Wildcard Wednesday: “Humans! Listen to me! Due to an error in calculation, there are still a few of you left.”

On this day in history:

-Jesse James robbed his first train, 1873

-Ernest Hemingway born, 1899

-Don Knotts born, 1924

-Robin Williams born, 1952

-Hall of Famer Jimmy Foxx died, 1967

-The Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia A’s played a 24-inning game which ended in a 1-1 tie.

-Hank Aaron became the second player in Major League history to hit 700 home runs, 1973

-Felix Milan of the New York Mets hit four singles, all of which were erased by Joe Torre hitting into four double plays, 1975

-First documented case of a robot killing a human in the US, 1984  (?!?!?!?)

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One thought on “Wildcard Wednesday: “Humans! Listen to me! Due to an error in calculation, there are still a few of you left.”

  1. I hear the robot is a distant relative of the Tin Man; shame has been brought upon his house!

    Impressed with what happened yesterday. Good job digging *tips hat*

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