ON THIS DAY
His enemies immediately began assembling a group of trained specialists called, "The Dart Throwers."
In response, our enemies created the Blow Dart Battalion.
Of course, our enemies begin to assemble a counter -- the needle navy.
No one wanted to join, since their future seemed so up in the air!
There were some early challenges. Like the time one of the pilots twisted one of the balloons into a Giraffe.
At first, critics thought it was just a bunch of hot air, but it was actually gas.
These days, that's the payment. (or just get you the tires)
Ironically, that's actually the cost of a tea at Starbucks.
He never did explain what happened to models A through S.
Now that'll just get you the tires.
On this date in 1961, Roger Maris broke Babe Ruth's record by hitting his 61st home run that season. That was back in the pre-steroid days, when home run hitters just drank booze.
In 1962, Johnny Carson took over the "Tonight Show." Up until that time, Ed McMahon was known for the question, "Where's Johnny?"
On this date in 1971, Walt Disney World opened for the first time in Florida. Until that time, Super Bowl winners only had one place to go.