Summoned at 01:03am on Monday, November 24, 2014

histo:Lee Harvey Oswald killed by Jack Ruby, 1963
holid:Anniversary of the New Regime in Zaire
music:Scott Joplin born, 1868
events:Abel Jansen Tasman discovers Van Deiman's Land (known as Tasmania since 1853) (1642)
Clyde Coleman received the patent for the electric self-starter for the automobile (1903)
Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and mortally wounded Lee Harvey Oswald, accused assassin of President Kennedy (1963)
Hijacker Dan Cooper parachuted from a 727 over washington state with $200,000 in ransom and has not been heard from since (1971)
The River Thames freezes over (1434)
a fair is held on the Thames which had frozen over (1751)
patent granted to Joseph Glidden for barbed wire. (1874)
gdead:Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ, nationwide broadcast (1978)
lives:Baruch Spinoza, Dutch philosopher and theologian, is born (1632)
Erskine Childers, Irish nationalist writer, is executed by the Irish in Dublin (1922)
Father Junipero Serra, who had a mission in California (1713)
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, painter and graphic artist, is born in Albi, France (1864)
John Knox, Scottish religious and political reformer, dies (1572)
Lee Harvey Oswald killed by Jack Ruby (Dallas, 1963)
Marlin Fitzwater, White House spokesman (1942)
Scott Joplin, entertainer (1868)
William F. Buckley, columnist (1925)
Zachary Taylor, 12th President (1849-1850) (1784)
space:The first transit of Venus across the Sun observed by William Crabtree and Rev Horrocks (1639)
world:Anniversary of the New Regime (Zaire)

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