May 25th
On this day in…

585 BC: The first known prediction of a solar eclipse was made in Greece. When it didn’t happen, the date was moved to October 21.

1803: It was a dark and stormy night… when English novelist Edward George Bulwer-Lytton was born. The scalpel was mightier than the umbilical cord.

1895: Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde was sentenced to two years hard labor for being a sodomite. The bottomline is… it was that day’s top story.

1927: Robert Ludlum was bourne.

2001: American Erik Weihenmayer, 32, became the first blind climber to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The view from the top didn’t impress him.

Thanks to Any-Day-History, History On This Day, and Wikipedia.

Author: professionalheckler

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9 thoughts on “”

    1. Ayyyy!

      Na-first honorable mention na naman pala ako?

      AH, you’re putting me on the spot again.
      Makes me blush… promise! Ahihihihihi!

      Anyway, for your FYI, I’m unique coz I’m neither the topstory nor the bottomline.

      Tagilid-genic kasi ang lola mo etchos! Ahahahahaha!

      Juicemio! Prim and proper pa ako nyan, huh?


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