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  1. On June 28, 2009, Stephen Hawking held a party open to all, complete with hors d'oeuvres and iced champagne, but only publicized the party after it was over so that only time-travellers would know to attend; as expected, nobody showed up to the party.

  2. Tomatoes were put "on trial" on June 28, 1820 in Salem, New Jersey. In front of a courthouse, Robert Johnson ate a horde of tomatoes in order to prove they weren't poisonous. The crowd waited for him to die. He didn't.

  3. On June 28, 2009 Stephen Hawking threw a party for time-travelers. He announced the party the day after it happened, and according to Hawking, no one came.

  4. Jason Mewes (of Jay and Silent Bob fame) has been clean of heroin since June 28, 2010, after being convinced to start a podcast with long time collaborator and friend, Kevin Smith. Called "Jay and Silent Bob Gets Old", Jason speaks about his history of substance abuse, among other topics.

  5. The Roman Colosseum had 28 lifts which hoisted animals 24 ft up, then cage lids and trap doors in the arena floor opened simultaneously, unleashing beasts to fight each other or men. A lift was remade last June, ridden by a wolf who received a biscuit when released into the Colosseum.

  6. Nurse shark is ovoviviparous species (eggs develop inside the female's body). Female gives birth to 21 to 28 babies (pups) after pregnancy of 6 months. Babies are usually born during the June and July. They are 12 inches long at birth and covered with light-colored spots. Female is ready to reproduce once again after a pause of 18 months.

  7. The average temperature at Mochima National Park ranges from 22 to 28 degrees Celsius. The warmer months are November to May and from June to October it is a little bit cooler and much more humid.

  8. On June 28, 1997, NY Yankees pitcher David Wells took the mound wearing an authentic 1934 Babe Ruth hat, which he had bought for $35,000. Manager Joe Torre made Wells take it off after the first inning because it didn't conform to uniform standards. It was later sold in 2012 for $537,278.

  9. President Lincoln replaced Hooker with general Meade as commander of the Army of the Potomac on June 28, 1863, just before Gettysburg.

  10. Henry was born on June 28, 1491 at the Palace of Placentia in Kent, England to Henry VII and Elizabeth of York.

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About legendary Molly Pitcher (Mary Ludwig Hays McCauly, 1754-1832), who took her wounded husband’s place in the gun crew at the Battle of Monmouth (June 28, 1778) and who received a soldier's pension from the State of Pennsylvania.

On June 28, 2009, Stephen Hawking held a party open to all, complete with hors d'oeuvres and iced champagne, but only publicized the party after it was over so that only time-travellers would know to attend; as expected, nobody showed up to the party.

Meade was promoted to commander of the Army of the Potomac on June 28, 1863, replacing Joseph Hooker.

A referendum on annexation by the United States was held in the Dominican Republic on 19 February 1870. The proposal was approved by 99.93% of voters. However, the United States Senate rejected the annexation on 30 June 1870 with a 28–28 vote.

The last shot of the civil war fired was in the Bering Sea, off the coast of Alaska on a Confederate ship, June 28, 1865

General Ferdinand Foch, the French Allied Commander of World War One, successfully predicted World War 2, down to the 20-year gap between wars. On 28 June 2019, he said “"This is not a peace. It is an armistice for twenty years". World War Two started 20 years and 65 days later.

In 2009 Stephen Hawking hosted a party for time travellers. The event was held at the University of Cambridge on June 28, 2009. No one showed up, of course, because Hawking didn't send out the invitations until 2013. That way, only people from the future could even know about the event.

Bond Girl, Cassandra Harris died from ovarian cancer, the same disease that had claimed her own mother's life. Her daughter Charlotte also died from ovarian cancer on 28 June 2013 aged 41.

William Cooper predicted a major attack to be blamed on Osama Bin Laden on his radio show on June 28, 2001.

October 22 and June 28 are biannually observed as International CAPS LOCK DAY.

As of June 28, 2015, only 2 YouTube videos had exceeded 1 billion views. As of today, 47 videos have hit the milestone, including 4 exceeding 2 billion.

When filming began in June 1977, John Travolta was 23, Olivia Newton-John was 28, Stockard Channing was 33, Jeff Conaway was 26, Barry Pearl was 27, Michael Tucci was 31, Kelly Ward was 20, Didi Conn was 25; Jamie Donnelly was 30, Eddie Deezen was 20, and Annette Charles was 29

On June 28 2001, William Cooper Predicted a "major attack"which would be blamed on Osama Bin Laden. 4 months later he was killed by police outside his home.

Montgomery Scott, the starship USS Enterprise's chief engineer, will be born in Linlithgow, Scotland on 28 June 2222. The town has a plaque and museum to celebrate the future event.

Montgomery Scott, the starship USS Enterprise's chief engineer, will be born in Linlithgow, Scotland on 28 June 2222. The town has a plaque and museum exhibit to celebrate the future event.

About Dr. Beaurieux, who observed the head of a condemned prisoner Henri Languille, on 28 June 1905

INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY IS CELEBRATED TODAY, JUNE 28.

March 20th is known as International Day of Happiness (Founded June 28, 2012). It was conceptualized and founded by UN special advisor Jayme Illien, who conceptualized the idea for a U.N. Resolution that would recognize the pursuit of happiness as a human right and a "fundamental human goal."

On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand's driver at the time, Leupold Lojka, accidentally took a wrong turn. This enabled Ferdinand's assassination by Gavrilo Princip - who incorrectly assumed the route the car was to take - and in turn started World War 1

Popular Design News of the Week: May 28, 2018 – June 3, 2018

Jason Mewes (of Jay and Silent Bob fame) has been clean of heroin since June 28, 2010 after Kevin Smith convinced him to start a podcast, "Jay and Silent Bob Get Old", as a weekly podcast, where Jason talks about his history of substance abuse.

On June 28, 2009 Stephen Hawking threw a party for time-travelers. He announced the party the day after it happened, and according to Hawking, no one came.

During the height of the Ukrainian Holodomor, June 1933, an estimated 28,000 people died each day