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Top Ten Least Famous Events of the Twentieth Century
(submitted by grizzly)
Jimmy Pendergall, after 319 unsuccessful attempts, fails to log onto AOL again.
(The Lizard Queen)
The second to last song on the Titanic
The 3rd Annual Australian Idingorod Sled Race
The Great American Dryer Lint Exposition
The Great Famine of July 17th, 1926 from 4:00 pm to 4:06 pm
1954: Arnold Palmer wins 20 consecutive miniature golf games with his family.
19 July 1969: Astronauts in Apollo 11 quarrel about who gets to have the window seat during the moon landing.
1965: Bob Cooper of MIT invents the first TV remote: a 7' pole, which he promptly loses
The 1993 Dental Floss Re-Waxing Championships (the year it went to Sudden Death)
July 19, 1934: The record high daily continental drift measurement of all time
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