It’s Monday already, and the hot weather is continuing: today’s high in Chicago is predicted to be 92º F (33º C), making it hard to exercise outdoors. I feel fat. It is June 27, Helen Keller Day in the U.S. and Mixed Race Day in Brazil. On this day in 1844, Joseph Smith, the founder or Mormonism, was killed by a mob in Carthage, Illinois and, in 2007, Tony Blair resigned as PM after ten years of holding the position.
Notables born on this day include Emma Goldman and Hans Spemann (both 1869), Helen Keller (1880; see above), Ross Perot (1930), Isabelle Adjani (1955), anybody reading this?, and Ted Haggard (1956). Those who died on this day include Hermann Buhl (1957), A. J. Ayer (1989), and Jack Lemmon (2001). Meanwhile in Dobrzyn, Cyrus is not the sharpest knife the the drawer:
Hili: What do you see out there?Cyrus: Nothing special but it’s interesting anyhow.
Hili: Co tam widzisz?
Cyrus: Nic specjalnego, ale to też ciekawe.