It’s Saturday, a big three-day weekend in the U.S. that culminates with the Fourth of July holiday on Monday. The weather is predicted to be lovely in Chicago, clear, no rain, and not too hot (about 75°F or 23°C). And now, as it’s the 183rd day of the year, we’re a tad more than halfway through 2016. On this day in 1937, Amelia Earhart’s last communication was received over the Pacific as she and her navigator Fred Noonan tried to fly around the world, and, in 1962, the first Wal-Mart opened in Arkansas.
Notables born on this day include Hermann Hesse (1877), Jerry Hall (1956, one of the few female Jerrys), and Lindsay Lohan (1986, she turns 30 today). Those who died on July 2 include Ernest Hemingway (1961, suicide), Vladimir Nabokov (1977), and Beverly Sills (2007). Meanwhile in Dobrzyn
Hili: I’m not an anteater.A: Why do you say that?Hili: Because the existence of anteaters astonishes me.
Hili: Nie jestem mrówkojadem.A; Dlaczego to mówisz?Hili: Bo zdumiewa mnie samo istnienie mrówkojadów.