It is July 22, and a Friday, so we’re all one week closer to death. On a lighter note, it’s both Ratcatcher’s Day (a chance forLarry to redeem himself) and Pi Approximation Day, since it’s 22/7, which is 3.14285. . . . .close enough.
On this day in history, Wiley Post completed the first solo flight around the world (1933), and, a year later, John Dillinger was gunned down by The Law outside the Biograph Theater in Chicago. On July 22, 1942, the Nazis began removing Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, bound for liquidation, and, in 2011, Anders Breivik went on his Norwegian killing spree.
Notables born on this day include Emma Lazarus (1849), Edward Hopper (1882), Tom Robbins (1936), and Don Henley (1947). Those who died on this day include Carl Sandburg (1967) and Illinois Jacquet (2004). Meanwhile in Dobrzyn, Hili and Cyrus pose for a photo when suddenly nature calls to the d*g:
Hili: Cyrus, for God’s sake, this is a photo opportunity.Cyrus: They explained to us that during picture taking we are to behave naturally.
Hili: Cyrus, bój się boga, to jest sesja zdjęciowa!
Cyrus: Na zajęciach tłumaczyli nam, że podczas zdjęć mamy zachowywać się naturalnie.
Leon et famille are still scouring southern Poland for the right house; Leon is inspecting every nook and cranny.
Leon: Oh, I haven’t been there yet.