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Joke of the Day
A Pirate Walks Into a Bar

A pirate walks into a tavern. 
As he approaches the bar, the bartender notices that he has a Ships Wheel attached to the front of the pirates trousers. 
The pirate sidles up to the the bar and says, "Yarrr! Tankard of grog!" 
Amiably the bartender fills a mug with grog and puts it on the bar in front of the pirate. Unable to restrain himself, the bartender says, "Did you know that there's a Ships Wheel on the front of your pants?" 
The pirate pulls a long drink from the mug and responds, "Yarrr! And it's driving me nuts!"

Today in History
Presidential 1935 FDR signs Social Security Act

On this day in 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs into law the Social Security Act. Press photographers snapped pictures as FDR, flanked by ranking members of Congress, signed into law the historic act, which guaranteed an income for the unemployed and retirees. FDR commended Congress for what he considered to be a “patriotic” act.

Roosevelt had taken the helm of the country in 1932 in the midst of the Great Depression, the nation’s worst economic crisis. The Social Security Act (SSA) was in keeping with his other “New Deal” programs, including the establishment of the Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps, which attempted to hoist America out of the Great Depression by putting Americans back to work.

Although it was initially created to combat unemployment, Social Security now functions primarily as a safety net for retirees and the disabled, and provides death benefits to taxpayer dependents. The Social Security system has remained relatively unchanged since 1935.

Verse of the Week
We are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. —Ephesians 2:10

The Psalmist reminded us that we are fearfully and wonderfully made and God has something definite planned for us to do while we are here. We display his craftsmanship and skill when we intentionally live for him and not like the rest of the world.

Born on this Day
August 14th

1983 

  • Mila Kunis, American Actress

1973 

  • Nancy Sweetnam, born in Lindsay, Ontario, 400m swimmer, Olympics-7-92, 96

1961 

  • Susan Olson, born in Santa Monica, California, actress, Cindy-Brady Bunch

1952 

  • Debbie Meyer, born in Annapolis, Maryland, 200m/400m/800m swimmer, 3 Gold Medals 1968 Olympics

1952 

  • Mark C Lee, Viroqua WI, Major USAF/astronaut, STS-30, 47, 64, 82,sk: 98

1946 

  • Antonio Fargas, born in Bronx, New York, actor, Huggy Bear-Starsky and Hutch

1943 

  • Jon Andrew McBride, Charleston, West Virginia, Captain USN/astronaut, STS-41G

1941 

  • David Crosby, born in Los Angeles, California, rocker, Crosby, Stills and Nash-Southern Cross

1824 

  • William Terry, Brigadier General Confederate Army

1821 

  • Clement Hoffman "Rock" Stevens, Brigadier General Confederate Army

1814 

  • Henry Hayes Lockwood, Brigadier General Union volunteers