Hump Day’s Sexy Lady: June 22nd, 2011

It’s Wednesday, June 22nd, and as the second official day of summer [KABLAM] hot chicks are on the beaches. I repeat, hot chicks are now on the beaches. Please proceed in an orderly fashion and keep your damn hands to yourself.

Today’s Old School Factoids

The obligatory daily factoids, also known as a cover story you can tell the wife if she catches this page open. Honest, sweety! I’m learning things, like …

One of the biggest advances in bolstering the morale of the nation’s armed forces has been the ability to send and receive electronic mail from such remote areas as Afghanistan. While today it’s e-mail, in World War II, it was V-mail.

The idea was to microfilm regular letters being sent to GI’s overseas, to save room for shipping war material. At their destination, they were blown back up to normal size. The first V-mail was sent on this day in 1942.

Today, even though Americans increasingly rely on e-mail, the postal service still delivers more than 177 billion cards, letters, catalogs and magazines each year. That works out to close to half a billion pieces of mail every day.

— Source: Chase’s Calendar of Events 2011 and the U.S. Census Bureau

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