Hump Day’s Sexy Lady: October 5th, 2011

It’s Wednesday, October 5th, and that makes it International World Teachers’ Day! Started back in 1994, it’s a day to celebrate the profession and promote international standards of education. Hmmm. People, we need to talk, but we’ll do that another time because it’s HUMP DAY and sexy lady humps await.

Today’s Big Dick 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 America’s longest-running comic strips — and one of its best-known detectives — is 80 years old this week.

Dick Tracy first appeared in 1931 and soon attracted a huge following. Tracy was a dedicated, smart detective, who used the latest technology to help defeat a galaxy of bizarre criminals, such as Prune Face, Flat Top, and Pear Shape.

The comic strip was the idea of Chester Gould and was the first to deal in graphic violence, usually part of a rough morality in which crime did not pay. When Dick Tracy first appeared, there were just over 1,900 daily newspapers with a circulation of about 39 million.

Today, there are some 1,400 papers, read by nearly 49 million people every day.

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

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