Man Meat Mondays: November 7th, 2011

It’s Monday, November 7th, and on this day in 2000 the DEA discovered America’s biggest LSD lab inside an old missile silo. Trippy. Oh well, it’s 2011 and nobody does drugs anymore except tasty man meat and I betcha someone would just love this missile silo.

Get it? Sexy dude? Man meat? Missile? Forget it. I’m not right in the head.

Today’s Timely Factoids

Across the nation, you can be sure some people got up early this morning, forgetting that daylight saving time ended yesterday. It will return next year on the second Sunday in March.

November also marks two landmarks in the history of keeping time. In 1883, all railroads in the U.S. began operating on a unified system of time zones, replacing a chaotic welter of different timetables. A year later, an international conference in Washington, D.C. adjourned after establishing the system of times zones around the world in use today.

Keeping time also lends itself to a fashion statement. Watches are a key item in the inventory of the nation’s more than 71,000 jewelry stores, which sell $31 billion worth of jewelry and related items each year.

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

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