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       TODAY'S ALMANAC- Wednesday Jan 10, 2007
    "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 

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    *------------ Thought of the Day ---------------*
     William James said, "There is no worse lie than 
     a truth misunderstood by those who hear it."

Today is Thursday, Jan. 11, the 11th day of 2007 with 354 
to follow. The moon is waning. The morning stars are Mars, 
Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus, Mercury, 
Uranus and Neptune.

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Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn are:

American statesman Alexander Hamilton, first secretary of 
the U.S. Treasury, in 1757; 

Ezra Cornell, founder of Western Union Telegraph company 
and Cornell University, in 1807; 

John MacDonald, first prime minister of Canada, in 1815; 

psychologist and philosopher William James in 1842; 

feminist lawyer Alice Paul in 1885; 

South African novelist Alan Paton ("Cry the Beloved Country") 
in 1903; 

actor Rod Taylor in 1930 (age 77); 

Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien in 1934 (age 73); 

and singers Naomi Judd in 1946 (age 61) 

and Mary J. Blige in 1971 (age 36).


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On this date in history:

In 1785, the Continental Congress convened in New York City.
In 1861, Alabama seceded from the Union.
In 1935, U.S. aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman 
to fly across the Pacific from Hawaii to California.
In 1964, U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry released a report 
saying smoking cigarettes is a definite "health hazard."
In 1984, the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated a $10 million 
award to the family of Oklahoma nuclear worker Karen 
Silkwood, who died in 1974.
In 1990, martial law, imposed during the June 1989 
Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement, was lifted in 
In 1991, the U.S. Congress authorized the use of military 
force to oust Iraq from Kuwait.
In 1995, the U.S. State Department accused Russia of 
breaking an international agreement by making major troop 
movements into the rebel republic of Chechnya without 
providing notification.
Also in 1995, hockey team owners and players reached an 
agreement, salvaging the 1994-95 NHL season.
In 1996, the Japanese Diet elected Ryutaro Hashimoto, head 
of the Liberal Democratic Party, as the new premier.
In 2000, the British government declared Chile's Augusto 
Pinochet medically unfit to stand trial in Spain. The 
ruling cleared the way for the former dictator to avoid 
charges of crimes against humanity.
In 2001, the Federal Communications Commission approved 
the merger of American Online and Time Warner Inc., 
creating the world's largest media conglomerate.
Also in 2001, a yearlong investigation by the U.S. Army 
concluded that U.S. soldiers killed unarmed South Korean 
civilians in July 1950 during the Korean War.
In 2002, Ford announced it planned to lay off 35,000 
employees, drop four car models and close four plants.
Also in 2002, Taliban and al-Qaida fighters captured in 
Afghanistan were flown to the U.S. Naval base at 
Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.
And more from 2002, the father who killed another father 
after hockey practice in which their sons took part at a 
Reading, Mass., rink, was convicted of involuntary 
In 2003, a few days before leaving office, Illinois Gov. 
George Ryan spared the lives of 171 death row inmates.
In 2004, with help from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, 
Panama police arrested the suspected leader of one of 
Colombia's most powerful drug cartels.
In 2005, U.S. President George Bush nominated federal 
Judge Michael Chertoff to be the director of Homeland 
Also in 2005, NASA scientists studying the tsunami-
inducing Indonesia earthquake of Dec. 26 calculated it 
slightly changed Earth's shape and shifted the poles by 
about an inch.
In 2006, China confirmed a new outbreak of bird flu 
with the deaths of two more Chinese, bringing the 
number of avian influenza deaths there to five.
And India reported as many as 172 deaths have been 
blamed on a cold wave.

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