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Derby minhoto terminou empatado Fevereiro 29, 2008

Filed under: Braga,football,Futebol,Liga Bwin,Vitória de Guimarães — looking4good @ 11:07 pm


Braga

0-0

V. Guimarães

Jogo tactico deu resultado nulo

O derby minhoto, o primeiro dos derbies desta jornada futebolística, abriu a Jornada 30 da Liga Bwin, no Estádio Axa em Braga, com ambas as equipas a terem ambições europeias.

Ao Braga a vitória era essencial face ao atraso que já tem na classificação face a esses objectivos, enquanto ao Vitória, porventura, o empate era um resultado mais aceitável.

O jogo foi bastante equilibrado e muito tactico com muita pressão na zona de meio-campo e com as equipas a privilegiarem a segurança defensiva. Deste modo o jogo foi interessante com o empenho dos jogadores mas com poucas oportunidades criadas.

O Vitória depois de uma excelente simulação da esquerda de Ghilas que libertando-se do adversário directo cruzou para a área, chegou a marcar de cabeça, mas o golo foi bem anulado por fora de jogo.

À maior tranquilidade, frieza e organização vimaranense, respondia o Braga, com mais nervo e vibração – que o diga João Pereira que viu o cartão amarelo por falta sobre um adversário e que se candidatou a outro por protestos. O Braga aos 41′ após um canto esteve perto de marcar num desvio em jeito d pontapé de bicicleta de Linz mas a bola foi desviada do caminho da baliza pelo corpo de Flávio Meireles. Já em cima do minuto 45 o buliçoso jogador ex-Benfica, João Pereira, foi empurrado ilegalmente dentro da área vimaranenese mas o penalty não foi concedido. No minuto seguinte voltou a pedir falta, imediatament antes de irem todos para o descanso.

Na segunda parte o Guimarães terá tido ligeira supremacia na posse de bola mas foi o Braga que dispôs da maior oportunidade. Um lançamento para a esquerda aproveitando um arranque de um jogador vindo de trás (face a vários que estavam em posição ilegal) permitiu depois o passe atrasado para o remate de primeira de Paulo Jorge forte mas por cima da barra. Uma outra jogada excelente pela esquerda de Matheus culminou com um cruzamento /remate rasteiro mas com corte da defensiva vimaranense.

O empate justifica-se mas como dissemos ficou a impressão de um penalty por assinalar no minuto 45′ que poderia ter aberto o marcador e quem sabe proporcionar uma segunda parte mais vibrante.

Estádio AXA, em Braga

Árbitro: Paulo Costa (AF Porto) Aux – João Santos,Vítor Carvalho

SP. BRAGA – Kieszek; João Pereira, Paulo Jorge, Rodriguez e Miguelito; Roberto Brum e Contreras; José Manuel (Matheus, 57 m), César Peixoto (Stélvio, 70 m) e Wender (Jailson, 78 m); Linz.

V. GUIMARÃES – Nilson; Andrezinho, Sereno, Geromel e Desmarets; Flávio Meireles e João Alves; Carlitos (Roberto, 70 m), Ghilas (Fajardo, 79 m) e Alan; Mrdakovic (Momha, 61 m).

Resultado final: 0-0

Cartão amarelo a Desmarets, João Pereira, Nilson, Paulo Jorge e Roberto Brum.

Anúncios
 

Derby minhoto terminou empatado

Filed under: Braga,football,Futebol,Liga Bwin,Vitória de Guimarães — looking4good @ 11:07 pm


Braga

0-0

V. Guimarães

Jogo tactico deu resultado nulo

O derby minhoto, o primeiro dos derbies desta jornada futebolística, abriu a Jornada 30 da Liga Bwin, no Estádio Axa em Braga, com ambas as equipas a terem ambições europeias.

Ao Braga a vitória era essencial face ao atraso que já tem na classificação face a esses objectivos, enquanto ao Vitória, porventura, o empate era um resultado mais aceitável.

O jogo foi bastante equilibrado e muito tactico com muita pressão na zona de meio-campo e com as equipas a privilegiarem a segurança defensiva. Deste modo o jogo foi interessante com o empenho dos jogadores mas com poucas oportunidades criadas.

O Vitória depois de uma excelente simulação da esquerda de Ghilas que libertando-se do adversário directo cruzou para a área, chegou a marcar de cabeça, mas o golo foi bem anulado por fora de jogo.

À maior tranquilidade, frieza e organização vimaranense, respondia o Braga, com mais nervo e vibração – que o diga João Pereira que viu o cartão amarelo por falta sobre um adversário e que se candidatou a outro por protestos. O Braga aos 41′ após um canto esteve perto de marcar num desvio em jeito d pontapé de bicicleta de Linz mas a bola foi desviada do caminho da baliza pelo corpo de Flávio Meireles. Já em cima do minuto 45 o buliçoso jogador ex-Benfica, João Pereira, foi empurrado ilegalmente dentro da área vimaranenese mas o penalty não foi concedido. No minuto seguinte voltou a pedir falta, imediatament antes de irem todos para o descanso.

Na segunda parte o Guimarães terá tido ligeira supremacia na posse de bola mas foi o Braga que dispôs da maior oportunidade. Um lançamento para a esquerda aproveitando um arranque de um jogador vindo de trás (face a vários que estavam em posição ilegal) permitiu depois o passe atrasado para o remate de primeira de Paulo Jorge forte mas por cima da barra. Uma outra jogada excelente pela esquerda de Matheus culminou com um cruzamento /remate rasteiro mas com corte da defensiva vimaranense.

O empate justifica-se mas como dissemos ficou a impressão de um penalty por assinalar no minuto 45′ que poderia ter aberto o marcador e quem sabe proporcionar uma segunda parte mais vibrante.

Estádio AXA, em Braga

Árbitro: Paulo Costa (AF Porto) Aux – João Santos,Vítor Carvalho

SP. BRAGA – Kieszek; João Pereira, Paulo Jorge, Rodriguez e Miguelito; Roberto Brum e Contreras; José Manuel (Matheus, 57 m), César Peixoto (Stélvio, 70 m) e Wender (Jailson, 78 m); Linz.

V. GUIMARÃES – Nilson; Andrezinho, Sereno, Geromel e Desmarets; Flávio Meireles e João Alves; Carlitos (Roberto, 70 m), Ghilas (Fajardo, 79 m) e Alan; Mrdakovic (Momha, 61 m).

Resultado final: 0-0

Cartão amarelo a Desmarets, João Pereira, Nilson, Paulo Jorge e Roberto Brum.

 

Derby minhoto terminou empatado

Filed under: Braga,football,Futebol,Liga Bwin,Vitória de Guimarães — looking4good @ 11:07 pm


Braga

0-0

V. Guimarães

Jogo tactico deu resultado nulo

O derby minhoto, o primeiro dos derbies desta jornada futebolística, abriu a Jornada 30 da Liga Bwin, no Estádio Axa em Braga, com ambas as equipas a terem ambições europeias.

Ao Braga a vitória era essencial face ao atraso que já tem na classificação face a esses objectivos, enquanto ao Vitória, porventura, o empate era um resultado mais aceitável.

O jogo foi bastante equilibrado e muito tactico com muita pressão na zona de meio-campo e com as equipas a privilegiarem a segurança defensiva. Deste modo o jogo foi interessante com o empenho dos jogadores mas com poucas oportunidades criadas.

O Vitória depois de uma excelente simulação da esquerda de Ghilas que libertando-se do adversário directo cruzou para a área, chegou a marcar de cabeça, mas o golo foi bem anulado por fora de jogo.

À maior tranquilidade, frieza e organização vimaranense, respondia o Braga, com mais nervo e vibração – que o diga João Pereira que viu o cartão amarelo por falta sobre um adversário e que se candidatou a outro por protestos. O Braga aos 41′ após um canto esteve perto de marcar num desvio em jeito d pontapé de bicicleta de Linz mas a bola foi desviada do caminho da baliza pelo corpo de Flávio Meireles. Já em cima do minuto 45 o buliçoso jogador ex-Benfica, João Pereira, foi empurrado ilegalmente dentro da área vimaranenese mas o penalty não foi concedido. No minuto seguinte voltou a pedir falta, imediatament antes de irem todos para o descanso.

Na segunda parte o Guimarães terá tido ligeira supremacia na posse de bola mas foi o Braga que dispôs da maior oportunidade. Um lançamento para a esquerda aproveitando um arranque de um jogador vindo de trás (face a vários que estavam em posição ilegal) permitiu depois o passe atrasado para o remate de primeira de Paulo Jorge forte mas por cima da barra. Uma outra jogada excelente pela esquerda de Matheus culminou com um cruzamento /remate rasteiro mas com corte da defensiva vimaranense.

O empate justifica-se mas como dissemos ficou a impressão de um penalty por assinalar no minuto 45′ que poderia ter aberto o marcador e quem sabe proporcionar uma segunda parte mais vibrante.

Estádio AXA, em Braga

Árbitro: Paulo Costa (AF Porto) Aux – João Santos,Vítor Carvalho

SP. BRAGA – Kieszek; João Pereira, Paulo Jorge, Rodriguez e Miguelito; Roberto Brum e Contreras; José Manuel (Matheus, 57 m), César Peixoto (Stélvio, 70 m) e Wender (Jailson, 78 m); Linz.

V. GUIMARÃES – Nilson; Andrezinho, Sereno, Geromel e Desmarets; Flávio Meireles e João Alves; Carlitos (Roberto, 70 m), Ghilas (Fajardo, 79 m) e Alan; Mrdakovic (Momha, 61 m).

Resultado final: 0-0

Cartão amarelo a Desmarets, João Pereira, Nilson, Paulo Jorge e Roberto Brum.

 

If you came – Ruth Pitter

Filed under: poetry,Ruth Pitter — looking4good @ 7:30 pm

If you came to my secret glade,
Weary with heat,
I would set you down in the shade
I would wash your feet.

If you came in the winter sad,
Wanting for bread,
I would give you the last that I had,
I would give you my bed.

But the place is hidden apart
Like a nest by a brook,
And I will not show you my heart
By a word, by a look.

The place is hidden apart
Like the nest of a bird:
And I will not show you my heart
By a look, by a word.

Emma Thomas Ruth Pitter (b. on 7 November 1897 in Ilford, E Greater London, UK. – d. 29 February 1992)

 

INDIAN MUSLIMS PROTESTS AGAINST THE HUMANRIGHTS VIOLATION OF INDIAN POLICE

Filed under: Rights — looking4good @ 5:16 pm
PRESS RELEASE

Violation against MNP activists in kadayanallur
Action to be initiated against Inspector and DSP
MNP President told in press meet

TAMIL MUSLIMS PROTEST AGAINST THE HUMANRIGHTS VIOLATION OF TAMILNADU POLICE IN INDIA

Manitha Neethi Pasarai State President M.Mohamed Ali Jinnah conducted a press meet today in Thirunelveli to insist the Govt. to dismiss the Kadayanallur Police Inspector P.K.Ravi and Puliyangudi D.S.P.Ashok Kumar.

He told the reporters that In 2006, Rathnasabapathy, ACP, Intelligence Service, Coimbatore City filed a false case relating to the recovery of explosives, against five Muslims youths and Manitha Neethi Pasarai. Then the case was transferred to CBCID –SIT by Tamilnadu Govt for further investigation.

SIT had submitted the final report that the case filed by Rathnasabapathy is false one and it is quoted in the report that Rathnasabapathy himself is the kingpin of the bomb conspiracy against Muslims and MNP. Regarding the false case, Manitha Neethi Pasarai State President has conducted a press meet at Coimbatore yesterday, insisting that government to dismiss the police officers who made bombs and fabricated the documents in the above said case.

In furtherance, MNP decided to launch a poster campaign throughout Tamil Nadu against the chief conspirator of the false case, ACP, Rathnasabapathy and assisting officers.

The posters were also sticked in kadayanallur town, near Tenkasi, Nellai district by the members of our organization, Luqman and Abdul kader Imam yesterday morning by 6.30 AM. While they are sticking posters in kadayanallur main road the Inspector of police by name P.K Ravi attached with kadayanallur PS, came to the spot and restrained them illegally and seized the posters and asked them, “You Muslim dogs, how dare you sticking posters against the police in my jurisdiction”.

Luqman and Abdul kader Imam replied him, “How is it wrong in a democratic country to express our views this manner”. On hearing this answer Inspector got angry and scolded them in third degree language and threatened them, “you will face dire consequences, I will not leave you, I will not allow you to live, if you continue these type of activities against police” and dragged them to kadayanallur PS.

About 9 AM, DSP Ashok kumar came to the PS and scolded them without any enquiry and assaulted them indiscriminately. While the District Secretary of MNP, Mahaboob Ansari asked the DSP, “why are you beating them illegally”, he turned against Ansari and tried to beat him even after he told him that he was an Islamic Cleric (Imam) and District Secretary of MNP and he is violating the principles of legal ethics and the Constitution.

To condemn the action of the Inspector and the DSP, MNP staged a protest in kadayanallur by 4.30 PM today. To restrain the protest the DSP and Inspector ordered a stampede and assaulted the Muslims and MNP activists indiscriminately. 10 Muslims were heavily injured and admitted in causality. 100 were arrested. Situation is very serious.

Above said action of the inspector and DSP is unconstitutional, illegal, inhuman and anti-democratic. The state should intervene into the illegalities and take action against them and save the democratic rights and lives of Muslim Minorities.

MNP condemns the stampede and false cases foisted against MNP activist. The Lock-up atrocities carried out by the DSP and Inspector is highly illegal and unconstitutional.

MNP Demands:

1. After immediate transfer and the departmental inquiry should be conducted against the inhuman Inspector P.K.Ravi and DSP Ashok Kumar and dismiss them from the service.

2. The State should withdraw the false cases, which were falsely implicated against MNP activist while sticking the posters and hospitalized in the stampede injuries.

3. A.C.P.Rathnasabapathy Intellegence Service, Coimbatore city who is the kingpin and chief conspirator of the false explosive recovery case in Coimbatore in July, 2006, should be terminated from service and must be put behind the bars.

4. MNP is the people’s movement, which has strong membership and will be withstand against any conspiracy, conspirated by A.C.P Rathnasabapathy, DSP Ashok Kumar, Inspector Ravi or by any others, in any kind.

Protest through out Tamilnadu :

MNP staged the protest through out Tamilnadu against the atrocities of DSP and Inspector and insisting the State Govt. to dismiss them immediately. Thousands of people participated in the protest conducted today in Chennai, Vilupuram, Nagapatinam, Tanjore, Theni, Dindigul, Coimbatore, Madurai, Ramanathapuram, Nagerkoil.

By
M. Mohammed Ali Jinnah
State President, MNP

 

Curiosidades Matemáticas (IV)

Filed under: curiosidades matemáticas — looking4good @ 2:24 am
Em A Minha Matilde & Ca. vi (e copiei) a seguinte interessante curiosidade matemática:

Pega uma calculadora, porque não dá para “fazer de cabeça”:
1- Digita os 3 primeiros algarismos do teu n.º de telemóvel, não considerando o indicativo (isto é sem o 91, 93 ou 96);
2- Multiplica por 80;
3- Soma 1;
4- Multiplica por 250;
5- Soma com os 4 últimos algarismos do mesmo n.º de telefone;
6- Soma com os 4 últimos algarismos do mesmo n.º de telefone de novo;
7- Subtrai 250;
8- Divide por 2.

E chega-se a que resultado? Pois muito bem ao teu número de telemóvel! Parece estranho?

Pode parecer mas afinal nada que não possa ser explicado. Vejamos:
1-Seja x o número composto pelos 3 primeiros algarismos.
2-Multiplicando por 80 tem-se 80 x
3- somando 1 fica-se com 80 x + 1
4. Multiplicando por 250 fica-se com 250 * (80 x+1)=20000 x + 250
5. Somar os 4 últimos algarismos: pois seja y esses 4 ultimos algarismos. Ficamos a ter
20000 x + 250 + y
6. Voltando a somar os quatro últimos algarismos passamos a ter 20000 x + 250 + 2y
7. Subtraindo 250 fica-se com 20000 x +250+ 2y- 250 = 20000 x + 2 y
8. Dividindo por dois vem 10000 x + y
E pronto não há surpresa nenhuma os três primeiros algarismos (x), multiplicados que ficam por 10000 aparecem nas três primeiras posições e os 4 ultimos algarismos (representados por y) ocupam as restantes 4 posições. Afinal a matemática até parece que produz milagres.

As operações que são mandadas fazer não são mais que manobras de diversão e tudo fica como se mandasse escrever pura e simplesmente o teu numero de telemovel. Mas interessante é!

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On this day in History – Feb. 29

Filed under: efemerides,This Day in History — looking4good @ 12:28 am

1468 – Pope Paul III was born (d. 1549)
1504 – Christopher Columbus uses his knowledge of a lunar eclipse that night to convince Native Americans to provide him with supplies.
1528 – Patrick Hamilton dies martyred (b. 1504). Scottish religious reformer.
1592 – Alessandro Striggio dies (b. 1540). Italian composer.
1604 – John Whitgift dies (b. 1530). Archbishop of Canterbury.
1692 – John Byrom was born (d. 1763). English poet.
1704 – Queen Anne’s War: French forces and Native Americans stage a raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts, killing 100 men, women, and children.
1712 – February 29 is followed by February 30 in Sweden, in a move to abolish the Swedish calendar for a return to the Old style.
1720 – Queen Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden abdicates in favour of her husband, who becomes King Frederick I.
1724 – Eva Marie Veigel was born (d. 1822). Ballet dancer and wife of actor David Garrick.
1736 – Ann Lee was born (d. 1784). American founder of Shakers.
1740 – Pietro Ottoboni dies (b. 1667). Italian cardinal.
1744 – John Theophilus Desaguliers dies (b. 1683). French philosopher.
1820 – Johann Joachim Eschenburg dies (b. 1743). German literary critic.
1836 – Pietro Blaserna was born († 1918). Italian mathematician and physicist.
1864 – American Civil War: Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid fails – Plans to free 15,000 Union soldiers being held near Richmond, Virginia are thwarted.
1868 – Ludwig I of Bavaria dies (b. 1786)
1875 – Giuseppe Vitali dies (b. 1875). Italian mathematician.
1892 – St. Petersburg, Florida incorporated.
1896 – Morarji Desai was born (d. 1995). Prime Minister of India.
1896 – William A. Wellman was born (d. 1975). American film director.
1904 – Jimmy Dorsey was born (d. 1957). American bandleader.
1904 – Pepper Martin was born (d. 1965). Baseball player.
1904 – Rukmini Devi Arundale was born (d. 1986). Indian dancer and founder of Kalakshetra.
1908 – Balthus was born (d. 2001). French-Polish painter.
1908 – Dee Brown was born (d. 2002). American writer.
1908 – Alf Gover was born (d. 2001). English cricketer.
1916 – Child labor: In South Carolina, the minimum working age for factory, mill, and mine workers is raised from twelve to fourteen years old.
1916 – Dinah Shore was born (d. 1994). American singer.
1920 – Arthur Franz was born (d. 2006). American actor.
1920 – James Mitchell was born. American actor.
1920 – Michèle Morgan was born. French actress.
1920 – Howard Nemerov was born (d. 1991). American poet.
1924 – Al Rosen was born. American baseball player.
1924 – David Beattie was born. New Zealand Governour General
1924 – Carlos Humberto Romero was born. President of El Salvador
1928 – Joss Ackland was born. English actor
1928 – Tempest Storm was born. American burlesque performer
1928 – Ina Coolbrith dies (b. 1841). First poet laureate of California.
1932 – TIME magazine features eccentric American politician William “Alfalfa” Murray on its cover after Murray stated his intention to run for President of the United States.
1932 – Jaguar was born. Brazilian cartoonist.
1932 – Gene Golub was born (d. 2007). American mathematician.
1932 – Masten Gregory was born (d. 1985). American F1 Driver.
1936 – Baby Snooks, played by Fanny Brice, debuts on the radio program The Ziegfeld Follies of the Air.
1936 – Jack Lousma was born. Astronaut.
1936 – Henri Richard was born. Canadian hockey player.
1936 – Alex Rocco was born. American actor.
1940 – For her role as Mammy in Gone with the Wind, Hattie McDaniel becomes the first African American to win an Academy Award. The movie Gone with the wind won eight Oscars
1940 – Finland initiates Winter War peace negotiations.
1940 – In a ceremony held in Berkeley, California, because of the war, physicist Ernest Lawrence receives his 1939 Nobel Prize in Physics from the Sweden‘s Consul General in San Francisco.
1940 – Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople was born.
1940 – William H. Turner, Jr. was born. American horse trainer.
1940 – Edward Frederic Benson dies (b. 1867). English writer.
1944 – World War II: The Admiralty Islands are invaded in the American General Douglas MacArthur-led Operation Brewer.
1944 – Phyllis Frelich was born. American actress
1944 – Dennis Farina was born. American actor
1944 – Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born. Italian illustrator
1944 – Ene Ergma was born. Estonian politician
1944 – Pehr Evind Svinhufvud dies (b. 1861). President of Finland.
1948 – Jirō Akagawa was born. Japanese novelist
1952 – The island of Heligoland is restored to German authority.
1952 – Sharon Dahlonega Raiford Bush was born. American television personality
1952 – Tim Powers was born. American writer
1952 – Raisa Smetanina was born. Russian cross-country skier.
1952 – Bart Stupak was born. American politician.
1956 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower announces to the nation that he is running for a second term.
1956 – Jonathan Coleman was born. Anglo-Australian entertainer.
1956 – Bob Speller was born. Canadian politician.
1956 – Aileen Wuornos was born (d. 2002). American serial killer.
1956 – J. Randy Taraborrelli was born. American celebritiy journalist.
1956 – Elpidio Quirino dies (b. 1890). President of the Philippines
1960 – An earthquake in Morocco kills over 3,000 people and nearly destroys Agadir in the southern part of the country.
1960 – Ian McKenzie Anderson was born. British musician.
1960 – Khaled was born. Algerian raï musician.
1960 – Richard Ramirez was born. American serial killer.
1960 – Tony Robbins was born. American motivational speaker.
1964 – In Sydney, Australian swimmer Dawn Fraser sets a new world record in the 100-meter freestyle swimming competition (58.9 seconds).
1964 – Lyndon Byers was born. Canadian hockey player and Boston radio personality.
1964 – Jahred Shane was born. Afro-Brazilian rapper/singer of (həd) p.e.
1964 – Frank Albertson dies (b. 1909). American actor.
1968 – Chucky Brown was born. American basketball player.
1968 – Pete Fenson was born. American curler.
1968 – Naoko Iijima was born. Japanese actress.
1968 – Gonzalo Lira was born. Chilean-American novelist.
1968 – Bryce Paup was born. American football player.
1968 – Wendi Peters was born. British actress.
1968 – Tore Ørjasæter dies (b. 1886). Norwegian poet.
1972 – Vietnam War: VietnamizationSouth Korea withdraws 11,000 of its 48,000 troops from Vietnam.
1972 – Hank Aaron becomes the first player in the history of Major League Baseball to sign a $200,000 contract.
1972 – Antonio Sabàto, Jr. was born. Italian-born actor.
1972 – Dave Williams was born (d. 2002). American singer (Drowning Pool).
1972 – Saul Williams was born. American rapper, poet, and actor.
1972 – Pedro Zamora was born (d. 1994). Cuban-born American AIDS activist.
1976 – Ja Rule was born. American rapper and actor.
1976 – Emma Barton was born. British actress.
1980 – Simon Gagné was born. Canadian ice hockey player.
1980 – Taylor Twellman was born. American soccer player.
1980 – Clinton Toopi was born. Rugby league player.
1980 – Chris Conley was born. American musician.
1984 – Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau announces he will retire as soon as the Liberals can elect another leader.
1984 – Cam Ward was born. Canadian ice hockey player.
1984 – Darren Ambrose was born. English footballer.
1984 – Adam Sinclair was born. Indian hockey player.
1988 – South African archbishop Desmond Tutu is arrested along with 100 clergymen during a five-day anti-apartheid demonstration in Cape Town.
1988 – Portugal : First radio emission of TSF.
1988 – Scott Golbourne was born. English footballer.
1992 – Ruth Pitter dies (b. 1897). English poet.
1996 – Novelist Joan Collins awarded US $1 million from Random House for breach of contract.
1996 – A Peruvian Boeing 737 crashes in the Andes, killing 123 people.
2000 – Six year old Dedrick Owens shoots and kills Kayla Rolland, also six years old, at Theo J. Buell Elementary School in Mount Morris Township, Michigan.
2000 – Dennis Danell dies (b. 1961). American artist.
2004 – Jean-Bertrand Aristide resigns as President of Haiti following popular rebel uprising.
2004 – Jerome Lawrence dies (b. 1915). American playwright.
Bahá’í Faith – Day 4 of Ayyám-i-Há (Intercalary Days) (in leap years only) – days in the Bahá’í calendar devoted to service and gift giving.
Discordianism – St. Tib’s Day.