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Friday the 13th!

Today is Friday the 13th! Some say it is the unluckiest day of the year.....maybe....maybe not. But a brief search on the Internet showed these interesting Friday the 13th facts (facts can be taken with a grain of salt......these are Internet searches....don't go to the bank with them.) witch's slipper christmas ornament inge-glas of germanyMay 13, 1648 Margaret Jones of Plymouth was found guilty of witchcraft and sentenced to hang. Bavarian Pretzel Christmas Ornament Inge-Glas of GermanyMay 13, 1779 The War of Bavarian Succession Ended Pinata Christmas Ornament Merck Family Old World ChristmasMay 13, 1846 United States declares war on Mexico after fighting has already begun. Leaning Tower of Pisa Christmas Ornament Merck Family Old World Christmas May 13, 1944 Allied forces in Italy break through break through the German Gustav line into the Liri Valley. Eight Ball Christmas ornament Old World ChristmasMay 13, 1854 The first big American billiards match was held at Malcolm Hall, Syracuse, NY Cable Car Christmas Ornament Old World ChristmasMay 13, 1880 Thomas Edison tested his experimental electric railway in Menlo Park. Boys of Summer Baseball Christmas ornament from Inge-Glas of GermanyMay 13, 1911 The New York Giants set a major league baseball record when ten runners crossed home plate before the first out of the game against St. Louis. Virgin Mary Christmas ornament Merck Family's Old World ChristmasMay 13, 1917 Three peasant children near Fatima, Portugal, reported seeing a vision of the Virgin Mary. US Postal Service Mail Box Christmas Ornament Merck Family's Old World ChristmasMay 13, 1918 The first airmail postage stamps were issued with airplanes on them. The denominations were 6, 16 and 24 cents. Hang Tag on the ornament reads: Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds," is engraved on the U.S. Postal Service building in New York. Americans send over 2.1 billion Christmas cards each year as a way of expressing how much they care for their family and friends. Yellow tennis ball Christmas ornament Merck Family Old World Christmas.May 13, 1975 Hail stones the size of tennis balls hit Wenerville, TN So, Friday the 13th is not always associated with bad luck))) In fact, today could be your lucky day! If you're reading this post, and are in need of Christmas early.....right now we have a free shipping coupon for orders of $50 or more. It covers glass ornaments from Old World Christmas, Radko, Inge-Glas of Germany, Santa Klaus and Varsovia. It's good for the 48 Continental states (excludes Alaska, Hawaii, APO and International addresses). Just enter the code "free" in the discount coupon space on your checkout page. If you have any difficulties with the code, just drop us an email. The code is good through May 31, 2011.
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