Sunday Summary – November 9th, 2014

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So what did you miss this week?

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Monday, November 3rd, we met John Willis Menard, the first black Congressman, we declared the winner of the ScreamPunk Costume Contest, and added Airship Hindentanic & The Southern Illinois Steampunk Society.

 

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Tuesday,November 4th, was a knock out with Sir James Young Simpson discovering chloroform, we released details of the Steampunk Symposium Writers’ Program, and looked at the elements.

 

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Wednesday, November 5th, was a day of rebels with Susan B. Anthony being arrested for voting 48 years too early, we invited you to enter the Beard and Moustache Contest, and broadcasted Episode 33 of The Uncommon Geek podcast.

 

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Thursday, November 6thJefferson Davis was elected President of the Confederacy States of America, and we gave you our recommendations for fun things to do this weekend.

 

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Friday, November 7th, marked the elephant becoming the emblem of the Republican Party, and we had an interview with the awesome artist Doktor A.

 

 

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Saturday, November 8th, the invention of the X-Ray Machine made things a lot clearer, and we featured our first entry into the Beard & Moustache Contest.

 

 

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Sunday, November 9th,  Jack the Ripper claimed the life of Mary Jane Kelly, his fifth and final victim, and then there was the Sunday Summary . . .

 

 

 

This coming week we shall see more entries for the Beard & Moustache Contest, an interview with the producers of 1873: The Insidious Intrigue, some early details of the International Steampunk Symposium around the world schedule, and more . . .

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