Posts Tagged: mao tse-tung

Jan 11

Today in Hystery January 9th

“On this day in 1975, 600 employees of the Royal Canadian Mint went on strike. They wanted to make more money. The Mint negotiated saying they wanted the employees to make more money. It was tense until the Mint finally agreed that the employees would make more money. In return the employees agreed to make more money.”

Jan 11

Today in Hystery January 5th

“On this day in in 1930, Mao Tse-tung wrote his famous book entitled “A Single Spark Can Start a Prairie Fire”. This was followed up by his next literary smash entitled “Always Look Both Ways Before Crossing the Street” and to finish the trilogy, Mao wrote his final volume called “Never Take a Wooden Nickel.”