On Wednesday I was walking through a hotel lobby (picking up a friend for dinner), and a nearby TV had CNN on it (on mute). I was interested to see that it had some kind of "today we remember" or whatever logo on it, and people were clearly talking about a day of remembrance or day of mourning or whatever, but it was hard to see what it was about.
My first thought was "CNN is talking about the Transgender Day of Remembrance?" That day was the day we think of the people who lost their lives, either to suicide or hate crimes, for being trans. http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2013/11/20/today-is-the-transgender-day-of-remembrance
So I was surprised when they showed pictures of JFK on the screen.
They I remembered my history and realized the year JFK died in, and it made a bit more sense.
-Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars
"Who cares what evil lurks in the hearts of men!"
"Unless evil's carrying the Martini tray, darling."
-Frank and Sadie Doyle