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This Day In History
Sep 24 1984
A world record is set, for the longest kiss. (17 days, 10.5 hours) Pucker Up!

Sep 24 1960
First atomic aircraft carrier, the 'Enterprise', is launched.

Sep 24 1954
'The Tonight Show' premieres.

Sep 24 1895
First round-the-world trip by a woman on a bicycle -- (took 15 months.)

Sep 24 1869
Black Friday: crashing gold prices causes stock market panic.

Sep 24 1853
First round-the-world trip by yacht (Cornelius Vanderbilt.)

Sep 24 1852
A new invention, the dirigible, (a blimp) is demonstrated.

Sep 24 1845
First baseball team is organized.

Birthdays
Sep 24 1936
Jim Hensen, who made Kermit & Miss Piggy what they are today.

Sep 24 1870
Georges Claude, inventor of the neon light.