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This Day In History
Oct 25 1959
Twilight Zone premiers (do do do do, do do do do...).

Oct 25 1939
Nylon stockings go on sale in the U.S. for the first time.

Oct 25 1854
The Light Brigade charges (Battle of Balaklava.)

Oct 25 1825
Erie Canal opens for business in New York.

Oct 25 1415
Battle of Agincourt, where the Welsh longbow defeats the Armored Knight.

Oct 25 1912
Minnie Pearl, Bet I can tell how much she paid for the hat!

Oct 25 1881
Pablo Picasso, doodler.