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Greg Casaretto

Male. Lives in Galveston, Texas, United States. Born on January 13.
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July 25 Today is National Wine and Cheese Day! I’ve always enjoyed a good wine. Of the California wines, Paul Masson (now called Mountain Winery) produced an excellent Cold Duck, which was my favo... View More
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Juneteenth! With it now a national holiday - Happy Juneteenth!!! I was sitting here thinking about the past celebrations I attended at Emancipation Park in Houston, Texas. Yeah, it was primarily for... View More
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Today in Texas History June 15, 1836 – General Vincente Filisola, leading the defeated and demoralized vast majority of the Mexican army, crosses the Rio Grande back into Mexico and arrives later tha... View More
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Today in Texas History June 13, 1836 – The remnants of the Mexican army that had been camped at San Patricio are still headed southwest toward Laredo-Nueva Laredo, while General Vincente Filisola an... View More
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June 06, 1944 Honoring those who fought on D-Day 77 years ago. The Greatest Generation.
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Some statistics from The History Channel: The Normandy Invasion consisted of 5,333 Allied ships and landing craft embarking nearly 175,000 men. The British and Canadians put 75,215 troops ashore, and the Americans 57,500, for a total of 132,715, of whom about 3,400 were killed or missing, in contra... View More
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Today in Texas History June 05 - 12, 1836 - Mexican army camps at Rancho Chiltipiquin, where many had fought in the Battle of San Patricio on Feb 27, 1836. Extreme heat from the summer season, mosqui... View More
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Today in Texas History June 04, 1836 - Remnants of the Mexican army in reserve at the Alamo finally and formally surrenders to Juan Seguin, the Texan military chief of San Antonio de Béxar. ... View More
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This Long Holiday Weekend Please, as you get out and around this weekend, put SAFETY FIRST! ... View More
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Today in Texas History May 28, 1836 - After a thorough whipping at San Jacinto, lead elements of the Mexican army arrive in San Patricio heading towards Mexico.
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May 28 Today is National Road Trip Day! In addition, it is:... View More
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Today is National Cellophane Tape Day AND National Grape Popsicle Day!
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May 26 Today is National Paper Airplane Day! And:... View More
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May 25 Today is National Wine Day! And after all this, it is welcomed!... View More
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May 24 Today is National Scavenger Hunt Day. It is also:... View More
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Today is National Lucky Penny Day AND National Taffy Day!
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May 22 Today is National Solitaire Day AND World Paloma Day! World Paloma Day recognizes the national drink of Mexico. This refreshing cocktail made with tequila and grapefruit soda is definitely wo... View More
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Today is National American Red Cross Founder’s Day It is also: National Waitstaff Day... View More
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May 20, 1506 Christopher Columbus dies in Spain, still believing that his journeys to the Americas were to the east coast of Asia.
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May 20 Today is National Rescue Dog Day! In addition:... View More
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