Today apparently is Go For A Ride Day. The day is supposed to encourages you to get out into the world – hop on your bike, into your car, or simply get your walking boots out of storage and go on a trip. Don’t worry too much about where you’re going, just enjoy the journey.
We're going for one right now.
November 22, 1940 -
The Letter, starring Bette Davis (at her best) premiered in NYC on this date.
Previously filmed as an early talkie in 1929 starring Jeanne Eagels, The Letter. Herbert Marshall, who plays the husband in this film, portrayed the lover in that version.
November 22, 1968 -
The Beatles released their long-awaited double album, simply called The Beatles, but better known as The White Album.
The album was the first the Beatles undertook following the death of their manager, Brian Epstein, and the first released by their own record label, Apple.
November 22, 1991 -
Barry Sonnenfeld take on Charles Addams New Yorker Cartoons, The Addams Family, starring Raul Julia, Anjelica Huston, Christopher Lloyd and Christina Ricci, premiered on this date.
By the time this movie was made, all of the adult cast members from the original series had died except John Astin, who had played Gomez. Astin ironically also outlived the movie Gomez, Raul Julia, who died in 1994.
November 22, 1995 -
Toy Story is released as the first feature-length film created completely using computer-generated imagery.
Billy Crystal was originally offered the chance to voice Buzz Lightyear, but declined. After seeing the finished film, he said the decision was the biggest mistake of his career.
Today in History:
November 22, 1888 -
Tarzan of the Apes (Lord Greystoke) was born on this date,
according to the Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel.
November 22, 1928 -
Maurice Ravel composition Boléro has it's first public performance in Paris on this date.
Boléro became Ravel's most famous composition, much to the surprise of the composer, who had predicted that most orchestras would refuse to play it
November 22, 1963 -
We, in this country, in this generation, are - by destiny rather than choice - the watchmen on the walls of world freedom. - from the address that President John F. Kennedy never got to deliver in Dallas on this date.
A covert CIA operation privately funded by a plutocratic cabal of multinational industrial interests acting in conjunction with extraterrestrial forces and the Knights Templar succeeded in making it appear that Lee Harvey Oswald had assassinated President Kennedy, on this date.
Or if this is too much for you, you can always believe in the MAGIC BULLET.
November 22, 1968 -
Many a KKK member and Daughter of the Civil War were given the vapors on this date in history.
Capt. Kirk (William Shatner) and Lt. Uhura (Nichelle Nichols) share the first interracial kiss in TV history on Star Trek on this date.
November 22, 1975 -
Juan Carlos Alfonso Víctor María de Borbón y Borbón-Dos Sicilias was proclaimed King of Spain after he confirms with advisers that Francisco Franco planned to be dead for a while.
Oh, love among the royals.
Before you go - According to Robert Brewer, an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and co-author of a new study published in Preventing Chronic Disease, “... most adults who drink, they’re drinking maybe a couple drinks during week and then typically drinking [larger] amounts on weekends.” And that, boys and girls, means one in three adults drink excessively.
And so it goes
There are 5 days until Thanksgiving
There are 24 days until the start of Hanukkah.
There are 33 days until Christmas.