Apr 18 - Geezer's Blog - National Animal Cracker Day and International Jugglers Day

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April 18th is National Animal Crackers Day! Who doesn’t remember enjoying a snack of animal crackers – and wondering if lions and tigers were going to start fighting in your mouth? Animal crackers were first brought to the U.S. in the late 1800s, and have featured more than 37 different animals in the “Barnum’s Animals” circus theme. So drop some animal crackers in your soup today – it’ll definitely make you want to sing

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April 18th is International Juggler's Day (also applies to multi tasking office workers)! International Jugglers Day celebrates not only the skill of juggling, but also those talented people who can juggle many balls, objects – and tasks – at a time.

Juggling is a skill and form of entertainment that has been around for thousands and thousands of years. Some of the earliest recorded history supplies proof that juggling was around during the early days of civilized man. Well documented in Medieval times in Europe, juggling is primarily entertainment and remains popular today.

While “entertaining jugglers” manage balls, clubs, swords, plates, rings, and flaming sticks, some have suggested that office workers are jugglers as well. How so? They multi- task and keep several "balls" (projects) going at the same time.


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