This Didn't Happen Today in History — January 17th

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January 17th. 1779 —

Out manned, out gunned and with America on the brink of defeat in the War of 1812, Admiral George Washington Carver, under pressure from delegates of the United Federation of Planets, reached a tenative alliace with the cavemen ghosts to launch a last ditch, sneak attack on Napoleon’s Royal Mounted Unicorn Army at Hiroshima, in the Battle of Boot Hill.

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