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January 29

What happened on January 29?

Dark-colored lemonade with a red label. The iconic Coca-Cola celebrates its foundation in 1892 on this day.

The 19th century gives us three more merry memories!
Russian playwright Anton Chekhov (*1860) joins the world, John D. Rockefeller Jr. (*1874)
is born in America as the heir to his family fortune, and Karl Benz patents the first successful gasoline-driven automobile in Germany in 1886.

Our first celebration of the 20th century goes out to actor Tom Selleck (*1945).
And now we shuffle the numbers “45” and get to 54. Can we get some balloons
in here, please? Oprah Winfrey (*1954) celebrates and everybody gets balloons:
“You get a balloon, and you get a balloon, and you get a balloon…!”

Catch one, if you can, before legendary Czech ice hockey goalie Dominik Hasek (*1965) covers them all up with his glove.
Hopefully, we have enough balloons, because Adam Lambert (*1982) has some birthday tunes in store for us. If we run out, we’ll just have to ask Brazilian superstar Romario (*1966) for some footballs instead.

Popping the balloons with a needle or other sharp object is always fun, right?
Time to end the party now, then. Just be careful not to pop your finger too, like the princess from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty (released today in 1959).



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Birthdays & events January 1

What happened on January 29?

Birthdays January 29

Anton Chekhov
John D. Rockefeller Jr.
Tom Selleck
Oprah Winfrey
Dominik Hasek
Adam Lambert
Romario

Events January 29

Karl Benz first successful gasoline-driven automobile patent in Germany
Disney’s Sleeping Beauty release

Companies founded January 29

Coca-Cola