Uncyclopedia:Anniversaries/March 12

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March 12: Annual Indecent Exposure Crackdown

  • 1504 - Michelangelo's David is indecently exposed to the naked world.
  • 1867 - Oscar Wilde heavily uses redirects while composing his play Nera; or The Nihilists.
  • 1923 - Sir Reginald Humptington cuts down a tree in Central America, officially kicking off makind's war against the rainforest.
  • 1962 - Beach bums take over much of Southern California, rendering it uninhabitable for decades.
  • 1982 - Hospital administrators announce that disco has slipped into a coma and not expected to survive.
  • 1996 - The Daily Show featuring John Stewart premiered on Comedy Central, proving that a Jewish guys can make a living as a comedian.