On This Day October 24
On This Day in history:
1788- The poet who wrote "Mary had a Little Lamb," Sarah Joseph Hale, is born.
1939- Nylon stockings are sold to the public for the first time.
1940- The 40 hour work week goes into effect in the U.S. under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
1978- Keith Richards pleads guilty to heroin possession and is given a one year suspended sentence.
1992- Madonna releases her album, "Erotica."
2000- Linkin Park releases their debut album, "Hybrid Theory."
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