How well can you spell?

A famous man makes a famous faux pas. Plus, “if the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit. And two teens meet for the first time and they would go on to make history. Bigtime!

Friday, June 15th, the 167th day of 2012





1992: U.S. Vice-President Dan Quayle advised a Trenton, New Jersey, elementary school student to spell “potato” p-o-t-a-t-o-e. (The kid had it right!)







1995 O.J. Simpson struggles to put on a pair of gloves that prosecutors said were worn the night of the Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman murders.





1956: in Woolton, England, at a church party, at 15 year old boy met and befriended a 13 year old and they would eventually start writing songs together and one thing would lead to another. The fifteen year olds’ name was John; the thirteen year old was named Paul as in Lennon/McCartney.