National Bubba Day 2020 is on Friday, May 1, 2020: How many airplanes fly during the day and the night?
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EXCELLENT question.... I am a pilot with Delta. There are approximately 6000 flights per day world wide. To be honest, it is too hard to determine the difference of night flights and day flights as you have to consider the flights of the other side of the earth, our day is thier night, get it? You can also get your statistics at the NASA site or the National Transportation Safety Board site.
On this day in wrestling history 6/13?
1940 - Orville Brown wins the first of two titles which earned him recognition as the first World Heavyweight Champion as recognized by the National Wrestling Alliance. Brown defeats Bobby Bruns in Kansas City, Kansas to win the Kansas City version of the Midwest Wrestling Association World Heavyweight Title.
1957 - Ed Francis defeats Al Lolotai for the NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title in Honolulu, Hawaii, ending Lolotai's second reign.
1960 - Jacques "The Mountie" Rougeau is born in Saint-Sulpice, Quebec.
1960 - Tony Borne defeats Bull Curry to win the NWA Texas Brass Knuckles Title in Fort Worth, Texas.
1962 - Mike Jones, better known as the WWF's Virgil and the NWO's Vincent, is born in Nashville, Tennessee.
1972 - Alfonso Dantes defeats Rey Mendoza for the NWA World Light Heavyweight Title in Tijuana
, Mexico, ending Mendoza's fifth reign.
1974 - The Interns (Tom Andrews and Jim Starr) defeat Bob Geigel and Rufus R. Jones to win the Central States version of the NWA World Tag Team Title in Kansas City, Kansas, ending Geigel and Jones' third reign.
1975 - Black Gordman and Goliath win the NWA Americas Tag Team Title for the seventh time, ending the third reign of The Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown and Buddy Roberts).
1975 - Great Kusatsu and Mighty Inoue defeat Tor Kamata and Duke Savage in a tournament final to win the vacant International Wrestling Alliance Tag Team Title in Morioka, Japan.
1978 - Jack and Jerry Brisco defeat Mr. Saito and Mr. Sato (The Great Kabuki) in Miami, Florida to win their seventh NWA Florida Tag Team Title.
1981 - The Kelly Twins (Pat and Mike Kelly) defeat Wilbur Snyder and Spike Huber to win the World Wrestling Association (Indiana) Tag Team Title in Indianapolis, Indiana.
1982 - "High Chief" Peter Maivia, father-in-law of Rocky Johnson and grandfather of The Rock, succumbs to cancer at age 45.
1982 - Centurian Negro defeats Gran Hamada in Monterrey, Mexico, for the Universal Wrestling Association World Middleweight Title, ending Hamada's second reign and beginning Negro's second.
1983 - Tiger Mask (Satoru Sayama) defeats Fishman to win the vacant WWF World Junior Heavyweight Title in Mexico City, Mexico, beginning his third reign.
1985 - Kuniaki Kobayashi defeats The Dynamite Kid for the NWA International Junior Heavyweight Title in Koga, Japan.
1986 - Lex Luger defeats Ron Bass to win the NWA Bahamas Heavyweight Title in Nassau, Bahamas.
1987 - Bill Watts' Universal Wrestling Federation holds its second Superdome Extravaganza in New Orleans, Louisiana. The results:
- Shaska Whatley and Shane Douglas fought to a draw.
- Buddy Roberts defeated Mike Boyette.
- Steve Cox defeated Gary Young.
- The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes and Terry Gordy) defeated The Terminator and The Enforcer (Doug Gilbert).
- The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) defeated The Angel of Death and Vladimir Petrov to retain the NWA World Tag Team Title.
- The Lightning Express (Tim Horner and Brad Armstrong) defeated Rick Steiner and Sting to retain the UWF Tag Team Title.
- Big Bubba Rogers defeated Barry Windham to retain the UWF Heavyweight Title.
- Black Bart defeated Chris Adams.
- Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch.
1987 - Bill Dundee defeats Chick Donovan to win the AWA International Heavyweight Title in Memphis, Tennessee, beginning his second reign.
1990 - WCW Clash of the Champions XI was held in Charleston, South Carolina at the McAlister Fieldhouse. The show aired live on TBS, doing a 4.1 rating. Here are the results from the show:
- Steve Armstrong & Tracey Smothers defeated The Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin & Michael Hayes).
- Tommy Rich defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via disqualification.
- Tom Zenk & Mike Rotundo defeated the SST (Fatu & Samoan Savage).
- Mark Callous defeated Brian Pillman.
- The Rock N' Roll Express defeated U.S. Tag Team Champions The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification.
- Barry Windham defeated Doug Furnas.
- Lex Luger defeated Sid Vicious in under thirty seconds after interference from Ole Anderson backfired.
- NWA World Tag Team Champions Doom defeated Rick & Scott Steiner.
- Paul Orndorff defeated Arn Anderson.
- Junkyard Dog defeated NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair via disqualification.
1991 - Gran Hamada and Perro Aguayo defeat Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata) to win the UWA World Tag Team Title in Tokyo, Japan.
1992 - Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. defeats El Egipicio in Mexico City, Mexico to win the Mexico National Heavyweight Title for the third time.
1993 - The WWF held the very first televised King of the Ring pay-per-view event at the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio. Although the first pay-per-view event, it featured the seventh King of the Ring tournament. The results were:
- In a dark match, Papa Shango pinned Owen Hart to retain the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Title.
- Bret Hart pinned Razor Ramon in a first round match.
Myrtle Bch/Charleston, SC 4 days...?
I have been to Myrtle Beach, but can not offer much information- I do know that there is a beautiful garden there (actually, south of Myrtle Beach on Highway 17) but the name of it is escaping me right now.
I live near Charleston, SC. There are MANY historical and newer buildings with various types of architecture in the downtown area, easily accessible via a walking tour and/or a trolley bus ride. Further out, there are some interesting buildings as well.
There are also many plantations in the area, and they are beauutiful this time of year- Cypress Gardens, Magnolia Plantation, Middleton Place, etc.
There is a lot of great food in the area, as well- Noisy Oyster, Crab Shack, Bubba Gumps are popular seafood places. There are many mom and pop type restaurants as well as national chains.
Anywhere you go, you may encounter some of your dislikes- it is life. I do not know what to tell you about that.
I can not give much advice about the bars since I am not into that, but I know they are here.