This Day in History, September 25th

Today, or so the scribes say, the Roman Senate chose the emperor’s successor for the last time when the army relinquished the right, unfortunately they did not pick someone a little hardier. The Second Battle of Champagne kicked off as a French offensive that would eventually push their line 4kms but at the cost of 145,000 casualties, and an explosion in a natural gas plant in Victoria’s Gippsland Region killed two workers and injured eight others. Plus birthdays for Christopher Reeve,  Mark Hamill, Childish Gambino and Perfume Genius!

Today’s Track:

Perfume Genius – To Lay Me Down ft. Sharon Van Etten and Friends


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