Presidents’ Day is celebrated as a federal holiday on the third Monday in February. It is usually commemorated in the United States by the closure of government offices, no school, and plenty of mattress sales. However, if you ask people what the holiday is about, you might be surprised by some of the answers. For instance, which President is being remembered? By the name, you might think it is all Presidents of the United States. The apostrophe at the end of the word would indicate that its meaning is plural – as in more than one President. However, some people spell it President’s Day, meaning one President. It’s all very confusing. Here are the answers to some perplexing questions on this national holiday.
We've all heard of these mythical places. They are the stuff of legend, but did they really exist? Some believe they did. Find out more and get the GPS to their locations!
What are the natural disasters that threaten the U.S.? Every year we go through a series of phenomenon that take lives and damage property. You can see references to these disasters in popular culture, but they really could happen. What scares you the most? Is it something caused by nature or mankind? War or some industrial mishap can happen, but the natural events listed here are guaranteed. Will it happen by wind? lightning? water? or a rock from outer space? Let us know what you think.
Have you ever played any of these politically incorrect schoolyard games? If you are over 30, of course you have! Growing up, we all played these!
What Are Reindeer? Certainly they can't fly, but they do have a superpower! How did Santa start using them to pull his sleigh? All the answers are here!
The Scouts has been around since 1910. In that time, each PotUS has been an honorary Pres of the BSA. But, there were only 5 Presidents who were Boy Scouts.