Talk:National Nothing Day

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Memphis McDonald's Controversy[edit]

Should there be something about the 1989 incident where some McDonald's, including one in Memphis, were sent calendars that had January 16, 1989 marked as "National Nothing Day", but it was a Monday that year, so it was also the holiday for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday (and a number of people felt that it wasn't a coincidence, but planned racism on McDonald's part)?

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