ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY.

On this day in 1922, Howard Carter entered the tomb of Tutankhamen, making the Gerald Ford of ancient Egypt the most famous pharaoh in history.

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  1. Ben Ieghn says:

    Maybe history will be as kind to Gerald Ford when he’s rediscovered after 5000 years…

    First Bad KING TUT JOKE of the morning:

    Q: What did the frightened Harold Carter exclaim when he entered the tomb of King Tut?

    A: “I want my Mummy!”

  2. Anonymous says:

    What did the Englishman say to the mummy? “Tut, tut, Tut.”

    However, I think the devil king K.U.N. will evoke more wholesome terror than King Tut, and I wish Dr. Boli would continue the story.

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