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ABC October 6th. Cold case in Alaska, her death is part of a pattern. Television's most anticipated new drama. Another missing and murdered indigenous woman. And we need to show who is to blame. Two time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank stars. We can choose to fight and record a news. In the fall's biggest mystery shortens start asking questions? Careful. We're gonna break this story together. Alaska daily series premiere Thursday, October 6th on ADC and stream on Hulu. Welcome to September 30th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate fresh breath and a fall tradition. While chewing gum may seem like a modern invention, it's actually been around for 9000 years. The ancient Aztecs shoots something called chicle, although they had to follow certain rules of etiquette. Children and unmarried women could chew it in public, but everyone else had to chew it at home. She clay became the main ingredient in chewing gum in the mid 1800s, but it wasn't until the early 1900s that gum became popular. That's when William Wrigley junior launched an all out campaign mailing free samples of his gum to every person in the phonebook. Apparently, this move paid off big. On national chewing gum day, celebrate the freedom to chew wherever you please. Though keeping it quiet is still appreciated. Children and unmarried women could chew it in public? Don't ask. This seems kind of weird, doesn't it? Was Saul is an old Norse expression that literally means be you healthy? Was Allen was an old English drinking ritual of warming cider with spices and other ingredients to ensure a good harvest of cider apples for the following year. Now that's thinking ahead. In ancient Roman times, they mauled wine in the same way. Now that sounds like a good excuse for a drinking game. There are lots of recipes for hot mauled cider that include orange peel cinnamon nutmeg and cloves. Now that sounds like a recipe to chase away the cold. On hot mulled cider day, brew up your own favorite recipe and drink to your health. What's up? Do you think they said it that way? No. Old Norse times? Unless there was some alcohol. We're just inspired by a commercial, that's all. There you go, John, saying it, babe. I'm in a dip here. Hi, Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. Called John babe.

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