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April 10 2016 Today in History Newsletter

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Here’s this week’s feature from Today in History at BellaOnline:
The Samuel Applegate Alarm Clock

The world is made up of two kinds of people: light sleepers and teenagers.

Well, OK, I’m no teenager, but I am a heavy sleeper. We could have thanked Samuel S. Applegate for his invention, which was patented on April 11, 1882. Too bad it was just too weird to be constructed!
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Lane Graciano, Today in History editor
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