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August 1, 2014.

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A Pirate's Life For Me
The Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me) was sung by The Mellomen, a barbershop quartet that also sang many songs for Disney films. They also sang as backup singers for Elvis. The frontman of The Melloman, Thurl Ravenscroft, was the voice of Tony the Tiger and sang the Grinch song in the original animated classic.
P Y R A T E   H I S T O R Y
October 14, 1777
Woodes Rogers returns to England after a successful round-the-world privateering cruise against Spain, carrying loot worth 150,000 English pounds. Broils with the Admiralty courts delay distribution of the treasure.

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