Nationalis Nihili Dies

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Nationalis Nihili Dies[1] (Anglice: National Nothing Day) est "non-eventus," anno 1972 a diurnalista Haroldo Pullman Coffin propositus et quotannis die 16 Ianuarii post 1973 celebratus, cum ad Chase's Calendar of Events additus esset.[2][3][4] Eius propositum est "ad praebendum Americanis unum diem nationalem cum ei tantum sedere possint, sine ulla re celebrando, observando, honorando." Feriae sustinentur ab Haroldi Coffin Opere Fundato Nihili Nationalis, Capitolae Californiae in tabulas relato.[5][6][7][8]

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  1. Haec appellatio a Vicipaediano e lingua indigena in sermonem Latinum conversa est. Extra Vicipaediam huius locutionis testificatio vix inveniri potest.
  2. Chase's Calendar of Events, 2011 Edition, McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010, p. 88, ISBN 9780071740265 .
  3. Michele Humes, Harold Coffin, American Hero; Or, Every Day Is National Capitulate-To-Inane-Press-Releases Day .
  4. Bob Symon, It’s National Nothing Day; Celebrate in Earnest 
  5. Newsweek (Newsweek, Inc.) 93: 127, 1979 
  6. The Review of the News (Correction, Please) 15: 25–26, 1979 
  7. David Wallechinsky & Irving Wallace (1975-1981), The People's Almanac (series) 
  8. Bruce Felton, Mark Fowler (1994), The Best, Worst, & Most Unusual: Noteworthy Achievements, Events, Feats & Blunders of Every Conceivable Kind, Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., p. 335, ISBN 9780883658611 
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