Let's take a look at some notable February 19th events.
1473 -- Noted astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus is born.
1878 -- Thomas Edison patents the phonograph.
1940 -- Music legend Smokey Robinson is born.
1957 -- Fireballer Dave Stewart is born.
1981 -- George Harrison is ordered to pay $587,000 to ABKCO Music for "subconsciously plagiarizing" the melody from the Chiffons' "He's So Fine" for Harrison's "My Sweet Lord."
(The Quiet One wrote a great song about the ordeal.)
1987 -- A's outfielder Josh Reddick is born.
1997 -- Miles Davis receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1999 -- The soon-to-be cult classic Office Space is released in theaters.
(This card -- appropriately #219 in the '83 Topps checklist -- shown due to Mike Armstrong's striking similarity to Milton Waddams.)
2015 -- Cubs pitchers and catchers (along with several other teams) report to Spring Training as the wind chills hit -25 in Chicago.
Oh, and this dime box nut was born in the wee hours of the morning on February 19th, 1992.
Here's to another twenty-three years of dime box hunting!