Debunked Myth of the Day: So, was Ice Cube's "good day" Jan. 20th, 1992, as Donovan Strain's research indicates, or Nov. 30th, 1988, as a rival theory suggests? If you ask the man himself, he'll say both. And neither.
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Follow Up of the Day: After Murk Avenue's Donovan Strain determined that January 20, 1992 was Ice Cube's "Good Day," everybody lost their sh*t, collectively.
But what does the man himself have to say about Strain's conclusion? "Nice try."
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The More You Know of the Day: And so, one of the greatest mysteries of our time is finally solved: Ice Cube's "good day" took place on the 20th of January, 1992.
How did Murk Avenue's Donovan Strain arrive at that particular date? Using details gleaned from the song's lyrics, Strain was able to conclude the following:
Together At Last of the Day: I have no idea what you're talking about... so here's former architectural drafting major Ice Cube conducting a video tour of the Eames House for the SoCal art initiative Pacific Standard Time.
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