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chickennob2
03-20-2005, 01:19 AM
What famous people share your birthday? Not necessarily year. but day.

Adam Sandler
Michael Keaton
Rachel Hunter (model)
Colonel Sanders (KFC)
Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy (Russian author)
Joe Theisman
Hugh Grant
Macy Gray

Now what famous events have occurred on your birthday?

The Continental Congress officially decided to call their new country the "United States"
California is admitted as a US state
NBC was founded
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is founded (south)
Elvis Presley first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show

chickennob2
03-20-2005, 01:24 AM
I'm a haloween baby.

I know that some famous people share it with me, but I dont share it with them. :laugh:

haha! thats pretty good man

Johnny Law Man
03-20-2005, 01:27 AM
April 25th was traditionally Secretaries Day. After the ACLU had their way the week surrounding it became Administrative assistant's week. Rotten PC, BS :mad:

Dream
03-20-2005, 01:34 PM
A lot of people and events.

Russians launched the first man into space on my birthday.

Civil War started on my birthday.

FDR died on my birthday.

I was born.

KnightOLB53
03-20-2005, 01:40 PM
George Washington and I share Feb.22 together.

The Dark Knight
03-20-2005, 01:44 PM
Nothing happened when I was ripped out of my mother, screaming, naked and bleeding.

Jim
03-20-2005, 01:51 PM
April 8th

:confused:

# 1578 William Harvey of England discovers blood circulation
# 1778 Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessman, creates "$"
# 1789 House of Reps first full meeting, NYC, F Muhlenberg first speaker
# 1850 SF County Govt established
# 1853 Cincinnati became first US city to pay firefighters a regular salary
# 1863 Wartime conscription law in US goes into effect
# 1865 Battle of 5 Forks, signalling end of Lee's army
# 1867 Blacks vote in municipal election in Tuscumbia, Alabama
# 1867 International Exhibition opens in Paris
# 1868 Hampton Institute opens
# 1870 Patrick Gass sgt of Lewis &Clark Expedition, dies at 98
# 1873 Alfred Paraf of New York City patented the first successful oleomargarine.
# 1873 British White Star steamship Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia, 547 die
# 1892 A Charlois discovers asteroid #331 Etheridgea
# 1905 British East African Protectorate becomes colony of Kenya
# 1910 Dumitru Dan (Romania) completed a 62,137 mile (100,000 m) walk
# 1916 Australian soldiers take up positions on the Western Front at Armentières, France
# 1918 England's Royal Flying Corps replaced by Royal Air Force
# 1918 Establishment of the Repatriation Department
# 1920 Church disestablished in Wales
# 1921 K Reinmuth discovers asteroid #950 Ahrensa
# 1924 Crown takes over Northern Rhodesia from British South Africa Co
# 1924 Imperial Airways formed in Britain
# 1925 First planned night landings on a carrier, USS Langley, by VF-1
# 1925 Hebrew University, Jerusalem dedicated [see May 9, 1925]
# 1927 Automatic record changer introduced by His Master's Voice
# 1930 Zawditu first reigning female monarch of Ethiopia, dies
# 1931 Jackie Mitchell became first female in professional baseball
# 1933 Nazi Germany begins persecution of Jews boycotting Jewish businesses
# 1935 First radio tube made of metal announced, Schenectady, NY
# 1935 L Boyer discovers asteroid #1344 Caubeta
# 1936 Orissa constituted a province of British India
# 1937 K Reinmuth discovers asteroids #1417 Walinskia &#3417 Tamblyn
# 1937 M Laugier discovers asteroid #1426 Riviera
# 1938 Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown, NY
# 1939 US recognizes Franco government in Spain at end of Spanish civil war
# 1940 HMS GLOWWORM (Lt Cdr Gerard Roope+, awarded VC), sunk , NW of Trondheim in Norwegian Sea by German 8in-gunned heavy cruiser 'Admiral Hipper'. Detached from screen for British minelaying operations to search for man overboard at time of German invasion of Norway; 40 survivors. 'Hipper' damaged when rammed by 'Glowworm'
# 1941 Earle Graser, the eight-year voice of the radio program, "The Lone Ranger", died in an auto accident.
# 1941 Navy takes over Treasure Island (SF Bay)
# 1945 US forces launch invasion of Okinawa during WW II
# 1946 400,000 US mine workers strike
# 1946 Tsunamis generated by a quake in Aleutian Trench strike Hilo Hawaii
# 1947 The first illustrated insurance policy was issued by the Allstate Insurance Company.
# 1950 Charles R Drew surgeon/developer of blood bank concept, dies at 45
# 1950 Unarmed Navy patrol aircraft shot down over Baltic Sea by USSR
# 1951 First of 4 detonations, Operation Greenhouse nuclear test
# 1952 Big Bang theory proposed in Physical Review by Alpher, Bethe &Gamow
# 1954 Army helicopter battalion formed, Fort Bragg, NC
# 1954 US Air Force Academy established
# 1955 Goethe Link Observatory discovers asteroid #1852 Carpenter
# 1960 Mabry Harper catches a 25 lb Walleye in Tennessee
# 1960 RCA (TV &Infra-Red Observation 'weather' Satellite) I launched
# 1960 U Nu elected premier of Burma
# 1961 Jim Bakker marries Tammy Faye
# 1963 NYC's newspapers resume publishing after a 114 day strike
# 1963 Soap operas "General Hospital" &"The Doctors" premier on TV
# 1964 John Lennon is reunited with his father Freddie after 17 years
# 1968 The Beatles went gold again, receiving a gold record for the single, " Lady Madonna&quot.
# 1970 John &Yoko release hoax they are having dual sex change operations
# 1970 L Chernykh discovers asteroid 1805 Dirikis, 1957 Angara &1976 Kaverin
# 1971 United Kingdom lifts all restrictions on gold ownership
# 1971 US/Canada ISIS 2 launched to study ionosphere
# 1972 30,000 attend Mar Y Sol rock concert, Vega Baja, Puerto Rico
# 1972 Major league baseball players stages first collective strike
# 1973 Japan allows its citizens to own gold
# 1974 Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s home run record by collecting his 715th round-tripper.
# 1974 Pioneer Hall opens
# 1976 Freddie Lennon father of John Lennon, dies at 63
# 1976 N Chernykh discovers asteroid #2206 Gabrova, #2312 Duboshin, #2361 Gogol, #2606 Odessa, #2722 Abalakin, #2734 Hasek,
# 1977 NFL decides to experiment with a 7th official in some preseason games
# 1979 Iran proclaimed an Islamic Republic following fall of Shah
# 1980 Wayne Gretzky breaks Bobby Orr's record with 103rd assist
# 1981 E Bowell discovers asteroid #3480 Abante
# 1982 US formally transfers Canal Zone to Panama
# 1984 8 men record longest distance rowed in 24 hours at 13 miles
# 1984 Marvin Gaye shot to death by his father Marvin Gaye Sr in LA
# 1986 US sub Nathaniel Green runs aground in the Irish Sea
# 1986 World oil prices dip below $10 a barrel
# 1988 Jim Jordan radio's Fibber McGee, dies at 91 in a fall
# 1990 CBS fires sportscaster Brent Mussburger
# 1990 It becomes illeagal in Salem Oregon to be within 2' of nude dancers
# 1990 Jack Nicklaus wins first start on Senior PGA tour
# 1990 Wrestlemania VI-Ultimate Warrior beats Hulk Hogan for championship
# 1991 Richard Thorpe director (MGM), dies at 95
# 1991 US minimum wage goes from $3.80 to $4.25 per hour
# 1991 Warsaw Pact officially disolves
# 1992 Juanito soccer star (Madrid Real 1977-87), dies at 37 in car crash
# 1992 NFL decides to stay with 17 week sched instead of expanded 18 games :huh:

EddyMac87
03-20-2005, 01:59 PM
April 8th

:confused:

# 1578 William Harvey of England discovers blood circulation
# 1778 Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessman, creates "$"
# 1789 House of Reps first full meeting, NYC, F Muhlenberg first speaker
# 1850 SF County Govt established
# 1853 Cincinnati became first US city to pay firefighters a regular salary
# 1863 Wartime conscription law in US goes into effect
# 1865 Battle of 5 Forks, signalling end of Lee's army
# 1867 Blacks vote in municipal election in Tuscumbia, Alabama
# 1867 International Exhibition opens in Paris
# 1868 Hampton Institute opens
# 1870 Patrick Gass sgt of Lewis &Clark Expedition, dies at 98
# 1873 Alfred Paraf of New York City patented the first successful oleomargarine.
# 1873 British White Star steamship Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia, 547 die
# 1892 A Charlois discovers asteroid #331 Etheridgea
# 1905 British East African Protectorate becomes colony of Kenya
# 1910 Dumitru Dan (Romania) completed a 62,137 mile (100,000 m) walk
# 1916 Australian soldiers take up positions on the Western Front at Armentières, France
# 1918 England's Royal Flying Corps replaced by Royal Air Force
# 1918 Establishment of the Repatriation Department
# 1920 Church disestablished in Wales
# 1921 K Reinmuth discovers asteroid #950 Ahrensa
# 1924 Crown takes over Northern Rhodesia from British South Africa Co
# 1924 Imperial Airways formed in Britain
# 1925 First planned night landings on a carrier, USS Langley, by VF-1
# 1925 Hebrew University, Jerusalem dedicated [see May 9, 1925]
# 1927 Automatic record changer introduced by His Master's Voice
# 1930 Zawditu first reigning female monarch of Ethiopia, dies
# 1931 Jackie Mitchell became first female in professional baseball
# 1933 Nazi Germany begins persecution of Jews boycotting Jewish businesses
# 1935 First radio tube made of metal announced, Schenectady, NY
# 1935 L Boyer discovers asteroid #1344 Caubeta
# 1936 Orissa constituted a province of British India
# 1937 K Reinmuth discovers asteroids #1417 Walinskia &#3417 Tamblyn
# 1937 M Laugier discovers asteroid #1426 Riviera
# 1938 Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown, NY
# 1939 US recognizes Franco government in Spain at end of Spanish civil war
# 1940 HMS GLOWWORM (Lt Cdr Gerard Roope+, awarded VC), sunk , NW of Trondheim in Norwegian Sea by German 8in-gunned heavy cruiser 'Admiral Hipper'. Detached from screen for British minelaying operations to search for man overboard at time of German invasion of Norway; 40 survivors. 'Hipper' damaged when rammed by 'Glowworm'
# 1941 Earle Graser, the eight-year voice of the radio program, "The Lone Ranger", died in an auto accident.
# 1941 Navy takes over Treasure Island (SF Bay)
# 1945 US forces launch invasion of Okinawa during WW II
# 1946 400,000 US mine workers strike
# 1946 Tsunamis generated by a quake in Aleutian Trench strike Hilo Hawaii
# 1947 The first illustrated insurance policy was issued by the Allstate Insurance Company.
# 1950 Charles R Drew surgeon/developer of blood bank concept, dies at 45
# 1950 Unarmed Navy patrol aircraft shot down over Baltic Sea by USSR
# 1951 First of 4 detonations, Operation Greenhouse nuclear test
# 1952 Big Bang theory proposed in Physical Review by Alpher, Bethe &Gamow
# 1954 Army helicopter battalion formed, Fort Bragg, NC
# 1954 US Air Force Academy established
# 1955 Goethe Link Observatory discovers asteroid #1852 Carpenter
# 1960 Mabry Harper catches a 25 lb Walleye in Tennessee
# 1960 RCA (TV &Infra-Red Observation 'weather' Satellite) I launched
# 1960 U Nu elected premier of Burma
# 1961 Jim Bakker marries Tammy Faye
# 1963 NYC's newspapers resume publishing after a 114 day strike
# 1963 Soap operas "General Hospital" &"The Doctors" premier on TV
# 1964 John Lennon is reunited with his father Freddie after 17 years
# 1968 The Beatles went gold again, receiving a gold record for the single, " Lady Madonna&quot.
# 1970 John &Yoko release hoax they are having dual sex change operations
# 1970 L Chernykh discovers asteroid 1805 Dirikis, 1957 Angara &1976 Kaverin
# 1971 United Kingdom lifts all restrictions on gold ownership
# 1971 US/Canada ISIS 2 launched to study ionosphere
# 1972 30,000 attend Mar Y Sol rock concert, Vega Baja, Puerto Rico
# 1972 Major league baseball players stages first collective strike
# 1973 Japan allows its citizens to own gold
# 1974 Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s home run record by collecting his 715th round-tripper.
# 1974 Pioneer Hall opens
# 1976 Freddie Lennon father of John Lennon, dies at 63
# 1976 N Chernykh discovers asteroid #2206 Gabrova, #2312 Duboshin, #2361 Gogol, #2606 Odessa, #2722 Abalakin, #2734 Hasek,
# 1977 NFL decides to experiment with a 7th official in some preseason games
# 1979 Iran proclaimed an Islamic Republic following fall of Shah
# 1980 Wayne Gretzky breaks Bobby Orr's record with 103rd assist
# 1981 E Bowell discovers asteroid #3480 Abante
# 1982 US formally transfers Canal Zone to Panama
# 1984 8 men record longest distance rowed in 24 hours at 13 miles
# 1984 Marvin Gaye shot to death by his father Marvin Gaye Sr in LA
# 1986 US sub Nathaniel Green runs aground in the Irish Sea
# 1986 World oil prices dip below $10 a barrel
# 1988 Jim Jordan radio's Fibber McGee, dies at 91 in a fall
# 1990 CBS fires sportscaster Brent Mussburger
# 1990 It becomes illeagal in Salem Oregon to be within 2' of nude dancers
# 1990 Jack Nicklaus wins first start on Senior PGA tour
# 1990 Wrestlemania VI-Ultimate Warrior beats Hulk Hogan for championship
# 1991 Richard Thorpe director (MGM), dies at 95
# 1991 US minimum wage goes from $3.80 to $4.25 per hour
# 1991 Warsaw Pact officially disolves
# 1992 Juanito soccer star (Madrid Real 1977-87), dies at 37 in car crash
# 1992 NFL decides to stay with 17 week sched instead of expanded 18 games :huh:
that just off the top of your head??

Lynch Bailey247
03-20-2005, 02:04 PM
i share my birthday with ed mccafrey !! woo

PutzierChic06
03-20-2005, 02:22 PM
I don't know very many famous people who share mine but I do know that Brandon Stokley of the Colts does.. June 23rd.

chickennob2
03-20-2005, 02:39 PM
If anybody has June 28th... congrats!

BroncosB2B
03-20-2005, 02:40 PM
If anybody has June 28th... congrats!

That would be me! John Elway shares my B-Day!!

Tony
03-20-2005, 03:19 PM
tiffani thiessan (saved by the bell), gail o' grady, princess caroline and rutger hauer shares my birthday jan 23rd I don't know what event took place on that day :coffee:

Jim
03-20-2005, 04:25 PM
that just off the top of your head??

Well...duh!


;)

ReleaseTheBeast7
03-20-2005, 04:35 PM
Carlos Rogers, Bret Hart, thats all I know about.

EddyMac87
03-20-2005, 04:36 PM
i know Kareem Abjul Jabaar...(sp) has the same birthday as me...probably more...but known that i care to look up...

PRBronco
03-20-2005, 04:40 PM
Hahaha, my birthday blows, get this:
Jerry Lewis
The mom from gilmour girls (even though she's a cougar)
Rodney Peete
and Flava Flave.

Vulcan
03-20-2005, 04:41 PM
I only know that Beethoven was born on December 16th.

Also, the Boston Tea Party happened that day.

RunByDesign
03-20-2005, 06:36 PM
February 11th

1752

Pennsylvania Hospital , the 1st hospital in the US , opened

1766

Stamp Act declared unconstitutional in Virginia

1794

1st session of US Senate open to the public

1809

Robert Fulton patents the steamboat.

1815

News of the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812, finally reaches the United States .

1903

Congress passes the Expedition Act, giving antitrust cases priority in the courts.

1904

President Theodore Roosevelt proclaims strict neutrality for the United States in the Russo-Japanese War.

1905

James Blackstone, Seattle , bowls 299½-last pin breaks but stands

1910

Theodore Roosevelt Jr. and Eleanor Alexander announce their wedding date-- June 20, 1910 .

1916

Emma Goldman arrested for lecturing on birth control

1926

The Mexican government nationalizes all church property.

1937

A 44-day sit-down strike against General Motors ends, with the company agreeing to recognize the United Automobile Workers Union. Related Web Site

1945

The meeting of the President Franklin Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Marshal Joseph Stalin in Yalta , adjourns.

1951

U.N. forces push north across the 38th parallel for the second time in the Korean war.

1953

Walt Disney's film Peter Pan premieres.

1954

6th Emmy Awards I Love Lucy, Donald O'Connor & Eve Arden win

1954

A 75,000-watt light bulb is lit at the Rockefeller Center in New York , to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Thomas Edison's first light bulb.

1957

KUMV TV channel 8 in Williston ND (NBC) begins broadcasting

1957

NHL Players Association forms ( New York NY ), Red Wings' Ted Lindsay elected president

1958

Ruth Carol Taylor is 1st African-American woman hired as flight attendant

1959

Iran turns down Soviet aid in favor of a U.S. proposal for aid.

1960

Jack Paar walks off his TV show

1964

Cambodian Prince Sihanouk blames the United States for a South Vietnamese air raid on a village in his country.

1964

Beatles 1st live appearance in US; Washington DC Coliseum

1965

President Lyndon Johnson orders air strikes against targets in North Vietnam , in retaliation for guerrilla attacks on the American military in South Vietnam .

1965

Braves propose to pay 5¢ from each ticket to bring a new team to Milwaukee

1966

Vice President Hubert Humphrey begins a tour of Vietnam .

1969

Diana Crump becomes 1st US woman jockey to ride against men, Hialelah

1979

43 million watch "Elvis!" on ABC

1984

10th space shuttle mission (41-B)-Challenger 4-returns to Earth

1992

Michael Johnson runs indoor world record 400 meter (44.97 seconds)

1993

Howard Stern's radio show begins transmitting to Rochester NY (WRQI)

1993

Janet Reno selected by Clinton as US Attorney General

1994

Lu Parker, ( South Carolina ), crowned 43rd Miss USA

1994

Space shuttle STS-60 (Discovery 18), lands

1995

Space shuttle STS-60 (Discovery 18), lands

1996

46th NBA All-Star Game East beats West 129-118 at San Antonio

1997

Bill Parcells becomes head coach of New York Jets

1997

STS 82 (Discovery 22) launches

1998

KVBC-FM ( Las Vegas ) offers Monica Lewinsky $5M for interview

1998

Lyrics to "Candle in the Wind 1997" auctioned for $442,500

1999

Pluto is once again the farthest planet from the sun in our solar system



Born on February 11

1735

Daniel Boone

1800

William Henry Fox Talbot, photography pioneer, produced the first book with photographic illustrations (The Pencil of Nature).

1802

Lydia Maria Francis Child, abolitionist and women's rights advocate

1812

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Vice President (Confederacy),

1833

Melville Weston Fuller, eighth U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice.

1840

Sanuel Dana Greene Lieutenant Commander (Union Navy),

1847

Thomas Alva Edison, prolific American inventor who jointly or singly held over 1,300 patents.

1855

Josephine Marshall Jewell Dodge, American educator, pioneer in the concept of day nurseries for children.

1898

Leo Szilard, physicist, instrumental in the Manhattan Project.

1907

William J. Levitt , U.S. businessman and community builder who led the postwar housing revolutions with his Levittowns.

1909

Max Baer [The Livermore Larruper] Omaha NB , heavyweight boxing champion (1934-35)/actor (The Prizefighter and the Lady)

1919

Gretchen Fraser Tacoma WA, slalom skier (Olympics-gold-1948)

1920

Billy Halop New York NY, actor (Bert Munson-All in the Family)

1920

Farouk I Cairo, last King of Egypt (1936-52)

1921

Eva Gabor Budapest Hungary , actress (Lisa-Green Acres, Gigi)

1921

Lloyd Bentsen (Senator-D-TX) (1988 Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee)

1934

Tina Louise New York NY, actress (Ginger-Gilligan's Island , Julie-Dallas)

1936

Burt Reynolds Waycross GA, actor (Evening Shade, Striptease, Cannonball Run, Smokey and the Bandit, Dan August, Deliverance)

1940

Calvin Fowler Pittsburgh PA, basketball player (Olympics-gold-1968)

1941

Glenn Randall Jr stuntman (Species, Mrs Soffel, Return of the Jedi)

1944

Michael G Oxley (Representative-R-OH, 1981- )

1948

Sue Bernard Los Angeles CA, playmate (December 1966)

1950

Clarence Ellis NFLer

1953

Stephen D Thorne Frankfurt-on-Main, German, Lieutenant Commander USN/astronaut

1953

Alan Rubin music figure (Blues Brothers)

1954

Catherine Hickland Ft Lauderdale, actress (Capitol, Star Trek IV)

1958

Michael Jackson controller (BBC2)

1959

Michael Jackson controller (BBC2)

1960

Richard A Mastracchio Waterbury CT , astronaut

1961

Mary Docter US , 3000 meter speed skater (Olympics-1980, 84, 88, 92)

1962

Sheryl Crow Kennett MO, singer/songwriter (All I Wanna Do, If It Makes You Happy)

1962

Todd Benzinger US baseball player (San Francisco Giants)

1966

Alexander Semak Ufa Russia , NHL center (New York Islanders)

1966

Anthony Parker NFL cornerback (Minnesota Vikings, St Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

1967

Barbara Byrne Princeton NJ, rower (Olympics-96)

1967

Chris Reohr Ridley Park PA, fencer (Olympics-96)

1967

Derek King Hamilton, NHL left wing (New York Islanders)

1967

John Patterson US baseball infielder (San Francisco Giants)

1969

John Patterson US baseball infielder (San Francisco Giants)

1969

Mary Stoker Miss Wisconsin-USA (1996)

1970

Jason Allyn Scott Iowa City IA, rower (Olympics-1996)

1971

Jennifer Lynne Faucette Burlington VT, Miss Vermont-America (1995)

1971

John Bock NFL center (New York Jets, Miami Dolphins)

1973

Tom Tumulty linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals)

1974

Ronnie Ward linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1976

Tony Battie NBA forward (Denver Nuggets)

1977

Jessica Carlson Kalamazoo MI, archer (alternate-Olympics-1996)

1977

Veronica Marie Duka Campbellsville KY, Miss Kentucky-America (1996-Top 10)

1997

Michael Jackson Jr son of Michael Jackson



Died on February 11

1868

Léon Foucault discovers 1st physical proof of Earth's rotation

1899

George Morgan 1st English motorist to die in an motor accident

1968

Howard Lindsay US playwright (State of the Union ), dies at 78

1985

Henry Hathaway actor/director (Nob Hill), dies of heart attack at 86

1993

Joy Garrett actress (Days of Our Lives), dies of liver failure

1994

Sorrell Brooke actor (Mayor Hogg-Dukes of Hazzard), dies at 64

1996

Bob Shaw science fiction writer, dies of cancer at 64

1997

Don Porter actor (Gidget), dies at 84

Uula Bear
03-20-2005, 06:47 PM
Feb 28 birthdays:
1906: Bugsy Siegel
1957: John Turturro
1976:Ali Larter (same year :beer: )
1940: Mario Andretti
1945: Bubba Smith
1955: Gilbert Gottfried
1968: J T Snow
1973: Eric Lindros
1942: Brian Jones
1928: Smokey The Bear

events:
1861: The Territory of Colorado was organized.

1940: The first televised college basketball games were broadcast, by New York City station W2XBS, as Pittsburgh defeated Fordham, 57-to-37, and New York University beat Georgetown, 50-to-27, at Madison Square Garden.

1983: The long-running TV series "M-A-S-H" ended after 11 seasons on CBS with a special 2.5-hour finale that was watched by an estimated 121.6 million people.

1993: A gun battle erupted at a compound near Waco, Texas, when Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents tried to serve warrants on the Branch Davidians; four agents and six Davidians were killed as a 51-day standoff began.

1995: Denver International Airport opened after 16 months of delays and $3.2 billion in budget overruns.

1997: In North Hollywood, California, two heavily armed masked robbers bungled a bank heist and came out firing, unleashing their arsenal on police, bystanders, cars and TV choppers before they were killed.

Also, Elvis Prestly's birthday is the same as my dad's and he died on on my mom's birthday.

BroncosB2B
03-20-2005, 08:01 PM
uula you have the same b-day as my mom

Uula Bear
03-21-2005, 12:15 AM
uula you have the same b-day as my mom

cool, I think you told me that a couple of weeks ago...I was gonna list her as people who I share birthdays with, but I wanted to protect your identity :D

BroncosB2B
03-21-2005, 12:34 AM
cool, I think you told me that a couple of weeks ago...I was gonna list her as people who I share birthdays with, but I wanted to protect your identity :D

don't worry, they have that new amber alert. im cool

TheGlue Factory
03-21-2005, 09:23 AM
The :speech: doctors in Ecuador had to pick the very first Earth day to induce my mom into labor. :mad: Couldn't have waited another day. Oh NO! That baby's gotta come out today darn it!

Environmentalist wackos are draggin' this great country down and they just had to besmirch that day with their :speech: worship of the planet @#$%^#$^&!! (Darn it! Can't use any more smilies! Well @$&%^*&#$!!!)

Johnny Law Man
03-21-2005, 09:41 AM
The :speech: doctors in Ecuador had to pick the very first Earth day to induce my mom into labor. Couldn't have waited another day. Oh NO! That baby's gotta come out today darn it!

Environmentalist wackos are draggin' this great country down and they just had to besmirch that day with their :speech: worship of the planet @#$%^#$^&!! (Darn it! Can't use any more smilies! Well @$&%^*&#$!!!)


Earth day Hmmmm - Kermit the Frog :D

TheGlue Factory
03-21-2005, 10:04 AM
Earth day Hmmmm - Kermit the Frog :D


Did someone mention frogs legs? :laugh:

BroncoManiac_69
03-21-2005, 10:43 AM
Holy Crap RunByDesign. That is one list you have there. :eek:

Mine:

MARCH 13 - A great day to be born! You share this birthday with astronomer Percival Lowell, tunnel engineer Clifford Holland, singer Neil Sedaka, oxygen discoverer Joseph Priestley, publisher/philanthropist Walter Annenberg, astronaut Eugene Cernan, CIA director William Casey, and actresses Dana Delaney and Deborah Raffin. Astrologers say you are a Pisces; sensitive, compassionate, hardworking.

I am going to research events next and edit.

WOW! I must have found the same site as RunByDesign. I have a heck of a list as well. The Tonya Harding thing in 2002 made me giggle.

Birthdays

Joseph Priestley 1733
Charles Earl Grey 1764
Lorenzo Delmonico 1813
Percival Lowell 1855
Helen Sinclair Glatz 1908
Sammy Kaye 1910
L. Ron Hubbard 1911
William Casey 1913
Bobby Haggart 1914
Ina Ray Hutton 1916
Tessie O'Shea 1918
Roy Haynes 1926
Jan Howard 1930
Peter Breck 1930
Liz Anderson 1930
Rosalind Elias 1931
Jan Howard 1932
Mike Stoller 1933
**** Katz 1934
Neil Sedaka 1939
Robin Duke 1944
Donald York (Sha Na Na) 1949
William H. Macy 1950
Fred Berry 1951
Deborah Raffin 1953
Dana Delany 1956
Glenne Headly 1957
Adam Clayton (U2) 1960
Terence Blanchard 1962
Christopher Collet 1968
Tracey Wells 1971
Annabeth Gish 1971
Trent Dilfer 1972
Khujo (Goodie Mob) 1972
Glenn Lewis 1975
Danny Masterson 1976
Emile Hirsch 1985


Misc. History

0483 - St. Felix III began his reign as Pope.
0607 - The 12th recorded passage of Halley's Comet occurred.
1519 - Cortez landed in Mexico.
1639 - Harvard University was named for clergyman John Harvard.
1660 - A statute was passed limiting the sale of slaves in the colony of Virginia.
1777 - The U.S. Congress ordered its European envoys to appeal to high-ranking foreign officers to send troops to reinforce the American army.
1781 - Sir William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus.
1852 - The New York "Lantern" newspaper published the first "Uncle Sam cartoon". It was drawn by Frank Henry Bellew.
1861 - Jefferson Davis signed a bill authorizing slaves to be used as soldiers for the Confederacy.
1868 - The U.S. Senate began the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson.
1877 - Chester Greenwood patented the earmuff.
1878 - The first collegiate golf match was played between Oxford and Cambridge.
1881 - Tsar Alexander II was assassinated when a bomb was thrown at him near his palace.
1884 - Standard time was adopted throughout the U.S.
1900 - In South Africa, British Gen. Roberts took Bloemfontein.
1901 - Andrew Carnegie announced that he was retiring from business and that he would spend the rest of his days giving away his fortune. His net worth was estimated at $300 million.
1902 - In Poland, schools were shut down across the country when students refused to sing the Russian hymn "God Protect the Czar."
1902 - Andrew Carnegie approved 40 applications from libraries for donations.
1908 - The people of Jerusalem saw an automobile for the first time. The owner was Charles Glidden of Boston.
1911 - The U.S. Supreme Court approved corporate tax law.
1915 - The Germans repelled a British expeditionary force attack in France.
1918 - Women were scheduled to march in the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York due to a shortage of men due to wartime.
1925 - A law in Tennessee prohibited the teaching of evolution.
1928 - The St. Francis Dam in California burst and killing 400 people.
1930 - It was announced that the planet Pluto had been discovered by scientist Clyde Tombaugh at the Lowell Observatory.
1933 - U.S. banks began to re-open after a "holiday" that had been declared by President Roosevelt.
1935 - Three-thousand-year-old archives were found in Jerusalem confirming some biblical history.
1940 - The war between Russia and Finland ended with the signing of a treaty in Moscow.
1941 - Adolf Hitler issued an edict calling for an invasion of the U.S.S.R.
1942 - Julia Flikke of the Nurse Corps became the first woman colonel in the U.S. Army.
1943 - Japanese forces ended their attack on the American troops on Hill 700 in Bougainville.
1946 - Reports from Iran indicated that Soviet tanks units were stationed 20 miles from Tehran.
1946 - Premier Tito seized wartime collaborator General Draja Mikhailovich in a cave in Yugoslavia.
1951 - Israel demanded $1.5 billion in German reparations for the cost of caring for war refugees.
1951 - The comic strip "Dennis the Menace" appeared for the first time in newspapers across the country.
1957 - Jimmy Hoffa was arrested by the FBI on bribery charges.
1963 - China invited Soviet President Khrushchev to visit Peking.
1964 - 38 residents of a New York City neighborhood failed to respond to the screams of Kitty Genovese, 28 years old, as she was stabbed to death.
1969 - The Apollo 9 astronauts returned to Earth after the conclusion of a mission that included the successful testing of the Lunar Module.
1970 - A group calling itself "Revolutionary Force 9" took credit for 3 bombs that exploded in New York City.
1970 - Cambodia ordered Hanoi and Viet Cong troops to leave.
1970 - Digital Equipment Corp. introduced the PDP-11 minicomputer.
1972 - "The Merv Griffin Show" debuted in syndication for Metromedia Television.
1974 - The U.S. Senate voted 54-33 to restore the death penalty.
1974 - An embargo imposed by Arab oil-producing countries was lifted.
1980 - A jury in Winamac, IN, found Ford Motor Company innocent of reckless homicide in the deaths of three young women that had been riding in a Ford Pinto.
1988 - The board of trustees off Gallaudet University in Washington, DC, chose I. King Jordan to be its first deaf president. The college is a liberal arts college for the hearing-impaired.
1990 - The U.S. lifted economic sanctions against Nicaragua.
1991 - Exxon paid $1 billion in fines and for the clean-up of the Alaskan oil spill.
1992 - An earthquake in eastern Turkey killed more than 1,000.
1995 - The first United Nations World Summit on Social Development concluded in Copenhagen, Denmark.
1997 - Sister Nirmala was chosen by India's Missionaries of Charity to succeed Mother Teresa as leader of the Catholic order.
1998 - Sgt. Maj. Gene McKinney, at one time the U.S. Army's top enlisted man, was acquitted of pressuring military women for sex. He was convicted of trying to persuade the chief accuser to lie. He was reprimanded and had his rank reduced.
2002 - Fox aired "Celebrity Boxing." Tonya Harding beat Paula Jones, Danny Banaduce beat Barry Williams and Todd Bridges defeated Vanilla Ice.
2003 - Japan sent a destroyer to the Sea of Japan amid reports that North Korea was planning to test an intermediate-range ballistic missile.
2003 - A report in the journal "Nature" reported that scientists had found 350,000-year-old human footprints in Italy. The 56 prints were made by three early, upright-walking humans that were descending the side of a volcano.

urinal_cake
03-21-2005, 11:07 AM
Holidays & Observances - April 19, 2005 (Tuesday):
The first annual Boston Marathon was run in 1897.
The Branch-Davidian’s compound in Waco, Texas burned to the ground in 1993.
The musical "Carousel" opened at the Majestic Theatre in New York City in 1945.
Actress Grace Kelly became Princess Grace of Monaco when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956.
The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, OK was destroyed by a car-bombing. 168 people (including 19 children) died and 490 were injured.

Celebrity Birthdays April 19th:

Don Adams
Kate Hudson, 1979
Ashley Judd, 1968
Jayne Mansfield
Dudley Moore
Hugh O'Brian
**** Sargent, 1933 (actor "Bewitched.") He died July 8, 1994.

Edit:
Let me also add the Oklahoma city bombing occured on this date in 1995
And the Waco Compound burned down in 1994 on the same date...™

spikerman
03-21-2005, 04:07 PM
What famous people share your birthday? Not necessarily year. but day.

Adam Sandler
Michael Keaton
Rachel Hunter (model)
Colonel Sanders (KFC)
Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy (Russian author)
Joe Theisman
Hugh Grant
Macy Gray

Now what famous events have occurred on your birthday?

The Continental Congress officially decided to call their new country the "United States"
California is admitted as a US state
NBC was founded
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is founded (south)
Elvis Presley first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show

Not to pick nits, but the DPRK is North Korea. A good rule of thumb is that if the country has the word "democratic" in it..... it's not. :D

goonies_89
03-21-2005, 04:10 PM
ben affleck and fall of berlin wall

Jared
03-21-2005, 04:49 PM
1600 Charles I king of England (1625-49); executed by Parliament
1752 George Rogers Clark frontier military leader in Revolutionary War
1770 Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen Copenhagen Denmark, sculptor (Dying Lion)
1805 Ferdinand de Lesseps France, diplomat (built Suez Canal)
1831 James A Garfield 20th President (March 4-Sept 19, 1881)
1859 Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov Russia, musician (Armenian Rhapsody)
1888 Jose Raul Capablanca Cuba, world chess champion (1921-27)
1899 Allen Tate US, poet (Mr Pope & Other Poems)
1899 Howard Thurman famous African
1904 Nancy Carroll NYC, actress (Alice-Aldrich Family)
1905 Tommy Dorsey Mahanoy Plane PA, orchestra leader (Stage Show, Mahogany)
1917 Indira Gandhi Allahabad India, Indian PM (1966-77, 1980-84)
1919 Alan Young England, actor (Time Machine, Wilbur Post-Mr Ed)
1919 George Fenneman Peking China, TV announcer (You Bet Your Life)
1921 Roy Campanella Brooklyn Dodger catcher (NL MVP 1951/53/55)
1926 Jeane J Kirkpatrick US ambassador to UN (R)
1933 Larry King radio talk show host "143 Arivadechi" (Larry King Show)
1935 John F Welch Jr Salem MA, CEO (GE)
1936 **** Cavett Kearney NB, talk show host (**** Cavett Show)
1938 Ted Turner broadcasting mogul/owns (Atlanta Braves)/won America's Cup
1939 Garrick Utley Chicago IL, newscaster (1st Tuesday, NBC Weekend)
1941 Dan Haggerty Hollywood CA, actor (Grizzly Adams)
1942 Calvin Klein fashion designer (Calvin Klein Jeans)
1942 Soviet counterattack at Stalingrad
1947 Bob Boone San Diego, catcher (Phillies, Angels)
1949 Ahmad Rashad (Bobby Moore) NFL receiver (Minnesota Vikings)/sportscaster
1949 Mickey Lee Davis Jr Tennessee, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)
1954 Kathleen Quinlan Mill Valley Cal, actress (Rose Garden, Twilight Zone)
1956 Glynis O'Connor NYC, actress (California Dreaming, Ode to Billy Joe)
1956 Scott Jacoby Chicago IL, actor (Bad Ronald, Return to Horror High)
1957 Kathy Sanborn WBL guard (NY Stars)
1957 Otis J Anderson NFL running back (NY Giants, 1990 Superbowl MVP)
1957 Sharon Farrah WBL guard (NY Stars)
196? Matt Sorum rock drummer (Guns 'n' Roses)
1960 "Lovely" Elizabeth Frankfurt KY, WWF's 1st lady of wrestling
1961 Meg Ryan Bethel CT, actress (When Harry Met Sally, As the World Turns)
1962 Jodie Foster Bronx NYC, actress (Taxi Driver, Accused)
1963 Justine Greiner Boston MA, playmate (February, 1984)
1963 Terry Farrell Cedar Rapids Iowa, actress (Laurie-Paper Dolls)
1969 Sarka Lukesov 1st playmate in Czechoslovkian Playboy (May, 1991)
1969 Pelè scores 1,000th goal
1977 Sadat visits Israel
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Deaths which occurred on November 19:
1828 Franz Schubert Austrian composer, died
1887 Emma Lazarus US poet ("Give us your tired & poor"), dies in NY at 38
1971 Bill Stern sportscaster (Saturday Night Fights), dies at 64
1985 Stepin Fetchit 1st black star, dies of pneumonia at 83
1988 Christine Onassis heiress, dies of heart failure at 37

WORM79
03-23-2005, 11:48 AM
I'm not sure who/what shares my birthday, besides one of my friends. My birthday is 420!!!! :D

denverbroncofrk
03-24-2005, 04:42 PM
John Elway
(June 28th)

twotone
03-24-2005, 04:46 PM
i remember seeing a list of people that shared my b-day and i also remember being unimpressed.

it is the name of a band though, 3-11

on a funny tangent, my birthweight was 7-11