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    The Day You Were Born

    Anything noteworthy happen on your birthday?

    My sister's birthday is Aug 16, the day Elvis died.

    I share a birthday with MLK, Jr. And GIK and Boss. And Jerry Narron. back in the old days, they played SuperBowls on my birthday.

    My mom shared a birthday with Johnny Carson and that's also the day the Military Housing was bombed in Beruit.

    How about you?
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    My birthday is April 13th. Off the top of my head it is Thomas Jeferson's birthday and also I was born on the day Pete Rose collected his first MLB hit.
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    There was a military coup in Afghanistan where the King fled.

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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    Weeelllll, I share the same birthday as Joe Buck, Renée Zellweger, and Jacque Jones, just to name a few...

    April 25th, the integrated circuit is patented. Suez Canal was started, The United States declares war on Spain and according to Wikipedia
    1901 - New York becomes the first U.S. state to require automobile license plates.

    Oh, and the Hubble assumed orbit on that day.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    December 20th

    Branch Rickey was born on the same _date_ as me.

    As was "Bonehead" Fred Merckle, Alan Parsons, Cecil Cooper, Aubrey Huff and David Wright.

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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    April 23

    People who share my birthday:
    Shirley Temple
    Bill Shakespeare
    Michael Moore
    Valerie Bertenelli Van Halen
    Rheal Chormier
    Andruw Jones
    Joanna Krupa [yum]
    Timothy Mcveigh
    Tony Esposito
    James Buchanon [the president]
    Joyce Dewitt
    Roy Orbison
    Chuck Harmon

    Deaths
    James Earl Ray
    Boris Yeltsin
    Johnny Thunders
    William Wordsworth
    Bill Shakespeare [thats right, born and died on the same date]

    1918 -- The Pittman Silver Coinage Act was approved.
    1974 - A Pan American World Airways Boeing 707 crashes in Bali, Indonesia, killing 107. [This is the day I was actually born]
    In 1982 Julio Franco made his MLB debut
    In 1985 Coke changed its formula and introduced New Coke.
    Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd left the charts for the first time in its existence after 741 consecutive weeks on the charts, thats 14 years to you and me boys and girls, coincidentally that was all my life until that point.

    It's also National Beer Day in Germany

    International Book day, to honor Shakespeare.

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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    January 10th-

    George Foreman and I share the same birthday

    And that's about it

    I found out Willie McCovey was born on the same day as me.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    April 23

    People who share my birthday:
    Bill Shakespeare


    International Book day, to honor Shakespeare.
    Shakespeare's birthday is debated. He was christened on April 26, so many scholars observe his birthday as that day (that is the day that I wear my Shakespeare socks every year). He did DIE on April 23, as you say -- we definitely know this -- which accounts for the Book Day, and that's also accredited with a lot of people believing that it was his birthday for a long time.

    In truth, no one really knows when he was born. It was before April 26 but not too far before, so April 23 is certainly possible. But people anymore traditionally observe it the 25th or 26th.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    September 16th

    Tom Browning pitched his perfect game on my 22nd birthday.

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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    On my birthday, April 7:

    0: Jesus crucified (scholar's estimates) or not (some scholars disagree)
    1906: Italian volcano 'Versuvius' erupts
    1933: Prohibition was repealed for beer of no more than 3.2% alcohol by weight, eight months before the ratification of XXI amendment.
    1938: LSD is first synthesized.
    1949: The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific premieres in New York City.
    1969: The Internet's symbolic birth date: publication of RFC 1.



    I share a birthday with:

    * 1506 - Saint Francis Xavier, Spanish founder of the Society of Jesus (d. 1552)
    * 1539 - Tobias Stimmer, Swiss painter and drawer, (d. 1584)
    * 1613 - Gerhard Douw, Dutch painter (d. 1675)
    * 1644 - François de Neufville, duc de Villeroi, French soldier (d. 1730)
    * 1648 - John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, English statesman and poet (d. 1721)
    * 1652 - Pope Clement XII (d. 1740)
    * 1718 - Hugh Blair, Scottish preacher and man of letters (d. 1800)
    * 1727 - Michel Adanson, French botanist (d. 1806)
    * 1763 - Domenico Dragonetti, Italian composer
    * 1770 - William Wordsworth, English poet (d. 1850)
    * 1772 - Charles Fourier, French philosopher (d. 1837)
    * 1803 - Flora Tristan, French feminist and socialist philosopher (d. 1844)
    * 1803 - James Curtiss, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1859)
    * 1848 - Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury (d. 1930)
    * 1859 - Walter Camp, sports authority known as the "Father of American Football" (d. 1925)
    * 1860 - Will Keith Kellogg, American cereal manufacturer (d. 1951)
    * 1867 - Holger Pedersen, Danish linguist (d. 1953)
    * 1870 - Gustav Landauer, German anarchist and revolutionary (d. 1919)
    * 1873 - John McGraw, American baseball player and manager (d. 1934)
    * 1883 - Gino Severini, Italian painter (d. 1966)
    * 1886 - Ed Lafitte, American baseball player (d. 1971)
    * 1889 - Gabriela Mistral, Chilean writer, Nobel laureate (d. 1957)
    * 1890 - Marjory Stoneman Douglas, American conservationist and writer (d. 1998)
    * 1891 - Ole Kirk Christiansen, Danish inventor (d. 1958)
    * 1893 - Allen Dulles, American Central Intelligence Agency director (d. 1969)
    * 1897 - Walter Winchell, American broadcaster and journalist (d. 1972)
    * 1899 - Robert Casadesus, French pianist (d. 1972)
    * 1908 - Percy Faith, Canadian composer and musician (d. 1976)
    * 1909 - Robert Charroux, French writer (d. 1978)
    * 1911 - Hervé Bazin, French writer (d. 1996)
    * 1915 - Stanley Adams, American actor (d. 1977)
    * 1915 - Billie Holiday, American singer (d. 1959)
    * 1915 - Henry Kuttner, American writer (d. 1958)
    * 1916 - Anthony Caruso, American actor (d. 2003)
    * 1917 - R.G. Armstrong, American actor
    * 1918 - Bobby Doerr, American baseball player
    * 1919 - Edoardo Mangiarotti, Italian fencer
    * 1919 - Roger Lemelin, Quebec novelist and television writer (d. 1992)
    * 1920 - Ravi Shankar, Indian sitar player
    * 1922 - Mongo Santamaria, Cuban musician (d. 2003)
    * 1924 - Johannes Mario Simmel, Austrian writer
    * 1927 - Babatunde Olatunji, Nigerian drummer (d. 2003)
    * 1928 - James Garner, American actor
    * 1928 - Alan J. Pakula, American film producer and director (d. 1998)
    * 1928 - James White, Northern Irish science fiction writer (d. 1999)
    * 1929 - Bob Denard, French soldier
    * 1930 - Andrew Sachs, English actor
    * 1931 - Donald Barthelme, American author
    * 1933 - Wayne Rogers, American actor
    * 1934 - Ian Richardson, Scottish actor (d. 2007)
    * 1935 - Bobby Bare, American musician
    * 1935 - Hodding Carter III, American journalist and politician
    * 1936 - Jean-Pierre Changeux, French neuroscientist
    * 1938 - Jerry Brown, American politician
    * 1938 - Spencer Dryden, American drummer (Jefferson Airplane) (d. 2005)
    * 1938 - Freddie Hubbard, American jazz trumpeter
    * 1939 - Francis Ford Coppola, American film director
    * 1939 - Sir David Frost, English broadcaster and TV host
    * 1941 - Gorden Kaye, British actor
    * 1944 - Julia Phillips, American film producer and writer (d. 2002)
    * 1944 - Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor of Germany
    * 1944 - Bill Stoneman, American baseball player and manager
    * 1945 - Martin Lewis, British newsreader
    * 1945 - Megas, Icelandic singer, songwriter and writer
    * 1945 - Joël Robuchon, French chef
    * 1945 - Werner Schroeter, German film director
    * 1946 - Colette Besson, French runner (d. 2005)
    * 1947 - Patricia Bennett, American singer (The Chiffons)
    * 1947 - Eliseo Soriano, Philippine evangelist
    * 1948 - Carol Douglas, American singer
    * 1949 - John Oates, American musician (Hall & Oates)
    * 1951 - Janis Ian, American singer and songwriter
    * 1954 - Jackie Chan, Hong Kong actor
    * 1954 - Tony Dorsett, American football player
    * 1955 - Werner Stocker, German actor (d. 1993)
    * 1956 - Annika Billström, Swedish politician
    * 1956 - Christopher Darden, American O.J. Simpson prosecutor
    * 1957 - Kim Kap-su, South Korean actor
    * 1961 - Pascal Olmeta, French footballer
    * 1962 - Andrew "Andy" Hampsten, American cyclist
    * 1962 - Hugh O'Connor, American actor (d. 1995)
    * 1962 - Alain Robert, French rock and urban climber
    * 1963 - Jaime de Marichalar, duke of Lugo, Spanish royalty
    * 1964 - Russell Crowe, New Zealand actor
    * 1965 - Bill Bellamy, American actor and comedian
    * 1965 - Alison Lapper, British artist
    * 1966 - Gary Wilkinson, English snooker player
    * 1967 - Artemis Gounaki, composer, writer and music producer
    * 1969 - Ricky Watters, American football player
    * 1970 - Leif Ove Andsnes, Norwegian pianist
    * 1971 - Guillaume Depardieu, French actor
    * 1971 - Victor Kraatz, Canadian figure skater
    * 1971 - Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, American actress
    * 1971 - Rob Steele, American author
    * 1973 - Carole Montillet, French skier
    * 1973 - Ève Salvail, Canadian model
    * 1975 - Ronde Barber, American football player
    * 1975 - Tiki Barber, American football player
    * 1975 - Ronnie Belliard, American baseball player
    * 1976 - Kevin Alejandro, American actor
    * 1977 - Silvana Arias, Peruvian actress
    * 1977 - Guido van der Werve, Dutch Visual Artist
    * 1978 - Vladimir Voltchkov, Belarusian tennis player
    * 1979 - Tony Malone, British designer and activist
    * 1979 - Adrián Beltré, Dominican baseball player
    * 1982 - Sonjay Dutt, Indian American professional wrestler
    * 1992 - Ghufran Ali, Famous Musician also known as DJ Gbutt
    * 2007 - Princess Haalah bint Hashim, of Jordan
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    I share a birthday with Nicky Hilton and a birthdate with Kate Winslet.

    On my birthdate, the Reds beat the Pirates 6-1 in games 2 of the NLCS. Tony Perez hit a home run and is thus, my favorite Red since birth.

    Legend has it that my dad had to stop at the store to buy batteries to ensure that he would be able to listen to the game on the radio while I was being born.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    I have a printout of the front page of the Dallas Morning News from the day I was born hanging on the wall of my office. (Courtesy of the online newspaper database at my local public library.) There wasn't much happening in the world that day, so it's a good thing I came along.

    My birthday buddies are Clint Eastwood, Joe Namath and Brooke Shields. I don't have any famous birth date buddies.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    My birthday is April 5 (lots of April ones so far).

    I share a birthday with:

    Colin Powell
    Gregory Peck
    Bette Davis
    Spencer Tracy
    Booker T. Washington

    and last but not least, Frank "Riddler" Gorshin.

    Kurt Cobain offed himself on my birthday.

    Douglas MacArthur, Howard Hughes and Allen Ginsberg also died on April 5th.
    Last edited by RichRed; 08-17-2007 at 01:58 PM.
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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    April 18, off the top of my head:
    Paul Revere made his little horsie ride.
    San Fransisco got all shook up.
    The House That Ruth Built officially opened.
    Doolittle leads the raid to Tokyo

    Born:
    James Woods
    Melissa Jo Hart
    Zimbabwe
    Doug Flynn (the real one)
    Sam Crawford
    Clarence Darrow
    Rick Moranis
    Julia Roberts' brother
    Conan O'Brien
    Mary Birdson (Reno 911) was born the same year
    ditto for David Hewlett (Stargate Atlantis)
    Rico Brogna
    Brady Clark
    Miguel Cabrera

    Deaths:
    Einstein
    Julius Caesar (wait, I thought it was the Ides of March...oh...wrong Caesar - this one was an English judge in the 17th century)
    Moreau
    Ernie Pyle

    OK, I looked some of that up.

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    Re: The Day You Were Born

    February 22, 1983 (Carlos Fisher of the Chattanooga Lookouts birthdate)

    Tennessee abolishes slavery
    Elvis enters the music charts for the first time
    The Beatles record together for the last time
    U.S.A. completes the "Miracle on Ice"
    Dolly was successfully cloned

    Birthdays:
    George Washington (d. 1799)
    Ted Kennedy
    Sparky Anderson
    Julius Erving
    Steve Irwin (d. 2006)
    Vijay Singh
    Bradley Nowell (d. 1996)
    James Blunt
    Drew Barrymore

    Deaths:
    Andy Warhol

    It is celebrated by Boy and Girl Scouts as "World Thinking Day".


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