Alana de la Garza - 37 ( Asst DA Connie Rubirosa on "Law & Order".)
Blake Shelton - 37 (Country singer who gets to Schtupp Miranda Lambert. he is also an Arrogant Judge on THE VOICE witha a better then thou attitude,)
Ray LaMontagne - 39 (Before music business, he was working double shifts at a shoe factory in New Hampshire. Then he realized he wasn't a 10-year-old child from vietnam . . . quit
Nathan Morris - 42 (Boyz II Men)
Dizzy Reed - 50 (Guns 'N Roses keyboardist.)
Carol Kane - 61 (She is Quirly and we love her. Latka's wife, Simka, on "Taxi" Miracle Max's [Billy Crystal's] wife in "The Princess Bride".)
Isabella Rossellini - 61 (International glamour.)
Paul McCartney - 71 Legend who played for some boy band and was married to a one legged nut job Heather Mills..but found love with another rich woman who does't want his money.
Roger Ebert - 70 (Legendary movie critic. Thyroid cancer took his ability to speak, so a company called CereProc took all of his old "Siskel & Ebert" footage and made him a text-to-speech computer that talks IN HIS OWN VOICE.)
Jay Rockefeller, U.S. senator, D-W.Va., turns 76
Roger Ebert - woulda have been 71 (Legendary movie critic. Thyroid cancer took his ability to speak, so a company called CereProc took all of his old "Siskel & Ebert" footage and made him a text-to-speech computer that talked IN HIS OWN VOICE.)
Lech Kaczynski - (1949 - 2010) - (Polish president who died last year when the Polish Air Force plane he was riding in crashed in Russia. His wife was with him and also died in the crash.)
1682 - WILLIAM PENN founded the city of PHILADELPHIA and called it "THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE".
1873 - SUSAN B. ANTHONY was fined $100 for attempting to vote in the 1872 presidential election (between Ulysses S. Grant and Horace Greeley). She refused to pay the fine. And 47 years later ..women finally could vote.
1928 Aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean as she completed a flight from Newfoundland to Wales in about 21 hours.
1948 - Columbia Records unveiled its new "LONG-PLAYING" PHONOGRAPH RECORDS (LPs) in New York City. The new disc turned at 33 1/3 revolutions per
minute, offering superior sound quality and fewer interruptions than 78 rpm records.
1967 - The JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE made their U.S. debut at the Monterey Pop Festival. At the end of their set, Jimi set his guitar on fire and became an overnight superstar. He capitalized on the newfound fame by opening for THE MONKEES.
1977 - SEX PISTOLS members PAUL COOK and JOHNNY ROTTEN were
stabbed by men who found the group's song "God Save The Queen" offensive.
1983 - SALLY RIDE became America's FIRST WOMAN IN
SPACE. (--For the record, the first-ever woman in space was a Russian
cosmonaut named Valentina Tereshkova in 1963 SHHS! but let's pretend that
never happened. damn Commies)
1987 - BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN officially separated from his wife JULIANNE
PHILLIPS after photos of Springsteen with backup singer PATTI SCIALFA
appeared on "Entertainment Tonight." Bruce and Patti are still together.STILL
1987 - A woman sued Motley Crue for $5,000 claiming that she lost her hearing because a concert was too loud.
1998 - David Cassidy began selling a two-CD set exclusively on the cable TV shopping network QVC
2000 - TIGER WOODS won the U.S. Open by a record 15 strokes. And then, most likely, celebrated by receiving a good deal of stroking from whatever random white trash waitress or stripper he could find that night.
Carey Hart - 38 (Professional motocrosser who's married to Pink. They're back together and doing it regularly. .)
Alex Winter- 48 (Bill S. Preston, Esquire in "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure". APB on Alex Winter. Somebody look under the various members of Dogstar.)
Mark Burnett - 53 (He's the producer behind reality shows like "Survivor", "Rock Star", "Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?" and "The Apprentice". He's married to "Touched By an Angel" chick Roma Downey.)
Lucie Arnaz - 62 (Famous for being Lucy and Desi's daughter.)
Camilla Parker-Bowles - 66 (Prince Charles Schtupps her real good and gives her LOTS of Sugar cubes and hay.)
Diahann Carroll - 78 (One of the First TV Nubian goddesses. In the 1960s she was engaged to Sidney Poitier. But she then tasted the sweet flavors of the interracially-taboo white chocolate . . . and married crooner Vic Damone in 1987.)
Donald Sutherland - 78 (Great actor. Mediocre reproducer. He sired Kiefer Sutherland.)
PHYLLIS DILLER - (July 17, 1917 – August 20, 2012 would have been 96 (Comedy genius The indefatigable nonagenarian finally put out an autobiography in 2005 and entitled it "Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse", which pretty much says it all when recalling the misfit life and career of the fabulous, one-of-a-kind Phyllis Diller. It may inspire all those bored, discouraged and/or directionless housewives out there to know that the one-time 37-year-old chief bottle washer and diaper disposer of six started out writing comedy routines for her fellow female laundry mates as a sort of reprieve from what she considered her everyday household doldrums. Little did she know she would wind up an entertainment legend who would share the biggest comedy stages with the likes of Bob Hope, George Burns and Jack Benny.!!)
ART LINKLETTER!!! Would have been 101 - (1912 - 2010) (If you have to ask you are OUT of the loop, Cletus. OUT OF IT.)
Vince Guaraldi - (1928 - 1976) (Jazz pianist who did the "Peanuts" music.)
James Cagney - (1899 - 1986)
1945 President Harry S. Truman, Soviet leader Josef Stalin and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill began meeting at Potsdam in the final Allied summit of World War II.
1948 Southern Democrats opposed to the party's position on civil rights met in Birmingham, Ala., to endorse South Carolina Gov. Strom Thurmond for president.
1955 Disneyland opened in Anaheim, Calif.
1959 Jazz singer Billie Holiday died at age 44.
1961 Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb died at age 74.
1967 Jazz saxophonist and composer John Coltrane died at age 40.
1996 TWA Flight 800, a Boeing 747 bound for Paris, exploded and crashed off Long Island, N.Y., shortly after leaving John F. Kennedy International Airport. All 230 people aboard were killed.
1997 Woolworth Corp. closed its last 400 five-and-dime stores, laying off 9,200 employees.
2000 Bashar Assad succeeded his late father, Hafez Assad, becoming Syria's 16th head of state.
2009 Former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite died at age 92.
Diablo Cody - 35 Academy Award winning stripper who wrote "Juno". Since then, she created the Showtime TV series "United States of Tara" and wrote the Megan Fox horror movie "Jennifer's Body"
Steffi Graf - 44 (Tennis chick. Remember back in 1993 when Monica Seles got STABBED during a match? The guy who stabbed her did it because he was so obsessed with Steffi, he thought taking out Monica would help her..)
Yasmine Bleeth - 45 "Baywatch" bimbo who let RICHARD "I lost my hair " GRIECO get away. They used to date.
Boy George - 52 (NO GAG MECHANISM..do you really want to swaaaalloooow meeeeeee)
Donald Trump - 67 the only millionaire who uses a Flowbie.
MARLA GIBBS! - 82 (Florence on "The Jeffersons" and Mary on "227". She was sass with class.)
Che Guevara - (1928 - 1967) - (Argentinian Revolutionary turned T-shirt icon.)
1775 The United States Army was founded.
1777 The Continental Congress in Philadelphia adopted the Stars and Stripes as the national flag.
1811 Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," was born in Litchfield, Conn.
1846 A group of U.S. settlers in Sonoma proclaimed the Republic of California. A bunch of drunks in wine country
1922 Warren G. Harding became the first president heard on radio, as Baltimore station WEAR broadcast his speech dedicating the Francis Scott Key memorial at Fort McHenry.
1928 The Republican National Convention nominated Herbert Hoover for president.(And we know how that workked out)
1942 - ANNE FRANK starts writing her diary. Her father gave her the diary two days earlier for her 13th birthday. Her family would go into hiding less than a month later and be betrayed, captured and murdered by the Nazis two years later.
1942 - DISNEY releases "Bambi", traumatizing millions of children.
1940 - The Nazis opened their concentration camp at Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland.
1953 - Elvis Presley graduated from L.C. Humes High School in Memphis, TN.
1961 - Country legend PATSY CLINE sustained serious head injuries and a broken hip after she was thrown through the windshield during a car accident in Madison, Tennessee. She recovered, but died in a plane crash two years later.
1965 - Paul McCartney recorded "Yesterday."
1971 - In London, the first Hard Rock Cafe opened.
1976 - "The Gong Show" debuted on NBC and in syndication
1985 - The 17-day hijacking of TWA flight 847 began. The hijackers were Lebanese Shiite Muslim extremists
1988 - The Fat Boys filed a $5 million law suit against Miller Beer and Joe Piscopo for using their likeness in a Miller Lite "Rappin "Fats" Piscopo commercial.
1989 - Zsa Zsa Gabor was arrested in Beverly Hills for slapping a motorcycle policeman. NOW she doesn't have a leg to stand on..ok..well one anyway
1994 - Henry Mancini died at age 70.
1995 - Michael Jackson appeared on TV with his wife Lisa Marie Presley in a live interview with Diane Sawyer.and we all gagged.
2002 - In Lubbock, TX, a power failure ended a Britney Spears concert after only two songs.Of course it ended bitch can't sing without her tracks. It was a godsend to many and they did't even know.