Sara Ramirez - 35 (Latina Callie Torres who nailed T.R. Knight's character on "Grey's Anatomy".)
Chris Tucker - 35 ("Rush Hour" clown-ass.) Debbie Gibson - 40 ("Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus" SUPERSTAR!!!)
Edwin Moses - 55 (Track god in the hurdles. From 1977 to 1987, he won 122 races IN A ROW.) TULA - 56
( Six-Foot Transsexual. He-she was an uncredited Bond Girl in 1981's
"For Your Eyes Only" AND he-she was the first post-op transsexual to
pose for "Playboy")
Richard Gere - 61
Van Morrison - 65 (Genius.)
James Coburn - Would have been 82 - (1928 - 2002) (He was Pat Garrett in 1973's "Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid", co-starring Kris Kristofferson and Bob Dylan. That's the movie that gave us the song "Knockin' On Heaven's Door".)
1887 - THOMAS EDISON received a patent for his crazy "Kinetoscope", a strange device that projected MOVING PICTURES.
1888 - Mary Ann Nicholls was found murdered in her London apartment. Her murder was the first slaying committed by JACK THE RIPPER.
1946 - The classic murder mystery "The Big Sleep" was released . . . starring HUMPHREY BOGART and LAUREN BACALL. It was Bogey and Bacall's second film together, and they were married by the time production on the film ended.
1963 - WALTER CRONKITE began his anchorman duties at the CBS Evening News. He retired in 1981. (--He was succeeded by Dan Rather . . . who's since been replaced by Katie Couric.)
1976 - GEORGE HARRISON was found guilty of "SUBCONSCIOUS PLAGIARISM" of the CHIFFONS hit "He's So Fine" in his "My Sweet Lord". After five years of appeals, the decision cost George almost half a million dollars.
1981 - NBC's contract with MILTON BERLE AND HIS GIGANTIC MEMBER finally expired after 30 years. 1985 - RICHARD RAMIREZ, the California "Night Stalker", was captured by the bad-ass, probably-illegal Chicano residents of an East Los Angeles barrio.
1987 - MICHAEL JACKSON released his "Bad" album. 1988 - Actress JULIANNE PHILLIPS filed for divorce from BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, citing irreconcilable back-up singers . . . uhhh . . . DIFFERENCES.
1997 - PRINCESS DIANA, her dashing Arab companion INTERNATIONAL PLAYBOY DODI AL FAYED, and their drunk chauffeur Henri Paul, died in a car crash in Paris.(This actually happened on the overnight . . . it was technically August 31st over in Paris.)
1998 - "Titanic" became the first movie in North America to earn more than $600 MILLION.
1974 - "The Partridge Family" television show ended.
1974 - In federal court, John Lennon testified the Nixon
administration tried to have him deported because of his
involvement with the anti-war demonstrations at the 1972
Republican convention in Miami, FL.
1974 - Carole King's "Jazzman" was released.
1976 - A judge ruled that George Harrison was guilty of copying from
the song "He’s So Fine" (by the Chiffons).
1987 - Michael Jackson's "Bad" video was televised for the first
time on CBS-TV.
1988 - Julianne Phillips filed for divorce from Bruce Springsteen.
1988 - Bob Seger and his wife Annette Sinclair filed for a divorce.
1989 - The Rolling Stones began their first concert tour in eight
years at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, PA.
1991 - Metallica's self-titled album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's pop album chart.
1997 - James Brown became the first U.S. artist to appear in Lebanon following the recent lift of the ban on U.S. travel to the country.
1997 - The Microsoft Network netcast U2's performance in Dublin.
1998 - Noreaga, Vincent Santiago, of the musical group Capone-N-Noreaga
was charged with assault of an unhappy fan in Harrisburg, PA.
1998 - Madonna filed suit against the YMCA to prevent it from building
a high-rise residential tower near Lincoln Center in New York City, NY.
lets see how much money this PR WHORE will pay to beat this rap..her excuse is total Bullcrap.. READ
According to the criminal complaint filed by the Las Vegas District
Attorney, Paris “Wilfully (sic), unlawfully, feloniously, knowingly, and
intentionally possess a controlled substance, to-wit: Cocaine.”
Police wrote in their report that Paris told the officer she was “extremely embarrassed” and needed to used the bathroom “badly” so the officer escorted her into the Wynn.
The officer wrote that Paris was carrying a purse as they went into the Wynn and Hilton told him she needed to put some lip balm on. “As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from the purse and into my hand.” The officer waited for the arrival of a female officer to assist in the search and they removed the “suspected bindle of cocaine,” and then Paris was read her Miranda rights. Paris told the officer that the purse was not hers, and that “she had borrowed it from a friend.”
When the officer asked Hilton whose cocaine it was “she said she had not seen it but now thought it was gum.” Paris told the officer the $1,300 cash and credit card were hers, but “several cosmetic items in the purse were not hers.”
The officer placed Paris under arrest “for possession of a controlled substance cocaine.”
imma be taking lecithin everyday..and drinking some red wine
Sir Cliff, who turns 70 in October, peeled off for his 2011 calendar.
says the secret of his eternal youth is tennis three times a week, two
glasses of red wine a day and a daily dose of lecithin – a supplement
derived from soya beans, meat and eggs – which experts claim restricts
the body’s ability to form fat.
He has also spent three years following the Blood Type diet, which means he no longer eats wheat or dairy products.
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