Carmelo Anthony - 28 (Denver Nuggets.)
David Burtka - 30 (Lucky bastard who gets to schtupp Neil Patrick Harris ANYTIME HE WANTS TO. He's been on "How I Met Your Mother" a few times, as Scooter. they are parents now.)
Daniel Tosh - 37 (Very funny stand-up comedian who's stuck on Comedy Central video clip show "Tosh-point-oh".)
Mel B. - 37 (Scary nubian Spice from the Spice Girls. Eddie Murphytapped that ass that and TRIED to break away clean. He was THWARTED by his own DNA .. been two years and he still hasn't seen the daughter they pro created.)
Noel Gallagher - 45 (Oasis)
LISA WHELCHEL - 49 mini-plump Blair on "The Facts of Life". Currently advocates such parenting techniques as putting a dab of HOT SAUCE on the tongue of your child when he or she sasses. Dios Mio!!)
Melissa Etheridge - 51 LOVE HER! She's the Mickey rooney of lesbians .(Used to Schtupp Lou Diamond Phillips' ex-wife ANYTIME SHE WANTED TO . . . possibly in the very naughty "scissor" position. I can't keep up with her relationships anymore.)
Adrian Paul - 53 (hunky Duncan McCloud on the "Highlander" TV series.)
Rupert Everett - 53 (Julia Roberts' gay friend in "My Best Friend's Wedding" . . . and the voice of the ambiguously gay Prince Charming in "Shrek 2" and "Shrek the Third". had a facelift and just doesn't look natural anymore.)
Annette Bening - 54 Oscar nominated actress who keeps losing out to CGI infected young actresses not half as talented as she (Gets to schtupp Warren Beatty ANYTIME SHE WANTS TO.)
LaToya Jackson - 56 .((The second-most talented Jackson. Behind Tito.)
Mike Porcaro - 57 (TOTO BASSIST. Remember the monster Toto jams of the '80s??? "Rosanna", "Africa", "Rosanna" AND "Hold the Line (LOVE ISN'T ALWAYS ON TIME)".
John Hinckley - 57 (Shot Ronald Reagan in his failed 1981 assassination attempt. He did it to impress Jodie Foster not knowing at the time that the best way to impress Jodie Foster is to be skilled with "scissors and a U haul franchise")
Danny Elfman - 59 (Oingo Boingo star-turned- awesome movie composer. He scored "Beetlejuice", "Batman", "Sleepy Hollow", "Mission: Impossible", "Men In Black", "Spy Kids", "Spider-Man" and this year's "Alice in Wonderland".)
Rebbie Jackson - 62 (Third-most talented Jackson right behind Tito and LaToya.)
Bob Hope - (1903 - 2003) (Even though his devotion to performing for the U.S. troops is the stuff of legends, he was actually born in ENGLAND. His family emigrated to Cleveland, Ohio, when he was five. We loved him)
John F. Kennedy - (1917 - 1963) (35th President. Assassinated on November 22nd, 1963.)
1942 Bing Crosby recorded Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" in Los Angeles for Decca Records.
1959 - Ray Charles, B.B. King and Jimmy Reed performed for about 9,000 people at Atlanta's Herndon Stadium. It was one of the first outdoor rock festivals.
1963 - Del Shannon's cover of the Beatles' "From Me to You" became the first song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney to appear on the American charts.
1971 - The Rolling Stones' single "Brown Sugar" his #1 in the U.S.
1972 - Paul McCartney released his version of the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had A Little Lamb."
1973 - Tom Bradley was elected the first black mayor of Los Angeles.
1973 - Record executive Clive Davis was fired from Columbia Records for misappropriating $100,000.
1973 - Mike Oldfield released his "Tubular Bells" LP. The title track would later become the theme for "The Exorcist."
1974 - U.S. President Nixon agreed to turn over 1,200 pages of edited Watergate transcripts.
1977 - In Baltimore, Elvis Presley left the stage in the middle of a concert and did not return. It was the first time he terminated a show in this manner.
1978 - In the U.S., postage stamps were raised from 13 cents to 15 cents.
1981 - Prince performed in Europe for the first time.
1987 - George Michael's single "I Want Your Sex" was released.
1990 Boris Yeltsin was elected president of the Russian republic by the Russian parliament.
1997 - Jeff Buckley drowned while swimming with a friend off Mud Island in Memphis.
1999 - The body of Philip "Taylor" Kramer (Iron Butterfly) was found in a valley in Malibu, CA. He had been missing since 1995.
2001 - In New York, four followers of Osama bin Laden were convicted of a global conspiracy to murder Americans. The crimes included the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa that killed 224 people.
2004 A memorial to America's World War II veterans was dedicated on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.