Audrina Patridge - 27 (unemployed Fame whore and another untalented twat from "The Hills" who likes to pose naked and slowly sliding under the rock of reality obscurity )
Rosario Dawson - 33 (You can see her in "Men In Black 2", "Sin City", "Clerks II", "Grindhouse: Death Proof" and "Josie and the Pussycats".)
Billy Joel - 63 (The hero of every Jewish guy on Long Island.) (Aka just about every guy on Long Island.)
Candice Bergen - 66 (The super fabulous undisputed star of "Boston Legal" ,"Murphy Brown" and "Miss Congeniality"!)
big bad asshole JOHN ASHCROFT!!! - 70 (Former Attorney General , asswipe and singer of "Let The Eagles Soar" the follow-up to his super-smash hit "Blessed Be That City".Hide your wives.. hide your naked marble statues..cuz christians like him dont like titties! Titties are Satan's Amusement park ride)
Albert Finney - 76 (Brilliant British actor who's been making films since 1960 .but most people only remember him from his role as Ed Masry in "Erin Brockovich".)
Dave Gahan - 50 (Depeche Mode's lead singer. He's cheated death FOUR times in four different ways: Survived a heart attack in 1993, slashing his wrists in 1995, overdosing on a speedball in 1996 and a malignant bladder tumor last year.)
John Corbett - 51 (Aidan, the guy Sarah Jessica Parker's character nailed on "Sex and the City" . . . Chris, the disc jockey, on "Northern Exposure" . . . and the non-Greek groom in "My Big Fat Greek Wedding". He schtupps Bo Derek anytime he wants.)
Calvin Murphy - 64 (NBA Hall of Famer who we normally wouldn't give a rats ass about . . . cept that i'm pretty sure he holds the competitive title of Athlete With Most Illegitimate Kids!!! He has FOURTEEN mutha fukin children with NINE different women. WTF?)
Tommy Roe - 70 (The 3 songs "Sheila", "Dizzy" and "Sweet Pea"!)
James L. Brooks - 71 (One of the three men who developed "The Simpsons". He also co-created "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Taxi". KA CHING)
Mike Wallace - would have been 93 (Ancient, ancient opinionated angry old man who retired from "60 Minutes" 5 years ago.
J.M. Barrie - (1860 - 1937) - The man who wrote "Peter Pan". (fact: He gets full credit for anyone you know named WENDY. Before he called one of his "Peter Pan" characters "Wendy," NO ONE was giving their daughter that name. ya think his estate get royalites for every friggin hamburger sold)
1899 - The LAWN MOWER was patented
1961 - In a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters, FCC chairman Newton N. Minow condemned TELEVISION programming as a "VAST WASTELAND"
1962 - Brian Epstein met with EMI producer George Martin. Martin signed the Beatles to record demos on June 4, 1962. It was their first recording contract.
1964 - Chuck Berry began his first British tour.
1965 - Vladimir Horowitz played his first public concert in 12 years at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
1967 - "Damito Jo Day" was celebrated in her hometown of Austin, TX.
1970 - The Blues Images "Ride Captain Ride" was released.
1973 - Mick Jagger added $150,000 of his own money to the $350,000 raised by the Rolling Stones' January benefit concert for victims of a Nicaraguan earthquake.
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1978 - Fee Waybill (Tubes) fell of a stage during a show in England, resulted in a broken leg.
1986 - Herschel Bernardi, the voice of "CHARLIE THE TUNA" AND "THE JOLLY GREEN GIANT", died at age 63.
1988 - Prince's 10th album was released entitled "Lovesexy." Some stores refused to sell the album due to the nude portrait that was on the cover.
1989 - LORRIE "WHORRIE" MORGAN was widowed when her second husband, country music legend KEITH WHITLEY, died at home of an alcohol overdose at age 33. She non-fatally married three more times.
1989 - Vice President DAN QUAYLE said in a UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND speech: "What a waste it is to lose one's mind" instead of the fund's actual motto . . . "A mind is terrible thing to waste."
1990 - Sinead O'Connor refused to perform on "Saturday Night Live" after Andrew Dice Clay was named as host.
1998 - Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page were musical guests on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." They performed their collaboration "Come To Me."
1998 - Lester Butler died at the age of 39 of a drug overdose.
2000 - A U.S. federal appeals court upheld a $5.4 million jury decision that Michael Bolton had plagiarized parts of the song "Love is a Wonderful Thing." The original song, of the same name, was released in 1966 by the Isley Brothers.
2002 - It was announced that Ozzy Osbourne and his family had signed deal that included two books