NEIL PATRICK HARRIS - 39 (fabulously fantastic TONY HOST. You can see him on "How I Met Your Mother" . or performing a musical number at basically every awards show.cuz he screams AWESOMENESS!)
Ice Cube - 43 (Star of "Are We There Yet?" and "Are We Done Yet?" Whatever he used to do, career-wise, seems like a distant memory. his ass is prolly CHILLIN.)
Courteney Cox- 48 (no longer with gorgeous recovering David Arquette..but they still date.Sh'es on Cougartown)
Helen Hunt - 49 (Star of "Mad About You" and "As Good As It Gets", )
Mary Carey - 32 (The mattress actress who ran for governor of California against Schwarzenegger. they could compete in a sex off.)
Jake Busey - 41 (WHO?.)
Leah Remini - 42 (Carrie on "King of Queens" . and Stacey Carosi from the "Saved By the Bell" episodes where the gang worked at a Malibu resort for the summer.)
Julie Hagerty - 57 (Elaine the stewardess in "Airplane!")
Jim Belushi - 58 (lucky ass talentless brother of John belushi who keeps working)
Steve Walsh - 61 (Singer from Kansas. The band, not the state. He was actually born in Missouri. And now lives in Georgia.)
RUSSELL HITCHCOCK - 63 (One-half of AIR SUPPLY! what does his hair look like now?)
Jim Varney - (1949 - 2000) (He WAS the great and powerful "Ernest", and Slinky Dog in the "Toy Story" movies.) (In "Toy Story 3", Slinky Dog is voiced by Blake Clark . . . the guy who played Farmer Fran in "The Waterboy".)
Waylon Jennings - (1937 - 2002) (Bad-ass outlaw renegade country legend . . . AND "The Balladeer" on "Dukes of Hazzard".)
Harry Nilsson - (1941 - 1994) (The man behind "Everybody's Talkin'" Coconut" .and, most importantly, "WITHOUT YOU".)
1215 - KING JOHN put his seal to the MAGNA CARTA. Even though it only helped rich barons, it paved the way for future laws restricting a king's power. Helping RICH people only? sounds like Mitt Romney law..
1752 - BEN FRANKLIN flies a kite turning a thunderstorm to prove that lightning and electricity are the same thing.
1775 - GEORGE WASHINGTON was appointed the first commander-in-chief of the new U.S. ARMY.
1836 - ARKANSAS BECAME THE 25TH STATE.
1844 - CHARLES GOODYEAR received a patent for his process to vulcanize, or strengthen, rubber.
1869 - The patent for CELLULOID was given to Wesley and Isaiah Hyatt of Albany, New York. )
1956 - A 15-year-old JOHN LENNON MEETS a 13-year-old PAUL MCCARTNEY for the first time, when Lennon's rock group Quarrymen performed at a dinner at McCartney's church.
1969 - "HEE HAW" PREMIERS on CBS! It would stay on CBS for three years, then do SEVENTEEN MORE in syndication.
1976 - The HOUSTON ASTRODOME has its first and only RAINED OUT GAME.
1990 - "Dick Tracy", starring WARREN BEATTY, was released. It had a ton of hype and merchandising before it was released . . . but ended up disappointing pretty much everyone who saw it.
1992 - TOM CRUISE immortalized his footprints at the Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
1992 - Blindly relying on a faulty flash card, VICE PRESIDENT DAN QUAYLE instructed a New Jersey elementary school student to spell "potato" as "POTATOE" during a spelling bee.
1994 - "The Lion King" opened in theaters. It made $42 MILLION its opening weekend.
1995 - At the O.J. SIMPSON MURDER TRIAL, Simpson channeled all the acting skills hehe learned during the filming of "The Naked Gun", and "struggled" like a mutha fuka to put on a pair of gloves that prosecutors said were worn by NICOLE and RON GOLDMAN'S killer.
1996 - ELLA FITZGERALD died from diabetes in Beverly Hills, at the age of 78.
2006 A divided Supreme Court made it easier for police to barge into homes and seize evidence without knocking or waiting.
2006 Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said he would transition from day-to-day responsibilities at the company to concentrate on
the charitable work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
2007 Bob Barker ended his 35-year run as host of the CBS game show "The Price Is Right."