Alana de la Garza - 36 ( Asst DA Connie Rubirosa on "Law & Order".)
Blake Shelton - 36 (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 - 38 (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 - 41 (Boyz II Men)
Dizzy Reed - 49 (Guns 'N Roses keyboardist.)
Carol Kane - 60 (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 - 60 (International glamour.)
Paul McCartney - 70 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 75
Uday Hussein - Would have been 48 (1964 - 2003) stepson of Son of Satan and prolly wishing he had those 72 virgins ..instead of the 72 pricks going up his arse for eternity
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
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.