Prince Harry of Britain - 28 (He's the younger, wilder, ass-kicking and MUCH BETTER-LOOKING with more hair, son of Charles and Diana. His real name is Henry. He's 3rd in line to the throne.) and he likes to be naked in vegas
Heidi Montag - 26 (Has been Surgically enhanced attention fame whore from MTV's "The Hills".) Absolutley no talent whatsoever. She and Spidey have disappeared under the rock of Reality obscurity.. THANKG GAWD
Tom Hardy - 35 (Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises". You'd also know him as Picard's clone Shinzon in "Star Trek Nemesis", the "forger" Eames in "Inception", and he's the guy they put in the title role for the next "Mad Max" film, which comes out next year.)
Sophie Dahl - 35 Former "plus-size model" [slash] Mick Jagger fornication partner. She's the granddaughter of children's author Roald Dahl . . . and VERY naughty.)
Robin Thicke - 35 (Nowhere near as handsome as his dad ro talented..)
Dan Marino - 52 Miami Dolphins and Isotoner Gloves legend, and THE star of "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective". Now he's an NFL commentator.)
Oliver Stone - 67 (He co-wrote "Conan the Barbarian" and "Scarface", you know.)
Tommy Lee Jones - 67 (He and a very YOUNG AAl Gore were roommates at Harvard.)
Merlin Olsen - Would have been 70 - (1940 - 2010)
NIPSEY RUSSELL!!! - (1918 - 2005)
Penny Singleton - (1908-2003)
(Sexy Jane Jetson's voice on "The Jetsons".)
Roy Acuff - (1903 - 1992) (King of Country Music, and the first living person elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame.)
Agatha Christie - (1890 - 1976) (Murder mystery author.)
1935 The Nuremberg Laws deprived German Jews of their citizenship and made the swastika the official symbol of Nazi Germany.
1940 The Royal Air Force inflicted heavy losses on the Luftwaffe as the tide turned in the Battle of Britain during World War II.
1950 During the Korean War, United Nations forces landed at Inchon in the south and began their drive toward Seoul.
2000 The Summer Olympics opened in Sydney, Australia.
2001 President George W. Bush identified Osama bin Laden as the prime suspect in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, and told Americans to prepare for a long, difficult war against terrorism.
2004 National Hockey League owners agreed to lock out the players. (The 2004-05 season was eventually canceled.)
2005 President George W. Bush, addressing the nation from storm-ravaged New Orleans, acknowledged the government failed to respond adequately to Hurricane Katrina and urged Congress to approve a massive reconstruction program.
2008 Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection – the largest in U.S. history.