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2 days ago  ::  Jan 23, 2015 - 2:23PM #10331
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,689

Jan 2, 2014 -- 2:29PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On December 11, 1964, in response to a reported shooting, officers of the Los Angeles Police Department were dispatched to the Hacienda Motel, where they found Sam Cooke dead on the office floor, shot three times in the chest by the motel's manager, Bertha Franklin. GREAT SINGER! certainly one of the greatest singer/song writers of all time..."A Change Is Gonna Come"
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Born December  11
1475 - Pope Leo X, [Giovanni deMedici], Florence, Italy (1513-21) – one more for the list very od looking cap if I recall
1725 - George Mason, statesman – namesake of the University
1757 - Charles Wesley, composer – son of the great hymn composer
1863 - Annie Jump Cannon, Dover Delware, US stellar spectroscopist (Harvard-classification) – what a name indeed!...first stellar spectroscopist
1889 - Paul Kornfeld, writer – good name for a farmer hahaha definitely
1912 - Carlo Ponti, Magenta, Lombardy, Italian producer (Marriage Italian Style, Doctor Zhivago) – vinegar maker??
1926 - Big Mama Thornton, blues singer (Ball & Chain, Stronger than Dirt)
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1931 - Rita Moreno, [Rosita Dolores Alverío], Humacao, Puerto Rico, singer, dancer and actress (West Side Story) – “a boy like that, he kill your brother” she was wnderful...really lived the role
1935 - Ron Carey, (Ronald Cicenia) Newark NJ, actor (Barney Miller) great show...great character
1940 - Donna Mills, Chicago, Illinois, American actress (Knots Landing, Incident) – pretty lady
1943 - John Kerry, Aurora, Colorado, politician/2004 presidential nominee – swift boat isn't he the Secretary of...aah, State?
1944 - Brenda Lee, [Brenda Mae Tarpley], Lithonia Ga, singer (I'm Sorry)
1944 - Lynda Day George, San Marcos Tx, actress (Casey-Mission Impossible) – another pretty lady had a huge crush on her just before I met Pam...I remember because the poster had to come down...hahaha
1944 - Teri Garr, Lakewood, Ohio, American actress (Mr. Mom, Young Frankenstein) – very funny and pretty yes and yes
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1953 - Ken Wahl, actor (Wise Guys) – entertaining show I have never watched this show
1954 - Jermaine Jackson, Gary Indiana, singer (Jackson 5-ABC) - ehhh ditto
1965 - Jay Bell, Eglin AFB FL, infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)
1968 - Derek Bell, Tampa Florida, outfielder (Houston Astros)
1970 – Taco Bell stop being such a silly fool...
1972 - Francisco Rodriguez, Brooklyn NY, pitcher (Minnesota Twins) K- Rod?
1979 - Rider Strong, San Francisco, CA, actor, writer and director (Boy Meets World) – nice show




"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
2 days ago  ::  Jan 23, 2015 - 2:25PM #10332
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,689

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strange cap, don't you think?...goodness, Leo X could use a shave...

"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
2 days ago  ::  Jan 23, 2015 - 4:17PM #10333
bomberhojoe
Posts: 10,479

Jan 13, 2015 -- 1:11PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Born April 13


1743 - Thomas Jefferson, Virginia, 3rd President of the United States (1801-09) – key figure in our countries architecture yes indeed, he was a Renaissance Man...did many, many things and was very accomplished at all of them...much admired...have a replica of his grandfather clock standing on the landing of our stairwell...sadly, it's not keeping time and Pam won't allow the clocksmith I prefer in the house anymore...scares her well we can;t have a clocksmith scaring her, now can we?? precisely, so I just pretend it works and twice a day it keeps perfect time...the guy is harmless but he does havesort of a Marty Feldman look about him well I can certainly understand Pam's concern
1852 - F.W. Woolworth, businessman – may I please have an eggcream? oh my what great memories had wonderful "soda fountains"...would sit at the counter on the swivel tools...didn't have eggcreams though?...not in our area...we had "phosphates" and vanilla and cherrry cokes well thats a shame it truly is...never had an egg cream...sound terrific here ya go , pal

1866 - Butch Cassidy, [Robert LeRoy Parker], American desperado (Wild Bunch Passage) – friend of the Sundance Kid who was who? Cassidy was Butch.oh my goodness! this goes straight to the wall...btw, thanks for clearing that up well I do my best

1983 - Hunter Pence, American baseball player great name...sounds like he ought to be a country singer...speaking of  American Idols and country singers is everyone excited about  Carrie Underwood and the Sound of Music...I understand she absolutely nails the "goatherd" song...yoddling her heart out! I am a HUGE Carrie U fan. isn't everyone? btw, this was a very good presentation...much better than this year's live presentation of Preter Pan??? I thought it was pertty good, I did not watch Preter Pan

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
17 hours ago  ::  Jan 24, 2015 - 6:15PM #10334
FW57Clipper51
Posts: 11,745

Jan 23, 2015 -- 2:23PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Jan 2, 2014 -- 2:29PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On December 11, 1964, in response to a reported shooting, officers of the Los Angeles Police Department were dispatched to the Hacienda Motel, where they found Sam Cooke dead on the office floor, shot three times in the chest by the motel's manager, Bertha Franklin. GREAT SINGER! certainly one of the greatest singer/song writers of all time..."A Change Is Gonna Come"
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Born December  11
1475 - Pope Leo X, [Giovanni deMedici], Florence, Italy (1513-21) – one more for the list very od looking cap if I recall
1725 - George Mason, statesman – namesake of the University Was he a Free Mason?
1757 - Charles Wesley, composer – son of the great hymn composer
1863 - Annie Jump Cannon, Dover Delware, US stellar spectroscopist (Harvard-classification) – what a name indeed!...first stellar spectroscopist
1889 - Paul Kornfeld, writer – good name for a farmer hahaha definitely
1912 - Carlo Ponti, Magenta, Lombardy, Italian producer (Marriage Italian Style, Doctor Zhivago) – vinegar maker?? Married Sophie Loren
1926 - Big Mama Thornton, blues singer (Ball & Chain, Stronger than Dirt) Aslo did a little number called Hound Dog
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1931 - Rita Moreno, [Rosita Dolores Alverío], Humacao, Puerto Rico, singer, dancer and actress (West Side Story) – “a boy like that, he kill your brother” she was wnderful...really lived the role
1935 - Ron Carey, (Ronald Cicenia) Newark NJ, actor (Barney Miller) great show...great character
1940 - Donna Mills, Chicago, Illinois, American actress (Knots Landing, Incident) – pretty lady
1943 - John Kerry, Aurora, Colorado, politician/2004 presidential nominee – swift boat isn't he the Secretary of...aah, State?
1944 - Brenda Lee, [Brenda Mae Tarpley], Lithonia Ga, singer (I'm Sorry) Little Miss Dynamite
1944 - Lynda Day George, San Marcos Tx, actress (Casey-Mission Impossible) – another pretty lady had a huge crush on her just before I met Pam...I remember because the poster had to come down...hahaha
1944 - Teri Garr, Lakewood, Ohio, American actress (Mr. Mom, Young Frankenstein) – very funny and pretty yes and yes
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1953 - Ken Wahl, actor (Wise Guys) – entertaining show I have never watched this show
1954 - Jermaine Jackson, Gary Indiana, singer (Jackson 5-ABC) - ehhh ditto
1965 - Jay Bell, Eglin AFB FL, infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)
1968 - Derek Bell, Tampa Florida, outfielder (Houston Astros)
1970 – Taco Bell stop being such a silly fool...
1972 - Francisco Rodriguez, Brooklyn NY, pitcher (Minnesota Twins) K- Rod?
1979 - Rider Strong, San Francisco, CA, actor, writer and director (Boy Meets World) – nice show







115/BJ,


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17 hours ago  ::  Jan 24, 2015 - 6:19PM #10335
FW57Clipper51
Posts: 11,745

Jan 22, 2015 -- 12:53PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 8, 2015 -- 4:22PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

On November 24, 1963 at 12:20 p.m., in the basement of the Dallas police station, Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy, is shot to death by Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner on live television. Amazing event captured on TV. alleged?...what is this alleged business?...this was an amazing event...I remember watching it live on TV...anything like this before or since? well, he will forever be alleged because he did not get his day in court
Born November 24
1690 - Charles Theodore Pachelbel, composer – it’s pronounced Taco Bell close...prett darn close my friend...but it's Paco Bell...not Taco...let's share some shall we Hey I am familiar with this piece, they play it at weddings, NO?
1784 - Zachary Taylor, (Whig) 12th Pres (Mar 5, 1849-July 9, 1850) - "Old Rough and Ready", 2nd president to die in office and who was the 1st for $800, Alex (btw, I know the answer so don't try to fool me)... it was Harrison Ford
1815 - James Trapier, Gen (Confederate Army) had a brother named John who was a doctor...maybe oh definitely!
 1868 - Scott Joplin, Texas, US ragtime entertainer and composer (The Entertainer) – ragtime legend yes indeed, a great clip...never realized how many wonderful actors were involved in this terrific movie...I guess that's why iit was terrific I am sure that is a big part of its success
1888 - Dale Carnegie, author (How to Win Friends & Influence People) – nobody really liked this guy hahaha, you are so bad I'm sorry Dale!
1896 - Charles "Lucky" Luciano, Sicily, NYC Mafia gangster – legendary crime boss did he feel lucky? I am sure he did
1925 - William F. Buckley Jr, New York, conservative author and commentator (National Review, Firing Line) a notable fellow; but I never really knew what he was talking about me neither
1930 - Bob Friend, baseball player (Pirates) a great pitcher..but considering the circumstances, he was never one of my favorites we ALL understand 1966 Yankees Pitcher so bad we sold him to the Mets!
1941 - Pete Best, British drummer (Beatles) – what might have been? don't tell me, he was the 11th Beatle, just kidding HAHAHA, 12th I think. weren't you the 11th? Pete Best had his own band after the Beatles, John Lennon bought him a supermarket to run.
1947 - Dwight Schultz, Balt Md, actor (A-Team) – funny fellow one of my favorite characters... he must have had so much fun playing Murdock undoubtedly
1948 - Steve Yeager, catcher (LA Dodger) – throat protector invented because of his accident something hockey goalies had learned a long time ago...however Clint Malarchuk may think otherwise of the whole situation ewwwwwww, THANKS for showing us that!
1978 - Katherine Heigl, Washington, D.C., actress (Grey's Anatomy) – never saw this show me either...and don't waste your time on her new show for that matter not wasting any time boss


115/BJ,
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17 hours ago  ::  Jan 24, 2015 - 6:29PM #10336
FW57Clipper51
Posts: 11,745

Jan 20, 2015 -- 1:11PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 8, 2015 -- 12:09PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

On November 20, 1789, New Jersey ratifies the Bill of Rights, becoming the first state to do so. NJ is always blazing a trail. say, let me ask you something...does New Jersey have a state dog?...I heard not too long ago that Virginia has a state dog...the American Foxhound...so I wonder about New Jersey while I do not believe NJ has a state dog, the following are official state symbols; Flower - The Violet; Bird - The Eastern Goldfinch; Tree - The Red Oak; Bug - The Honeybee; Animal - The Horse; Fish- The Brook Trout; Shell - The Knobbed Whelk; Ship - The A.J. Meerwald; Fruit - The Blueberry; Dance - Square Dance
Born November 20
270 - Maximinus, Roman Emperor – very conflicting name sure is an all inclusive moniker yes, he was a real oxym0r0n ... much like 'act naturally', 'awfully good', 'behaving badly', 'government organization', and my personal favorite 'jumbo shrimp'
1761 - Pius VIII, [Francesco S Castiglioni], Italy, 253rd Pope (1829-30) – another pius fellow and not all of them necessarily pius of course
1851 - Queen Margherita of Italy – made a delicious pizza mmm!...an authentic classic can I have anchovies added to mine? Please
1869 - Clark Griffith, Mo, baseball player/manager (NY Yankees) I'm sure Clipper will teach s more about this fellow well lets hope so
1st Yankees Manager 1903-1907, MLB Pitcher, later Owner of Washington Senators Hall of Famer
1889 - Edwin Hubble, astronomer (discoverer of galaxies, red shift) I'll bet he had a really cool telescope named after him hmmm, the Edwin Telescope?
1907 - Fran Allison, LaPorte City Iowa, actress (Kukla, Fran & Ollie) – odd woman enjoyed laying with dolls yes she did
1908 - Alistair Cooke, Manchester England, TV host (Masterpiece Theatre) a very notable PBS-TV figure...do you watch Downtown Abbey?...Pam and I do not however, Pam thinks we might watch season 1 and 2 over the summer, especially if the Yankees are playing poorly...cheez! isn't she something...what an attitude I have never seen a moment of it, but have heard it is qwuite good
1925 - Robert Francis Kennedy, Brookline, Mass (D-Sen-NY, US Attorney General) – troubled fmaily and also a very troubled family...I liked him...seemed to be a good man thank you for the correction, and for being so subtle
1926 - Kaye Ballard, Cleve Ohio, actress/comedienne (Kaye-Mothers-in-Law) – funny lady agreed; but can get a little loud sort of a Joanne Worley type She was the original loud mouth worked with Bob Hope in films and radio
1932 - Richard Dawson, Hampshire England, actor (Hogan's Heroes, Family Feud) – funny show don't watch it anymore because I don't care for the new host I was referring to Hogan's Heroes
1939 - Dick Smothers, NYC, comedian (Smother Brothers' Show) – was he the brother of the Smothers brothers who spoke of the mother of the Smothers brothers, or was he the other Smothers brother aah, excuse me...could you please repeat the question uhhhh, I don't think so
1942 - Joseph R Biden Jr, (Sen-D-DE, 1973- ) – current VEEP don't have much of an opinion...he confuses me I think he confuses everyone, including himself Obama's secuirty blanket, no one wants him to become the President
1956 - Bo Derek, [Mary Collins], Long Beach Caliaforia, actress (10, Tarzan the Ape Man) - uhhh  do you suppose  if she had kept her given name that...oh never mind yes I do suppose
1956 - Mark Gastineau, NFL end (NY Jets, Pro Bowl 1981-85) – overrated and arrogant agreed...do you think he juiced I am sure. Prune, apple, grape
1975 - J. D. Drew, baseball player (Cardinals)  golly, the Drew brothers really get around...I understand Stephen will be a New York Yanke again in 2015...probably will be more of a 2B...hope he can do a little more with is bat this season me too Having a full spring training camp will help him improve his performace in 2015


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