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4 days ago  ::  Sep 26, 2014 - 8:26PM #9881
FW57Clipper51
Posts: 11,454

Sep 26, 2014 -- 12:54PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Sep 16, 2013 -- 12:32PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 9, 1776, the Continental Congress formally declares the name of the new nation to be the "United States" of America. This replaced the term "United Colonies," which had been in general use. I'm so glad they did this...the USA sounds so much cooler than the UCA What NCCA Division would we be in?
 
Born September 9
384 - Flavius Honorius, emperor East Roman Republic (395-423) – had something to do with cappuccino makers I believe hope it wasn't one of those "cup" machines...they are worthless
1754 - William Bligh, nasty ship's captain (HMS Bounty) – MISTEERRRRRRR CHRISTIAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNN aye, aye Captain, at your service
1809 - William Radford, Commander (Union Navy)
1819 - Martin Luther Smith, Major General (Confederate Army)
1890 - Harland Sanders, Henryville IN, Colonel/CEO (Kentucky Fried Chicken) – Started serving customers chicken out of his service station in Corbin KY since when did he start selling tacos also?
1898 - Frank "Fordham Flash" Frisch, NYC, baseball player (NL MVP 1931) 
1899 - Neil Hamilton, Lynn Mass, actor (Commisioner Gordon-Batman) the TV series
1899 - Waite Hoyt, baseball player "School Boy" Hoyt 1921-1930 Yankees Pitcher 157-98 with 6-4 in World Series, only 20 game winner on the 1927 Yankees longtime Reds broadcaster, elected to the HOF in 1969
1919 - Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder, gambler/sportscaster (lay you 5 to 1) – was never a fan nor I...wonder what kind of hair tonic he used...I'll bet Pat Riley would know
1920 - Robert Wood Johnson III, philanthropist – big name in NJ does he have a bridge named after him?...perhaps a highway?  A  Large Medical Center in New Brunswick NJ  that threats  cancer and  does medical research
1923 - Cliff Robertson, La Jolla, CA, actor (Charly) and spokesman for AT&T – very good actor yes indeed..first enjoyed his talent as Lt. John F. Kennedy in PT109...fashioned a model of that boat...was pretty cool, even if I say so myself
1935 - [Chaim] Topol, Tel Aviv Israel, actor (Fiddler on the Roof) – another good actor remarkable performer...very atheltic...even in his older years
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1941 - Otis Redding, Dawson Ga, rock bassist (Sitting on the Dock of the Bay) like him very much left us too soon
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1946 - Doug Ingle, Omaha Nebraska, rock vocalist/keyboards (Iron Butterfly) In the Garden of......
1947 - Freddy Weller, Georgia, rocker (Paul Revers & The Raiders) Later became a C&W star in the 1970's
1949 - Joe Theismann, NFL QB (Redskins)/sportscaster – really not a fan no one was...honestly Kid from South River NJ played with Drew Pearson in HS I saw them play in 1966.
1951 - Tom Wopat, Lodi, WI, actor and singer (The Dukes of Hazzard) – Luke Duke he was the dark haired one, right?
1952 - Angela Cartwright, England (Make Room for Daddy, Lost in Space, Sound of Music) – had a little crush   sister Veronica is a very good actress also She started in Witches of Eastwick film
1952 - David Stewart, rock guitarist (Eurtyhmics-Here Comes the Rain Again) also a decent pitcher You mean the guy who picked up a transvestite in Texas while pitching for the Rangers stand stood in front of Dodgers Steve Howe in the Dodger bullpen while he was snortting Coke so the Dodgers Manager Tommy Larsoda couldn't see him?
1960 - Hugh Grant, London England (4 Weddings & a Funeral, 9 Months) don't care for him ...had a lovely wife Elizabeth, I think???
1960 - Mario Batali, chef and restaurateur – like many of his recipes agreed
1964 - Brett Hull, NHL right wing (MVP 1991, 86 goals) great player
1965 - Todd Zeile, Van Nuys CA, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies) Ex-Yankee reserve
1966 - Adam Sandler, Brooklyn NY, actor/comedian (Grown Ups, Happy Gilmore, SNL) – can be quite funny and quite annoying what a perfect description...well done!
1970 - Dan Miceli, Newark NJ, pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates) briefly pitched for the Yankees before being sent to the Astros
1970 - Joey Hamilton, Statesboro GA, pitcher (San Diego Padres)
1972 - Mike Hampton, Brooksville FL, pitcher (Houston Astros)
1975 - Michael Bublé, Canadian singer and actor - ehhh tries a bit too hard..becomes rather affected
1980 - Todd Coffey, baseball player
1980 - Michelle Williams, Kalispell, MT, actress (Dawson's Creek)
1983 - Kyle Davies, baseball player
1983 - Edwin Jackson, Major League Baseball pitcher
    WOW!!! what a day for baseball players and rock stars







115,


As usual my replies are in bold blue.


Clipper

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3 days ago  ::  Sep 27, 2014 - 10:07AM #9882
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

Sep 16, 2013 -- 2:26PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 10, 1897, a 25-year-old London taxi driver named George Smith becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after slamming his cab into a building. Over 100 years later and people still haven’t learned. why is this do you think?...do we have too much preoccupying our minds or something...I mean under the influence is one thing; but perfectly sober people driving right into...oh, say,,.a Mc Donald's...must be they were in quite a rush for a Bacon Clubhouse Burger?...hmmm? don't hear of too many driving into a church...
 
Born September 10
1487 - Julius III, Counter-Reformation pope (1550-55) – and on and …not familiar with St. Julius...must do a little research...I'm certain he was a good ol'boy
1786 - Nicolás Bravo, Mexican politician and soldier - encore hahaha...very, very clever...really well done BRAVO!
1810 - Albert Gallatin Blanchard, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1815 - Eleazer Arthur Paine, Brigadier General (Union volunteers) Eleazer?...seriously?...way back then...who'da thought...what's next Dweezil or maybe Moon Unit?
1839 - Isaac Kauffman Funk, US, publisher (Funk & Wagnalls) – I prefer Noah Webster as do I, sir
1886 - Hilda Doolittle, US, poetess (imagisten) – talked to animals and most remarkably they talked back to her 
1898 - Adele Marie Astaire, Omaha NE, sister of Fred Astaire, entertainer ah yes, Robin whatchamacallits sister -in-law
1898 - Waldo Semon, inventor – where is this guy? with Carmen whatchamacallits in southern California
1918 - Rin Tin Tin, German shepherd dog – hero k9 I will let this entry slide...only because I loved this dog and it was a terrific TV show...say, did Roy Rogers and Dale Evans have a dog...maybe a big, German or Belgian shepard?
1924 - Ted Kluszewski, baseball player – prolific power hitter one of my all time favorites...was big enough to wear his name on the back of his jersey
1925 - Roy James Brown, New Orleans, boxer/soul singer (Good Rockin' Tonight)
1934 - Roger Maris, Hibbing, MN, Yankee, HR champ (61 in 1961, AL MVP 1960, 1961) – classy fellow what else needs to be said?...
1945 - Jose Feliciano, Lares, Puerto Rican singer/songwriter (Light my Fire) – Chico and the Man theme a great show...and a terrific musical talent...say, why is it most blind musicians share the same mannerisms, movements, etc?
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1948 - Bob Lanier, NBA center (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks) – NBA great yes indeed...came to my family's house for dinner once when he was a student at St. Bonaventure University...pretty big fella...had a great appetite...almost won the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship...older brother, John and younger sister Christina are Bona Alumni
1949 - Bill O'Reilly, American journalist and commentator – entertaining fellow yep, and has written some intriguing books...his latest involves Patton
1950 - Joe Perry, Lawrence, Massachusetts, American rock guitarist (Aerosmith-Walk this Way)
1953 - Amy Irving, Palo Alto, Cal, actress (Yentl, Carrie, Crossing Delancy) pretty sure I know her and like her...or maybe there are just too many "Amys"
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1958 - Chris Columbus, writer/director/explorer? (Mrs Doubtfire, Nine Months) – Mrs. Doubtfire was a very funny film one of Robin Williams' best
1960 - Colin Firth, Hampshire England, actor (Femme Fatale, Hostages) – good actor yep




"...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..."
3 days ago  ::  Sep 27, 2014 - 11:25AM #9883
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

my "Derek Jeter" when I was growing up:


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"...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..."
3 days ago  ::  Sep 27, 2014 - 12:14PM #9884
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

Sep 26, 2014 -- 8:26PM, FW57Clipper51 wrote:


Sep 26, 2014 -- 12:54PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


Sep 16, 2013 -- 12:32PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 9, 1776, the Continental Congress formally declares the name of the new nation to be the "United States" of America. This replaced the term "United Colonies," which had been in general use. I'm so glad they did this...the USA sounds so much cooler than the UCA What NCCA Division would we be in?
 
Born September 9
384 - Flavius Honorius, emperor East Roman Republic (395-423) – had something to do with cappuccino makers I believe hope it wasn't one of those "cup" machines...they are worthless
1754 - William Bligh, nasty ship's captain (HMS Bounty) – MISTEERRRRRRR CHRISTIAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNN aye, aye Captain, at your service
1809 - William Radford, Commander (Union Navy)
1819 - Martin Luther Smith, Major General (Confederate Army)
1890 - Harland Sanders, Henryville IN, Colonel/CEO (Kentucky Fried Chicken) – Started serving customers chicken out of his service station in Corbin KY since when did he start selling tacos also?
1898 - Frank "Fordham Flash" Frisch, NYC, baseball player (NL MVP 1931) 
1899 - Neil Hamilton, Lynn Mass, actor (Commisioner Gordon-Batman) the TV series
1899 - Waite Hoyt, baseball player "School Boy" Hoyt 1921-1930 Yankees Pitcher 157-98 with 6-4 in World Series, only 20 game winner on the 1927 Yankees longtime Reds broadcaster, elected to the HOF in 1969
1919 - Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder, gambler/sportscaster (lay you 5 to 1) – was never a fan nor I...wonder what kind of hair tonic he used...I'll bet Pat Riley would know
1920 - Robert Wood Johnson III, philanthropist – big name in NJ does he have a bridge named after him?...perhaps a highway?  A  Large Medical Center in New Brunswick NJ  that threats  cancer and  does medical research
1923 - Cliff Robertson, La Jolla, CA, actor (Charly) and spokesman for AT&T – very good actor yes indeed..first enjoyed his talent as Lt. John F. Kennedy in PT109...fashioned a model of that boat...was pretty cool, even if I say so myself
1935 - [Chaim] Topol, Tel Aviv Israel, actor (Fiddler on the Roof) – another good actor remarkable performer...very atheltic...even in his older years
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1941 - Otis Redding, Dawson Ga, rock bassist (Sitting on the Dock of the Bay) like him very much left us too soon
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1946 - Doug Ingle, Omaha Nebraska, rock vocalist/keyboards (Iron Butterfly) In the Garden of......
1947 - Freddy Weller, Georgia, rocker (Paul Revers & The Raiders) Later became a C&W star in the 1970's
1949 - Joe Theismann, NFL QB (Redskins)/sportscaster – really not a fan no one was...honestly Kid from South River NJ played with Drew Pearson in HS I saw them play in 1966.
1951 - Tom Wopat, Lodi, WI, actor and singer (The Dukes of Hazzard) – Luke Duke he was the dark haired one, right?
1952 - Angela Cartwright, England (Make Room for Daddy, Lost in Space, Sound of Music) – had a little crush   sister Veronica is a very good actress also She started in Witches of Eastwick film
1952 - David Stewart, rock guitarist (Eurtyhmics-Here Comes the Rain Again) also a decent pitcher You mean the guy who picked up a transvestite in Texas while pitching for the Rangers stand stood in front of Dodgers Steve Howe in the Dodger bullpen while he was snortting Coke so the Dodgers Manager Tommy Larsoda couldn't see him?
1960 - Hugh Grant, London England (4 Weddings & a Funeral, 9 Months) don't care for him ...had a lovely wife Elizabeth, I think???
1960 - Mario Batali, chef and restaurateur – like many of his recipes agreed
1964 - Brett Hull, NHL right wing (MVP 1991, 86 goals) great player
1965 - Todd Zeile, Van Nuys CA, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies) Ex-Yankee reserve
1966 - Adam Sandler, Brooklyn NY, actor/comedian (Grown Ups, Happy Gilmore, SNL) – can be quite funny and quite annoying what a perfect description...well done!
1970 - Dan Miceli, Newark NJ, pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates) briefly pitched for the Yankees before being sent to the Astros
1970 - Joey Hamilton, Statesboro GA, pitcher (San Diego Padres)
1972 - Mike Hampton, Brooksville FL, pitcher (Houston Astros)
1975 - Michael Bublé, Canadian singer and actor - ehhh tries a bit too hard..becomes rather affected
1980 - Todd Coffey, baseball player
1980 - Michelle Williams, Kalispell, MT, actress (Dawson's Creek)
1983 - Kyle Davies, baseball player
1983 - Edwin Jackson, Major League Baseball pitcher
    WOW!!! what a day for baseball players and rock stars







115,


As usual my replies are in bold blue.


Clipper




Clip, referring to the bold red portion of your post...WOW! I did not know any of this...rather startling... I guess we all have weaknesses and flaws...in retrospect, I still think he was a pretty decent pitcher, but maybe not a great role model...what else is new?

"...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..."
3 days ago  ::  Sep 27, 2014 - 2:17PM #9885
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

Sep 16, 2013 -- 4:03PM, FW57Clipper51 wrote:


Sep 16, 2013 -- 2:26PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 10, 1897, a 25-year-old London taxi driver named George Smith becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after slamming his cab into a building. Over 100 years later and people still haven’t learned. That Warm Brit Beer does you in everytime
 
Born September 10
1487 - Julius III, Counter-Reformation pope (1550-55) – and on and ….
1786 - Nicolás Bravo, Mexican politician and soldier - encore
1810 - Albert Gallatin Blanchard, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1815 - Eleazer Arthur Paine, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)
1839 - Isaac Kauffman Funk, US, publisher (Funk & Wagnalls) – I prefer Noah Webster
1886 - Hilda Doolittle, US, poetess (imagisten) – talked to animals
1898 - Adele Marie Astaire, Omaha NE, sister of Fred Astaire, entertainer
1898 - Waldo Semon, inventor – where is this guy?
1918 - Rin Tin Tin, German shepherd dog – hero k9
1924 - Ted Kluszewski, baseball player – prolific power hitter
1925 - Roy James Brown, New Orleans, boxer/soul singer (Good Rockin' Tonight)
1934 - Roger Maris, Hibbing, MN, Yankee, HR champ (61 in 1961, AL MVP 1960, 1961) – classy fellow Great player
1945 - Jose Feliciano, Lares, Puerto Rican singer/songwriter (Light my Fire) – Chico and the Man theme Almost cause a riot at the 1968 World Series singing the national Athenm how come...what happened, I don't remember, and yet I should...is this the year the Detroit Tigers won?
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1948 - Bob Lanier, NBA center (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks) – NBA great
1949 - Bill O'Reilly, American journalist and commentator – entertaining fellow
1950 - Joe Perry, Lawrence, Massachusetts, American rock guitarist (Aerosmith-Walk this Way)
1953 - Amy Irving, Palo Alto, Cal, actress (Yentl, Carrie, Crossing Delancy)
1955 - Pat Mastelotto, rock drummer (Mr Mister, King Crimson)
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1958 - Chris Columbus, writer/director (Mrs Doubtfire, Nine Months) – Mrs. Doubtfire was a very funny film
1960 - Colin Firth, Hampshire England, actor (Femme Fatale, Hostages) – good actor




BJ/115,


My replies are in bold blue.


Clipper




Clipper, my inquiry is in bold orange

"...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..."
6 hours ago  ::  Sep 30, 2014 - 2:24PM #9886
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

Sep 16, 2013 -- 4:10PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 11, 2001 at 8:45 a.m. on a clear Tuesday morning, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashes into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in higher floors. As the evacuation of the tower and its twin got underway, television cameras broadcasted live images of what initially appeared to be a freak accident. Then, 18 minutes after the first plane hit, a second Boeing 767--United Airlines Flight 175--appeared out of the sky, turned sharply toward the World Trade Center, and sliced into the south tower at about the 60th floor. The collision caused a massive explosion that showered burning debris over surrounding buildings and the streets below. America was under attack.
 
Born September 11
1182 - Minamoto no Yoriie, Japanese shogun – owned a chain of express photo development stores hahaha...really great one
1614 - Philipp Buchner, composer – botched an easy ground ball in the championship game hahaha...an even greater one
1806 - Joshua Blackwood Howell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)
1835 - William Wirt Allen, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1862 - O Henry, [William Sydney Porter], short story writer – made a good candy bar too wasn't he also a comic strip character who had a thing for little Lulu
1899 - Jimmie Davis, Quitman, LA, singer and songwriter (You Are My Sunshine) I like this song
1913 - Paul "Bear" Bryant, US football coach (Alabama Crimson Tide) – coaching legend indeed!
1924 - Tom Landry, NFL player (NY Giants)/coach (Dallas Cowboys) – ditto above re-ditto above!
1934 - Oliver Jones, Canadian jazz pianist
1940 - Bernie Dwyer, rock drummer (Freddie & The Dreamers)
1940 - Brian DePalma, Newark NJ, film director (Body Double, Dressed to Kill)
1942 - Tom Dreesen, Harvey, IL, comedian (Tim Ried's partner) – Sinatra’s opening act
1942 - Lola Falana [Loletha Elayne], Camden, NJ, singer and actress (Golden Boy, A Man Called Adam)
1943 - Mickey Hart, drummer (Grateful Dead)
1945 - Franz Beckenbauer, German footballer – futbol legend
1950 - Amy Madigan, Chicago Ill, actress (Field of Dreams) – a wonderful film can you believe I have never watched this film start to finish...now that my baseball season is over maybe I'll watch it some Sunday night on MLB.tv
1958 - Don Slaught, Long Beach CA, catcher (California Angels, NY Yankees) Hmmm?...name is kinda familiar
1958 - Mick Talbot, rock keyboardist (Style Council-You're the Best Thing) – good band yes indeed...thanks for t tune
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1961 - Virginia Madsen, Chicago Ill, actress (Dune, Hot Spot, Class)
1964 - Ellis Burks, Vicksburg MS, outfielder (Colorado Rockies)
1967 - Harry Connick Jr, New Orleans LA, singer (We Are in Love) – I’m a fan me too, and he has a lovely wife with a very cool name
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1967 - Maria Bartiromo, financial broadcast journalist – “Money Honey” don't know this person...trust me on this...I know very little about financial journalists
1977 - Ludacris, American rapper – his name says it all you have said it all...in as polite a manner as possible...you are such a kind person...and you know what's sad?...Ludacris probably doesn't even read this thread, so he could care less
1979 - Frank Francisco, Major League Baseball pitcher
1983 - Jacoby Ellsbury, baseball player – he should grow a beard most full blooded Native Americans (he's Navajo)...I eally can't explain Joba...perhaps his Mom was half black bear




"...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..."
4 hours ago  ::  Sep 30, 2014 - 3:31PM #9887
115by7and9in61
Posts: 4,444

Sep 16, 2013 -- 4:43PM, FW57Clipper51 wrote:


Sep 16, 2013 -- 4:10PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


On September 11, 2001 at 8:45 a.m. on a clear Tuesday morning, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashes into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in higher floors. As the evacuation of the tower and its twin got underway, television cameras broadcasted live images of what initially appeared to be a freak accident. Then, 18 minutes after the first plane hit, a second Boeing 767--United Airlines Flight 175--appeared out of the sky, turned sharply toward the World Trade Center, and sliced into the south tower at about the 60th floor. The collision caused a massive explosion that showered burning debris over surrounding buildings and the streets below. America was under attack.
 
Born September 11
1182 - Minamoto no Yoriie, Japanese shogun – owned a chain of express photo development stores
1614 - Philipp Buchner, composer – botched an easy ground ball in the championship game
1806 - Joshua Blackwood Howell, Brigadier General (Union volunteers) A Thruston Howell relative?
1835 - William Wirt Allen, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)
1862 - O Henry, [William Sydney Porter], short story writer – made a good candy bar too He Created the Western Character "The Cisco Kid" who was cold blooded killer in his stories
1899 - Jimmie Davis, Quitman, LA, singer and songwriter (You Are My Sunshine)
1913 - Paul "Bear" Bryant, US football coach (Alabama Crimson Tide) – coaching legend
1924 - Tom Landry, NFL player (NY Giants)/coach (Dallas Cowboys) – ditto above
1934 - Oliver Jones, Canadian jazz pianist
1940 - Bernie Dwyer, rock drummer (Freddie & The Dreamers) Freddie left us several years ago losing a   a battle with MS
1940 - Brian DePalma, Newark NJ, film director (Body Double, Dressed to Kill)
1942 - Tom Dreesen, Harvey, IL, comedian (Tim Ried's partner) – Sinatra’s opening act
1942 - Lola Falana [Loletha Elayne], Camden, NJ, singer and actress (Golden Boy, A Man Called Adam) Jersey Girl! Goodness Gracious!...aren't they all?...must be something in the water...
1943 - Mickey Hart, drummer (Grateful Dead) Still Truckin"  and seems to be enjoying every minute of it
1945 - Franz Beckenbauer, German footballer – futbol legend
1950 - Amy Madigan, Chicago Ill, actress (Field of Dreams) – a wonderful film Married Actor Ed Harris
1958 - Don Slaught, Long Beach CA, catcher (California Angels, NY Yankees) " Sluggo"  now, there's a comic strip character if I ever heard one
1958 - Mick Talbot, rock keyboardist (Style Council-You're the Best Thing) – good band
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1961 - Virginia Madsen, Chicago Ill, actress (Dune, Hot Spot, Class) Talented Lady
1964 - Ellis Burks, Vicksburg MS, outfielder (Colorado Rockies)
1967 - Harry Connick Jr, New Orleans LA, singer (We Are in Love) – I’m a fan Good actor
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1967 - Maria Bartiromo, financial broadcast journalist – “Money Honey”
1977 - Ludacris, American rapper – his name says it all
1979 - Frank Francisco, Major League Baseball pitcher
1983 - Jacoby Ellsbury, baseball player – he should grow a beard




BJ/115,


My replies are in bold blue.


Clipper




115 is still commenting orange

"...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..."
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