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Now You Know...
|Anne Hathaway (1982)
Omarion (Omari Grandberry) (1984)
Bob Crewe (1937)
Grace Kelly (1929-1982)
Charles Manson (1934)
Ryan Gosling (1980)
Sammy Sosa (1968)
Nadia Comaneci (1961)
Davis Schwimmer (1966)
Megan Mullally (1958)
Tonya Harding (1970)
Neil Young (1945)
|Be careful of who you fall in
love with, that is what makes the difference between the people
that can hurt you and the people that can't.
Contrary to many reports, Charles Manson was actually in prison
at the time that 437 other people applied for a postion on
the upcoming Monkees television show on CBS, but Charlie's
song "Cease To Exist" was altered a bit by Beach
Boy Dennis Wilson and renamed "Never Learn Not to Love."
It was released as the B-side of the single for "'Bluebirds
Over the Mountain."
Charlie actually lived with them for time, and his "compensation"
for the song was trading off for the damage Charlie and his
friends (i.e. cult) caused to the Wilson house.
Laugh a Little
First man: My wife suggested that I take up a new sport this
Second man: Well, that's nice. It shows that she has your
interests at heart. Did she make any suggestions?
First man: As a matter of fact, she did. By the way, how
do you play this "Russian Roulette"?
Golfer: "Well, I have never played this badly before!
Caddy: "I didn't realize you had played before, sir."
November 12th In Pop Culture History
1892 - William "Pudge" Walter Heffelfinger was
the first professional (paid) US Football player. He got $25
and a $500 bonus for a single game
1910 - First Movie stunt: man jumped into Hudson river from
a burning balloon(?)
1922 (Volcano Eruption) Chile/Argentina
1927 - First underwater tunnel, Holland Tunnel connecting
NY to NJ opened
1933 - First known photo of so-called Loch Ness monster was
1940 - Armistice Day Blizzard
1952 (Earthquake) Kamchatca
1981 - First balloon crossing of Pacific was completed (Double
2001 - In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587, an
Airbus A300 on its way to the Dominican Republic, crashed
minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport,
killing all 260 on board and five on the ground.