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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Sam Fisher, Dec 17, 2007.
This is cool.
Awsome site. Here's what happend on my B-day. (April 5th 1986)
Number one song was Rock Me Amadeus by Falco
Time Magazine had Daniel Ortega on it
Oscar of the Best picture was Platoon
Colin Powell was born back in 1937
Bruce Willis was on the cover of Rolling Stone
A Dozen eggs cost 0.87 cents
Ooooh a dozen eggs cost $0.89 on my birthday. Sweet
This is the closest Rolling Stone to my birthday
The #1 song on the day I was born was "We Built This City" by Starship. Not sure how I feel about that.
i was born on a full moon, hmm explains a lot
July 30, 1987
#1 Song in the USA: "Alone" by Heart
#1 Song in the U.K.: "Who's That Girl" by Madonna
Time Magazine Cover: Mikhail Gorbachev
People born on same date: Henry Ford, The Governator, and Lisa Kudrow
Bah, the song for that day was frickin Cyndi Lauper. Luckily the number one song of my year was "When Doves Cry" Fantastic!
Also born on a full moon. And I missed my Mars b-day by a month. Lame!
"Gonna Fly Now (Theme From 'Rocky')" by Bill Conti
TIME Magazine: Adolfo Suarez
Same here..& the other interesting thing for me was that Rain Man won best picture that yr.
October 23rd 1990-
#1 song- "I Don't Have the Heart" by James Ingram (never heard of it)
Famous people born on my date- 1940 - Pelé, Brazilian footballer
^Awesome. Never knew that.
Best Picture went to Dances With Wolves. (snoozefest)
Sweet I share a B'day with Gwen Stefani
i share my B-Day with unknowns ... at least, unknown to me
1811 - Chang and Eng Bunker, Siamese Twins
1894 - Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer (d. 1991)
1904 - Salvador Dalí, Catalan painter (d. 1989)
1941 - Eric Burdon, British singer (The Animals)
1978 - Laetitia Casta, French supermodel and actress
music wasn't invented on my birthday...
No. 1 song on the charts for the U.S.: Blame It On The Rain by Milli Vanilli
For The U.K.: You Got It (The Right Stuff) by New Kids On The Block
Time Magazine: Skyrocketing Art Prices
Berry Gordy Jr., founder of Motown on that day in 1929, so was Matt Cameron, the drummer for Pearl Jam. 1962.
The Nobel peace prize went to the 14th Dalai Lama.
A dozen eggs were $0.96
It was a sunday, number 1 song in the states was "To Be with You" by Mr. Big
Eggs were 93 cents
17th july 86
Number 1 in the charts
In the USA:
"Holding Back the Years" by Simply Red
In the UK:
"Papa Don't Preach" by Madonna
TIME Magazine: Statue of Liberty 100th Anniversary, 1986
(TIME Cover: July the 14th, 1986)
Famous people born on the 17th of July:
1487 - Ismail I, Shah of Persia (d. 1524)
1831 - Xianfeng, Emperor of China (d. 1861)
1947 - Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
1952 - David Hasselhoff, American actor and musician
1954 - Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany
1963 - Letsie III, King of Lesotho
Today, you are 11.3 Martian years old !
Your next birthday on Mars:
Monday 9th of February 2009
Eggs were 0.49 cents a dozen on my birthday...
August 15th, 1980
#1 Song on the US charts: "Magic' by Olivia Newton-John
Oscar Winner for Best Picture: "Ordinary People"
TIME Magazine Cover of the Week: Larry Hagman - "Dallas: Who Shot J.R.?"
Famous Birth: Napoleon Bonaparte, born August 15th, 1769
Average Price for a Dozen Eggs: 91 cents
They were 59 on mine. We are both quite old
I will always love you= No.1 USA and UK.
Princess Diana was on the cover of Time.
Denzel was on the cover of Rolling Stone.
People born on my B-day were:
1554 - Philip William, Prince of Orange (d. 1618)
1683 - Philip V of Spain (d. 1746)
1714 - John Winthrop, American astronomer (d. 1779)
1915 - Édith Piaf, French singer and actress (d. 1963)
1941 - Maurice White, American singer and songwriter (Earth, Wind & Fire)
1958 - Limahl, British singer (Kajagoogoo)
1972 - Alyssa Milano, American actress
Unforgiven won best Oscar.
Eggs were $0.93.
Another person born on yor birthday, me. Except I was born in '76.
October 8, 1984:
"Let's Go Crazy" by Prince and the Revolution
Dozen of eggs were $1.01
Amadeus won best picture Oscar
Matt Damon, Sigourney Weaver, and Jesse Jackson share my b-day
goddamn bonnie raitt on my rolling stone