14 April 2006

Wiki Birthday Post

thanks to the super terrific hayley for this little nugget.

Go to Wikipedia, enter in your birthdate (sans year), post three events, two births and one death:

1970 - Monday Night Football premieres
are you ready for the football?? why, yes. indeed, i am.

1991 - Armenia is granted independence from Soviet Union.
i'm just now sobering up from that one. t'was a hell of a ride, USSR. a hell of a ride.

1780 - American Revolutionary War: Benedict Arnold gives the British the plans to West Point.
he did what?? betrayed our country and leaked secrets to the enemy?? well, there's only one thing to do: make him the vp.

1827 - Joseph Smith, Jr., claims that the angel Moroni gave him a record of gold plates, one-third of which is "translated" into The Book of Mormon.
sadly, joseph smith and the juniors never went platinum, having succumbed to the powerful seduction of polygamy and in total behind the music fashion, drugs.

1940 - Bill Kurtis, American television journalist
the voice of a&e (insert gruesome crime/forensic/justice/cold case name here)
"he then inserted the revolver into the man's rectum and pulled the trigger."

1947 - Stephen King, American author
greatest living near-sighted red sox fan.

and, finally...the cinderella story...out of augusta...

1950 - Bill Murray, American actor
my hero...and truly, our greatest living thespian. shut yer piehole, de niro!

1327 - King Edward II (Electric Boogaloo) of England (b. 1284)
a true sequel that was better than the original...we hardly knew ye.

That's mine....play along please in the comments section.
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