Thursday, September 30, 2010

Change the America

Wow! Finally a very clear reel of Obama up to his most genuine slight of hand with his first lady!!!

This says so much
about the administration and their actions and fairly much everything.

Yes, by the way, that really is the Barry Hussein Obama.

Rush was right, he is indeed Barack the Magic Negroe:

Photo of Alfred

For those familiar with Alfred's ruminations I received a very odd communique purporting an image of Alfred the Man Esq.

Of course it could be wrong. This is merely an interwebstubesenroots rumor.

It wouldn't surprise me what with the languid and dreamy death in the subject's eyes, however.

Alfred, is this really you?

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

First World War Almost Over

On paper at that. The ordinance will pose problems for who knows how long.

We recently stopped paying a tax for the Spanish American war.

War is horrendous and stupefyingly expensive, it breaks nations and empires.

I do like what Colin Powell said about the Americans fighting and dying overseas and asking for only enough land to bury our dead.

I have my grandfathers bayonet from WWI but never met him. As it worked out we'll never know of his experiences "over there". One of his relatives was visiting Boston from Halifax when they found out that they had no family to return to after the Halifax explosion.

I did meet and was fond of a man who sang with Irving Berlin, who has since passed as well.

It seems beyond my ken what folks experienced in those short time frames. If you were born in 1900 you saw the first world war ravage civilization in your late teens, and it did not end. You were a parent watching your children off to a greater conflagration in your early forties.

I read Steven Ambrose's book about the trans-continental railroad. In it he mentions an individual who was old enough to be a coal tender on the engine at the Utah golden spike ceremony in 1869. He lived to see movie tone news footage of the air war over Europe. Now that is a witness to change.

The same human nature, geared up and intensified almost beyond belief.

It is nice to know WWI is coming to an end, I will buy a poppy and think too much.

I will link info in a short bit, though all the info is easily found out there.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


Walk Like an Egyptian

Alfred may enjoy.

Riveting and foot stomping.

via VFtP


I love Thatcher and have an autographed leather bound auto bio in her pen.

I also have very much enjoyed Claire Berlinski's articles and thoughts where I have been fortunate enough to see them or hear them. I jotted her name down and have intended to pick up her first book though I have not as of yet.

That having been said, I look forward to watching this:

Paycheck Fairness Act

I remember watching, and for the very first time, George Will debate someone on ABC over the notion of "comparable worth".

That was somewhere around 1983? Can I look that up somehow? Just looked and "early 1980s is the most precise.

I was an instant fan, he wiped up the floor with whatever pathetic sap had the untenable opposition.

So now, again, the Paycheck Fairness Act?

Just read the list of players, ugh.

I have been saying for quite some time that in the circles I witness the women are doing better than the men.

At any rate this act is horrendous. Read it and form your own conclusions.

I condemn all of our political and media class, wholeheartedly, as is well known.

The Constitution

Here is an article in the Economist which anyone with a portion of thinking matter may fisk and quite easily.

Essentially the writer believes that "Tea-Partiers" fetishize the Constitution to a degree which is incompatible with modern realities and that they have their histories and contemporary pragmatisms completely in error.

The comments are amusing.

I did like this one.

The author of the article is clearly too self-worshiping to feel uncomfortable at the witness of his own febrile reasoning and public beclowning.

Time Magazine

Has a bit on the Top Ten Toilets.

Time and Newsweek were horrendous in the 1980s, absolutely awful. I tried to cancel my parents subscription with a letter, was complimented on my writing but the folks vetoed the cancellation. I continued to read with morbid fascination. They declined and degraded's almost indescribable how awful they are now. Time and Newsweek, understand. You must actually pick up an issue, any recent will do, and show someone. They won't believe how bad they are. Let me take a moment to once again shake my head in consideration of that ass Mr. Meacham.

Anyhow, let me add one more crapper to the list--yes, Time magazine.

via Atlas Shrugs, which reminds me to go look at how bad LGF has become. Not going to hypertext to that sad lost soul, wow, he also boggles the mind.

Mohamed was a vile disgusting individual. Here is a post with a video of an actual stoning, if it were committed by any group other than muslims the media and the female advocates would be screaming from the rooftops. Do they hold their tongues because they hate the West so much, because they hate and think the muslims incapable of humanity, or because on some level they hate themselves?

Even more gruesome and heart wrenching, even more chilling is this letter from an encounter...well, brace yourself and read it all, please.

Where is the outrage on the left and in the media. Where is the relentless flight of lawyers and journalists and condemnations from jackasses like Barak...oh...never mind.

They are too busy condemning the number of ice creams available to prisoners in Gitmo and condemning the tolerant West.

God Damn the fourth estate, the left and the U.N.


Jimmy has some photos up of his recent trip to Houston, and they are very nice, as always.

Islamic Tolerance

via Mary Katherine Ham's twitter this bit of genuine encouragement.

Muslims signing on to sanity and decency.

I will simply link and take some measure of appreciation, and not think about the notion of Taqiyya for a few moments, anyway.

Taqiyya for Dummies

New Fellers

There seem to be two new little adorable critters abouts in the last several days.

One apparently goes by the moniker of Columbus, and the other the name Mendel.

They are cute, and I plan on taking photos tomorrow.

Very young, I believe they met the air in July.

What the heck is better than a puppy? Two?

Monday, September 27, 2010

A Lil' Video

Me and Adam were talkin' and this seemed like a nice clip to post.

Moscow Commute

I've seen some of the sick POV car and motorcycle clips, but this one is really stunning.

Would be surprised if this individual were still alive or had not killed by now.

Try watching the whole thing

that via SDA who also links to one of the better dancing birds out there

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Auntie Zeituni

Is she a stealth advocate against Obama's policies and assistance?

Confusingly, any rate she owes nothing to anyone and may pull Obama's ears and generally smack him around as she deems fit.

Two parts, though it is clear much is edited. I would love to see the entire uncut time frame.

Anyone who agrees to an interview without setting up some simple camera to record it for their own records as well is a fool in this day and age. That's probably a tea party rule.

Zeituni's clips via DC TRawler:

I have had some suggestions on the dimensions of the videos, they don't appear to be helping. I recommend clicking and watching them on the youtube, and here, they are compelling pieces, however, and I am surprised, stunned at the very least, that the fourth estate opened an eye at all! Good times!

Saturday, September 18, 2010


I do enjoy data and associated resources.

Here is a fine site for films:

Where the url is reasonably workable I have taken to posting it and hyperlinking it.

I have noticed a couple of words in the archives which are hyperlinked with no clue as to where to pursue the information when said link is dead. This may look awkward but may help someone digging in the future, so I lean toward helping the info digger. You may have noticed it recently and you shall see more anon.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Jimmy in TX

I am hoping Jimmy is having a lovely time of it along his journey to the Gulf of America.

I am rooting for him and I think that I will give him a call this afternoon on his spanky new cell phone device.

I understand you merely keep this device charged up with that new fangled electricity juice and then, if you must and need to, you can use it to communicate with a much wider world than the one which is apparent to the naked eye as you peruse your immediate environment.

I say that seems a little far fetched, no pun intended, and I will put this claim to the test, perhaps this very afternoon.

Check back for results!

A Fine Mess: Scientifically Founded and Tested Reason...Honest American Conclusions!!!

That's why the world attributes us such a hard won and jealously guarded reputation!!!

Carry on and God Bless this nation and all of it's recent losses and their kin!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Homer Simpson

I am very very interested in what this auction brings.

I have never seen the full size Weber Simpson anniversary edition up for auction, though I check on a regular basis.

The small ones are around, but this gentleman has another 3 days left and for such a unique piece I am surprized there is not a heck of a lot more attention already.

Early yet, I suppose.

Mine is in the box, never opened.

Homer Simpson Weber 22.5" One Touch charcoal grill


I spotted the intruder recently and laid out my strategies.

Then I waited.

I finally apprehended the mole, he had been operating right amongst my most personal matters, he had access to everything.

I gave him a thorough sounding with the old school sticky pad treatment.

I wasn't sure he would make it, but I managed to get my information and I can say to you that he has nothing good to tell his blokes back at home base.

I never knew they were so stretchy, those informants, or, if you must "moles".

That's all

Carry on...

D'nesh D'souza

Boortz points to an excellent article examining Obamas motives and internal calculus.

I have mentioned D'souza before and do believe he was wrongly set upon by his own pack out of the most childish of motives: fear of appearing uncool.

He was right that Western laciviousness is a motivating factor to the Islamic insanity and we won't countenance it in the least.

Your daughter has tattoos and piercings and is wearing a thong while she cheats on her 40th boyfriend? Never question the sexual revolution.

Read material from the Koran and Hadith which would have you kill her?

That's O.k. for you exotic muslims.

Want to burn the books which advocate killing the whores?

Now you have to go...

The sad mind of the Dhimmis.

Anyway his examination of Obama is also compelling, I think that Dinesh deserves an apology from his own camp, I only hope he maintains his own compass with strength and vigor as he moves through these times, he is an asset to us all.

He concludes his piece in Forbes quite well:

"Colonialism today is a dead issue. No one cares about it except the man in the White House. He is the last anticolonial. Emerging market economies such as China, India, Chile and Indonesia have solved the problem of backwardness; they are exploiting their labor advantage and growing much faster than the U.S. If America is going to remain on top, we have to compete in an increasingly tough environment.

But instead of readying us for the challenge, our President is trapped in his father's time machine. Incredibly, the U.S. is being ruled according to the dreams of a Luo tribesman of the 1950s. This philandering, inebriated African socialist, who raged against the world for denying him the realization of his anticolonial ambitions, is now setting the nation's agenda through the reincarnation of his dreams in his son. The son makes it happen, but he candidly admits he is only living out his father's dream. The invisible father provides the inspiration, and the son dutifully gets the job done. America today is governed by a ghost."

Houdini Orangutan

Paddy sent over this audio regarding a very bright orangutan named Fu Man Chu whose escape routine would make Houdini proud.

Dear Lord

Talk about a terrifying commute, via Opieradio, this scary video of climbing a transmission tower:

Waterfowl Festival

The Northeast Waterfowl Festival is this weekend in East Hartford and it looks like it has all sorts of photoriffic opportunities.

Who can guess what spec on the new D7000 has me beyond all others. Sure, it has incredible upgrades in all areas and looks like a fantastic device, but I don't have the financial wherewithal to justify anything right now. However there is one aspect of that spec sheet which, almost, on a limited basis, justify the investment, for me that is...or so I can tell myself for a minute or two before reality sets in.

The clincher for my drool is buried in this write up.

Anyhow Maggies Farm was and is very well informed and kind enough to remind us all of the delightful waterfowl festival. If you don't have Maggie's Farm bookmarked you are a IdiotDummy and big and fat! All five of those things you are!!

So there.

Dolphin Stampede

MU sent over this incredible video from Canada.

I wonder how bad it would be to have been on a kayak in their path, like a cowboy stranded afoot in the path of stampeding bison.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Federalist Papers

It has been years since I read, and enjoyed, those important works collectively called the "Federalist Papers".

I notice a quote by a commenter over at Volkh and a fine quote indeed.

What is so painful to me, and so alien to those with lives too busy and rich to notice, is the insanity of liberals and those in the Legal teaching sphere, which is to nearly repeat myself.

When I tell people that it is not just considered valid but considered a timely and important discussion in the Law Prof world, to consider weather humans have ANY rights at all, at the same time trying to hash out what rights animals have...Well, we are in trouble. Deep trouble.

To read these jerks suggesting that somehow our government is so complicated and technical, even compare it to a skyscraper, is just discouraging with a chaser of I want to see their teeth knocked out.

Here is the quote, who's side are you on, Madison, or a bunch of Legal Douche's who fluttered and swooned in the cult of Obama?:

Federalist #62:
It will be of little avail to the people, that the laws are made by men of their own choice, if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood; if they be repealed or revised before they are promulgated, or undergo such incessant changes that no man, who knows what the law is to-day, can guess what it will be to-morrow.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Bill Whittle

Intelligent, sincere, learned and articulate, measured and reserved.

Mr. Whittle is an admirable fellow, and you will be well rewarded to watch.

You may find you are not alone in your flailing frustrations.

You may find that there is success awaiting at the other end of our obligations to finally and thoroughly take our vile politicians to task.

He says it better than I am, go look:


It is perfectly ethical for muslims to lie to infidels in order to further their power and success.

This was evident manifestly in the actions of the islamic (I will be petty and not capitalize the cult's title) community during the last week's hullabaloo.

I own a very nice leather bound, silk end papered koran.

I also have been practicing setting a fire without a lighter or a match.

What I burn or draw is my business, Muslims need to stop imposing their religion on the Western world, they wish to enslave us, and we have far too many dhimmis to help them.

Here are some falsehoods involving our Founding Father's clarity, via Powerline:

Here is a very articulate piece by Andrew Klavan via Maggie's Farm


Tomorrow they will announce the replacement for the D90, to be called the D7000.

The specs all look very cool so far, but expensive.

Weren't they saying something about the housing being without a motor?

Monday, September 13, 2010

Night and Light and a Tug on It's Way

RIP Tuck

I am so sorry buddy, I wish I could have provided more comfort, removed some more...any more, pain towards the end.

Heartbreaking, but you are out of your pain now.

I will put up a couple of photos of the little feller for any who remember him or have heard me mention him.

Sorry Tuck, and Rest In Peace li'l fella...


via KitUp! the NYtimes has a photo gallery and article on the different repasts available to all those who have come from civilization far and wide to Afghanistan, which is not civilization as anyone would know it in the last century.

Australian Smokes Pages From 2 Different Books

One was the Bible, which preaches new testament tolerance and turning the other cheek.

Uh oh, the other was from that savage religion we refer to as Islam.

A very clear test regarding the state of the two religious cultures, as Stop the ACLU points out, and, by the way, where were the ACLU when pressure was brought to bear on free speech in Florida?

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Beach and Bug

A couple of photos.

I will begin posting more very soon, but for this moment a lovely salt water inlet and a lovely dragonfly.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Thank You KA

Thank you knives of Alaska.

You were not the culprit, but I hope you were part of the cure.

I will lend as little info as possible, but let's just say that large wound gauze should be necessary less than once in any 18 month cycle.


Update: 13 Month


Thursday, September 2, 2010

My Fur Freaks

I have two very close friends (actually family) who are furballs and they have both been quite ill. The tall one has been feeling awful this week. The wee one has a situation that requires a lot of attention and this has been transpiring for some time with the caring attention of his great grandma, grandma and hard studying mom and sundry characters who donate love and attention. Hopefully for a long time this will continue, if all goes well.

Here is a prayer and a shout out to two of the fantastic furred friends whom I love.


He's got it all that kook. Humor, balance (when he is not stumbling or wobbling but he has been raised in an Irish influenced household so it is likely mimicry), ingenuity, confidence, and a near perfect ability to blend in with his environment. So long as said environment is indoors, dry and resembles laundry or an ample down comforter. God Bless lad!

Poor Abby tugged at my heartstrings today. More than nauseous and still rallying to say hello to me in her exuberant fashion of boundless energy and waggling stick-to-it-iveness, even if for today that was a masque:

I love them both dearly and if you have a moment of good will say a poochie prayer for the angels.

Take, also, a moment to thoroughly contemplate the wonders of your friends, furred and otherwise.

Poor Abbs, she was being such a trooper I want to give her a huge hug, vommity breath and all!

They can't be all bad, those critters, if they seem to enjoy giving me a kiss. Me, more foul than their very own exits I must ASSume.

God Bless Tuck and Abby.

And Klara and Quinn and Reilly and Bubba and Lilo and Stitch and Tiger and Mittens and, Jimmy (nope, not another pet but the Irish accountant) throw me some of your pet's sobriquets! It occurs to me I don't know your pet's names.

Adam knows I am fairly poor with names but I did spell Klara correctly! I will do a pet montage soon.

Rocksy, Shivers, Max, and, well, I am still trying to work the dang hard drive keep loving and appreciating your furry companions both living and romping the meadows beyond, if you know whats good for you...


In case you may not have noticed the Obama administration has decided that weapons which we have lent to other nations, in this instance Korea, we would rather see destroyed than put back through the normal CMP cycle or some other such process.

The Obama administration approved the sale of the American-made rifles last year. But it reversed course and banned the sale in March – a decision that went largely unnoticed at the time but that is now sparking opposition from gun rights advocates.

A State Department spokesman said the administration’s decision was based on concerns that the guns could fall into the wrong hands.

“The transfer of such a large number of weapons — 87,310 M1 Garands and 770,160 M1 Carbines — could potentially be exploited by individuals seeking firearms for illicit purposes,” the spokesman told

“We are working closely with our Korean allies and the U.S. Army in exploring alternative options to dispose of these firearms.”

Others will comment far more eloquently than myself. I will, however, suggest that Obama is a panzy, and that tyrants tend to be overwrought panzies. I would not be surprised to see him attempt to quarter his civilian force which he suggested should rival the military in size and strength amongst us without our consent and while searching for our weapons.

No, I am not kidding.

The MSM will shove his vile "comprehensive immigration reform" down our throats.

Liberals are turds on a hot day.

"...potentially be exploited by individuals seeking firearms for illicit purposes..."

Purposes as illicit as maintaining a healthy regard from our metastasizing government.

I will own one, CMP or otherwise, and if the GOP has any set or fortitude this will not be the end of these weapons. Weapons we loaned, not gave.

Obama and his administration are sissies and that tends to end badly for all when they are handed a badge.

See police forces...and, no, I don't need to apologize to all of the fine officers out there, because the patriots and decent among them agree.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Happy Birthday Laura!!!

(Update: I was posting this around midnight but the links are all to September 2nd dates, which is Laura's birthday)

I hope it is fantastic and filled with wonderful moments.

Laura, I honestly cannot recall how old you are other than "timeless" and younger than myself. So let's simply run down a wee bit of month and date history:

1981 Katie Teft, born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, gymnast 1996 Olympics
1980 Ashley Witmer, Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA 1997
1974 Jason Lawson, NBA center, Orlando Magic
1974 Karina Wieland, Australian rower 1996 Olympics
1973 Matthew Dunn, Leeton NSW Australia, swimmer 1996 Olympics
1972 James Willis, NFL linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles
1972 Katarina Studenikova, Bratislava Slovak Rep, tennis star
1971 Rich Aurilia, born in Brooklyn, New York, infielder for the San Francisco Giants
1971 Shauna Sand, born in San Diego, California, actress, Renegade
1971 Tommy Maddox, NFL quarterback for the New York Giants
1969 Mark Brettschneider, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, actor, Jason-One Life to Live
1969 Russell Freeman, NFL tackle for the Oakland Raiders
1969 Shani Waugh, born in Bunbury, Australia, LPGA golfer, Australia sub-jr champ-1986, 87
1968 Ricardo de Jongh, soccer player, Dordrecht '90
1966 Salma Hayek, born in Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, actress, Mexican national, most prominent Mexican figure in Hollywood, fights discrimination against immigrants
1965 Doug Linton, born in Santa Ana California, pitcher for the Kansas City Royals
1965 Lennox Lewis, born in West Ham, England, professional boxer, won World heavyweight championship three times, 1988 Olympic Games gold medalist
1964 Keanu Reeves, Beirut, actor, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Speed
1963 Sam Mitchell, NBA forward, Minnesota Timberwolves
1961 Jeff Russell, Cincinnatti, Ohio, pitcher for the Texas Rangers
1960 Eric Dickerson, Texas, NFL halfback, Los Angeles Rams, Colts/2,105 yds in 1984
1960 Rex Hudler, born in Tempe, Arizona, outfielder, New York Yankees, California Angels
1959 Esther Oosterbeek, Dutch singer, Dolly Dots
1958 Marlene Janssen, born in Rock Island, Illinois, playmate, Nov, 1982
1957 Steve Porcaro, rock keyboards/vocalist, Toto-Roseanna, Africa
1955 Linda Purl, born in Greenwich, Connecticut, actress, Gloria-Happy Days, Matlock
1953 Gerhard P J Thiele, Brenz, Germany, astronaut
1953 John Zorn, American Composer
1952 Earl Pomeroy, born in Valley City, North Dakota, Representative-D-North Dakota 1993 -
1952 Jimmy Connors, U.S. Open-78, 82, 83 Wimbledon-74, 82
1951 Mark Harmon, born in Burbank, California, actor, Dr. Caldwell-St. Elsewhere
1951 Michael Gray, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, Ronnie-Brian Keith Show
1951 Jim DeMint, born in Greenville, South Carolina, politician, Republican, U.S. Senator from South Carolina, representative, 4th congressional district 1999 - 2005
1949 Albert West, Dutch singer, Dumb Willie
1948 Nate Archibald, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, NBA guard
1948 Sharon Christa Corrigan McAuliffe, teacher/astronaut, STS-25
1948 Terry Bradshaw, NFL quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers/announcer, CBS, FOX
1948 Christa McAuliffe, American Astronaut
1946 Luis Avalos, Havana Cuba, actor, Condo, E/R, I Had 3 Wives
1946 Marty Grebb, Chicago, rocker, Buckinghams
1944 Claude Nicollier, born in Vevey, Switzerland, astronaut, STS-61-K, 46, 61, 75
1943 Glenn Sather, NHL coach, Edmonton Oiler
1943 Joe Simon, U.S. singer, Power of Love
1943 Rosalind Ashford, Detroit, rock vocalist, Martha Reeve and Vandellas
1941 Tommy Aycock, Edinburg, Texas, PGA golfer, 1994 Las Vegas Senior-5th
1940 Beverly Sanders, born in Hollywood, California, actress, Lotsa Luck, CPO Sharkey
1940 Jimmy Clanton, Baton Rogue, Louisiana, rock vocalist, Just a Dream
1939 Robert Lee Dickey, U.S. singer, I'm your puppet
1939 Sam Gooden, Chattanooga Tennessee, rock vocalist, Impressions-Gypsy Woman
1938 Glyn Worsnip, broadcaster
1937 Peter Ueberroth, organized LA Olympics, 1984, baseball commissioner
1936 David Leonard Blake, composer
1936 Joan Kennedy, 1st wife of Mass Senator, Ted
1936 Andy Grove, Hungarian Businessman
1935 Jim Moody, born in Richlands, Virginia, Representative-D-Wisconsin 1983 - 1993
1933 Mathieu Kerekou, Statesman
1931 Alan K. Simpson, born in Denver, Colorado, Senator-R-Wyoming 1979 - 1997, minority whip
1931 Pierre Huyskens, Dutch radio host
1930 Andrey Pavlovich Petrov, composer
1928 Miloslav Istvan, composer
1928 Peter Mansfield, writer
1927 Francis Matthews, British actor, On the Bowery, Paul Temple
1927 Leonard Katzman, TV producer
1927 Trudi Jochum-Beiser, Austria, downhill skier 1952 Olympics gold
1927 Tzvi Avni, born in Saarbrucken, Germany, composer, Israeli emigrated to Palestine, student of Paul Ben-Haim, founded electronic studio at the Jerusalem Academy of Music
1925 Ronnie Stevens, born in London, England, actor, Rodney-Dick and Duchess
1919 Gideon William Waldrop, composer
1919 Marge Champion, born in Los Angeles, California, dancer, Marge and Gower Champion Show
1918 Allen Drury, author, Advise and Consent-1960 Pulitzer Prize
1918 Laurindo Almeida, composer/guitarist
1918 Martha Mitchell, wife of Attorney General John Mitchell
1917 Cleveland Amory, Nahant Massachusetts, conservationist/TV reviewer, TV Guide
1917 Laurindo Almeida, Brazilian guitarist, developed bossa nova
1916 Dorothy May Bundy-Cheney, winner of more than 141 U.S. tennis titles
1916 Penny Santon, Greenwich Village, New York, actress, Roll Out, Matt Houston
1915 Dai-Keong Lee, composer
1915 Hans Joachim Koellreutter, composer
1914 Booker T Laury, blues pianist/vocalist
1914 Tom Glazer, American Musician
1913 Bill Shankly, Scottish Athlete
1912 Johan Daisne, Herman Thiery, Belgian writer, magic realism
1911 Eileen Way, actress, Les Miserables, Rainbow, Vikings, Assassin
1911 Rene Amengual, composer
1910 Bruce Boyce, singer/teacher
1908 Barbara Jo Allen, New York City, actress, Ice Capades Revue, Rosie the Riveter
1905 Bernard C J Lievegoed, Dutch anthroposophist?, founder Free College
1904 Set Svanholm, Vasteras Sweden, tenor, London Convent Garden 1948-57
1904 Vera Vague, Barbara Jo Allen, New York City, actress, Follow the Leader
1894 Joseph Roth, Austria, journalist and writer, Hotel Savoy
1892 Felix Wolfes, composer
1887 Willem De Merode, protestant poet
1884 Frank Laubach, born in Benton, Pennsylvania, educator, taught reading through phonetics
1878 Werner von Blomberg, German minister of Reichswehr
1877 Frederick Soddy, English Scientist
1870 Marie Ault, Wigan England
1869 Delfien Vanhaute, Eckart, Flem pastor/poet, Parsifal, Ark of Noe
1866 Hiram Johnson, Gov-Progressive-Cal
1856 Yang Hsiu-ch'ing, commander in chief of Taiping Rebellion
1853 Wilhelm Ostwald, Germany, physical chemist, Nobel 1909
1850 Albert Spaulding, baseball player/founded Spaulding sports company
1850 Eugene Field, author/journalist, Little Boy Blue
1847 George Robert Sims, English Journalist
1839 Henry George, land reformer/writer, Progress and Poverty
1838 Liliuokalani, last queen of Hawaii, 1891 - 1893
1837 James Harrison Wilson, Major General Union volunteers
1814 Ernst Curtius, German archaeologist/historian
1798 Thomas Holliday Hicks, Union Gov
1778 Leopold FJJJ van Sassen Ysselt, Dutch politician
1778 Louis Bonaparte, French Royalty
1763 Caroline von Schelling, Michaelis, German author
1750 Pehr Frigel, composer
1731 Johann F von Cronegk, German playwright, Olint und Sophronia
1716 Johann Trier, composer
1705 Abraham Tucker, British Philosopher
1675 William Somerville, English Poet
1661 Georg Bohm, German organist/composer

And more from Wikipedea, God Bless and Happy Birthday Laura, I will find more!!


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