Sundays " Birthdays " 9/4
July 18, 2004
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unicornlover, sammey, agnes, Vegastogo2, kl941948, william wills, ShinerBockGirl.
" Happy Birthday " to all , Past and Present members of LotteryPost.
Have a great day...!
" You can not control the Wind, but you can direct the Sail "
October 28, 2009
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Happy Birthday everyone, Have a great day.
June 21, 2008
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Happy Birthday to ALL ... Hope you enjoy your Special Day~
August 31, 2007
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May 11, 2010
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Make A Wish
Happy Birthday to all birthday babies
March 25, 2011
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!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!
Anton Bruckner 1824
Daniel Burnham 1846
Richard Wright 1908
Henry Ford II 1917
Paul Harvey 1918
Howard Morris 1919
Craig Claiborne 1920
Dick York 1928
Mitzi Gaynor 1931
Dawn Fraser 1937
Leonard Frey 1939
Ken Harrelson 1941
Raymond Floyd 1942
Merald "Bubba" Knight (Gladys Knight & The Pips) 1942
Jennifer Salt 1944
Gene Parsons (The Byrds) 1944
Gary Duncan (Quicksilver Messenger Service) 1946
Tom Watson 1949
Ronald LaPread (Commodores) 1950
Judith Ivey 1951
Martin Chambers (Pretenders) 1951
Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs 1953
Khandi Alexander 1960
Damon Wayans 1960
Kim Thayil (Soundgarden) 1960
Mike Piazza 1968
Ione Skye 1971
Ty Longley (Great White) 1971
Donny Ponce 1972
JeLana LaFleur (Quad City DJ's) 1973
Wes Bentley 1978
Dan Miller (O-Town) 1980
Beyoncé Knowles (Destiny's Child) 1981
0476 - Romulus Augustulus, the last emperor of the western Roman Empire, was deposed when
Odoacer proclaimed himself King of Italy.
1530 - Russian Czar Ivan "The Terrible" was born.
1609 - English navigator Henry Hudson began exploring the island of Manhattan.
1776 - Francois Rene Chateaubriand was born. He was a French poet, novelist, statesman, historian and explorer.
1781 - Los Angeles, CA, was founded by Spanish settlers. The original name was "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles de Porciuncula," which translates as "The Town of the Queen of Angels."
1825 - New York Governor Clinton ceremoniously emptied a barrel of Lake Erie water in the Atlantic Ocean to consummate the "Marriage of the Waters" of the Great Lakes and the Atlantic.
1833 - Barney Flaherty answered an ad in "The New York Sun" and became the first newsboy/paperboy at the age of 10.
1882 - Thomas Edison's Pearl Street electric power station began operations in New York City. It was the first display of a practical electrical lighting system.
1885 - The Exchange Buffet opened in New York City. It was the first self-service cafeteria in the U.S.
1886 - Geronimo, and the Apache Indians he led, surrendered in Skeleton Canyon in Arizona to Gen. Nelson Miles.
1888 - George Eastman registered the name "Kodak" and patented his roll-film camera. The camera took 100 exposures per roll.
1894 - A strike in New York City by 12,000 tailors took place to protest sweatshops.
1899 - An 8.3 earthquake hit Yakutat Bar, AK.
1917 - Henry Ford II was born. He was the head of the Ford Motor Company for 40 years.
1921 - The first police broadcast was made by radio station WIL in St. Louis, MO.
1923 - The first American dirigible, the "Shenandoah," began its maiden voyage in Lakehurst, NJ.
1948 - The Dutch Queen Wilhelmina left her throne for health reasons.
1949 - The longest pro tennis match in history was played when Pancho Gonzales and Ted Schroeder played 67 games in five sets.
1951 - The first live, coast-to-coast TV broadcast took place in the U.S. The event took place in San Francisco, CA, from the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference. It was seen all the way to New York City, NY.
1953 - The New York Yankees became the first baseball team to win five consecutive American League championships.
1957 - The Ford Motor Company began selling the Edsel. The car was so unpopular that it was taken off the market only two years.
1967 - "Gilligan's Island" aired for the last time on CBS-TV. It ran for 98 shows.
1971 - "The Lawrence Welk Show" was seen for the last time on ABC-TV.
1972 - Swimmer Mark Spitz captured his seventh Olympic gold medal in the 400-meter medley relay event at Munich, Germany. Spitz was the first Olympian to win seven gold medals.
1989 - A reconnaissance satellite was released by the Air Force's Titan Three rocket. The Titan Three set over 200 satellites into space between 1964 and 1989.
1993 - Pope John Paul II started his first visit to the former Soviet Union.
1993 - Jim Abbott, pitcher for the New York Yankees, pitched a no-hitter. Abbott had been born without a right hand.
1995 - The Fourth World Conference on Women was opened in Beijing. There were over 4,750 delegates from 181 countries in attendance.
1998 - In Mexico, bankers stopped approving personal loans and mortgages.
1998 - The International Monetary Fund approved a $257 million loan for the Ukraine.
1999 - The United Nations announced that the residents of East Timor had overwhelmingly voted for independence from Indonesia in a referendum held on August 30.
2002 - The Oakland Athletics won their AL-record 20th straight game. The A's gave up an 11-run lead during the game and then won the game on a Scott Hatteberg home run in the bottom of the ninth inning.
2003 - Keegan Reilly, 22, became the first parapalegic climber to reach the peak of Japan's Mount Fuji.
1644 - Composer Juan Bautista Jose Cabanilles was born.
1824 - Composer Anton Joseph Bruckner was born.
1892 - Composer Darius Milhaud was born.
1928 - Wingy Manone recorded "Downright Disgusted" with Gene Krupa on drums.
1952 - Gladys Knight & the Pips were formed after a birthday party for Bubba Knight.
1957 - "The Buddy Deane Bandstand" debuted in Baltimore, MD.
1959 - "Mack the Knife" by Bobby Darin was banned by a radio station in New York City.
1962 - The Beatles began recording at EMI's Abbey Road Studio for the first time. "Love Me Do" was recorded.
1964 - The Animals gave their debut performance in Brooklyn, NY, at the U.S. Paramount Theater.
1965 - The Who had their equipment van stolen while purchasing a guard dog at Battersea Dog's Home in England.
1968 - "Street Fighting Man," by the Rolling Stones, was banned in several cities in the U.S. Authorities feared it might incite public disorder.
1969 - The Youngbloods did not appear as scheduled on "The Tonight Show."
1970 - George Harrison released "My Sweet Lord."
1970 - "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out" was released by the Rolling Stones.
1976 - The KISS single "Beth" was released.
1991 - Dottie West died at the age of 58. She died from injuries incurred in a car accident 5 days earlier. West was the first female country Grammy winner.
1996 - Cat Stevens (Yusaf Islam) emerged to sign copies of his first album in 18 years.
1996 - Kiss performed on the MTV Video Music Awards. They performed under the Brooklyn Bridge.
1997 - After performing at the MTV Video Music Awards, Pat Smear publicly announced that he would no longer be the guitarist for the Foo Fighters.
2002 - Singer Kelly Clarkson was voted the first "American Idol" on the Fox TV series.
2008 - Billboard announced that Aerosmith was working closely with the creators of a new "Guitar Hero" release which would be dedicated to the band's music. The game was released on June 29, 2008.
June 28, 2005
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Happy Birthday: Guys & Gals!
A mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimensions!
Way back up in them dadgum hills, son!
April 28, 2009
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Happy Birthday Everybody!
"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"
April 4, 2009
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uniconrlover, sammey, agnes, vegastogo, kl941948, william wills, ShinerBockGirl, Happy Birthday to all The Family, I believe once a Lottery Post Family, always a Lottery post family it's like that!! It's real
we understand each other, like no other...ha,ha,ha, your penchant for the digits, enchant!!! !
Happy birthday and I wish you all, good health and winnings all the time!
forget what "they" say about you. What you say about you?...
Now, does it count??