Friday, July 13, 2007

Tagged again

I have been tagged by Snow White ( to tell about the day I was born. She is so sweet an innocent, who knew she would tag me. I was too young to remember being born but I hear it went something like this:

On the day I was born.
The nurses all gathered around.
They gazed through the wide window,
At the new joy they had found.
The head nurse spoke up.
Said leave this one alone.
She could tell right away,
That I was bad to the bone.

Well it sounded familiar anyway (Thanks George T)

Actually here are some things in history that happened on my birthday which is July 27. (I forget the year) I won’t tag anyone else but would love to hear from anyone else who would like to follow suit.

1214 - Battle of Bouvines: In France, Philip II of France defeats John of England.
I don't know how to pronounce that name so I will call it the battle of cows.

1689 - Glorious Revolution: Battle of Killiecrankie ends. Just who was crankie and why did someone want to kill him?

1866 - The Atlantic Cable is successfully completed, allowing transatlantic telegraph communication for the first time. Wow have things changed.

1940 - A Wild Hare is released, introducing Bugs Bunny. I still love BB.

1974 - Watergate Scandal: The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee votes 27 to 11 to recommend the first article of impeachment against President Richard Nixon: obstruction of justice.So let me get this straight, you can get a BJ in the whitehouse but not wire tap? Man I love America.

1996 - In Atlanta, Georgia, Canadian sprinter Donovan Bailey set the 100m world record of 9.84s +0.7 m/s wind during the 1996 Summer Olympics. I could do that....if I could run fast. :)

These are the only famous people I could find that were born on my birthday.

• 1913 - George L. Street III American Navy Submariner (d. 2000)Me too.
• 1922 - Norman Lear, American television writer and producer. Another Great Leo
• 1931 - Jerry Van Dyke, American actor. I am funny too.
• 1948 - Peggy Fleming, American figure skater. We both have nice legs.
• 1949 - Maureen McGovern, American singer. I forget what she sang.
• 1953 - Yahoo Serious, Australian comedian. I think he was funny.

Have a great day, only 14 more shopping days left. Shop early spend lots.



Snow White said...

LOL Thanks for playing with me! (And for the record, I AM sweet and innocent!) Your answers are WAY better than mine!

Thanks again for being a good sport! Oh, and for the record, Maureen McGovern sang "There's Got to Be a Morning After" from that shipwreck movie that I can spell!

Jenny! said...

You can get a BJ where you want it...but people shouldn't be tapping that in public!

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