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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

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21?

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

You are an absolute fucker but i do love you!!! :lol:

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

You are an absolute fucker but i do love you!!! :lol:

 

Actually, no, 48 must be about right as I am 22.

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

You are an absolute fucker but i do love you!!! :lol:

 

Actually, no, 48 must be about right as I am 22.

Again?

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

You are an absolute fucker but i do love you!!! :lol:

 

Actually, no, 48 must be about right as I am 22.

Again?

 

Stone.

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This is an easy one for me 31st August is Diana & Dodi Death Day.

 

I am campaigning for it to be made a national holiday.

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Amy Winehouse,23rd of July and both our dads are Scratch Bollocks London Cabbies

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I was born on May 2. Famous people who died on my birthday are :-

 

Leonardo da Vinci - artist

J. Edgar Hoover - 1st director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Justin Fashanu - openly gay footballer

Kevin Lloyd - The Bill actor

Oliver Reed - drinker and actor

Ted Rogers - comedian and presenter

Osama bin Laden - bad man

 

Anybody else got anyone better ?

Brilliant eclectic list of characters

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Rudolph Nureyev and Louis Braille died this day, me birffffdae. :old:

 

 

Ooops!

Happy Birthday!

21?

Blimey, no sarcasm!!!! You feeling ok Lardy? :lol:

48..... :(

Mind you the brain says nenenenenenenineteen.

 

48? That can't be right, as I'm sure you're old enough to be my dad....... :D

You are an absolute fucker but i do love you!!! :lol:

 

Actually, no, 48 must be about right as I am 22.

Again?

 

Stone.

 

22 on even years, 21 on odd years.

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June 6th : Along with Robert Kennedy(1968) and thousands of Allied soldiers killed on D-Day-

 

American Rebel Patrick Henry (1799)

Lillian Russell, actress & entertainer (1922)

Jean Harlow, Actress and The Orginal Blonde Bombshell (1937)

Louis Lumiere, french film pioneer (1948)

Carl Jung, Psychotherapist (1961)

Randolph Churchill, Winston Churchills son(1968)

Richest/MeanestMan In The World, J.Paul Getty (1976)

Jack Haley, The Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz (1979)

Stan Getz, Jazz Great (1991)

Peter Graves, English actor and all around grand thespian( 1996)

Anne Bancroft, award winning actress and wife of Mel Brooks (2005)

Alfred Newman, Life photographer ( soldier and nurse kissing in Times Square), WWII photographer as well as portrait taker of icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio and so forth (2006)

 

also June 6th is not a good day for many many cricket players.

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The 8th day of May sees me chalk up another mark.

Along with the deaths of: -

 

1982 – Gilles Villeneuve, Canadian race car driver (b. 1950)

1985 – Karl Marx, German composer (b. 1897)

1994 – George Peppard, American actor (b. 1928)

1999 – Dirk Bogarde, English actor (b. 1921)

 

& prior to my being: -

1947 – Harry Gordon Selfridge, American businessman, founded Selfridges (b. 1858)

 

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I get Karen Carpenter.

 

"Its yesterday once more............."

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August 17, a very quiet day to die:

 

1786 Friedrich der Große (Frederick the Great), Prussian king

1990 Pearl Bailey, American singer and actress

1992 Al Parker, American gay porn actor

 

But I found

1896 Bridget Driscoll, the first pedestrian victim of an automoblie accident in the UK :skill2:

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The 8th day of May sees me chalk up another mark.

Along with the deaths of: -

 

1982 – Gilles Villeneuve, Canadian race car driver (b. 1950)

1985 – Karl Marx, German composer (b. 1897)

1994 – George Peppard, American actor (b. 1928)

1999 – Dirk Bogarde, English actor (b. 1921)

 

& prior to my being: -

1947 – Harry Gordon Selfridge, American businessman, founded Selfridges (b. 1858)

 

I like it when a plan comes together

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Hang on........I also got Liberace- and Reg Priestley.

 

3 musicians. Can't play or sing a note.

 

Explains a lot.

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Strange as it may seem nobody has ever succumbed to the grip of the life ender on my birthday which happens to be rare on its own account even without the lack of death accompanying it. Further I have never found anyone else who shares my birthday.

 

It makes me wonder.......Is September 31 really that special a day that no others wish to share it either for death or being born?

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Came across this, so I'll add my list:

 

Eddie Fisher

Dorothy Lamour

Pope Innocent II

Irving Berlin

Dan Rowan (Laugh-In)

George C Scott

Isaac Stern

Vesta Williams

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No one famous or infamous died on my actual birthday, but Dorothy Dandridge passed a year earlier.

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July 19

 

Pope Symachus

Emperor Uda of Japan

Mary Boleyn (sister of Anne Boleyn)

and in 1692, two witches were burned...

 

So as you can see... nobody really famous :/

Not to mention that they all died centuries before I was born.

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No one of particular note until very recently. I mean you got:

James Smithson (1829)

Ranjit Singh (1839) founder of Sikh Empire

Joseph & Hyrum Smith (1844) founder of Latter Day Saints (Mormons)

 

Then nuthin (all due respect to a bunch of non-Americans I never heard the fuck of, you Brits get the great Frank Smyth (1949) Lottie Dod (1960) A.J. Ayer (1989) (pfft whoever)

....until the 2000s when I got a nice little run going...

Jack Lemmon (2001)

John Entwistle (2002)

Gen George Patton IV (2004)

Then it dries up.

Bobby Womack was kind enough to try to get things going again last year (2014).

 

Sir Creep

 

[Edit]

Chris Squire - 2015 :-(

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Came across this, so I'll add my list

 

George C Scott

 

You got GCScott, I got Gen George Patton IV.

It's like we are kindred spirits!

SC

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