Katherine Ryan On Wednesday she cooks her potions.
Trying frantically to lift that face, Plump up those cheeks, fill those dimples - Be a knockout again!
Mike Tyson, American boxer, was born today in 1966.
Katherine Ryan, Canadian-Irish comedian, writer and presenter, was born on this day in 1983.
Cheryl Tweedy, English singer, was born on this day in 1983.
Lana Turner An illegal topper with red garters singing in the morning glory!
The fat spy (somewhere I’ll find you deep in my heart) is bringing up baby. The wayward bus - ever so slightly dangerous - here come the girls without love. Suddenly, last summer it happened in Athens, and she betrayed the conquest of space
Jayne Mansfield, American actress, died today in 1967.
Lana Turner, American actress, died today in 1995.
Rosemary Clooney, American actress, died today in 2002.
Katherine Hepburn, American actress, died today in 2003.
Archduke Frank Ferdinand Mud, blood, rockets and bullets,
Tanks, cannons, machines guns and horses, Gas, masks, pipers and poetry, And the subject of the blackest of comedy.
Mel Brooks, American actor, director, and Filmmarker was born today in 1926.
Elon Musk, South African / Canadian / American technology entrepreneur, was born on this day in 1971.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Austrian member of the Habsburg dynasty, was assassinated on this day in 1914, which precipitated the World War I.
John Entwistle Lost again in loud refrain
Shaking walls that cave in pain Looping up from dull disdain Sending us all quite insane.
J.J. Abrams, American filmmaker, was born today in 1966.
John Entwistle, English musician and songwriter, bass player for English rock band The Who, died on this day in 2002.
Richard III Historic villain, hunch backed and battered,
Roaming the battlefield, besmirched and blood-splattered, Appealing to Havoverian King, “A horse, my lord! A horse, please bring.” His weak appeal is lost in the cries Of the moaning injured and last goodbyes, And finally he enters the merciless sights And is remorselessly skewered by avenging knights.
Richard III, became king of England today in 1483.
William IV, became King of England and Hanover on this day in 1830.
George Orwell I make my last stand right at the edge,
I dig in my heels, like a squealing sow, Before I make my solemn last pledge And then jump into legend, like a sacred cow.
George Orwell, English novelist, was born today in 1903.
George Armstrong Custer, American General, made his last stand and died on this day in 1947.
Lionel Messi Follow it back, head to the start,
Kicking and beating the hungry consumers Pounding the drum, straight to the heart, Feeling the tempo, scotching the rumours.
Lionel Messi, Argentinian Professional Footballer, was born today in 1987.
Mick Fleetwood, English musician and actor, drummer and co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, was born on this day in 1947.
Peter Falk Don’t think of the curve,
Or butting heads with the stubborn ram, On opening night, you’ll feel the verve, And be crossed, like a paschal lamb.
Zinedine Zidane, French professional footballer and manager, was born today in 1972.
Peter Falk, American actor, famous for his role as Lt. Columbo, died on this day in 2011.
Jo Cox, MP We stand our ground with faithful hearts together.
They beat on through the night and into day. Follow your path to truth with no white feather, But, truth is hard to spot, hard to convey. The post will drop, the clock will tick again, The stars will shine then dawn will end the night. Your deeds in life will not be lost in vain Because a man came at you from the right. Goodbye dear friend, for you we all still grieve, We'll hold your dream to sheath the blades of war, Proclaim your truth because we still believe And that will validate you ever more.
Meryl Streep, American actress, was born today in 1949.
Joanne Cox, English politician, was born on this day in 1974.
Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, died on this day in 1969.
Jean-Paul Sartre He sharpens his teeth to take a bite out
Of the Prince, to make them both feel alive. In some way to prove that they both exist - To be right here, right now, and not a slave.
Jean-Paul Sartre, French philosopher, playwright, novelist and critic, was born today in 1905.
Chris Pratt, American actor, was born on this day in 1979.
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, British royal 2nd in line to the throne, was born on this day in 1982.
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