Rene Decartes, a famous philospher who tried to understand us,
Leo Buscaglia, psychologist tried to make the world better one hug at a time,
Cesare Chavez, an agent for social change and the betterment of man,
Al Gore, Vice-President and trying to change the world, literally change the world.
Reah Pearlman, well-known actress, mostly from Cheers reruns these days,
Christopher Walken, actor and generally scary guy, but you gotta love him.
Liz Claiborne, Fashion Maven made some look beautiful, at least on the outside,
Amanda Moody, Miss America from Utah, some people's ideal woman.
Barney Frank, US Representative, was he the first openly gay man elected to Congress? Good for him, either way. And good for us.
Patrick Leahy, US Senator. One of the old liberal guard, still standing watch.
Pius IX and Benedict XIV, a couple of Popes who were a big deal in their time, I'm sure.
Frederik V, King of Denmark/Norway and Henry II, King of Germany, just a couple of obscure monarchs, these days.
Franz Joseph Haydn, a composer who was then and will always be, a big deal.
Johann A P Schulz, still a big deal in hymnals everywhere.
Merle Wayne Sneed, noted 20th and 21st century crank. Neither creative enough or successful enough to make anyone's list but his own. Which is just the way I like it.
We all share today as our birthday.
I'm 60. How is that possible?
Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky