Tuesday, January 15, 2008

He Hate Me

The next time any of you are in Blagoevgrad, I suggest you watch out for mud slides while inspecting sewers. I know it's a tough habit to break, but we here on BDPE want to keep our readers safe and sound.

In honor (memory?) of the 3 men who lost their lives, we will be giving you a triple dose of birthday goodness.

Today is somebody's birthday! Whose Birthday? Former Congressman Arthur Andrews' Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 99! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Arthur Andrews' name appears on "Tomb Raiders Redux (This Time with Candy)'s" and "Oldies But Goodies'" rosters

  • Andrews served only in the 87th Congress. He and other Alabama members opposed the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which passed after a controversial African-American-led demonstration from Selma to the state Capitol at Montgomery. In 1966, Andrews was defeated for reelection by about the same margin that he had won in 1964.
However, if he was running in Riverdale, I'm sure he would have won on name recognition alone (plus he may have received some campaign contributions from Mr. Lodge).

Today is somebody
else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Actor Frank Thornton's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 87! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Frank Thornton's name appears on "It's Always Sunny in Philadeadphia's" roster
  • Thornton left an early career in insurance to pursue acting.

He was originally told there were "insurance groupies" but left the insurance field when he found that not to be the case.

Today is somebody's else's else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Former NFL and XFL Running Back LeShon Johnson's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 37! And Never been Kissed By... Death

LeShon Johnson's name appears on "Blue's" roster
  • In Johnson's best game he rushed for 214 yards on 21 carries for the Arizona Cardinals vs. the New Orleans Saints on September 22nd, 1996. His football career ended playing in the XFL for the Chicago Enforcers.
At least it wasn't that big of a fall from grace for him. The Enforcers could have beaten the Cardinals any day of the week.

... And Many More!

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