Thursday, January 24, 2008

The President, an Actor, and a Reverand

Since these people are not dead, they don't need to worry about the Richmond County, Georgia deputy coroner stealing their presents.

Today is somebody's birthday! Whose Birthday? Former President of Venezuela Rafael Caldera's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 92! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Rafael Cadera's name appears on "Deep Sleepers'" roster

  • In 1996, the astrologer José Bernardo Gómez, predicted the death of Caldera. He was later arrested by the Venezuelan Political Police.

"Deep Sleepers" must have spoke to Dionne Warwick before making his roster picks.

Today is somebody else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Actor Ernest Borgnine's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 91! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Ernest Borgnine's name appears on "I Am Ready to Meet My Maker's", "TIREMAN422's", and "Grateful(ly) Dead's" rosters

  • Since 1999, Borgnine has provided his voice talent to the cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants as the elderly superhero Mermaid Man, where he is once again paired up with his McHale's Navy co-star, Tim Conway, who voices Mermaid Man's sidekick Barnacle Boy.

I still think his role as Manny in "The Single Guy" was overlooked.

Today is somebody's else's else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Televangelist and former faith healer Oral Roberts' Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 90! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Oral Roberts' name appears on "The Kick the Bucket List's" and "They Are Now as Cold as Ice's" rosters

  • From the late 1980's to 1992 Roberts maintained a residence in the exclusive St. Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida. Roberts would commute via private jet from his base in Oklahoma to Boca Raton airport for weekend visits to his golf club retreat. Most of the other residents of St. Andrews were Jewish, and since Roberts was identified by his first name of Granville when he was visiting Florida his presence went mostly unrecognized.

You mean to tell me Jews don't recognize televangelists with universities named after them?

... And Many More!

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