Sunday, February 10, 2008

Of Death and Dogs

Since this week is the Westminster Dog Show, I though it be appropriate to share a story about death and dogs.

As far as I know, none of yesterday's birthday have dogs and therefore can concentrate on keeping themselves alive.

Yesterday was somebody's birthday! Whose Birthday? Actress Kathryn Grayson's Birthday. How Old Is She? 1,2,3,4... 86! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Kathryn Grayson's name appears on "Remains to Be Seen's" roster

  • Grayson's first TV appearances were in the 1950's, and she received an Emmy nomination in 1956 for her performance in the General Electric Theater episode Shadow on the Heart with John Ericson. Most recently, she appeared in several episodes of Angela Lansbury's long-running series Murder, She Wrote in the late 1980's.
If your most recent work includes "Murder, She Wrote" you are probably a pretty good pick for a Death Pool.

Yesterday was somebody else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Artist, writer, and musician Holly Johnson's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 48! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Holly Johnson's name appears on "Dead Place's" roster
  • Johnson played bass with Big in Japan and released several solo singles on the Eric's label, before finding fame as the lead singer and lyricist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who enjoyed considerable controversy and commercial success during their heyday in the early 1980s.
In fact, he was the one who led to Mugatu's ousting from the band before their hit "Relax"

... And Many More!

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