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Jason Momoa - 35 (Ronon, the dreadlock-wearing warrior on "Stargate Atlantis". Lisa Bonet has two kids with him: a daughter and a son. DAYUM! i'd climb those ABS)
Sam Mendes - 49 (producer/director, director of upcoming James Bond
"Skyfall" movie-director of "American Beauty", "Road To Perdition" and "Jarhead". He used to schtupp Kate Winslet .)
The Racist Formerly Known as The Greaseman - 63
Ziggy" cartoonist Tom Wilson - 83
Jerry Garcia - (1942 - 1995) (Fascinating Jerry Garcia Fact: Did you know that Jerry Garcia was missing half of his right middle finger? It's true.)
Herman Melville - (1819 - 1891) (Bored you to death in high school with "Moby Dick".)(Moby the little bald DJ-type guy . . . claims Melville is his great-great-great-granduncle.)
Francis Scott Key - (1779 - 1843) (He wrote "The Star Spangled Banner" in 1814 after seeing the British bombing Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore. It became the U.S. National Anthem in 1931.)
1819 - The first coast-to-coast automobile trip was completed, from San Francisco to New York- * Followed by the first stealing of a car to strip it down and sell it
1936 The Olympic games opened in Berlin with a ceremony presided over by Adolf Hitler.
1957 - America's first commercial building heated by solar power opened. * Three months later, the owners got a utility bill from God.
1960 - Aretha Franklin made her first secular recordings, which included "Today I Sing the Blues."
1960 - Chubby Checker's "The Twist" was released.
1960 - Elvis Presley was named Public Enemy #1 by the East German newspaper, "Young World."
1968 - Mick Jagger's movie "Performance" was released.
1971 - "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour" was debuted on CBS-TV.
1973 - The movie "American Graffiti" opened.
1977 - The book "Elvis: What Happened?" went on sale. The book was written by two of Elvis' ex-bodyguards.
1981 - MTV made its debut at 12:01am. The first video to be shown was "Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles.
1988 Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh began broadcasting his nationally syndicated radio program.
1994 - Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley announced that they had been married 11 weeks earlier in the Dominican Republic.
1995 Westinghouse Electric Corp. struck a deal to buy CBS for $5.4 billion.
1996 - MTV launched another channel known as M2.
Dean Cain - 48 (Dean demolished Brooke Shields' hymen faster than a speeding bullet. He deflowered her when they were both horny students at Yale.) (True. Swear!)
J.K. Rowling - 49 ( British writer who gave us "Harry Potter" . . . and who is now RICHER THAN THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND. It's probably no coincidence that in the books, Harry's birthday is also July 31st.)
Wesley Snipes - 52 (Tax cheat.Actor and did Drag once)
Michael Biehn - 58 (Kyle in "The Terminator", Corporal Hicks in "Aliens", the sheriff in "Planet Terror" AND he is Val Kilmer's "huckleberry", Johnny Ringo, in "Tombstone". I saw him first ina movie called THE FAN i saw him first ina movie with Lauren BaCall)
Alan Autry - 62 (Captain Bubba Skinner on "In The Heat Of The Night" and he was the mayor of Fresno, California, from 2001 to January of this year.)
Barry Van Dyke - 63 (Detective Steve Sloan on "Diagnosis Murder". His father is a Dick. Literally. Dick Van Dyke).)
Gary Lewis - 69 (Son of Jerry Lewis, and leader of Gary Lewis & The Playboys. Biggest hits: 1965's "This Diamond Ring" and 1966's "Everybody Loves A Clown".)
George Liberace - (1911 - 1983) (Liberace's brother. Liberace's real name was Wladziu Valentino Liberace. He and his mad piano skills were taken from us in 1987 by the AIDS.)
Ted Cassidy - (1932 - 1979) (Lurch on "The Addams Family" TV series.)
1928 - "LEO THE LION" roared for the first time at the beginning of MGM's first "talking" movie, "White Shadows In The South Seas". There was only ONE WORD of dialogue in the entire film . . . that word was "Hello."
1792 - The cornerstone of the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia, PA, was laid. It was the first building to be used only as a U.S. government building.
1928 - MGM’s Leo the lion roared for the first time. He introduced MGM’s first talking picture, "White Shadows on the South Seas."
1932 - Enzo Ferrari retired from racing. In 1950 he launched a series of cars under his name
1969 - A Russian police chief reported that thousands of Moscow telephone booths were broken by raging Ruskie thieves who STOLE PHONE PARTS in order to CONVERT THEIR ACOUSTIC GUITARS TO ELECTRIC. Rock & Roll Forever, comrades.
1972 Democratic vice-presidential candidate Thomas Eagleton withdrew from the ticket with George McGovern following disclosures that Eagleton had once undergone psychiatric treatment.
1977 The "Son of Sam" killer claimed his last victims when he shot and killed Stacy Moskowitz, 20, and seriously wounded her date as they sat in a parked car in Brooklyn, N.Y. (David Berkowitz was arrested less than two weeks later. He is serving six sentences of 25 years to life.)
1984 - The U.S. MEN'S GYMNASTICS TEAM upset China to win the team gold medal at the L.A. Summer Olympics. They won thanks to perfect 10 performances by TIM DAGGETT, BART CONNER and MANTASTIC MITCH GAYLORD.
1991 - PRESIDENT BUSH and Soviet President MIKHAIL GORBACHEV signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in Moscow. They used pens made of metal from nuclear missiles that were destroyed under a 1987 treaty.
1995 - The WALT DISNEY COMPANY agreed to acquire CAPITAL CITIES-ABC in a $19 BILLION deal
1997 - In New York City, NY, police seized five bombs believed to be bound for terrorist attacks on city subways.
1998 - Nicolas Cage received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2008 Scientists reported the Phoenix spacecraft had confirmed the presence of frozen water in Martian soil.
2009 Three American tourists were arrested by Iran on suspicion of espionage during what their families have said was a simple hiking trip along the Iraq-Iran border. (One was released on bail, the others remain in Iranian custody.)
2010 - ALICIA KEYS married producer SWIZZ BEATZ on the island of Corsica. She was plump with fetus at the time, and gave birth in October.
Wil Wheaton - 42 (Hairless Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", and hairless Gordie in "Stand By Me".)
RODNEY ALLEN RIPPY!!! - 46 (Cute nubian kid from the Jack-in-the-Box commercials back in the '70s.)
Alexandra Paul - 51 ("Baywatch" babe.)
Tony Sirico - 72 (was Paulie Walnuts on "The Sopranos". He actually did time in prison for a couple of stickups back in the '60s. True.)
Elizabeth Dole - 78 (Receiver of Bob Dole's Viagra-rejuvenated GOP monster.)
Peter Jennings - Would have been 76 - (1938 - 2005)
1771 - The delicious after-dinner drink, AQUA TUFANIA, was banned in England. It was a poisonous concoction sold to husbands who wanted to kill their wives or enemies. MADAM TUFANIA, the French woman who invented the drink, was publicly STRANGLED.
1890 - VINCENT VAN GOGH died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Auvers, France.
1957 Jack Paar debuted as host of NBC's "Tonight" show.
1966 - BOB DYLAN was injured in a motorcycle accident near his home in Woodstock, New York. He broke several vertebrae, and suffered amnesia and mild paralysis and his voice and music were never the same.
1974 - MAMA CASS ELLIOTT of the MAMAS & PAPAS died of a heart attack NOT from choking on the ham sandwich found next to her very strong bed.
1981 - PRINCE CHARLES and LADY DIANA were married before 2,500 guests at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. The fairy-tale wedding was watched by 700 MILLION viewers around the world. Charles and Diana were divorced on August 28th, 1996.
1983 - The film "Private School", starring PHOEBE CATES, opened.
1995 - "Dreaming Of You", by slain Tejano star SELENA, debuted at #1 on the charts some four months after her death.
1996 - 35-year-old CARL LEWIS shocked the world by taking the Gold medal in the long jump at the Atlanta Olympics. It was his NINTH Gold, and it made him one of only two athletes ever to win the same event at four straight Olympic Games.
2000 - BRAD PITT married JENNIFER ANISTON. Today would have been their 10th anniversary. (Their divorce was finalized in October of
2005. Angelina Jolie gave birth to Brad's daughter Shiloh in May of 2006.
2008Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was indicted on seven felony counts of concealing more than a quarter of a million dollars in house renovations and gifts he had received from a powerful oil contractor. (A judge later dismissed the case, saying prosecutors had withheld evidence.)
Nick Hogan - 24 (Hulk Hogan's self-centered ego tard son who made a vegetable out of his 22-year-old friend John Graziano while drag racing his Supra in Florida three years ago. he cried in prison. alot)
Cheyenne Kimball - 24 (MTV chick from the reality show "Cheyenne". She won "America's Most Talented Kid" when she was 12. where is she? )
Pete Yorn - 40 (Musician who's given his bizess to Winona Ryder, Heather Graham AND Minnie Driver. Also appeare in the film Me myself and Irene)
Triple H - 45 (WWE superstar! His real name is Paul Michael Levesque.)
SASHA MITCHELL - 47 (CODY on "Step By Step" . . . THE star of "Kickboxer" 1, 2, 3 AND 4 . . . and superstar WIFE-BEATER.)
YAHOO SERIOUS!!! - 61 (Albert Einstein in "Young Einstein".)
Maureen McGovern - 65 (Singer. Biggest Hit: "The Morning After".)
Peggy Fleming - 66 (Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater and still darn sexy.)
BOBBIE GENTRY!!! - 70 (Singer of "Ode to Billie Joe".)
Jerry Van Dyke - 83 (Luther Horatio Van Dam on "Coach" . . . and Dick's little brother.)
Norman Lear - 92 (GENIUS TV producer. He gave us the classics "All in the Family", "The Jeffersons", "One Day at a Time", "Good Times" and "Maude")
1866 After two failures, Cyrus W. Field succeeded in laying the first underwater telegraph cable between North America and Europe.
1940 Bugs Bunny made his debut in the Warner Bros. animated cartoon "A Wild Hare."
1960 Vice President Richard M. Nixon was nominated for president at the Republican National Convention in Chicago.
1967 In the wake of urban rioting, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed the Kerner Commission to assess the causes of the violence.
1974 The House Judiciary Committee voted 27-11 to recommend President Richard M. Nixon's impeachment on a charge that he had personally engaged in a "course of conduct" designed to obstruct justice in the Watergate case.
1980 The deposed Shah of Iran died in Egypt at age 60.
1995 The Korean War Veterans Memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C.
1996 A pipe bomb exploded at a public park during the Olympic games in Atlanta, killing one person and injuring more than 100.
2003 Comedian Bob Hope died at age 100.
2003 Lance Armstrong won a record-tying fifth straight Tour de France title.
2005 Ahmed Ressam, an Algerian who'd plotted to bomb the Los Angeles airport on the eve of the millennium, was sentenced to 22 years in prison.