On This Day…

…In 1809: Abraham Lincoln was a mere day away from emancipating himself through a vagina.

…In 1926: Mrs. Nielsen gave birth to her son and considered naming him Shirley.  The young boy sternly asked not to be called that, suggesting “Leslie” instead.

…In 1936: Burt Reynolds was welcomed into a world that was wholly unaware of just how sexy the moustache can be.

…In 1963: Sylvia Plath proved that we really are all dying…by dying herself.

…In 1964: Sarah Palin was born and immediately began formulating ways to give a bad name to women, republicans, Americans, the human race, etc.

…In 1986: Boy George made a guest appearance on The A-Team and subsequently caused every grizzled male viewer to quiver as they questioned their sexual orientation.

…In 1990: James “Buster” Douglas upset Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson, and someone couldn’t have been more wrong when they told Iron Mike “things can only get better.”

…In 2006: Dick Cheney goes hunting and shoots his friend in the face; no joke needed.

And of course, Roger Dolata and Koren Sundquist decided to play things “not so safe,”  leaving them with this exactly 28 years ago today…

Happy Birthday to me!

I will now destroy you all.

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6 Responses to “On This Day…”

  1. Meli Bowersock Says:

    You will never destroy me, you puny earthling! Happy Birthday, James!

  2. Perry Zweber Says:

    Happy birthday Dude! Your destruction is accepted! Sorry about being a day late FaceBook reminded me but I didn’t want to be that dude!

  3. TJ Anguiano Says:

    Nice James, Love your references. Hope u had a great bday. Now commence the destroying……

  4. Lavern Ceparano Says:

    I have forgotten who it was but I first found out about your site from a link posted on Twitter. . Fancy the content I have seen so far and will certainly return to read more afterward. By the way, are you on Twitter?

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