Happy Birthday PJC!

Enjoy Your B-Day!!!

A few guys wanted me to send along their birthday wishes:


Ian Curtis says (posthumously): "Have a good one!  Get enough Manchester ale in you on your bday so that you dance like me!"


"Hey PJC!  Stretch out and wait for that cake!!"


"Hey if you don't eat your cake, it means I saw it first.  I love LA!"  - Black Francis


"Just be glad you aren't spending your birthday in a NYC men's bathroom.  Not a good time when you're growing up.  Enjoy your birthday!"   - Jim Carroll 


Lou Reed invited some of his closest friends to sing you "Perfect Day".  "Drink some sangria in the park already!"


"We are so psyched about your bday our hair looks like this!" - Jesus/Mary/Chain


"Have a good time on your bday.  Just make sure it doesn't end like all my days begin.  These cuffs are tight." - Pete Doherty


Remember these fools?  They say, "Hey man, remember when we got that cow to bark?  Yeah, me neither.  Take it easy bro-has!!!" - Donny and Raul


What happened on your bday.  Just this:

Birthdates Which Occur on October 19:
1507 Viglius ab Aytta Zuichemus priest
1545 Giovanale Ancina composer
1581 Dimitri Ivanovitch Russian son of Ivan IV "the Terrible"
1605 Thomas Browne British writer (Garden of Cyrus)
1652 Louis Le Quointe composer
1684 Johann Christoph Fravenholtz composer
1690 Giuseppi Maria Carretti composer
1784 John McLoughlin Hudson's Bay Co pioneer in Oregon Country
and Leigh Hunt British writer (Lord Byron)
1792 Dirk Dark Curtius attorney/liberal minister of Justice
1810 Cassius Marcellus Clay Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1903
1819 Joseph C Juglar French physician/economist (Crises Commercial)
1824 Frantisek Pivoda composer
and Rufus Saxton Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1908
1828 Adolfo Fumagalli composer
1834 Francis Channing Barlow US lawyer/gen-major/co-founder (ABA)
1859 Georg Knorr German engineer (rem system trains)
1862 Auguste LumiŠre made 1st movie (Workers Leaving LumiŠre Factory)
1863 John Huston Finley Ill, editor (NY Times (1937-38)
1866 Clarence Lucas composer
1868 Bertha Landes 1st woman elected mayor of a major US city (Seattle)
1871 Walter B Cannon US physiologist (Wisdom of the Body)
1873 Jap Eden World Champion bicyclist/skater
1876 Mordecai (3 finger) Brown hall of fame pitcher
1882 Vincas Kreve-Mickievicius Lithuania, poet/philologist/playwright
1889 Uncle Art Satherly entertainer^
1892 Alexander A Aljechin Russian/French chess champ (1927-35, 37-46)
and Ilmari Hannikainen composer
1895 Louis Mumford cultural historian/city planner/writer
1899 Miguel Asturias Guatemala, poet/diplomat (Hombres de Maiz, Nobel 67)
1900 Theodoro Valcarcel composer
1901 Arleigh A Burke US, admiral (WW II, Solomon Islands, Navy Cross)
1903 Vittorio Giannini composer
1908 Nils Geirr Tveitt composer
and Patrick Cairns "Spike" Hughes British jazz musician/composer (Elegy)
and Spike Hughes composer
1909 Robert Beatty Hamilton Ontario, actor (Amorous Mr Pawn)
1910 Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar India, astrophysicist (Nobel 1983)
1911 George Cates NYC, orch leader (Lawrence Welk Show)
1913 Jean Urruty France, Jai-Alai champion
and Vasco Pratolini Italian writer (Le ragazze di San Frediano)
1916 David Lewis Pitts Pa, actor (Edward Quartermaine-General Hospital)
and Emil Gilels Odessa Russia, pianist (Brussels Competition-1938)
and Karl-Birger Blomdahl composer
1918 Louis Althusser French philosopher
1920 LaWanda Page Cleve Ohio, actress (Aunt Esther-Sanford & Sons)
1921 George Nader Pasadena Calif, actor (Robot Monster, Away All Boats)
and Gunnar Nordahl Sweden, soccer players (Olympic-gold-1948)
1922 Jack Anderson newspaper columnist (Wash Post)
1925 Bernard Hepton Bradford England, actor (6 Wives of Henry VIII)
1927 Marjorie Tallchief US ballerina (Harkness Ballet)
and Pierre Alechinsky Belgian painter (Cobra)
1928 Buff Cobb Florence Italy, actress (Masquerade Party)
1929 Balbir Singh India, field hockey player (Olympic-gold-1948-56)
and Dumitru Capoianu composer
1931 John Le Carr‚ [Cornwell], England, spy novelist (Little Drummer Girl)
and Laszlo Kalmar composer
1932 Lloyd Haynes South Bend Indiana, actor (Pete Dixon-Room 222)
and Robert Reed Highland Park Ill, actor (Mike-Brady Bunch, Nurse)
1933 Wilfried Dietrich German FR, super-heavyweight (Olympic-gold-1960)
1934 David Guard rocker (Kingston Trio)
and Jakubu Gowon army staff chief/president of Nigeria (1966-75)
1935 Jim Reeves rocker
1936 Tony Lo Bianco Brooklyn NY, actor (Ann Jillian Story, Hizzoner!)
1937 Peter Max psychadelic artist
and Sean Garrison NYC, actor (Up Periscope, Splendor in the Grass)
1938 Ton Regtien Dutch student leader
1939 Benita Valente Delano Calif, soprano (Pamina-Die Zauberfl”te)
1940 Jerzy Kulej Poland, light welterweight boxer (Olympic-gold-1964, 68)
and Michael Gambon English actor (Singing Detective, Paris at Night)
1941 Simon Ward London England, actor (4 Musketeers, 4 Feathers)
1943 Robert Morris composer
and Robin Greville Holloway composer
1944 George McCrae US singer (Lead Me On, Rock Your Baby)
and Keith Adrian [Johnson], Indies/Dutch actor (Intrepid Mr Twist)
1945 Harris Glenn Divine Baltimore MD
and John Lithgow Rochester NY, actor (Harry & Hendersons, Pelican Brief)
and Keith Reid rocker (Procol Harum) [or 10/10/46]
and Patrick Simmons rocker (Doobie Brothers)
1947 Wilbert Hart US singer (Four Gents, Delfonics-Didn't I)
1948 Chester Biscardi composer
1951 Annie Golden Brooklyn NY, actress (Forever Lulu, Hair)
1952 Veronica Judith S inz Castro Mexico, spanish singer/actress
1955 Lonnie Shelton NBA forward (NY Knick, Seattle Supersonics)
and Pat Klous Hutchinson Ks, actress (Marcy-Flying High, Judy-Love Boat)
1956 Nino DeFranco rocker (DeFranco Family)
and Sue Barker tennis pro (French Open 1976)
1957 Karl Wallingher Prestatyn Wales, rocker (World Party)
1958 Antoine Trousers rock drummer/singer (Dike-Bleeding Heart)
and John Bloom [Joe Bob Briggs], drive-in movie critic
1960 Dan "Woody" Woodgate London, rock drummer (Madness)
and Jennifer Holliday Houston Tx, singer/actress (Dream Girls)
and Woody rocker (Voice of Beehive-Let it Bee)
1962 Evander Holyfield Atmore Ala, boxer (Oly-bronze-1988)/champ (1990-92)
and Ruud Bread soccer player (NAC)
1963 Laurens BBM Belgian prince/son of Albert Paola
1965 Maria Lee Ostapiej La Mess Calif, Miss Calif-America (1991)
1966 Amy Linker Bkln NY, actress (Lewis & Clark, Lauren-Square Pegs)
and Anna Clark San Francisco Ca, playmate (Apr, 1987)
and Sinitta rocker (Omn Sinitta)
1967 Amy Carter Pres Carter's daughter/peace activist
1973 Shi-Ting Wang Taiwan, tennis star
1978 Chris Sellers Cleve Ohio, rapper (Another Bad Creation)
1980 Benjamin Salisbury actor (Nanny)

 Deaths Which Occured October 19: 
1268 Konradin von Hohenstaufen duke of Zwaben, beheaded
1547 Pierino del Vaga Italian painter, dies at about 46
1553 Bonifazio Veronese/Veneziano [de' Pitati], Italian painter, dies
1608 Martinus A del Rio Spanish lawyer historian/theologist, dies
1609 Jacobus Arminius [Jacob Hermans], theologist, dies at about 49
1745 Jonathan Swift English writer (Gulliver's Travels), dies
1758 Johan H Roman Finnish/Swedish composer/conductor/violinist, dies
1786 Pietro Alessandro Pavona composer, dies at 58
1790 Lyman Hall US physician/signer (Decl of Ind), dies at 66
1793 Francisco Morera composer, dies at 62
1810 Jean-Georges Noverre French choreographer (ballet d'action), dies
1813 Josef Poniatovski Polish gen/marshal of France, dies in battle
1834 Cornelis Loots accountant/poet (Volkswoede), dies at 69
1835 Henry Doeff translator (Dutch-Japanese dictionary), dies at 57
1838 Henry Fagel baron/court clerk of States-General/diplomat, dies at 73
1851 Marie-Th‚rŠse-Charlotte d of Louis XVI & Marie-Antoinette, dies at 72
1864 Daniel Davidson Bidwell magistrate/brig-general, dies in battle at 45
1888 Amaat Vyncke Flemish missionary/founder (Flemish Wind), dies at 38
1909 Cesare Lombroso Italian psychiatrist/criminologist, dies
 Christopher KH de Ner‚e tot Babberich cartoonist, dies at 29
1910 L£tzen Wagenaar Fries writer/vicar (Tsjerk Ages), dies
1918 Joseph Lesage French painter/etcher (WW I), dies at 34
1921 Antonio Granjo premier (Portugal), murdered
1932 Arthur Friedheim composer, dies at 72
1934 Johan J Arch graphic artist (houtgravures), dies at 63
1937 Betty Carver wife of English fieldmarshal Bernard Montgomery, dies
 Ernest Rutherford baron of Nelson Engl physicist (Nobel 1908), dies
1941 Wilhelm Kienzl composer, dies at 84
1943 Adrianus M de Young writer (Merijntje Gijzen's youth), murdered
1955 John Hodiak actress (Lifeboat, Battleground), dies at 41
1957 Vere G Childe British archaeologist/prehistorian, dies
1959 Boughera El Quafi marathoner (Olympic-gold-1928), shot to death at 60
 Stanley Bate composer, dies at 45
1960 Gnther AR Raphael German composer (Busskantate), dies at 57
1961 Benjamin Merkelbach architect/city builder of Amsterdam, dies at 60
 John Axel Fernstrom composer, dies at 63
1964 Maurice Gosfield actor (Doberman-Phil Silvers Show), dies at 51
1966 Elizabeth Arden US cosmetic manufacturer, dies
1971 Alberto Pirelli Italian industrial, dies at 89
 Betty Bronson actress (Naked Kiss), dies after brief illness at 64
1978 Gig Young kills his bride of 3 weeks & then commits suicide at 64
1981 Frank DeKova actor (F Troop), dies
 Paul Snoek [Edm Schietekat], Belgian poet, dies at 48
1982 Jock Ewing dies in an aircrash on TV show "Dallas"
1983 18/10? Albert "Carel" Willink painter: magic(al)-realism, dies at 83
 Albert Carel Willink painter (surrealism), dies at 83
 Maurice Bishop premier of Grenada (1979-83), murdered in coup
1984 Jerzy Popieluszko Polish priest/dissident, kidnapped & murder
 Jon-Erik Hexum accidentally shoots himself on set of "Cover Up" at 27
1986 Moses Asch record founder (Folkways), dies at 81
1987 Jacqueline du Pre British cellist, dies at 42
1988 Friedrich Weinreb Polish/Neth theologist/economist, dies at 77
1992 Cleavon Little actor (Blazing Saddles), dies at 53
 Maurice le Roux French conductor/composer (Contes immoraux), dies
1993 Bert Schoofs table tennis star, dies at 48
 Dionisio Herrero Spanish air force general, murdered
 Roy Armstrong English historian (Traditional buildings), dies at 91
1994 Martha Raye actress (Pin Up Girl), dies after illness at 78
 Munavarsjo Nazrijev vice-president of Tadzjikistan, dies
 Oldrich Cernik Czechoslovakia premier (1968-70), dies at 72
 Holidays Which Occur October 19: 
 Mauritania Independence Day (1960) !!! Awesome!!!
 Virginia Yorktown Day (1781)
 Religious Observances on October 19: 
 RC Commemoration of St Peter of Alcantara, confessor/mystic
 RC Frideswide, daughter of king of Mercia/patron saint of Oxford
 RC G Lalemand, Garnier, Chabanel, R Goupil & J Laliande, canonized
 RC SS John de Brebeuf & Isaac Jogues, priests
1775 RC Memorial of St Paul of the Cross (opt)
1812 Ang Commem of Hanry Martyn, Priest, & Missionary to India & Persia
 Things to Remember for October 19: 
 Flowers-calendula, cosmos & hops Gem-opal & tourmaline
 Hispanic Heritage Month
 National Lupus Month-Eggtober-Computer Learning Month
 National Restaurant-Car Maintance Month-Rocktober-Octoberfess
 3 Days Astrological sign: Libra
 4 Days Orionid meteor shower, radiant in Orion
 [Ancient Rome] Armilustrium
 Highlights in History Which Occur October 19: 
 125 -BC- Origin of Era of Tyre
 202 -BC- Battle at Sama: Roman army under Scipio Africanus beats Hannibal
 615 St Deusdedit I begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1031 Abbot Humbertus van Echternach opens grave of Saint Willibrord
1298 Rindfleish-140 Jews of Heilbron Germany are murdered
1453 2nd Battle at Castillon: France beats English, end of hundred year war
1466 2nd Peace of Thorn
1492 Columbus sites "Isabela" (Fortune Island, Bahamas)
1576 Dutch provinces begin consultation about Spanish existence
1634 Beach Island in North sea destroyed by a heavy storm flood
1655 Swedish King Karel X Gustaaf occupies Krakow
1682 English Lord Shaftesbury flees to Holland
1722 French C Hopffer patents fire extinguisher
1739 England declares war on Spain
1765 Stamp Act Congress met in NY, wrote decl of rights & liberties
1781 Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown at 2 PM; Revolutionary War ends
1812 Napoleon begins his retreat from Moscow
1818 US & Chicasaw Indians sign a treaty
1845 Richard Wagners opera "Tannh„user," premieres in Dresden
 and Wagner's opera Tannh„user performed for 1st time
1849 Elizabeth Blackwell became 1st woman in US to receive medical degree
1853 1st flour mill in Hawaii begins operations
1856 James Kelly & Jack Smith fight bareknuckle for 6h15m in Melbourne
1859 Wilhelm Tempel discovers diffuse nebula around Pleid star Merope
1863 Battle of Buckland Mills, VA
1864 Approx 25 Confederates make surprise attack on St Albans, Vermont
 and Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia, Union beats back Conf attackers
 and US brig-gen Emory Upton (25) promoted to general-major
1870 1st (4) blacks elected to House of Reps
 and British SS Cambria leaves for Noth sea coast, 196 killed
1872 World's largest gold nugget (215 kg) found in New South Wales
1879 Afghan's emir Mohammed Yakub forced to resign
1882 Pierre de Brazza meets Henry Morton Stanley
1888 Moshav Gederah is attacked by Arabs
1900 Henry O Tanner, painter, wins Medal of Honor at Paris Exposition
 and S African Pres Paul Kruger departs for Europe
1901 Edward Elgar's "Pomp & Circumstance March," premieres in Liverpool
 and Santos-Dumont proves airship maneuverable by circling Eiffel Tower
1906 Georges Chemenceau succeeds Sarien premier of France
1907 1st printing of Dutch Tribune (W˜nkoop/Van Ravesteyn/Ceton)
1911 Royal Mint in London sends dies for $1 coin to Ottawa Branch
1912 Tripoli (Libya) passes from Turkish to Italian control
1915 Russia/Italy declares war on Bulgaria
1919 1st Distinguished Service Medal awarded to a woman
 and Reds beat White Sox, 5 games to 3 in 16th World Series. This series
 is known as black sox scandal as 7 White Sox throw series
1922 J Comas Sola discovers asteroid #986 Amelia
1923 Beierse govt refuses to prohibit NSDAP newspaper V”lkischer Beobachter
1924 General Christian Worker's union demands 8 hr work day in Belgium
1925 Italian army takes Somalia
1926 Russian Politburo throws out Leo Trotsky & followers
1930 Jules LadoumŠgue runs world record 1 km (2:23.6)
1932 Austria forbids demonstration by nazi's & anti fascists
 and British govt signs trade agreement with Soviet Union
 and Henry Ford gives his 1st radio speech
1933 Berlin Olympic Committee vote to introduce basketball in 1936
1935 Mao Tse Tung's army reaches Shanxi
1936 HR Ekins of "NY World-Telegram" beats 2 other reporters
 in a race around the world on commercial flights, by 18« days
1939 G”ring begins plunder through Nazi's occupied areas
1941 1st woman jockey in North America, Anna Lee Wiley in Mexico
1943 Conference of foreign ministers in Moscow
 and Theater Guild presentation of "Othello" opens at Shubert
 and Yankee 2nd baseman Joe Gordon announces retirement (hates NY)
1944 British premier Winston Churchill flies back to London from Moscow
 and Canadian troops liberate Aardensburg
 and John Van Druten's "I Remember Mama," premieres in NYC
 and US forces land in Philippines
1947 De Gaulles RPF wins French municipal elections
1949 Yanks trade Joe Gordon to Cleveland for Allie Reynolds
1950 Bird Building at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is dedicated
 and UN forces entered Pyongyang, capital of North Korea
1951 Pres Harry S Truman formally ends state of war with Germany
1953 1st jet transcontinental nonstop scheduled service
 and Singer Julius LaRosa is fired on TV by Arthur Godfrey
1954 Egypt & Great Britain sign treaty; British troops departs
 and KAKE TV channel 10 in Wichita, KS (ABC) begins broadcasting
1957 Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Mont, became 1st NHLer to score 500 goals
1958 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1959 Florence Henderson joins Today Show panel
 and William Gibson's "Miracle Worker," premieres in NYC
1960 France grants Mauritania independence
 and KWCS (now KOOG) TV channel 30 in Ogden, UT (IND) begins broadcasting
 and Martin Luther King Jr arrested in Atlanta sit-in
 and US imposes embargo on exports to Cuba
1962 Stalin-monument removed in Prague
 and US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1963 Beatles record "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
1965 Purple Mountain Observatory discovers asteroid #2790
1966 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1967 Igor Ter-Ovanesyan of USSR, sets then long jump record at 27' 4 3/4"
 and Mariner 5 makes fly-by of Venus
1968 G Soulie discovers asteroid #1918 Aiguillon
 and Golden Gate Bridge charges tolls only for southbound cars
1969 J Bock & S Harnicks musical "Rothschilds," premieres in NYC
 and Oakland Darryle Lamonica passes for 6 touchdowns vs Buffalo (50-21)
1970 John Frazier kills Ohta's declares WW 3 has begun
1973 Ringo releases "Photograph"
1974 Det Red Wing Mickey Redmond scores 1st hat trick against Wash Caps
 and Detroit Pistons beat Trailblazers in Portland (next win 6-1-90)
1975 Cleveland Browns' Don Cockroft kicks club record 5 field goals
 and Hamlisch & Klebans musical "Chorus Line" premieres in NYC
1977 Corpse of kidnapped West German, H M Schleyer, found
 and Supersonic Concorde jet's 1st landing in NYC
1979 L Brozek discovers asteroid #2288 Karolinum
1980 Steve McPeak rides 101'9" unicycle
1981 LA Dodgers beat Montreal Expos for NL pennant
 and Nicolaas Bloembergen & Arthur Schawlow win Nobel for physics (laser)
1982 Automaker John DeLorean arrested on cocaine charges (Not guilty)
1983 Columbia moves to Orbiter Processing Facility
 and Grenada general Hudson Austin forms "revolutionary council"
 and Phila Flyers begin 13 NHL game win streak
1986 USSR expels 5 US diplomats
1987 "Black Monday"-Dow Jones down 508.32, 4« times previous record
 and Billy Martin hired as manager of NY Yankees for 5th & last time
 and Dow Jones Index hits 508.32 points (record)
 and US warships destroy 2 Iranian oil platforms in Persian Gulf
1988 3 Americans win Nobel in physics; 3 W Germans win chemistry Nobel
 and Britain bans broadcast interviews with IRA members
 and Car bomb kills 7 Israelis, wounds 11 near Lebanon border
 and Roxette releases "Roxette Look Sharp!" album
 and S Afr anti-apartheid leader Sisulu wins $100,000 Human Rights prize
 and Senate passes bill curbing ads during children`s TV shows
1989 Astor Piazzolla & Wm Finn's musical "Dangerous Games" premieres in NYC
 and USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1990 HCA, Helsinki Citizens Assembly, forms in Prague
1991 Lonnie Glieberman purchased Ottawa Rough Riders from CFL
1993 UN authorizes arms, milt & police supply embargo against Haiti
1994 160 killed at battles in Tsjetsjeni‰
 and Palestinian bomb attack on bus in Tel Aviv, kills 22
I bolded the important stuff.

Enjoy your day, man!