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EDITED TO KEEP THE PEACE
DATE IS NOW CORRECT.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOUG WHALEN!!!

Just so you know:
19 February 1943

19 February 1943

Your date of conception was on or about 29 May 1942 which was a Friday.
You were born on a Friday
under the astrological sign Pisces.

The year 1943 was not a leap year.

Your birthday falls into the Chinese year beginning 2/5/1943 and ending 1/24/1944.

You were born in the Chinese year of the Goat.
IT'S OFFICIAL YOU ARE AN OLD GOAT

Your Native American Zodiac sign is Wolf; your plant is Plantain.
IF ANYONE ASKS, YOU HAVE GONE BANANAS

You were born in the Egyptian month of Parmuthy, the fourth month of the season of Poret (Emergence - Fertile soil).

The date of Mardi Gras on your birth year was Tuesday 9 March 1943.

As of 2/16/2007 3:36:38 PM EST
You are 63 years old.
You are 768 months old.
You are 3,339 weeks old.
You are 23,373 days old.
You are 560,967 hours old.
You are 33,658,056 minutes old.
You are 2,019,483,398 seconds old.

Celebrities who share your birthday:

Haylie Duff (1985)Justine Bateman (1966)Seal (1963)
Jeff Daniels (1955)Margaux Hemingway (1955)Tony Iommi (1948)
Smokey Robinson (1940)Lee Marvin (1924)Nicolas Copernicus (1473)

Top songs of 1943


Your age is the equivalent of a dog that is 9.14794520547945 years old. (You old hound dog, you!)

There are 3 days till your next birthday
on which your cake will have 64 candles.

Those 64 candles produce 64 BTUs, or 16,128 calories of heat (that's only 16.1280 food Calories!) .
You can boil 7.31 US ounces of water with that many candles.


In 1943 there were approximately 2.5 million births in the US.
In 1943 the US population was approximately 131,669,275 people, 44.2 persons per square mile.
In 1943 in the US there were approximately 1,595,879 marriages (12.1%) and 264,000 divorces (2%)
In 1943 in the US there were approximately 1,417,000 deaths (10.8 per 1000)
In the US a new person is born approximately every 8 seconds.
In the US one person dies approximately every 12 seconds.

Your birthstone is Amethyst

The Mystical properties of Amethyst
Amethyst is used to increase spiritually​
Some lists consider these stones to be your birthstone. (Birthstone lists come from Jewelers, Tibet, Ayurvedic Indian medicine, and other sources)
Bloodstone, Onyx, Moonstone​
Your birth tree is
Pine Tree, the Particularity Loves agreeable company, very robust, knows how to make life comfortable, very active, natural, good companion, but seldom friendly, falls easily in love but its passion burns out quickly, gives up easily, many disappointments till it finds its ideal, trustworthy, practical.​

There are 312 days till Christmas 2007!

The moon's phase on the day you were born was full.
IT'S THE SAME THING AS DROPPING YOUR PANTS!





Now Anyone Else Have Any Facts About Doug's Age??? :D :eek: :D
 

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February 16, 1997 GTE Suncoast Senior Golf Classic
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February 16, 1994 Premier Alfonso Bustamente ends government in Peru
February 16, 1993 Sandra V"lker swims world record 50m backstroke (28.33 sec)
February 16, 1992 Former silver Goodyear blimps are now painted yellow and blue
February 16, 1992 Los Angeles Lakers retire Magic Johnson's #32 uniform
February 16, 1991 Dutch PPR, Political Party Radicals, disbands
February 16, 1991 U.S. Female Figure Skating championship won by Tonya Harding
February 16, 1989 Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and North Yemen form common market
February 16, 1989 Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden separate after 16 years of marriage
February 16, 1989 Orel Hershiser, Dodger pitcher signs $7.9M-3 year contract
February 16, 1989 Roger Clemens, Red Sox pitcher signs $7.5M-3 year contract
February 16, 1989 William Hayden becomes governor-general of Australia
February 16, 1988 1st documented combat action by U.S. military advisors in El Salvador
February 16, 1987 John Demjanjuk, accused of being "Ivan the Terrible" trial begins
February 16, 1986 "Uptown... It's Hot!" closes at Lunt-Fontanne New York City after 24 performances
February 16, 1986 French air force bombs Ouadi Doum airport in Chad
February 16, 1986 Hein Vergeer becomes world champion skater
February 16, 1986 Karlstad skates world record 10 km (14:12.14)
February 16, 1986 Mario Soares (Socialist) elected Portugal's 1st civilian pres
February 16, 1985 Largest NBA crowd to date, 43,816, sees Philadelphia at Detroit
February 16, 1985 Livingston Bramble defeats Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini to win WBA champ
February 16, 1985 New Jersey Devils score their fastest hat trick in 42 seconds
February 16, 1984 Bill Johnson becomes 1st American to win Olympic downhill skiing gold
February 16, 1984 New Jersey Devils 1st OT goal, Jan Ludvig beats Hartford Whalers 6-5
February 16, 1982 Agatha Barbara elected as 1st female president of Malta
February 16, 1982 Assembled STS-3 vehicle moves from Vandenberg AFB to launch pad
February 16, 1982 Lee Majors and Farrah Fawcett Majors divorce
February 16, 1980 Continuous traffic jam extends 176 km north of Lyons, France
February 16, 1980 Eric Heiden skates 5k in 7:02.29 (Olympic Record)
February 16, 1979 George Harrison releases "Blow Away"
February 16, 1979 U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk U.S.S.R.
February 16, 1978 1st Computer Bulletin Board System (Ward and Randy's CBBS, Chicago)
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February 16, 1975 Washington Capitals 1st NHL shutout, beating Kansas City Scouts 3-0
February 16, 1973 WI vs. Australia at Kingston, 1st time since 1955 without Sobers
February 16, 1972 1st NBA to score 30,000 points (Wilt Chamberlain in 940 games)
February 16, 1972 German mass murderers "Three of Breda" freed
February 16, 1972 Test Cricket debut of Lawrence Rowe WI vs. NZ Kingston, 214 and 100
February 16, 1972 Wilt Chamberlain hit 30,000 point mark during a game with Phoenix Suns
February 16, 1970 Joe Frazier TKOs Jimmy Ellis in 5 for heavyweight boxing title
February 16, 1968 Country's 1st 911 phone system went into service in Haleyville, Ala
February 16, 1968 Elvis Presley receives gold record for "How Great Thou Art"
February 16, 1968 Beatles George Harrison and John Lennon and wives fly to India for transcendental meditation study with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
February 16, 1967 Red Ruffing selected to Hall of Fame
February 16, 1966 Bob Cowper makes 307 vs. England at the MCG, 727 mins, 20 fours
February 16, 1966 End of Wally Grout's Test Cricket career, 187 dismissals as Aust WK
February 16, 1966 France performs underground nuclear test at Ecker Algeria
February 16, 1965 "Baker Street" opens at Broadway Theater New York City for 313 performances
February 16, 1965 Pegasus 1 launched to detect micro-meteors
February 16, 1964 "Foxy" opens at Ziegfeld Theater New York City for 72 performances
February 16, 1964 Beatles' 2nd appearance on "Ed Sullivan Show"
February 16, 1963 1st round-trip swim of Strait of Messina, Italy (Mary Revell of U.S.)
February 16, 1963 Beatles top British rock charts with "Please, Please Me"
February 16, 1963 C and A Building in Amsterdam burns down
February 16, 1962 Darius Milhaud's 12th Symphony, premieres
February 16, 1962 U.S. Open Tennis: Jimmy Bostwick defeats brother Pete to win
February 16, 1961 1st all-solid-propellant rocket put in orbit, Wallops Island, Va
February 16, 1961 China uses it's 1st nuclear reactor
February 16, 1961 U.S. satellite Explorer 9 is launched
February 16, 1960 U.S. nuclear submarine USS Triton set off on underwater round-world trip
February 16, 1959 Fidel Castro named himself Cuba's premier after overthrowing Batista
February 16, 1959 Leonard Spigelgass' "Majority of One," premieres in New York City
February 16, 1958 Betsy Rawls wins LPGA St. Petersburg Golf Open
February 16, 1956 Britain abolishes death penalty
February 16, 1954 WNEM TV channel 5 in Bay City, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting
February 16, 1952 Hall of Famer Honus Wagner, 77, retires; Pirates retire his #33
February 16, 1952 Ian Craig makes NSW cricket debut aged 16 years 249 days (NSW record)
February 16, 1951 New York City passes bill prohibiting racism in city-assisted housing
February 16, 1951 SF City Hall dome fire
February 16, 1950 Longest-running prime-time game show, "What's My Line" begins on CBS
February 16, 1950 Writers fail to elect anyone to Baseball's Hall of Fame
February 16, 1948 1st newsreel telecast, "20th Century Fox-Movietone News" shown on NBC
February 16, 1948 Miranda, famous moon of Uranus, photographed for 1st time
February 16, 1947 Morton Gould's 3rd Symphony, premieres
February 16, 1946 "Duchess Misbehaves" closes at Adelphi Theater New York City after 5 performances
February 16, 1946 1st commercially designed helicopter tested, Bridgeport Connecticut
February 16, 1945 U.S. forces land on Corregidor, complete conquest on March 3
February 16, 1945 Venezuela declares war on nazi-Germany
February 16, 1943 -32 degrees F (-36 degrees C), Falls Village, Connecticut (state record)
February 16, 1943 British premier Winston Churchill gets pneumonia
February 16, 1943 Red army conquers Kharkov
February 16, 1943 Withdrawing Africa Corps reaches Mareth-line in North-Africa
February 16, 1943 Sign on Munich facade: "Out with Hitler! Long live freedom!" done by "White Rose" student group, caught on 2/18, beheaded on 2/22
February 16, 1942 German submarines attack Aruba oil refinery
February 16, 1940 British search plane finds German Altmark off Norway
February 16, 1938 U.S. Federal Crop Insurance program authorized
February 16, 1937 DuPont Corp patents nylon, developed by employee Wallace H Carothers
February 16, 1937 Jean Anouilh's "Le Voyageur Sans Baggage," premieres in Paris
February 16, 1936 4th Winter Olympic games close at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
February 16, 1936 Spanish Frente Popular (People's Front) wins elections
February 16, 1933 Catholic newspaper Germania warns against nazis/communists
February 16, 1933 England regains the Ashes, thanks to bodyline tactics
February 16, 1932 1st patent issued for a tree, to James Markham for a peach tree
February 16, 1931 Extreme right wing Svinhufvud becomes president of Finland
February 16, 1929 KID-AM in Idaho Falls ID begins radio transmissions
February 16, 1927 Noel Coward's "Marquise," premieres in London
February 16, 1927 U.S. restores diplomatic relations with Turkey
February 16, 1926 Suzanne Lenglen defeats Helen Wills in Tennis at Cannes France
February 16, 1923 Allies accept Latvia's occupation of Memel territory
February 16, 1923 Howard Carter finds Pharoah Tutankhamen
February 16, 1923 U.S. Female Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld Blanchard
February 16, 1923 U.S. Male Figure Skating championship won by Sherwin Badger
February 16, 1918 Lithuania declares independence from Russia and Germany (National Day)
February 16, 1917 1st synagogue in 425 years opens in Madrid
February 16, 1916 Russian troops conquer Erzurum Armenia
February 16, 1915 Frank Home Run Baker, 28, announces retirement following a contract dispute with Connie Mack. He sits out 1915 season
February 16, 1914 1st airplane flight from Los Angeles to San Francisco
February 16, 1913 President Taft agrees not to intervene in Mexico
February 16, 1912 VSV soccer team forms in Ijmuiden
February 16, 1909 1st subway car with side doors goes into service in New York City
February 16, 1909 Serbia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary
February 16, 1905 1st U.S. Esperanto club organizes in Boston
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February 16, 1894 British troops occupy Ilorin, Gold Coast
February 16, 1892 Opera "Werther," premieres in Vienna
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February 16, 1883 "Ladies Home Journal" begins publishing
February 16, 1880 American Society of Mechanical Engineers forms (New York City)
February 16, 1878 Silver dollar became U.S. legal tender
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February 16, 1840 American Charles Wilkes discovers Shackleton Ice Shelf, Antarctica
February 16, 1838 Kentucky passes law permitting women to attend school under conditions
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February 16, 1751 1st publication of Gray's "Elegy Written in a Country Church Yard"
February 16, 1742 Earl of Wilmington becomes British premier
February 16, 1741 Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine, 2nd U.S. magazine begins publishing
February 16, 1677 Earl of Shaftesbury arrested/confined in London Tower
February 16, 1666 Netherlands and Brandenburg sign treaty
February 16, 1659 1st known check (400 pounds) (on display at Westminster Abbey)
February 16, 1655 Dutch Grand Pensionary advisor Johan de Witt marries Wendela Bicker
February 16, 1641 English king Charles I accept Triennial Act
February 16, 1559 Pope Paul IV calls for deposition of sovereigns supporting heresy
February 16, 1512 Battle at Valeggio: French troops beat Venetianen
February 16, 1486 Diet of Frankfort
February 16, 600 Pope Gregory the Great decreea saying "God bless You" is the correct response to a sneeze
February 16, 374 9th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet
 

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Personally,

I think that having the Zodiac sign of the OTTER is a hoot! I remember him from Animal House.

Happy Birthday....you young fart!;)
 

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Boy, you guys missed the boat.............

My birthday is the 19th not the 16th.....in the year 1943.....

You will notice that they are closing all the banks on Monday in honor of my birthday.
 

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Boy, you guys missed the boat.............

My birthday is the 19th not the 16th.....in the year 1943.....

You will notice that they are closing all the banks on Monday in honor of my birthday.
I CORRECTED THE TOP OF THE POST... YOU OLD FART!!!

SIGNED,
WHIPPERSNAPPER :D :eek: :D
 

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Lucian you are long past Whippersnapper, as a matter of fact you are closer Diapercrapper.
Soon to be an old man sitting in a pile of poo telling the old gals fish stories.:D :D

Now all I have to do is 2 more years to reach 55 and retire without ever growing up!
 

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Lucian you are long past Whippersnapper, as a matter of fact you are closer Diapercrapper.
Soon to be an old man sitting in a pile of poo telling the old gals fish stories.:D :D

Now all I have to do is 2 more years to reach 55 and retire without ever growing up!
Ian:
Now you may think that's FUNNY, But I take offense... :mad: Actually, you are MUCH OLDER and CLOSER to being a DIAPER CRAPPER than I.:eek: :D :eek:

Still,
Whippersnapper :) :D :)
 
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