On Wikipedia, enter your birth month and day only, and it gives you lists of important things that day signifies. Find three events in history, two birthdays, and one holiday celebrated on your birthday.
Mine's January 15, so I already knew a few of them (I get a three-day weekend for my birthday every year since the early 80s!!)
Jan. 15, 1559--
Jan. 15, 1870--a political cartoon for the first time represents the Democratic Party with a donkey (in caption it was referred to as a jackass--hmmmm, wonder if the cartoonist was partisan??!)
Jan. 15, 1919--Great Molasses Flood of Boston
Jan. 15, 1943--Japanese forces driven off
Jan. 15, 1991--UN deadline for
Jan. 15, 1622, Moliere, French playwright (that's cool--Tartuffe! The Miser! woo-hoo!)
Jan. 15, 1929, Martin L. King, Jr. (know'ed that!)
It was a bonanza really:
It was a bonanza really:Aristotle Onassis, Edward Teller, a porn star or two, three WWF wrestlers, the founder of the first SPCA (in Ireland, late 1700s, who’da thunk it?), Jean Bugatti (um people, it's a really cool sports car from past times), Ernest J. Gaines (author of A Lesson Before Dying), Chad Lowe [sound you hear is a raspberry!] and Howie Day (I think he's the singer of that song, "Collide"?).
And the very exciting holiday: Jan. 15 is Korean alphabet day in