Thursday, June 3, 2010
[1808 - Jefferson Davis, President Confederate States of America, born in Christian County, Kentucky]
[1878 - Barney Oldfield, Indy Speedway Hall of Fame driver, born in Wauseon, Ohio]
[1904 - Jan Peerce (Jacob Pincus Perelmuth), opera tenor, born in New York City]
[1906 - Josephine Baker, dancer, singer,
club owner, born in St. Louis, Missouri]
[1910 - Paulette Goddard (Pauline Marion Levy), actress,
born in Whitestone Landing, Long Island, New York]
[1917 - Leo Gorcey, film actor,
born in New York City]
[1918 - Lili St. Cyr (Marie Van Schaak), Burlesque Queen,
actress, born in Minneapolis, Minnesota]
[1924 - Colleen Dewhurst, Tony & Emmy Award-winning actress, born in Montreal,
[1926 - Allen Ginsberg, beat poet, born in Newark, New Jersey]
[1932 - Dakota Staton (Aliyah Rabia), jazz singer, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]
Zebras look a lot like horses,
Drafted into the armed forces.
Wearing uniforms with lots of stripes.
They eat their chow and air their gripes.
Now zebras don't look for a fight,
While Nations have to prove their Might.
So the former graze and eat some grass,
While the latter kick each others ass.
William's Whimsical Words:
When they trot into the battle,
They herd together just like cattle.
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