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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


HE BITS…

Kim Kardashian says that when her daughter North grows up she’s going to have to work for what she wants just like she did. That’s an awful thing to say. That means North is going to have to make a sex tape.
Yesterday was an off day for the World Series. Of course, the day before that was an off day for the San Francisco Giants.
Game 3 of the World Series will be played tonight in San Francisco. San Francisco hasn’t been this excited since Mitch and Cam got married on Modern Family.
There was a big eclipse yesterday. Not the one where the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, the one where Peyton Manning repeatedly passed between San Diego defenders and eclipsed the Chargers.
Peyton Manning passed for three more touchdowns last night. The Broncos may be overdoing it a bit because after every touchdown they stopped the game to announce Peyton Manning had just broken Peyton Manning’s all-time record.
New York is dealing with its first case of Ebola. The good news is they say you can’t get sick by breathing in near an Ebola patient. The bad news is that the same can’t be said about breathing in near a New York taxi driver.
New York is dealing with its first case of Ebola. A contagious disease was overdue for the city since this year New Yorkers managed to avoid Pennant Fever.
A New York City gym teacher has been charged with having sex with a male student 30 times in a two month period. Say what you will about the gym teacher, but she did get the kid in great shape.
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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


ON OF THE BITS…

According to a new survey, five percent of Americans now consider Ebola as the most important problem facing this country today. Apparently that means Ebola hysteria is contagious.
A new survey says 5 percent of Americans now consider Ebola as the most important threat facing the country. That’s the same percentage concerned with the federal budget deficit, but less than the number concerned about a zombie attack.
On this date in 1939, nylon stockings were sold publicly for the first time. Nylon stockings really make your legs look sexy…and they look great on women, too.
On this date in 1939, nylon stockings were sold publicly for the first time. Nylon stockings ushered in a new era of sexiness and armed robbery.
Scientists now say that humans and Neanderthals first had sex 50,000 to 60,000 years ago. The most recent time a human had sex with a Neanderthal was last night when some woman hooked up with a guy on Tinder.
Scientists now say that humans and Neanderthals first had sex 50,000 to 60,000 years ago. Not much has changed since then. Back then Neanderthals never called afterwards, either.
Scientists have discovered that chemicals in your brain may cause you to be a pessimist, but that they may be able to find a cure. With my luck, they probably won’t be able to.
Scientists now say that chemicals in your brain may cause you to be a pessimist. They say it’s either that or being an Oakland Raiders fan.

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


ODAY’S AUDIO…

Today on the Bitman audio feed we have Thursday Night Football highlights, plus a late night roundup with Dave, Craig, Seth, Conan and the Jimmys.
It’s all at www.BitmanComedy.com
Not hearing anything? TV Sound bites are available at BitmanComedy.com! If you need access to the site, contact Adrienne Munos at United Stations Radio Network at 561-381-7598 or amunos@unitedstations.com

 


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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


INSELTOWN TATTLER…

There goes HONEY BOO-BOO! TLC says they’re reassessing the future of the reality show following reports that MAMA JUNE’S new boyfriend just got out of prison after serving time for molesting one of June's relatives. Mark McDaniel is his name and he was convicted in 2004 for committing the acts on a then-8-year-old child. June was dating McDaniel at the time, but she claims she no longer has contact with him. However, the buzz is June has been seeing McDaniel for the last few months and sneaking away from production of the show to meet up with him.
KAT VON D'S High Voltage Tattoo shop in West Hollywood went up in flames early yesterday morning. It was the shop featured in her reality TV show, "LA Ink" and when she was hassled by reporters outside the burnt out shop, Kat went bonkers, telling everyone to "have some respect." (See here)
TOM BERGERON hosted the Miss America pageant for only one year and he’s revealed why he wasn’t asked back. Tom says that during rehearsals someone came up behind him and gave him a neck and shoulder massage. He turned around to find that it was a contestant from a Southern state and he told her, 'That's a really nice shoulder massage.' She responded by saying, 'And if I win, a full body massage.' No word on whether she won, but the story later got back to pageant officials, who gave him the boot.
Model CHRISSY TEIGEN has shut down her Twitter account after receiving death threats from people who misinterpreted her tweet about the shooting in Ottawa when she wrote: "Active shooting in Canada, or as we call it in America, Wednesday." Teigen was only pointing out the rampant gun violence in America, but decided it wasn’t worth getting death threats over. In her final tweet, she wrote, "I feel sick. Bye Twitter. Taking my talents to Instagram."

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


INSELTOWN TATTLER 2…

MELISSA RIVERS will sue the medical center where her mother JOAN RIVERS died and the doctors involved in order to find out what really happened. The New York Dept. of Health and Human Services released a report saying they were "deficient" in surgical services and medical staff, but they wouldn’t tell Melissa exactly what went wrong. Melissa’s lawyers advised her to sue, which will force doctors and staff to sit for sworn depositions.
CHRIS BROWN made yet another appearance in court for a progress report and while his therapist wrote a letter to the judge raving about his progress, he’s going to be putting in some more hours on the job. Brown’s community labor was increased to four days a week so he can complete his remaining hours by January. The judge also mentioned Chris violated his probation by breaking a law, although it was only a speeding ticket.
JUSTIN BIEBER was cruising Rodeo Drive in a Rolls-Royce when he saw model Jacqueline Younis doing a photo shoot. Bieber ordered his driver to stop and he called her over to the car. Bieber then put the moves on, comparing her to a Disney princess as the paparazzi swarmed in. (See here)
Taking TMI to a new level was JENNY MCCARTHY. While appearing on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, and with husband DONNIE WAHLBERG sitting in the audience, Jenny was asked about how sex has changed since getting married. Jenny said it gets better every single time adding, “First of all, he has the most beautiful penis I've ever seen in my life…The size is perfect. I can't get too descriptive. But, you know what I mean! It fits my vagina perfectly and hits the spots right."

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


ATELINE HOLLYWOOD…

New Movies in Theatres…
Ouija - Teenagers play the board game with predictable horror movie results. (PG-13)
John Wick - Keanu Reeves is an ex-hit man who comes out of retirement to track down the gangsters that took everything from him. (R)

CBS has announced that James Corden will take over as host of "THE LATE LATE SHOW" from Craig Ferguson on March 9th. Ferguson’s last show will be December 18th, so there’ll be lots of reruns!


COURTNEY LOVE has landed a role as a recurring guest star on the upcoming Fox drama Empire. She'll play Elle Dallas, who’s described as a "hard rock powerhouse." The series stars Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson and is set in the world of a hip-hop empire. Look for it in January.

 

Proving that the Hollywood idea tank is running on empty, there are a bunch of TV shows in the works based on previous projects. Among them, is the Will Smith movie HITCH, which is being turned into a sitcom. Fox is working on a detective drama base on FRANKENSTEIN, in which a corrupt FBI agent is brought back to life by scientists. Fox is also developing a drama series based on the ARCHIE comic book series, called Riverdale. Also, ABC is teaming with Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry for a modern-day PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.


JERRY SEINFELD has released a video clip promoting the new Season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. In it, Seinfeld gets summoned to the boss’ office at Crackle, where he meets Dick Corcoran, who happens to be played by MICHAEL RICHARDS. (See here)

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


USIC NOTES…

JACK WHITE will take part in an upcoming panel at Yale University about the early 20th century jazz and blues label Paramount Records. “Exploring the Rise and Fall of Paramount Records” takes place next Tuesday at Yale’s Battell Chapel.
You might be able to score a sweet deal on TRAIN memorabilia on eBay. Pat Monahan says he sells all his plaques and awards on the website so he can buy vintage cars! (See here)
When a Detroit fire department crew had their $2,000 saws stolen while fighting a fire, a local radio station called on BOB SEGER to see if he'd donate an autographed guitar to help raise funds for the firehouse. Seger went one better by offering to buy them new saws!
JOHN FOGERTY, MARY J. BLIGE, COMMON, WILLIE NELSON and DAUGHTRY will be among the performers on the PBS special “A Salute to the Troops: In Performance at the White House.” The show will premiere Friday, November 7th on PBS stations nationwide.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD will mark their 50th anniversary next year with a career-spanning retrospective documentary to be executive produced by Martin Scorsese.  The documentary will combine previously unreleased footage, vintage interviews and new conversations with the surviving members. 
Researchers have named a tarantula after JOHN LENNON! The Bumba lennoni lives in the Brazilian Amazon and there’s no significance between the two other than that scientists who found him really like the Beatles. An entomologist at Uruguay's University of the Republic said, "I have been waiting for a while to dedicate a species to Lennon. I decided not to wait anymore."

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


USIC NOTES 2…

JAMES BLUNT has admitted that his tune "You're Beautiful" "was force-fed down people's throats" and that "it became annoying." Blunt tells Hello magazine, “I was marketed by a record company to appeal to women during Desperate Housewives' commercials and you lose 50 percent of the population in doing so." 
ONE DIRECTION has added U.S. dates to their 2015 On The Road Again tour. The U.S. leg kicks off July 9th in San Diego.
During her show in Manchester, England, this week, Lady Gaga helped her friend Jay Lomax pull off a surprise marriage proposal to Sean Martins. Jay's uncle is photographer Terry Richardson, who’s a close friend of Gaga, and she called them out on stage where he popped the question. (See here – around 1:17)
CHARLI XCX gave a surprise performance at Aspire Pacific Academy's homecoming dance this week. Charli performed "I Love It," "Fancy" and "Boom Clap" before manning the DJ booth. Charli's new album, Sucker, is due for release December 16th.
There’s a new unauthorized biography of PRINCE called Let’s Go Crazy: Prince and the Making of Purple Rain coming out December 9th. In the book, author Alan Light traces Prince’s decline in popularity to his decision to not take part in the recording of the charity single We Are the World. The book contends that the wave of negative press that followed deeply damaged his career.


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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014



UBULAR…


Daytime:

GMA: Kenny Chesney

CBS This Morning: Donnie Wahlberg

Today: Actor John Lithgow

Kelly & Michael: Howie Mandel

The View: Annie Lennox performs

The Talk: Neil Patrick Harris

Queen Latifah: Laurence Fishburne; the stars of ``Shark Tank''

Ellen: Sean Hayes; Duplic8 performs
Primetime:

ABC: Jimmy Kimmel pitches a product on Shark Tank

CBS: The Amazing Race hits Morocco where contestants suspect each other of playing dirty

Fox: World Series Game 3 Royals at Giants

NBC: The season premiere of Grimm

ESPN: College football BYU at Boise State

ESPN2: College football South Florida at Cincinnati

NBC Sports: MLS soccer Houston Dynamo at Chicago Fire
Late Night:

Jimmy Kimmel: TBA (R)

David Letterman: Jerry Seinfeld; a performance from ``Michael Jackson ONE.''

Jimmy Fallon: Fences and Macklemore perform (R)

Craig Ferguson: Tenacious D performs

Seth Meyers: Sarah Silverman (R)
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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


UBULAR WEEKEND…

Saturday Primetime:

ABC: College football Ohio State at Penn State

Fox: World Series Game 4 Royals at Giants

NBC: Saturday Night Live vintage features Host Christopher Walken and musical guest Christina Aguilera

ESPN: College football Mississippi at LSU and Arizona State at Washington

ESPN2: College football Alabama at Tennessee

Saturday Night Live: Host Jim Carrey; Iggy Azalea performs
Sunday:

Fox: World Series Game 5 Royals at Giants

NBC: Sunday Night Football Packers at Saints

ESPN2: MLS New York Red Bulls at Sporting Kansas City

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

May 29th, 2009




Bitman

By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Friday,

October 24th, 2014



HE WATERCOOLER…

New York is dealing with its first case of Ebola. Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for the Ebola virus yesterday after returning to the United States from treating Ebola patients in Guinea 10 days ago. Officials say they’re preparing to quarantine people that he’s come into contact with as necessary. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio reassured people during a press conference last night that Ebola is very hard to contract even if you’re near someone who has the disease.
The mother of the Quebec gunman has apologized for the actions of her son, who was fatally shot while attempting to attack Parliament during the assault that left a guard at the National War Memorial dead. She and the gunman’s father divorced in 1999 and she wrote an email to the Associated Press saying that she’s mad at her son and that he seemed lost "and did not fit in." He also had a criminal record in Quebec and British Columbia and she said she hadn't seen him for five years before having lunch with him last week.
A 2012 Duke University study that claimed to find a link between heavy marijuana use and IQ decline among teenagers is being called into question. The study is used by the anti-marijuana legalization crowd to back their case, but other researchers have issues with it, especially since the study involved only 38 people and it was later found that it failed to account for a number of other factors. While they say it would be going too far to completely discredit the Duke study, they say that at the very least it was flawed. However, a new study from the University College of London sampled 2,612 children born in 1991 and 1992. Researchers examined children's IQ scores at age 8 and again at age 15, and found no relationship between cannabis use and lower IQ at age 15, when factors such as alcohol use, cigarette use, maternal education, and others were taken into account. They also found that even heavy marijuana use wasn't associated with IQ. However, they did find that the very heaviest marijuana users scored about 3% lower on school exams taken at age 16, even after adjusting for other factors.

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By David Evjen



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Friday,

May 29th, 2009




Bitman

By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Friday,

October 24th, 2014



HE WATERCOOLER 2…

Once again, the people at CareerBuilder.com have surveyed human resources managers to find the wackiest excuses for employees calling in sick. While this may be construed as Career Destroyer, excuses included the mundane such as actually being sick and the honesty of just wanting a day off. Then again, there were these: Employee just put a casserole in the oven. Employee’s plastic surgery for enhancement purposes needed some "tweaking" to get it just right. Employee was sitting in the bathroom and her feet and legs fell asleep. When she stood, up she fell and broke her ankle. Employee had been at the casino all weekend and still had money left to play with on Monday morning. Employee woke up in a good mood and didn't want to ruin it. Employee had a “lucky night” and didn’t know where he was. Employee got stuck in the blood pressure machine at the grocery store and couldn't get out. Employee had a gall stone they wanted to heal holistically. Employee caught their uniform on fire by putting it in the microwave to dry. Employee accidentally got on a plane.
When is that time you went on vacation? A new study by Oxford Economics finds that American workers are using only 77 percent of their paid time off and are essentially working for free almost one week per year. The study found that American workers earned just under 21 paid-time-off days in 2013, but used only 16. While some employees are allowed to roll their vacation days into the next year, an average of 1.6 days were completely forfeited. While that may sound good to employers, research has found that employees who use more vacation days get better performance reviews and it can also help slow down employee turnover, saving companies the cost and effort of hiring and training new workers. Other research has linked vacation time to increased worker productivity. The United States is one of the few countries that doesn't mandate any paid vacation days, but some companies, such as Virgin Group and Netflix, are offering their employees unlimited or unmonitored vacation days.
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By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Friday,

October 24th, 2014


PORTS SHIRT…

Game 3 of the World Series will be played tonight in San Francisco. Tim Hudson will start for the Giants while Jeremy Guthrie goes for the Royals.
San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum is undergoing treatment and further evaluation on his tight back. Lincecum left the game during the eighth inning of San Francisco's 7-2 loss in Game 2 and his status is uncertain.
The Milwaukee Brewers have hired Darnell Coles as their new hitting coach. Coles was the assistant hitting coach for the Detroit Tigers this season, but previously managed in the Brewers minor league system.
The Los Angeles Lakers announced that Steve Nash will miss the entire 2014-15 season. Nash is 40 and the NBA's oldest active player and hadn't practiced with the team since leaving an October 12th exhibition game. Nash had said this summer that he believes this season would be his last, so this could be career-ending.
The Denver Broncos have abandoned efforts to sign wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas to contract extensions before the end of the season. The Broncos now plan to wait until after this season to negotiate.
The Denver Broncos have released John Boyett after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting a taxi driver and then attempting to hide from police by covering himself in mulch. Boyett was described as intoxicated and also allegedly threatened the officers and dropped John Elway’s name in an attempt to avoid arrest. Boyett was a safety on the Broncos practice squad.


Bitman

By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Friday,

October 24th, 2014



Scoreboard

NFL:
Denver 35  San Diego 21  Final


NHL:

N.Y. Islanders 3  Boston 2  Final

Detroit 4  Pittsburgh 3  Final OT

Vancouver 4  St. Louis 1  Final

Nashville 3  Chicago 2  Final

Minnesota 2  Arizona 0  Final

Calgary 5  Carolina 0  Final

Los Angeles 2  Buffalo 0  Final

Columbus 5  San Jose 4  Final
NCAAF:

East Carolina 31  Connecticut 21  Final

Today’s Games

World Series Game 3



Kansas City  at  San Francisco (8:07 PM)
NHL:

Dallas  at  New Jersey (7:00 PM)

Tampa Bay  at  Winnipeg (8:00 PM)

Vancouver  at  Colorado (9:00 PM)

Carolina  at  Edmonton (9:30 PM)

Columbus  at  Anaheim (10:00 PM)
NCAAF:

Oregon  at  California (10:00 PM)


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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


UH…

Fellsmere, Florida’s Billy Wall and his family were having a barbecue Monday night when he got into an argument with his nephew, Charles Williams. The clash escalated until Billy stabbed Charles twice in the abdomen with a butcher knife. Billy fled the scene while Charles staggered out of the house as police arrived and was taken to a hospital where he underwent emergency surgery to repair liver damage. Billy was quickly arrested and, in case you were wondering, the argument started over how many pork chops each person would get to eat.
An unnamed Deltona, Florida woman called 911 to report that she was attacked by her 500-pound boyfriend, Howard Hendrix, who was ‘drunk and acting crazy.’ When the dispatcher asked for a description of his clothing, the woman said he was nude. Police arrived and Howard thankfully agreed to put his clothes on, but attempted to avoid arrest by sitting down and forcing officers to carry him to their patrol car. That nearly worked as deputies soon discovered Howard was too big to fit in the vehicle. However, Howard did fit nicely into a prisoner transport van and was taken to jail and charged with numerous battery and criminal mischief counts.
An unnamed 47-year-old man in Lidkoping, Sweden, armed himself with a chainsaw and caused $98,000 worth of damage to the family’s vacation home. The chainsaw-wielding man destroyed the home's facade, interior and several electronic devices, not to mention cutting down 20 trees from the home's garden. Why would the man do such a thing to his own family’s property? He became upset when his parents decided to give the house to his older brother.
You may look forward to sampling the delights of beer, wine or even chocolate festivals, but people in Yulin, China, are breathlessly awaiting the annual dog meat festival. However, a group of veterinarians and lawyers are asking officials to end the event due to rabies concerns. The festival has seen its popularity decline in recent years due in part to protests from dog lovers and animal rights activists.
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By David Evjen



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Friday,

October 24th, 2014


O’ DUH…

Ebola has been eradicated from Toms River, New Jersey. No word on the Ebola disease, but police have arrested 47-year-old Barnabas Davis, who goes by the nickname "Hammer." Police arrested Hammer in his motel room where they found crack cocaine and over 600 wax folds containing heroin, which he sold under a variety of names, including Ebola.
Michigan State Police picked up a high-speed pursuit along US 23 after the driver got away from officers in Lucas County. The unnamed driver reached speeds of 115 mph in a 2002 Buick until he lost control of his vehicle and rolled over several times before coming to rest in a ditch. When officers approached the driver, he showed no signs of being injured as he looked up, lit up a marijuana bong and began smoking while the cops broke out a window and arrested him.
Mesa, Arizona’s 29-year-old Gregory T. Devereux and his girlfriend were gambling at the Talking Stick Resort. Unfortunately, Gregory lost. That’s because his 2-year-old and 3-year-old children were in his car in the casino's parking garage for about two hours while he and his girlfriend were in the casino. A bike-patrol officer found the kids and child services took them into custody while police did likewise with Gregory. He later told the judge, "Those kids are everything I have. They don't have a mother anymore; she committed suicide two years ago."
Sanford, Florida’s Christopher Durrell Glaze recently went to the Seminole Towne Center mall to do some "extreme shopping." When asked to define "extreme shopping," Glaze said it was "when you go shopping and you talk to girls and flirt." Apparently Glaze defined ‘flirting’ as ‘pulling down the front of his pants and exposing himself’ as that’s what two women told police he did. Glaze eventually confessed to flashing the women and was arrested.

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By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Friday,

October 24th, 2014


ISTORY LESSON…

1861: The first telegram was sent coast to coast as California Justice Stephen J. Field wired President Lincoln

1901: Anna Edson Taylor became the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel

1931: The George Washington Bridge, connecting New York and New Jersey, opened to traffic

1939: Nylon stockings were sold publicly for the first time

1940: The Fair Labor Standards Act took effect, giving Americans a 40-hour work week

1945: The United Nations officially came into existence

1959: Wilt Chamberlain made his pro basketball debut

1972: Baseball great Jackie Robinson died at age 53.

1989: Televangelist Jim Bakker was sentenced to prison

1992: The Toronto Blue Jays became the first non-U.S. team to win the World Series

1997: Sportscaster Marv Albert avoided jail time after a courtroom apology to the woman he'd bitten during a sexual encounter.

2001: The House of Representatives approved the Patriot Act

2003: The supersonic Concorde jet made its final flight

2008: Several members of actress Jennifer Hudson's family were found murdered in their Chicago home.


Birthday Partiers:
former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman 78

actor Kevin Kline (In and Out, The Ice Storm, A Fish Called Wanda) 67

actor B.D. Wong (Law & Order SVU, Oz, Jurassic Park) 52

singer Monica 34

TV host Tila Tequila (A Shot At Love, Pants Off Dance Off) 33

rapper/actor Drake 28



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By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Saturday,

October 25th, 2014


ATURDAY IN HISTORY…

1825: The Erie Canal opened, linking the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River.

1954: The US Air Force announced that UFOs did not exist.

1955: Tappan introduced the first microwave oven.

1970: Then 43-year-old quarterback George Blanda began a streak of five come from behind, last-minute victories for the Oakland Raiders

1971: The United Nations General Assembly voted to admit mainland China and expel Taiwan.

1973: John Lennon sued the U.S. government, claiming they tapped his telephone during his deportation hearings

1983: The U.S. invaded Grenada

1986: The Boston Red Sox lost Game 6 of the World Series to the New York Mets when a ground ball went through Bill Buckner's legs

1987: The Minnesota Twins won their first World Series.

1991: Concert promoter Bill Graham died in a helicopter crash

1999: Golfer Payne Stewart and five others were killed in the crash of a Lear Jet.

2001: Microsoft launched Windows XP

2002: Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone was killed in a plane crash

2003: Florida State's Bobby Bowden became the winningest coach in major college football history with his 339th victory

Birthday Partiers:
actress Marion Ross (Happy Days' Mrs. Cunningham) 86

singer Helen Reddy 72

actress Nancy Cartwright (The Simpsons' Bart, Nelson and Ralph) 57

actor Adam Goldberg (How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days, Saving Private Ryan, Zodiac) 44

singer Katy Perry 30

singer Ciara 29



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By David Evjen



Bitman1@aol.com
Sunday,

October 26th, 2014


UNDAY IN HISTORY…

1854: Grape Nuts inventor Charles William Post was born

1858: The washing machine was invented by Hamilton Smith of Philadelphia

1881: The Gunfight at the OK Corral took place in Tombstone, Arizona

1949: President Harry Truman raised the minimum wage from 40 to 75 cents an hour.

1955: Rebel Without A Cause, starring James Dean, opened in New York.

1955: New York City's 'underground' newspaper, The Village Voice, was first published

1965: The Beatles were presented Member of the Order of the British Empire medals by Queen Elizabeth.

1970: Muhammad Ali returned to boxing after his draft evasion sentence and beat Jerry Quarry

1970: Garry Trudeau began his comic strip Doonesbury

1984: Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie The Terminator opened.

1990: Wayne Gretzky became the first National Hockey League player to reach 2,000 points

2005: The Chicago White Sox won their first World Series since 1917


Birthday Partiers:
TV's Pat Sajak (Wheel of Fortune) 67

former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton 67

actress Jaclyn Smith (Charlie's Angels, The District) 67

actress Rita Wilson (Runaway Bride, Sleepless In Seattle, Jingle All The Way) 56

actor Dylan McDermott (The Practice, Steel Magnolias, The Campaign) 53

musician Natalie Merchant 51

musician Keith Urban 47

actor Tom Cavanagh (Ed, Love Monkey, Yogi Bear) 46



producer Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad) 41

actor Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, The Benchwarmers, Blades of Glory) 37

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