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Happy Birthday, patty
     Posted By: Professor Music - Tue Jun 22, 2010

Awww patty you got your own birthday post! Happy Birthday! ...

where's mine? :lol:
Posted by Nethie on 06/22/10 at 08:05 PM
Thanks for getting my message Professor M .. Happy BD my super special friend too !!! I hope you like the presents you get in the mail package we sent 😊
Posted by ANON in Nowhere on 06/22/10 at 08:15 PM
Wow, I am overwhelmed. Thank you thank you thank you! Prof you are so sweet, love ya honey, and BD you know I love you darlin'.
Now if you'll excuse me, I need a tissue. 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/22/10 at 09:04 PM
Well, what do you know! Two great people have this special day.
This one's for you, Patty and I'll be calling Mom this afternoon. BTW, did you both turn 39 this year? :lol:
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 06/22/10 at 10:09 PM
yup 39! 😉 happy birthday to mom and thanks for the cool pic expt. love ya sweetie! thanks mario!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/23/10 at 02:41 AM
I had hoped to do a "Weird Birthdays" post for this day, but the pressures of work (and difficulty in finding decent material) made that impossible. So I'll just hijack this thread an present.

Some weird stuff to do with June 23rd.

As well as the birthday of one gracious gal, today is also the birthday of the Beatles original base player, Stuart Sutcliffe. Sometimes called "the fifth Beatle", Sutcliffe appears on the cover to Sgt. Pepper.

Not only that, but our own fast lady has some still competition from another character celebrating a birthday (of sorts) today. It's exactly 19 years since the launch of the very first Sonic the Hedgehog game.

But how should patty spend her special day? Perhaps by putting on some Duffy (born today) and settling down with some donuts (invented this week) watching some re-runs of Angel (created by fellow birthday boy Joss Whedon). Then afterwards she could work it off with a hula-hoop (first patented this week) to some KT Tunstall (born today) or Jason Mraz (ditto). But hey, why not just spend it with us on her computer (computer pioneer Alan Turing was also born today)?

Some things patty might not want to do today is; sit a SAT test (first one given today in 1926), emulate Lorena Bobbit (who performed her infamous operation today in 1993) or make incriminating recordings of her conversations (like Nixon first did on this day in 1972).

This day is special in so many ways, it saw the birth of Mercedes and the QWERTY typewriter, and was the start of both the modern Olympic movement and the holocaust. It marks the first day of the 40th Glastonbury music festival, the tenth anniversary of the first complete sequencing of the human genome, and the tenth anniversary of the opening of the London Eye. But to WUers it can only ever be special in just one way...


(Sources: Wikipedia, WiseGeek and Google News.)
Posted by Dumbfounded on 06/23/10 at 06:28 PM
Dumbfounded, thank you for the time and effort above. You are still the smartest guy around here as well as charming and sweet. Love you sweetheart!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/23/10 at 06:42 PM
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