Re: No birthdays, today (cigar content!)

"Miss Elaine Eos" <Misc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
...But I still think history is interesting.

Elsewhere in history...

Jan 3 1958 The editor of the scandal magazine Confidential, Howard
Rushmore, murders his wife and then suicides in the back of a taxicab in

Jan 3 1961 Three technicians -- John Byrnes, Richard McKinley, and
Richard Legg -- are killed when the SL-1 experimental nuclear reactor
explodes in Idaho Falls, Idaho. McKinley's corpse is found stuck to the
containment dome ceiling, impaled on a control rod. The crewmen's
radioactive bodies are so hot they have to be buried in lead-lined

Jan 3 1962 Pope John XXIII excommunicated Fidel Castro.

Jan 3 1967 Jack Ruby dead of natural causes.

Jan 3 1969 In New Jersey, 30,000 copies of John and Yoko's album "Two
Virgins" are confiscated because the cover is deemed obscene.

Jan 3 1987 Four non-cancerous polyps are removed from President Ronald
Reagan's colon.
["Film @ 11..."]

Jan 3 1990 Manuel Noriega surrenders at the Papal Nunciature. He is
brought to Miami and charged with drug trafficking and money laundering.

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J.R.R. Tolkien (1892): Author and English scholar whose unparalleled
love of linguistics resulted in "his unique insight at once into the
language of poetry and the poetry of language." After completing his studies
at Oxford University, Tolkien served as Professor of Anglo-Saxon (Old
English) at his alma mater. When he was not in the classroom, Tolkien was
bringing the fantastical world of Middle-earth to life on the written page.
Middle-earth, which he gave an Old English name, was inhabited with
creatures like Elves, Dwarves, Trolls and Hobbits. The most famous of
Tolkien's tales include The Hobbit (1937) and The Lord of the Rings (1955).
The popularity of Tolkien's works have not waned with age as evidenced by
the overwhelming success of the screen adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.