At proximity Oct. 21 1982 at 3:20am I was born. What is odd this whole year seemed to centered around time and history. Specially this month! Because as we all know this is when Doc and Marty were to arrive(Oct. 21. 2015). Another funny thing this months Loot Crate was time theme, which came today by the way! Nice little addition to my birthday.

Another creepy thing happened once I woke up today. Carly was at her desk and puts on Pandora and the first song that comes on was “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley. Which is the song they used in the Family Guy mock of Back To The Future. The part were Marty is playing  Johnny B. Goode, here is the videos so you can see what I’m talking about.

Yet another link to you Back To The Future and time hahaha. The day isn’t over yet, so we’ll see what happens as time goes on. A side from all the crazy goings on. I couldn’t help to think about what happen on October 21 through out history or who also shares my birthday. So I figured I’d do some digging! So have broke them up into groups to keep things interesting.

People who have the same birthday:

1917 – Dizzy Gillespie American jazz musician.
1943 – Paula Kelly, Jacksonville Fla, American dancer and actress (Liz-Night Court)
1943 – Ron Elliott, rocker
1943 – Tariq Ali, Pakistani author and historian
1944 – Janet Ahlberg, illustrator
1945 – Everett McGill, Miami Beach FL, actor (Jezebel’s Kiss, Silver Bullet)
1945 – Kathy Young, rocker (Thousand Stars in the Sky)
1945 – Nikita Mikhalkov, director (Dark Eyes, Slave of Love)
1946 – Lee Loughnane, rocker (Chicago)
1946 – Jim Hill, American sportscaster
1946 – Lux Interior, American singer (The Cramps)
1947 – Younis Ahmed, cricketer (batted for Pakistan in 1969 & again in 1987)
1948 – Moses J “Moss” Mayekiso, South African union/SACP-leader
1948 – Shaye Cohen, Historian and Professor at Harvard University
1948 – Tom Everett, American actor
1949 – Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli prime minister
1949 – Jonathon Silver, entrepreneur/arts patron
1949 – Shulamit Ran, composer
1949 – Michel Brière, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1971)
1950 – David H G viscount Lascelles, grandson of English princess Mary
1950 – Ronald E McNair, Lake City SC, astr (STS 41B, 51L-Challenger disaster)
1952 – Brent Mydland, Munich Germany, rock keyboardist/vocalist (Grass Roots)
1952 – Patti Davis [Patricia Ann Reagan], singer/actress/writer, Ronald and Nancy’s daughter
1952 – Trevor Chappell, cricketer (bro of several Aussie underarm bowler)
1952 – Allen Hoey, American poet and novelist
1953 – Charlotte Caffey, rock guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist (Go-Go’s)
1953 – Eleonora Giorgi, Rome Italy, actress (Nu de Femme, To Forget Venice)
1953 – Keith Green, American musician (d. 1982)
1953 – Peter Mandelson, British politician
1954 – Brian Tobin, Canadian premier of Newfoundland
1955 – Eric Faulkner, Edinburgh Scotland, rock guitarist (Bay City Rollers)
1955 – Rich Mullins, American musician (d. 1997)
1956 – Carrie Fisher, Beverly Hills, actress (Princess Lelia-Star Wars)
1957 – Julian Cope, [Kevin Stapleton], Welsh pop musician (Eve’s Volcano)
1957 – Steve Lukather, US rock singer/guitarist (Toto-Africa)
1957 – Wolfgang Ketterle, German physicist, Nobel laureate
1959 – George Bell, Dom Rep, outfielder (Blue Jays, 1987 AL MVP)
1959 – Tony Ganios, American Actor
1959 – Ken Watanabe, Japanese actor
1960 – Lionel Washington, NFL cornerback (Denver Broncos)
1961 – Mark Finch, film festival organiser
1962 – Don Fardon, Toowoomba QLD, Australian golfer
1962 – David Campese, Australian rugby union footballer
1964 – Jon Carin, American musician (Pink Floyd, The Who)
1965 – Alison Munt, Cairns Australia, LPGA golfer (1992 Jamie Farr-21st)
1965 – Chima McLean, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Conestoga), born in Vancouver, British Columbia
1965 – Chris Duplanty, Palo Alto California, water polo goalkeeper (Olympics-96)
1965 – Ion Andoni Goikoetxea, Spanish footballer
1966 – Jonas B, Svensson Sweden, tennis star
1966 – Thomas Louis Tolles Jr, Ft Myers FL, PGA golfer (1995 Bob Hope-3rd)
1967 – Bill Berg, St Catharines, NHL left wing (NY Rangers)
1967 – Gavin Brian Lovegrove, Auckland NZ, javelin (Olympics-96)
1967 – John Flaherty, catcher (San Diego Padres), born in NYC, New York
1967 – Stanley Richard, NFL safety (Washington Redskins)
1967 – Paul Ince, English footballer
1968 – Francois Gravel, hockey goaltender (Team France 1998)
1969 – John McMullen, Santa Rosa California, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 NCAA-15th)
1969 – Mo Lewis, NFL linebacker (NY Jets)
1969 – Tracy Yarbrough, Miss Idaho USA (1996)
1969 – Mo Lewis, American football player
1970 – Lance Teichelmann, WLAF defensive tackle (Rhein Fire)
1970 – Marc Wilkins, Mansfield OH, pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates)
1971 – Astrella Leitch, Celeste rocker, Donovan’s daughter
1971 – Damien Martyn, cricketer (WA & Australian middle-order batsman)
1971 – Jade Jagger, Paris France, daughter of Mick & Bianca Jagger
1971 – Rebecca Lynn Gray, Miss America-Indiana (1996), born in Indianapolis, Indiana
1971 – René Ponk, soccer player (FC Utrecht)
1971 – Shane Hannah, NFL guard (Dallas Cowboys)
1971 – Nick Oliveri, American musician
1971 – Paul Norman Telfer, Scottish footballer
1972 – Orlando Thomas, NFL safety (Minnesota Vikings)
1972 – Felicity Andersen, Australian actress
1972 – Saffron Burrows, English actress
1972 – Masakazu Morita, seiyu and actor
1972 – Matthew Friedberger, American musician (The Fiery Furnaces)
1972 – Evhen Tsybulenko, Ukrainian professor of international law
1973 – Dan Neil, NFL guard (Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)
1973 – Derrick Beatty, CFL defensive back (Edmonton Eskimos)
1973 – Lera Auerbach, Russian composer
1973 – Charlie Lowell, American Musician
1975 – Henrique Hilário, Portuguese footballer
1975 – Toby Hall, American baseball player
1976 – Jeremy Miller, West Covina California, actor (Ben-Growing Pains)
1976 – Nirachala Kumya, Miss Universe-Thailand (1996)
1976 – Lavinia Miloşovici, Romanian gymnast
1976 – Josh Ritter, American musician
1976 – Mélanie Turgeon, French Canadian alpine skier
1977 – Christie Lee Woods, Texas, Miss Teen USA (1996)
1978 – Will Estes, American actor
1978 – Joey Harrington, American football player
1979 – Khalil Greene, American baseball player
1979 – Gabe Gross, American baseball player
1980 – Kim Kardashian, American socialite (Sady……)
1980 – Brian Pittman, American musician (Relient K)
1981 – Nemanja Vidić, Serbian footballer
1982 – James White, American basketball player
1982 – Matt Dallas, American Actor
1983 – Zack Greinke, American baseball player
1983 – Ninette Tayeb, Israeli singer
1983 – Andy Marté, Dominican baseball player
1984 – Anouk Leblanc-Boucher, French Canadian short track speed skater

On October 21st these historical events happened:

1520 – Explorer Ferdinand Magellen and his fleet reach Cape Virgenes and become the first Europeans to sail into the Pacific Ocean
1553 – Volumes of Talmud are burned
1555 – Emperor Charles V makes Erard of Pallandt earl of Culemborg
1555 – English parliament refuses to recognize Philip of Spain as king
1568 – 2nd Altenburger sermon: Philippisten/Gnesiolutheranen
1591 – Nijmegen surrenders to Earl Mauritius van Nassau
1601 – Memorial service for Daitokuji’s Shinju held for Ikkyu Sojun in Kyoto
1639 – Sea battle at Dunes, Lt Admiral Maarten Tromp defeats Spanish armada under De Oquendo
1652 – King Louis XIV returns to Paris
1708 – Dutch & English troops occupy Lille (Rijsel)
1727 – Russian & Chinese accord to correct boundaries
1774 – First display of the word “Liberty” on a flag, raised by colonists in Taunton, Massachusetts and which was in defiance of British rule in Colonial America.
1803 – English scientist John Dalton reads his paper on the absorption of gases to the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Soc – 1st outline of his atomic theory
1805 – Battle of Trafalgar: British Admiral Horatio Nelson defeats combined French and Spanish fleet. Nelson is shot and killed during the battle.
1816 – The Penang Free School is founded in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, by the Rev Hutchings. It is the oldest English-language school in Southeast Asia.
1824 – Joseph Aspdin patents Portland cement (Yorkshire, England)
1854 – Florence Nightingale with a staff of 38 nurses is sent to the Crimean War
1858 – In Paris, the Can-Can is 1st performed
1858 – Jacques Offenbach’s opera “Orphée aux Enfers” premieres in Paris
1861 – Battle of Balls Bluff, VA (Leesburg, Harrison’s Island)
1864 – Battle of Westport, MO (Kansas City)
1868 – Severe earthquake at 7:53 AM, centered in Hayward, Calif
1869 – 1st shipment of fresh oysters comes overland from Baltimore
1871 – 1st US amateur outdoor athletic games (NY)
1878 – German republic chancellor Bismarck delegates end of “Socialism”
1887 – Detroit clinches best-of-15 touring World Championship with its 8th victory in Game 11 this afternoon in Baltimore, 13-3
1915 – William Jennings Bryan’s successor as US Secretary of State, Robert Lansing, sends a note to Britain protesting interference with US shipping
1917 – 1st Americans to see action on front lines of WW I: US troops enter front lines at Sommervillier under French command
1917 – Petrograds garrison accepts Revolutionary Military Committee
1918 – Margaret Owen sets world typing speed record of 170 wpm for 1 min
1921 – Tuschinski Theater opens in Amsterdam
1921 – Former Hungarian King Karl stages a second attempted coup and is arrested
1923 – 1st planetarium opens at Deutsche Museum in Munich
1924 – KLM Fokker’s F7 H-NACC departs to Dutch East Indies
1925 – Sidney Howards “Lucky Sam McGarver” premieres in NYC
1935 – Hank Greenberg selected AL MVP unanimously
1937 – Dmitri Shostakovitch’s 5th Symphony premieres
1937 – Franco-troops occupies Gijon
1938 – Japanese troops occupies Canton
1940 – RAF drops 1st anti-nazi pamphlets on Netherlands
1944 – Canadian troops occupy Breskens
1944 – During WW II, US troops capture Aachen, 1st large German city to fall
1944 – Walter Piston’s “Fugue for a Victory Tune” premieres in NYC
1945 – Women in France allowed to vote for 1st time
1947 – Dutch Dakota explodes near Coopenhagen, 16 die
1948 – Beersheba liberated by Israeli army
1948 – Dutch Constellation crashes at Prestwick Scotland (40 murder)
1948 – Facsimile high-speed radio transmission demonstrated (Washington, D.C.)
1948 – UN rejects Russian proposal to destroy atomic weapons
1949 – Author of ‘Brave New World’ Aldous Huxley writes to congratulate George Orwell on his new novel ‘1984’
1950 – Chinese forces occupy Tibet
1950 – Death penalty abolished in Belgium
1950 – Patty Berg wins LPGA Hardscrabble Women’s Golf Invitation
1950 – Tom Powers of Duke scores 6 touchdowns
1952 – Dutch government refuses New-Guinea (West-Irian)
1954 – Dorothy Parker/Arnaud d’Usseau’s “Ladies of the Corridor” premieres
1954 – Indonesian troops land in New-Guinea
1956 – Betty Dodd wins LPGA Lawton Golf Open
1957 – Giants purchase Class-A Phoenix team
1957 – Jailhouse Rock starring Elvis Presley opens
1957 – Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Lawton Golf Open
1958 – 1st women in British House of Lords
1959 – Contra revolutionaries bomb Havana
1959 – Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, opens (NYC)
1959 – Players Association approves 2 All-Star Games in 1960, to be held in KC & NY
1960 – 1st British nuclear sub HMS Dreadnought launched
1960 – JFK & Nixon clashed in 4th & final presidential debate (NYC)
1961 – Barbra Striesand opens in “Another Evening with Harry Stones”
1961 – USSR performs nuclear test at Sary Shagan USSR
1962 – Mickey Wright wins LPGA Carlsbad Cavern Golf Open
1964 – Abebe Bikila runs Olympic/World record marathon (2:12:11.2)
1964 – Braves ask NL to allow them to leave Milwaukee for Atlanta
1964 – Film version of “My Fair Lady” directed by George Cukor and starring Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn premieres in New York (Best Picture 1965)
1965 – KTWU TV channel 11 in Topeka, KS (PBS) begins broadcasting
1965 – Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Robert B Woodward
1965 – Vivian Beaumont Theater (NYC) opens
1965 – Comet Ikeya-Seki approaches perihelion, passing 450,000 kilometers from the sun.
1966 – 144 die as a coal waste landslide engulfed a school in Aberfan, South Wales
1967 – Egypt sinks Israeli torpedo boat
1967 – Thousands opposing Vietnam War try to storm Pentagon
1969 – Bloodless coup in Somalia (National Day)
1969 – Leonard Gersh’ “Butterflies are Free” premieres in NYC
1969 – Willy Brandt elected chancellor of West Germany
1969 – Maj Gen Mohamed Siad Barre becomes President of Somali
1970 – 777 Unification church couples wed in Korea
1970 – Caledonian Airways takes over British United Airways
1970 – Nobel prize of peace awarded to Norman E Borlaugh
1970 – Bernadette Devlin is released from prison having served four months of her six month sentence for riotous behaviour
1971 – “To Live Another Summer” opens at Helen Hayes NYC for 173 perfs
1971 – Nobel prize for literature awarded to Pablo Neruda
1971 – USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1971 – William H Rehnquist & Lewis F Powell nominated to US Supreme Court by Nixon, following resignations of Justices Hugo Black & John Harlan
1972 – “Dude” closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 16 performances
1972 – “Man of La Mancha” closes at Beaumont Theater NYC after 140 perfs
1972 – “Pacific Paradise” closes at Palace Theater NYC after 5 performances
1973 – A’s manager Dick Williams quits after A’s beat Mets in World Series
1973 – Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Waco Tribune Herald Ladies Golf Classic
1973 – Fred Dryer of the then Los Angeles Rams becomes the first player in NFL history to score two safeties in the same game.
1973 – 23rd NASCAR Sprint Cup: Benny Parsons wins
1974 – 1st Islander shut-out opponent-Billy Smith 5-0 vs Caps
1974 – Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Cubic Corp Golf Classic
1975 – “Treemonisha” opens at Uris Theater NYC for 64 performances
1975 – Coast Guard Academy 1st allows women to enroll
1975 – Elton John given a star in Hollywood
1975 – Mexico City’s 1st major subway accident takes 26 lives
1975 – Red Sox Carlton Fisk’s 12th inning HR beats Reds 7-6 in game 6 of WS
1975 – USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1975 – Venera 9, 1st craft to orbit planet Venus launched
1976 – 55th weaapon accord signed
1976 – Cin Reds sweep NY Yankees, in 73rd World Series
1976 – NY Knicks retire 1st number, # 19, Willis Reed
1976 – NY Yankee Thurman Munson ties World Series mark of 6 straight singles
1976 – Nobel prize for literature awarded to American Saul Bellow
1977 – US recalls William Bowdler, ambassador to South Africa
1977 – The European Patent Institute is founded.
1978 – Australian civilian pilot Frederick Valentich vanishes in a Cessna 182 over the Bass Strait south of Melbourne, after reporting contact with an unidentified aircraft.
1979 – 10th NYC Marathon won by Bill Rodgers in 2:11:42
1979 – 9th NYC Women’s Marathon won by Grete Waitz in 2:27:33
1979 – Greta Weitz wins woman participation in NYC marathon (02:27:33)
1979 – Israeli minister of Foreign affairs Moshe Dayan resigns
1979 – Ozzie Newsome begins NFL streak of 150 consecutive game receptions
1980 – “Banjo Dancing” opens at Century Theater NYC for 38 performances
1980 – 1st (& only) time Phillies win World Series (in 98 years)
1980 – Mikhail Gorbachev elected member of Politburo
1980 – Phillies win their 1st World Championship in their 98-year history
1982 – Private funeral service held for Bess Truman, former First Lady of the United States
1983 – Pope John Paul II names 3 new Dutch bishops
1984 – Cleveland Browns’ Steve Cox sets club record with a 60-yd field goal
1984 – Niki Lauda becomes 3rd time motor racing world champ
1984 – Steve Jones runs Chicago Marathon in world record 2:08:05
1984 – 35th Formula One WDC: Niki Lauda wins by 0.5 points
1985 – Qasim Omar (206) & Javed Miandad (203*) make 397 stand v SL
1986 – 1st-class cricket debut of Andy Flower, ZCU Presidents XI v Young WI
1986 – Hugh Whitemore’s “Breaking the Code” premieres in London
1986 – IBM re-forms in South Africa
1986 – Republic of Marshall Islands signs Compact of Free Association with US
1986 – US writer Edward A Tracy kidnap in Beirut
1987 – 7th Belgium government of Martens forms
1987 – Nobel prize for economy awarded to Robert M Solow
1987 – Senate debate begins rejecting Robert Bork’s Supreme Ct nomination
1988 – Boston Celtics beat Yugoslavia 113-85 in Madrid
1988 – Philippine former first couple Ferdinand & Imelda Marcos indicted on racketeering charges
1989 – “Dangerous Games” closes at Nederlander Theater NYC after 4 perfs
1989 – Buck Helm found alive after being buried 4 days, in SF earthquake
1989 – Houston becomes 1st major college team to gain 1000 yards in a game
1989 – Betram Lee & Peter Bynoe purchase the Denver Nuggets for $65m – 1st African American owners of a major sports team,
1990 – Esther Canseco calls Oakland A’s manager Tony La Russa a “punk” for not starting husband Jose in the World Series
1990 – The first Apple Day, is held in Covent Garden, London.
1991 – 24 die in a fire in Oakland Calif
1991 – Former California Governor Jerry Brown announces his run for the US Presidency
1991 – US hostage Jesse Turner released from 5 years in captivity in Beirut
1992 – Madonna’s book “Sex” goes on sale
1993 – “Twilight of the Golds” opens at Booth Theater NYC for 29 performances
1993 – Gary Kasparov defeats Nigel Short for chess championship
1993 – Military coup by Burundi President Ndadaye; 525,000 Hutus flee
1994 – Hana bridge is Seoul Korea crashes, 32+ die
1994 – North Korea signs pact to end their nuclear projects
1995 – Addison Vance, 18, of Hickory NC, crowned 7th Ms Venus Swimwear
1995 – Mario Tremblay, selected 22nd NHL coach of Montreal Canadians
1997 – Elton John’s tribute to Diana, Princess of wales, breaks world record, 318 million dist
1997 – Cleve Marquis Grissom hit in his 15th straight World Series game (streak ends at 15, he is 2nd to Hank Baur with 17)
1998 – MLB World Series: New York Yankees defeat San Diego Padres to win 4-0
2001 – “United We Stand” benefit concert for September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks victims, held at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Event organized and headlined by Michael Jackson, also featuring pop stars Aerosmith, Mariah Carey, The Backstreet Boys, and others.
2001 – MLB National League Championship: Arizona Diamondbacks beat Atlanta Braves, 4 games to 1
2003 – Images of the dwarf planet Eris are taken and subsequently used in its discovery by the team of Michael E. Brown, Chad Trujillo, and David L. Rabinowitz.
2004 – MLB National League Championship: St. Louis Cardinals beat Houston Astros, 4 games to 3
2005 – 52nd National Film Awards (India): “Page 3” wins the Golden Lotus
2007 – 58th Formula One WDC: Kimi Raikkonen wins by one point
2007 – MLB American League Championship: Boston Red Sox beat Cleveland Indians, 4 games to 3
2009 – MLB National League Championship: Philadelphia Phillies beat Los Angeles Dodgers, 4 games to 1
2009 – 55th National Film Awards (India): “Kanchivaram” wins the Golden Lotus
2013 – The Parliament of Canada confers Honorary Canadian citizenship on women’s rights and education activist Malala Yousafzai
2014 – Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
2014 – San Francisco Giants win game one of the 2014 World Series

It’s rather crazy to think about all this history around the word is happening on your Birthday. As a side note, I’ve been writing this post through out the day and adding as I go. I kinda what to keep track of the day and share everything going on. Later me and Carly are going out for a Birthday lunch and hit up the book store and comic shop. SUSHI!!!! I’ll make sure to add picture as well. Because you know… Birthday gifts and all that :).

SO…… It’s the following morning.. Didn’t make it to sushi, but we did get gelato, coffee and BOOKS! Lots of books, not that I already have enough with Star Trek going on hahaha. We headed back home and stopped by a friends house because he had a gift for me and to my surprise everyone was home and had dinner/goodies all ready.  The rest of the night was filled with good times and TableTop(of course).

20151021_225353So this is the birthday loot I got the other night!! I need to read up a little more on the Lord of the Rings deck building game I got. We also played a new game game the other night, a mix of Munchkin & Smash Up. That’s a different beast all together, but super fun. If you have the right deck build that is hahaha.

20151021_214342In the beginning of the day as I stated before, I got my Loot Crate and it was Time theme. Oh my god this was a great box this month. A lot better than last months.. A LOT Better!

20151021_133444 20151021_133504 20151021_13351620151021_133538 20151021_133627 20151021_133717 20151021_133800 20151021_134009After all was said and done, with everyone tired. We came back home and watch Jurassic World 🙂 Which was rather good to my surprise haha. At any rate, thank you all for the Birthday wishes and following my site for another year!!

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