Friday, 29 July 2011

It's my Birthday

15 years ago today - I came down to this very little planet to join all you people in the world, and show what I can do. So far, I've been able to show what I've been doing by creating two blogs - and sharing some posts and happy to write down articles never told before.

As I'm now 15 years old today, I'm up at 6.30am now and I'm waiting for my folks to wake up to wish me a Happy birthday. At the age of 15, it may be just a another year of childhood - before you turn 16 where you get more privileges and you could leave school, get lottery tickets, and all that sort of stuff. Of course, I still want to use up as much as I can in that year, and enjoy the remaining childhood parts of my life. :)

Stumbling through a bit of history on that date: here is a news event that I found on my exact birth date July, 29 1996 on Wikipedia: 1996 – The child protection portion of the Communications Decency Act is struck down by a U.S. federal court as too broad . The rest of the information are not too important, I know that on July 29, 1987 - Margaret Thatcher made an agreement to build the Channel Tunnel (a tunnel from Dover to France). On July 29, 1921 - Hitler became the leader of the National Socialists German Workers' Party in other words to put it (Nazi) - Oh my. I even looked up on famous people's birth dates - I couldn't find any. But I found a death date of a name I'm familiar of - Vincent van Gogh, who sadly committed suicide on my birthday - thus my oh dear.

A BIT of Disney history: Walt's Disney first ever full-length short ever created Little Red Riding Hood for Laugh-O-Grams was released on July 29, 1922 - so the first Disney film started on my birth date - even though it may not be official. Other Disney shorts released on my birthdays (The Shindig - July 29, 1930), (Old King Cole - July 29, 1933) and (The Fox Hunt - July 29, 1938). The rest I don't need to bother knowing about.

So, here is a video that the March Hare and the Mad Hatter made especially for me, to celebrate (I'm afraid that they're that mad that they got the title wrong).

A Very Merry Unbirthday.

See you later folks - my birthday won't be a mad one. ;-)

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