William (genkischuldich) wrote,

Thrilled to be tagged by ruebert, because no one ever tags me for memes.

Go to Wikipedia and type in your birthday (month and day). Then you write down 3 events, 3 births, 3 deaths, 3 holidays, and tag 3 friends.

* 1854 – Commodore Matthew Perry signs the Treaty of Kanagawa with the Japanese government, opening the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate to American trade. [The beginning of the end of Sakoku.]
* 1930 – The Motion Pictures Production Code is instituted, imposing strict guidelines on the treatment of sex, crime, religion and violence in film for the next thirty eight years. [Hehehehe, you said 'sex'....heheheheh]
* 1970 – Explorer 1 re-enters the Earth's atmosphere (after 12 years in orbit). [An extra one because I feel so bad about including the next one. Also SPACE.]
* 1985 – The first WrestleMania, the biggest wrestling event from the WWE, takes place in Madison Square Garden in New York.

* 1596 – René Descartes
* 1932 – Ooshima Nagisa [Director responsible for Gohatto]
* 1977 – Toshiya [Dir en grey]

* 1993 – Brandon Lee
* 1932 – Yuri Valentinovich Knorozov [Linguist]
* 1977 – Nakamura Utaemon VI [Kabuki Actor]

# US Virgin Islands – Transfer Day
# Abdas of Susa [Saint Day in the Syrian Church.]
# Orchestra Day [...in Japan, anyway.]

TAG: dilettantka, umbrellaofdoom and kuroe.
Tags: meme

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