Saturday, January 14, 2012


Barbara Ward-Finneran

Embracing occasional chaos.

An attitude of gratitude.  

A song that makes you remember.

Saying "I love you". 

Sharing meals with those you love.

Laughing till you cry... Crying till you laugh.

Missing someone enough to wish they were by your side.

Keeping the promises that you make to yourself!



1907 - An earthquake killed over 1,000 people in Kingston, Jamaica.

1939 - "Honolulu Bound" was heard on CBS radio for the first time.

1943 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U.S. President to fly in an airplane while in office. He flew from Miami, FL, to French Morocco where he met with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to discuss World War II.

1951 - The first National Football League Pro Bowl All-Star Game was played in Los Angeles, CA

1952 - NBC's "Today" show premiered.

1953 - Josip Broz Tito was elected president of Yugoslavia by the country's Parliament.

1954 - Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio were married. The marriage only lasted nine months.

1954 - The Hudson Motor Car Company merged with Nash-Kelvinator. The new company was called the American Motors Corporation.

1963 - George C. Wallace was sworn in as governor of Alabama.

1969 - An explosion aboard the U.S. aircraft carrier Enterprise off Hawaii killed 25 crew members.

1972 - NBC-TV debuted "Sanford & Son."

1973 - The Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII and became the first NFL team to go undefeated in a season.

1985 - Martina Navratilova won her 100th tournament. She joined Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert Lloyd as the only professional tennis players to win 100 tournaments.

1985 - Former Miss America, Phyllis George, joined Bill Kurtis as host of "The CBS Morning News".

1986 - "Rambo: First Blood, Part II" arrived at video stores. It broke the record set by "Ghostbusters", for first day orders. 435,000 copies of the video were sold.

1993 - Television talk show host David Letterman announced he was moving from NBC to CBS.

1993 - The British government pledged to introduce legislation to criminalize invasions of privacy by the press.

1994 - U.S. President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin signed Kremlin accords to stop aiming missiles at any nation and to dismantle the nuclear arsenal of Ukraine.

1996 - Jorge Sampaio was elected president of Portugal.

1996 - Juan Garcia Abrego was arrested by Mexican agents. The alleged drug lord was handed over to the FBI the next day.

1998 - Whitewater prosecutors questioned Hillary Rodham Clinton at the White House for 10 minutes about the gathering of FBI background files on past Republican political appointees.

1998 - In Dallas, researchers report an enzyme that slows the aging process and cell death.

1999 - The impeachment trial of U.S. President Clinton began in Washington, DC

1999 - The U.S. proposed the lifting of the U.N. ceilings on the sale of oil in Iraq. The restriction being that the money be used to buy medicine and food for the Iraqi people.

2000 - A U.N. tribunal sentenced five Bosnian Croats to up to 25 years for the 1993 massacre of over 100 Muslims in a Bosnian village.

2000 - The Dow Jones industrial average hit a new high when it closed at 11,722.98. Earlier in the session, the Dow had risen to 11,750.98. Both records stood until October 3, 2006.

2002 - NBC's "Today" celebrated its 50th anniversary on television.

2002 - Actor Brad Renfro, 19, was arrested after being stopped on a traffic violation. He was charged with public intoxication and driving without a license.

2004 - In St. Louis, a Lewis and Clark Exhibition opened at the Missouri History Museum. The exhibit featured 500 rare and priceless objects used by the Corps of Discovery.

2005 - A probe, from the Cassini-Huygens mission, sent back pictures during and after landing on Saturn's moon Titan. The mission was launched on October 15, 1997.

Friday, January 13, 2012


Marion Pellicano Ambrose
Happy Friday the 13th! It’s the first one of the year, but there will be 2 more in 2012. The next will be in April and another in July. (For the really superstitious, that’s 3 Friday the 13th’s in 13 weeks!)

People who are afraid of Friday the 13th are called paraskevidekatriaphobiacs. Think it’s a myth? Think again! There are over 60 million of these people in the world.

The number 13 has long been a source of superstition and fear. Some believe it began with events surrounding Christ’s crucifixion. There were 13 people at the table for the last supper and Jesus died on a Friday.

Other experts trace back the evil origins of 13 to the Code of Hammurabi which was enacted without a 13th law. Friday, according to, was also the day that Eve offered Adam the forbidden fruit. Others point to the demise of the Knights Templar, who were arrested on October 13th, 1307. It was a Friday.

The superstition has crept into modern culture. Many tall buildings are built without a 13th floor. The ill-fated Apollo 13 mission gave paraskevidekatriaphobiacs “proof” that the number 13 was unlucky.

Business suffers on Friday the 13th as well. Between $800 - $900 million is lost because many people won’t fly or do business on this day. Who wants to have surgery on Friday the 13th? Would you bet on the horses on this day?

Are you a paraskevidekatriaphobiac? If so, what exactly are you afraid of? We’d love to hear your best Friday the 13th story, even if you have no fear! Send it in to


is for Heather Lochlear.

Dawn Boyle
What is up with women??? Did I just hear that right, Heather Locklear ends up in hospital after taking pills and drinking all because Jack Wagner calls off engagement??

A spokeswoman for Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks, Calif. confirms to KNBC TV’s Bev White that Heather Locklear was admitted and will stay overnight. She was conscious, stable and resting comfortably, said Kris Carraway-Bowman, VP of marketing and public relations for the hospital.

Original story

Actress Heather Locklear was taken to the hospital on Thursday afternoon after a 911 call was placed from her home earlier in the day.
"Emergency response personnel responded to a medical emergency call at Ms. Locklear's residence," Ventura County Sheriff's Capt. Mike Aranda told PEOPLE. "Once they arrived, it was determined that Ms. Locklear needed to be transported to the hospital for further medical attention."

According to TMZ, it was the actress' sister who made the call shortly after 2 p.m. PT. The website also reports that law enforcement sources said Locklear, 50, had mixed alcohol with prescription drugs.
A source told Radar Onlinethat the "Melrose Place" star was "distraught over her relationship with Jack (Wagner), it is on and off and it has upset her lately." Locklear and her "Melrose" co-star Wagner ended their engagement in November, saying it was the best thing for their children.


Marion Pellicano Ambrose

They’re outside the supermarket, church and Walmart! They might even come right up to your door! Yes, they're everywhere!Who? Girl Scouts, of course. It’s cookie selling time! Girls Scout Troops have been selling cookies as their major fund raiser for many years.

 The first cookie sales by an individual Scout unit was by the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, Oklahoma in December 1917. In 1922, the Girl Scout magazine The American Girl suggested cookie sales as a fund-raiser and provided recipes. In 1933, Girl Scouts in Philadelphia organized the first official sale, selling homemade cookies at the windows of local utility companies. The first Girl Scout cookie recipe was a sugar cookie. In 1936 the national organization began licensing commercial bakers to produce cookies.

Thursday, January 12, 2012


Tony Walker
The other day Boyle was driving down Sunrise Highway with 10 penguins in her back seat. 
A cop pulled her over.
"Lady, you can't have these penguins in your car! Get them to a zoo!"
"Yes Officer. Right away."
The cop liked Boyle's cleavage so he let her go without a ticket.
But the next day the cop saw Boyle driving on Merrick Road with the same penguins!
He pulls her over.
"What did I tell you yesterday? I thought you were taking these penguins to the zoo!"
"I did! Today we're going to the movies!"


Marion Pellicano Ambrose

If you’ve been bitten by “the bug”, you’re not alone. People all over are coming down with symptoms ranging from sore throats to non stop vomiting. The question is, is it the flu or Norovirus?

The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat and runny or stuffy nose. It is spread mostly through sneezing and coughing so it can be easily passed on, especially at schools where kids are in close contact with each other.

Norovirus is a stomach bug that causes inflammation of the stomach and intestines, causing symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting and stomach pain. Unfortunately, there is no treatment or vaccine. It usually takes about 48 hours from it to pass. However, you are still contagious for up to three weeks after that. November through April is the peak season for the virus. Washing your hands often and using hand sanitizer, and not sharing utensils, eating surfaces or food is the best defense. Another good strategy is to get plenty of rest, drink LOTS of water, and take a multi vitamin.

Special note: If you’re sick –STAY HOME! If your kids are sick, don’t send them to school. After being ill, you or your child should stay home at least 24 hours after fever and other symptoms are gone.  If you or your child vomits –STAY HOME! The rest of the world will thank you for it!

* It’s always best to contact your doctor to be sure you haven’t developed a more serious illness rather than the garden variety bug!
For more information on symptoms go to: you want it?

Tony Walker
Recently Marion posted something nice about things men can do to help their ladies out.
I, being the moron I am, then posted a man's version of that.
Basically my post said just give the man sex & he's happy all the time.
It was a joke but it did spark a serious conversation between a close female friend & myself.
She refused to believe men rely on sex that much.
My stance was not only do men rely on it, but what's wrong with that if they do?
When you love someone, that person excites you right? Don't you want to be naked with that person all the time? Don't you wanna share some intimate moments? Even this pig will admit sex is so much more when there are feelings involved.... it's a wonderful experience, what's wrong with wanting it all the time? Doesn't it give you a better feeling for the rest of the day after doing it? Why does sex always have to be looked at as a dirty thing?
What's better than the one you want more than anybody else wants you back? It's such a fantastic experience.
If that person doesn't want me, it messes up my self esteem in so many ways.
So yes.... sex is very important!!!
Who's with me here?!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012


Marion Pellicano Ambrose

The first picture I saw of my husband, before I even met him, was of him crouched down with his cocker spaniel. Sure, he was nicely dressed and extremely good looking, but what attracted me most was the obvious connection between him and his dog.

 Crazy? Not according to Wendy Diamond, author of "How To Understand Men Through Their Dogs". Diamond has studied breeds and their owners and has come up with a list of characteristics for men based on the breed of dog they own. Looking for good husband material? He should have a Collie or Beagle. If he has a Bichon Frise, he’ll be great with kids. The Akita man will be overprotective of those they love while a Pomeranian owner will be extremely affectionate. My personal advice, find a man who has a Cocker Spaniel, Lab, Pembroke Welch Corgi, or a good old fashioned mutt. I can tell you from personal experience, they’re the most loyal, protective, amazing, husbands of all!

You can also kind of reverse this process. Trust your own pet to “sniff out” your dates. Sheryl Matthys, founder of Leashes and Lovers. (Matthys, is a certified dog trainer, animal behaviorist and expert on dog-human relationships, also has a psychology degree.)

"Even though dogs have 220 million smell receptors to our 5 million, I’m not talking literally sniff(ing) you a good date, but trust your dog’s instincts," she said. "Look for the receptiveness of your dog being comfortable around your potential date."

I’d like to say that cats can do the same. After my husband and I had dated for a few weeks, he invited me to his apartment for dinner. I sat on the couch while he made the one dish he knew how to cook, SOS. While I waited, his cat, Piper came strutting in to the room. Piper came right up to me and we became the best of friends immediately. My husband just stood, spatula in hand, staring with a puzzled look on his face. Years later he told me that every other girl he dated failed the “Piper test”. Piper would hiss, spit and even bite each of the girls he brought for inspection. I’ll always be grateful to our cat Piper for choosing me!

So, I guess when it comes to love, let the pet be your guide!

Tuesday, January 10, 2012


Pictures can't do it justice and there aren't the words to describe all it's beauty and light... Or the emotion of how looking at it makes you feel... The way it can fill up the even the most perfect darkness...

The full moon gives you enough in the time it has to leave behind the silent celebration and security of knowing its there ...even when you can't see it, nor touch it, or hold it...

Perhaps that why I'm drawn to the moon...
Perhaps because it's so much like us...


It is five minutes to midnight. Two years ago, it appeared that world leaders might address the truly global threats that we face. In many cases, that trend has not continued or been reversed. For that reason, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is moving the clock hand one minute closer to midnight, back to its time in 2007.

Nuclear disarmament

Despite the promise of a new spirit of international cooperation, and reductions in tensions between the United States and Russia, the Science and Security Board believes that the path toward a world free of nuclear weapons is not at all clear, and leadership is failing. The ratification in December 2010 of the New START treaty between Russia and the United States reversed the previous drift in US-Russia nuclear relations. However, failure to act on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty by leaders in the United States, China, Iran, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Israel, and North Korea and on a treaty to cut off production of nuclear weapons material continues to leave the world at risk from continued development of nuclear weapons. The world still has approximately 19,500 nuclear weapons, enough power to destroy the Earth's inhabitants several times over. The Nuclear Security Summit of 2010 shone a spotlight on securing all nuclear fissile material, but few actions have been taken. The result is that it is still possible for radical groups to acquire and use highly enriched uranium and plutonium to wreak havoc in nuclear attacks.

Obstacles to a world free of nuclear weapons remain. Among these are disagreements between the United States and Russia about the utility and purposes of missile defense, as well as insufficient transparency, planning, and cooperation among the nine nuclear weapons states to support a continuing drawdown. The resulting distrust leads nearly all nuclear weapons states to hedge their bets by modernizing their nuclear arsenals. While governments claim they are only ensuring the safety of their warheads through replacement of bomb components and launch systems, as the deliberate process of arms reduction proceeds, such developments appear to other states to be signs of substantial military build-ups.

The Science and Security Board also reviewed progress in meeting the challenges of nuclear weapons proliferation. Ambiguity about Iran's nuclear power program continues to be the most prominent example of this unsolved problem — centrifuges can enrich uranium for both civilian power plants and military weapons. It remains to be seen how many additional countries will pursue nuclear power, but without solutions to the dual-use problem and without incentives sufficient to resist military applications, the world is playing with the explosive potential of a million suns and a fire that will not go out.

The potential for nuclear weapons use in regional conflicts in the Middle East, Northeast Asia, and particularly in South Asia is also alarming. Ongoing efforts to ease tensions, deal with extremism and terrorist acts, and reduce the role of nuclear weapons in international relations have had only halting success. Yet we believe that international diplomatic pressure as well as burgeoning citizen action will help political leaders to see the folly of continuing to rely on nuclear weapons for national security.

Nuclear energy

In light of over 60 years of improving reactor designs and developing nuclear fission for safer power production, it is disheartening that the world has suffered another calamitous accident. Given this history, the Fukushima disaster raised significant questions that the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board believe must be addressed. Safer nuclear reactor designs need to be developed and built, and more stringent oversight, training, and attention are needed to prevent future disasters. A major question to be addressed is: How can complex systems like nuclear power stations be made less susceptible to accidents and errors in judgment?

Climate change

In fact, the global community may be near a point of no return in efforts to prevent catastrophe from changes in Earth's atmosphere. The International Energy Agency projects that, unless societies begin building alternatives to carbon-emitting energy technologies over the next five years, the world is doomed to a warmer climate, harsher weather, droughts, famine, water scarcity, rising sea levels, loss of island nations, and increasing ocean acidification. Since fossil-fuel burning power plants and infrastructure built in 2012-2020 will produce energy — and emissions — for 40 to 50 years, the actions taken in the next few years will set us on a path that will be impossible to redirect. Even if policy leaders decide in the future to reduce reliance on carbon-emitting technologies, it will be too late.

Among the existing alternatives for producing base-load electricity with low carbon dioxide emissions is nuclear power. Russia, China, India, and South Korea will likely continue to construct plants, enrich fuel, and shape the global nuclear power industry.
Countries that had earlier signaled interest in building nuclear power capacity, such as Vietnam, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and others, are still intent on acquiring civilian nuclear reactors for electricity despite the Fukushima disaster. However, a number of countries have renounced nuclear power, including Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. In Japan, only eight of 54 power plants currently operate because prefecture governors, responding to people's opposition to nuclear power, have not allowed reactors back online. In the United States, increased costs of additional safety measures may make nuclear power too expensive to be a realistic alternative to natural gas and other fossil fuels.

The hopeful news is that alternatives to burning coal, oil, and uranium for energy continue to show promise. Solar and photovoltaic technologies are seeing reductions in price, wind turbines are being adopted for commercial electricity, and energy conservation and efficiency are becoming accepted as sources for industrial production and residential use. Many of these developments are taking place at municipal and local levels in countries around the world. In Haiti, for example, a nonprofit group is distributing solar-powered light bulbs to the poor. In Germany, a smart electrical grid is shifting solar-generated power to cloudy regions and wind power to becalmed areas. And in California, government is placing caps on carbon emissions that industry will meet. While not perfect, these technologies and practices hold substantial promise.

Yet, we are very concerned that the pace of change may not be adequate and that the transformation that seems to be on its way will not take place in time to meet the hardships that large-scale disruption of the climate portends. As we see it, the major challenge at the heart of humanity's survival in the 21st century is how to meet energy needs for economic growth in developing and industrial countries without further damaging the climate, without exposing people to loss of health and community, and without risking further spread of nuclear weapons.

The challenges to rid the world of nuclear weapons, harness nuclear power, and meet the nearly inexorable climate disruptions from global warming are complex and interconnected. In the face of such complex problems, it is difficult to see where the capacity lies to address these challenges. The political processes in place seem wholly inadequate to meet the challenges to human existence that we confront.

As such, the Science and Security Board is heartened by the Arab Spring, the Occupy movements, political protests in Russia, and by the actions of ordinary citizens in Japan as they call for fair treatment and attention to their needs. Whether meeting the challenges of nuclear power, or mitigating the suffering from human-caused global warming, or preventing catastrophic nuclear conflict in a volatile world, the power of people is essential. For this reason, we ask other scientists and experts to join us in engaging ordinary citizens. Together, we can present the most significant questions to policymakers and industry leaders. Most important, we can demand answers and action. As the first atomic scientists of the Bulletin recognized in 1948, the burden of disseminating information about the social and economic "implications of nuclear energy and other new scientific developments rests with the intelligent citizens of the world; the intense and continuing cooperation of the scientists is assured."

Few of the Bulletin's recommendations of 2010 have been taken up; they still require urgent attention if we are to avert catastrophe from nuclear weapons and global warming. At a minimum these include:

  • Ratification by the United States and China of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and progress on a Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty;
  • Implementing multinational management of the civilian nuclear energy fuel cycle with strict standards for safety, security, and nonproliferation of nuclear weapons, including eliminating reprocessing for plutonium separation;
  • Strengthening the International Atomic Energy Agency's capacity to oversee nuclear materials, technology development, and its transfer;
  • Adopting and fulfilling climate change agreements to reduce carbon dioxide emissions through tax incentives, harmonized domestic regulation and practice;
  • Transforming the coal power sector of the world economy to retire older plants and to require in new plants the capture and storage of the CO2 they produce;
  • Vastly increasing public and private investments in alternatives to carbon emitting energy sources, such as solar and wind, and in technologies for energy storage, and sharing the results worldwide.

The Clock is ticking.

-Science and Security Board, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists


Excedrin, Bufferin, Gas-X, NoDoz

Product: Excedrin, Bufferin, Gas-X, NoDoz
Company/Brand: Novartis
The Hazard: Novarits issued a voluntary recall of Excedrin and Bufferin saying that certain bottles "may contain stray, broken or chipped tablets from other Novartis products." The company is also recalling NoDoz and Gas-X Prevention as a precaution. The recall includes bottles of Excedrin and NoDoz with expiration dates of Dec. 20, 2014 or earlier, and Gas-X Prevention products with expiration dates of Dec. 20, 2013 or earlier. If you have one of the affected drugs stop taking them immediately.
Who to call: Novartis Consumer Relationship Center at 1-888-477-2403 to get information on returning the tainted drugs and get a refund. For more information go to the FDA or Novartis websites.

Monday, January 9, 2012


Happy New Years to all you lovely ladies who drive us men crazy!!
I know I've talked about this a few times but I need to bring it up again.
The other day a friend of my wife's emailed my wife. Here are a few examples of what this email said:
He said to me ... . ......... Shall we try swapping positions tonight?
I said to him .. That's a good idea - you stand by the stove & sink while I sit on the sofa and do nothing but fart

He said to me. . How many men does it take to change a roll of toilet paper?
I said to him .. .. I don't know; it has never happened.
He said to me....What do you call a woman who knows where her husband is every night?
I said to him. . .. A widow.

He said to me.... Why are married women heavier than single women?
I said to him .. . .. Single women come home, see what's in the fridge and go to bed
….Married women come home, see what's in bed and go to the fridge.
Am I reading into this way too much? As someone who is in comedy, am I just not enjoying the humor?
Ladies.... is it really this bad?
We were at our friend's house for New Year's when one of our friends told us he was just laid off. My wife's response was "Now you'll be living like Tony." I was floored. I'm busting my ass trying to make my comedy career take us to a place where we can live comfortably financially. 
I help with the kids, the laundry, the dishes, & even change the toilet paper roll!!!
I know there are some useless men out there but I also know plenty of useless women!
Be honest.... tell us what you think even if you have to be anonymous. 
Are most men really this bad?? I don't see it!!!


Chicken Fajita Lettuce WrapChicken Fajita Lettuce Wraps
Recipe and photo from Kraft Foods.

6 tablespoons Italian Reduced Fat Dressing, divided
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
1 pound grilled boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into strips
2 cups sliced red or green peppers
1 cup sliced onions
1 cup reduced fat Cheddar cheese
8 large iceberg lettuce leaves
MIX 1/4 cup of the dressing and cumin in medium bowl. Add chicken; toss lightly. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes to marinate.

ADD remaining 2 Tbsp. dressing to large nonstick skillet. Add peppers and onions; mix lightly. Cook on medium heat 6 to 8 minutes or until vegetables are crisp-tender. Remove vegetable mixture from skillet; place in separate bowl. Cover to keep warm.

ADD chicken with marinade to same skillet. Cook 8 to 10 minutes or until chicken is cooked through, stirring frequently. Return vegetable mixture to skillet; cook an additional 2 or 3 minutes or until heated through, stirring occasionally.

SPOON chicken mixture evenly onto lettuce leaves; sprinkle with cheese. Roll up. Serve warm.


Marion Pellicano Ambrose

Are you the parent of a “starving” college student and constantly having to send more money each month for food? You might be interested in having your college student check out “Food- Bot” (

Food-Bot is a website designed to help college students find free food events on campus. The website seeks to serve two groups: students looking for free food, and student groups looking for some free publicity for their events.
There are one of two ways free food events get placed on the site:
  • People post event information manually
  • Food-Bot processes emails, extracts free food event information, and posts it on the site
Visitors to the site see information about all of the upcoming free food events, attend those    events, and then eat to their hearts' content.
Many groups who put on these events entice people with free food as a way to promote a cause or get more people involved. So in order for site users to know what they’re getting themselves into, each event listing includes ratings on the level of food quality, time commitment and awkwardness for those who may be interested in attending.
The site came about in 2009, when Greg Woloschyn, now graduated from Carnegie-Mellon’s computer science program, was looking for ways to survive on a typical college student’s budget. He started by subscribing to several on line student group mailing lists with his gmail account. After taking a computer intelligence class , he created a computer program that relied on artificial intelligence to improve detection rates while also periodically crawling various student group websites to find more catered events. Woloschyn reviews and approves the content before posting, but admits that on occasion, Food-Bot does make mistakes. He’s compiled an amusing list on the website with examples of some errors that were posted.
As the parent of a college student, I applaud and thank Greg Woloschyn for his contribution to starving college students everywhere, and to their poor parents who are usually the ones “forking out the dough”!

Sunday, January 8, 2012


Amanda Burton born on January 8, 1957

Marian Mudder born on January 8, 1963

Loletta Lee born on January 8, 1965

Pascal Obispo born on January 8, 1965

R. Kelly born on January 8, 1967

Keiko Nakano born on January 8, 1968

Ami Dolenz born on January 8, 1969

Brook Mahealani Lee born on January 8, 1971

Jason Giambi born on January 8, 1971

Pascal Zuberbühler born on January 8, 1971

Giuseppe Favalli born on January 8, 1972

Sean Paul born on January 8, 1973

Xzibit born on January 8, 1974

Tift Merritt born on January 8, 1975

Jenny Lewis born on January 8, 1976

Vadim Evseev born on January 8, 1976

Amber Benson born on January 8, 1977

Francesco Coco born on January 8, 1977

Manuela Arcuri born on January 8, 1977

Ryan Francis born on January 8, 1977

Adrian Mutu born on January 8, 1979

Sarah Polley born on January 8, 1979

Stipe Pletikosa born on January 8, 1979

Alessandro Mancini born on January 8, 1980

Rachel Nichols born on January 8, 1980

Gaby Hoffmann born on January 8, 1982

Susana Garcia born on January 8, 1982

Absolutely Amber born on January 8, 1983

Chris Masters born on January 8, 1983

Ai Tominaga born on January 8, 1984

Jeff Francoeur born on January 8, 1984

Maria Ozawa born on January 8, 1986

Freddie Stroma born on January 8, 1987

Stasse Soulis born on January 8, 1987

Angel Faith born on January 8, 1988