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The message board is one year old today. I am sure we all send it many happy returns to "Live Forever"!
 
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Happy birthday!
 
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Happy birthday, Alfred Hitchcock!

One hundred nine years old today.

Good old Hitch.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Ringo turns SEVENTY today.


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Ringo who? Wink

There aren't many folks who can be uniquely identified by just one name.

Random Ray Bradbury connection: I saw Ringo's signature on the wall backstage at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan.


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Ringo who? Wink

There aren't many folks who can be uniquely identified by just one name.

Random Ray Bradbury connection: I saw Ringo's signature on the wall backstage at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan.

In Weller's new book you'll be able to read about Ray's Ringo story.


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Does Ringo meeting Ray have anything to do with his signature in Waukegan? Happy birthday to the only Beatle to meet Ray Bradbury!!!
 
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Does Ringo meeting Ray have anything to do with his signature in Waukegan?...


No!

Ringo met Ray backstage at a gig in LA. I gather this was sometime in the 70s or 80s.

The signature in Waukegan is from a Ringo gig at the Genesee theatre, from the 90s or 2000s.


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Does Ringo meeting Ray have anything to do with his signature in Waukegan?...


No!

Ringo met Ray backstage at a gig in LA. I gather this was sometime in the 70s or 80s.

The signature in Waukegan is from a Ringo gig at the Genesee theatre, from the 90s or 2000s.

Phil: Now they don't have to buy the book. Smiler


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...Now they don't have to buy the book. Smiler


They didn't have to buy the book anyway, as Ray's Ringo encounter has been recounted before on this very board!


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...Now they don't have to buy the book. Smiler


They didn't have to buy the book anyway, as Ray's Ringo encounter has been recounted before on this very board!

Spoil sport...


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Happy Birthday to two TZ writers who share July 10th: George Clayton Johnson and Earl Hamner, Jr.


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Happy Birthday Bugs

http://www.latimes.com/news/na...ul27,0,2959774.story


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Clifford D. Simak: Born 3 August, 1904


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Clifford D. Simak: Born 3 August, 1904


...but, for clarification: died 25 April 1988. (Posted in case anyone is tempted to send him a card.)


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