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"A year of positive gains from sustained effort and perseverance. You are likely to be more verbose than usual, so use the time to tell people what you think and how you feel."
Thanks, Kathy, for alerting me to Cheryl's birth year (1955). I don't think she'd be too happy with me adding an extra year! This makes Cheryl a horse
Thank goodness for open spaces, because the Horse needs plenty of room to roam! Energetic, good with money and very fond of travel, Horses are the nomads of the Chinese Zodiac, roaming from one place or project to the next. Love connections tend to come easily to Horses, since they exude the kind of raw sex appeal that is a magnet to others. This Sign tends to come on very strong in the beginning of the relationship, having an almost innate sense of romance and seduction. Horses are seducers in general. This Sign possesses a sharp wit and a scintillating presence; it really knows how to work a crowd. An impatient streak can lead Horses to be less than sensitive to others' needs. These colts would rather take a situation firmly in hand as opposed to waiting for others to weigh in or come to terms with it. The lone wolf inside the Horse can at times push others away, but this also makes this Sign stronger and is a key to its success. Horses are self-reliant and, though they might lose interest fast in a tedious, nine-to-five day job, are willing to do the work necessary to get ahead.
Cheryl shares her birthday with: Joan of Arc, Sherlock Holmes, Danny Thomas, Loretta Young, Maury Povich, Kenny Loggins, Erin Gray, Trudie Styler (Sting's wife), Donna Rice, Nicholas Cage, Katie Couric, Paul Revere.
And other, less important things, that happened on this day:
- 0754 Pope Stefanus II arrives in Ponthion
- 1714 Typewriter patented by Englishman Henry Mill (built years later)
- 1782 1st US commercial bank, Bank of North America, opens in Philadelphia
- 1789 1st national (Presidential) election in US
- 1888 Start of Sherlock Holmes adventure "The Valley of Fear" (BG)
- 1890 W B Purvis patents fountain pen
- 1894 Motion picture experiment of comedian Fred Ott filmed sneezing
- 1896 Fanny Farmer publishes her 1st cookbook
- 1927 Commercial transatlantic telephone service inaugurated between New York & London
- 1927 Harlem Globetrotters play 1st game (Hinckley IL)
- 1929 "Tarzan", one of the 1st adventure comic strips, 1st appears
- 1955 Cheryl Hutcherson was born!
- 1961 1st NFL Playoff Bowl (runner-up bowl)-Detroit beats Cleveland 17-16
- 1967 "Newlywed Game" premieres on ABC TV
- 1971 -40ºF (-40ºC), Hawley Lake AZ (state record)
- 1977 Human Rights Charter '77 established in Prague
- 1982 "Fame" premieres on NBC TV
- 1990 Tower Of Pisa closed to the public after leaning too far
- 1992 AT&T releases video-telephone ($1499)
- 1994 US female Figure Skating championship won by Tonya Harding (hahaha)