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  1. Stephanie Niznik - was an American film, television, and theater actress, most famous for her role as Nina Feeney on the WB drama series Everwood. She also guest starred in numerous other televsions shows including JAG, Grey's Anatomy, NCIS, Star Trek: Enterprise, and Lost.
  2. Jim Bouton - MLB pitcher who played for the New York Yankees, Seattle Pilots, Houston Astros, and Atlanta Braves over his 15 year career. He authored the baseball book "Ball Four" which was a combination diary of his 1969 season and memoir of his years with the Yankees, Pilots, and Astros. He was also one of the creators of Big League Chew bubble gum.
  3. Denise Nickerson - former American child actress best known for her roles as Violet Beauregard in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory and as as Allison in the educational children's TV series The Electric Company.
  4. Ross Perot - American business magnate, billionaire, philanthropist, and former politician. He is the founder and former chief executive officer of Electronic Data Systems and Perot Systems. He ran for president in 1992 and 1996 as an independent candidate.
  5. The DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION SCHEDULE has been released. Monday July 20, 202011:15 AMFree lunch, medical marijuana, and bus ride to the Convention.Forms distributed for Food Stamp enrollment.2:30 PMGroup Voter Registration for Undocumented Immigrants.4:00 PMOpening U.S. flag burning ceremony and salute to the rainbow flagSponsored by CNN4:15 PMAddress on "Being the Real You"Rachel Dolezal, former Head of the Seattle NAACP andCaitlyn Jenner4:30 PM"How to Bank $200 Million as a Public Servant and Claim to be Broke"Bill & Hillary Clinton4:45 PM“How to have a successful career without ever having a job, and still avoid paying taxes!”A Seminar Moderated by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson5:00 PMMedals of Freedom presentation to Army deserter Bo BerghdalBaltimore Looters 5:15 "How to respond to Amazon's job creation plan" A lecture hosted by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez5:30 PMInvitation-only Autograph SessionSouvenir photographs of Elizabeth Warren dressed in Native American clothing5:45 PM "How to give a neck massage" (women only)A free demonstration by former Vice President Joe Biden 6:00 PMGeneral vote on praising Baltimore rioters, and on using the terminology "Alternative Shoppers" instead of "Looters"7:30 PM"How to claim voter suppression when you lose an election" A seminar hosted by Stacy Abrams 8:30 PMThe White House "Semantics Committee" MeetingGeneral vote on re-branding "Muslim Terrorism" as "Random Acts of Islamic Over-Exuberance"9:00 PM“Liberal Bias in Media – How we can make it work for you”Tutorial sponsored by CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, the Washington Post and the New York Times with Guest Speaker, Don Lemon9:15 PMTribute Film to the Brave Freedom Fighters still incarcerated at GITMOby Michael Moore9:45 PMPersonal Finance Seminar - "Businesses Don't Create Jobs"Hosted by former President Barack Obama10:00 PMGroup Condemnation of Gun Owners, White Men, and Christians 10:30 PMCeremonial “We Surrender” Waving of the White Flag 11:00 PMShort film, "Setting Up Your Own Illegal Email Server While Serving in A Cabinet Post and How to Pretend It's No Big Deal"Hosted by Hillary Clinton11:30 PMOfficial Nomination of Kamala HarrisBill Maher and Chris MatthewsThis schedule is subject to additions and deletions as warranted. Please refer to updates.
  6. Artie Johnson - American comic actor who was a regular on television's Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. His best-remembered characters on the sketch show were a German soldier with the catchphrase "Verrrry interesting...", and an old man who habitually propositioned Ruth Buzzi's spinster character.
  7. Biden should have skipped this debate. He came in as the clear front runner with nothing to gain and a lot to lose. And just as expected last night he gained nothing and lost a lot. I'm not even sure you can call Harris the winner because many people seem to be turned off by her Trump-like attack on Biden, and her story about being bused as a child is being called into question because schools in California were fully integrated years before she was born.
  8. But this doesn't change the fact the Cubs can't hit with RISP.
  9. Some analysts are saying they didn't expect Langeliers to go that high in the draft, but it appears to be a great pick by the Braves because they drafted a need at catcher and they drafted a player they should be able to sign. If they can't sign him, then they will lose that compensation pick entirely.
  10. Bill Buckner - former MLB infielder who played for 22 season most notably for the Dodgers, Cubs, and Red Sox. Buckner made an error fielding a ground ball in the tenth inning when playing for the Boston Red Sox that ended Game 6 of the 1986 World Series against the New York Mets, a play that has since become prominently entrenched in American baseball lore
  11. Austin Eubanks - A Colorado man who survived the 1999 Columbine school shooting (he was shot in the knee while hiding under a table in the library) and later became an advocate for fighting addiction and depression.
  12. Yes, he was called up and Biddle was DFA'd. I'm still surprised that Blevins was let go since he seemed to be a better LOGGY than Venters.
  13. If Riley keeps hitting like he did in the minors then it would be difficult to take him out of the lineup (much less send him back to the minors) once Inciarte comes off the DL. I don't think Inciarte has enough service time to reject a demotion to the minors, so it's possible that Inciarte could join Duvall at Gwinnett.
  14. Peggy Lipton - American actress and model best best known as flower child Julie Barnes in the ABC counterculture television series The Mod Squad for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1970. She was previously married to producer Quincy Jones and was the mother of actress Rashida Jones.