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313: Notables

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Emile Hirsch, American Actor


Danny Masterson, American Actor


Andre Batista Santos “Vampeta”, Brazilian soccer player, PSV


Thomas Enqvist, born in Stockholm Sweden, tennis star, 1991 Wimbledon jr boys


Dan Wilkinson, NFL defensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals


Trent Dilfer, NFL quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Tracy Wells, actress, Heather-Mr Belvedere


Christopher Collett, born in New York City, actor, Manhattan Project


Will Clark, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, infielder for the Texas Rangers


Adam Clayton, born in Oxfordshire, rock bassist, U2-I Will Follow


Rick Lazio, born in Amityville, New York, Representative-R-New York 1993 – 2001


John Hoeven, born in Bismarck, North Dakota, politician, Republican, 34th Governor of North Dakota, longest-serving Governor in the U.S.


Dana Delany, born in New York City, actress, Colleen McMurphy-China Beach, Exit to Eden


Robin Duke, born in Toronto, Canada, comedienne, SNL, SCTV, Club Paradise


Fred Berry, born in St. Louis, Missouri, actor, Rerun-What’s Happening


Robert S. Woods, born in California, actor, Bo-One Life to Live, Waltons


Steve Hill, country vocalist, A Winning Hand


William H. Macy, born in Miami, Florida, actor, Homicide, Water Engine


Charles Krauthammer, American Journalist


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January 11, 2013 at 11:51 pm

313 Astrology

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To call a March 13 Pisces dynamic would he a serious under statement, as they literally never stop. There are times when they-even need to force themselves to slow down in order to gain some much needed sleep.

Formation, structure, purposefulness, and dedication are the particular key words that characterize this birth date of March 13.

You are a person with a considerable number of talents and abilities, and there are times when you tend to lose sight of your goal as you become pulled about into various directions at the same time.

It is important therefore that you gain a distinctive sense of self-discipline in order that you can concentrate your energies when and where they are needed.

You have to realize as to when to do away with those activities and relationships that no longer serve your highest interests. To achieve this you will require spending some time alone in a quite place in order to relax, contemplate and organize your thoughts.

The fixed star Markab may be located on some March 13 birthday, and this star positioned in the constellation of Pegasu, was thought to bring not only honors but also, a potential of danger from fire.

The March 13 does have a fiery nature however it does not so to the extent of being dangerous. The March 13 fire manifests itself in the form of inspirational, far-reaching and at times perhaps some revolutionary ideas.

You can easily envisage life existing on other planets and will probably find science fiction readings of considerable interest.

On a more solid plane the March 13 Pisces should pay more attention to what is required to maintain life on earth and what is essential for the imagination. 

There are many folk who hold the belief that they have a particular number that is lucky for them. In your case the number 12 is undoubtedly a significant number in the occult terms and, you could perhaps attract good fortune by using patterns that involve groups of twelve in your office layout.

In your home, you can utilize the number 12 in the form of a candleholder candelabra or, four candle stands each with three candleholders to position around the four corners of your main room.

March 13 should take long comfortable soaks in the tub. Try, some seashell-shaped soaps and, some bath salts with lavender will provide an evocative scent for you. A nice touch to your bathroom would be some African violets.

In your bedroom look to a color décor that will relax you and encourage you to drift off – for the values of this day of March 13 an ideal color scheme would be pale blue mixed with pale green and cream.

As a March 13 you have a very strong attraction to the water and in particular, you are drawn to the sea.

If it is at all possible that you can live near the sea and can do so close by to a dramatic ocean with rocky beaches, then it is unlikely that you will ever want to move away. Think about trying your hand at deep-sea fishing.

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August 31, 2012 at 1:14 am

313 Profile

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alented yet erratic, a Pisces born on March 13 has a reputation for being high-strung. Although generous, they may have trouble accommodating the views and needs of others. They have their way of doing things and refuse to be roped into the conventional approach. They are intelligent individuals who seldom question their own judgment.

Though they generally have a large circle

of friends, March 13 people respect the emotional boundaries of others and demand that their friends give them the same. They even manage to keep some emotional distance from a lover or mate.

While people born on this date may have happy memories of their upbringing, they are unlikely to subscribe to a religious code they were taught. They understand the need to provide knowledge to their youngsters but always stress that parents aren’t perfect.

March 13 people have little interest in conventional exercise, preferring to lead an active lifestyle. These people love to take long walks, and they enjoy sports. March 13 people may embrace a fad diet or two during their lifetime but generally prefer to eat what they like.

It takes a lot to keep March 13 people involved and interested. They need to be emotionally engaged in their work. They have a sense of adventure and are not afraid to strike out in a different direction. Although their financial situation is often in flux, they always seem able to ride out the lean times.

March 13 men and women are not as committed to achieving goals as they are to achieving goals their own way. They have a strong sense of self and will not allow themselves to be managed. They never concern themselves with the reasons they cannot succeed at a goal, only why they can.

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August 31, 2012 at 1:11 am

313: OHA and Harenewscorp Discuss Jamie Dimon’s Chart

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Dimon is a Pisces sun with moon in Aries and Mars in Capricorn. Pisces is a mutable water sign so Dimon works more from intuition than his two competitors. He can sense things before they happen and understands how the average person will feel about a change. Dimon is more emotionally tuned in to the surroundings. That may be nice in a husband, but in a CEO? Venus in Taurus suggests his interest in banking involves deeper values of what wealth represents.


guess the inference is: that it helps to have a lot of cardinal signs in your chart if you want to lead a major bank. Out of the three bankers you profiled, Moynihan is the only attorney. Maybe having two planets in Libra explains why he took the JD route rather than MBA path. I have to disagree with you on the ultimate uber-banker. My money is on Dimon. With a Sun in Pisces and a moon in Aries that enalbles him to think both long and short term. Even though Capricorns are more prudent and cautious by nature, Capricorns spend way too much time dwelling on the past.


You’re probably right on Jamie Dimon. For a banker, he’s charismatic. Plus his last name “Dimon” sounds a lot like “diamond.” What a winning name! Too bad we can’t all be born with auspicious names.

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June 5, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Uranus discovered March 13

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Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. It has the third-largest planetary radius and fourth-largest planetary mass in the Solar System. It is named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus (Ancient Greek: Οὐρανός), the father of Cronus (Saturn) and grandfather of Zeus (Jupiter). Though it is visible to the naked eye like the five classical planets, it was never recognized as a planet by ancient observers because of its dimness and slow orbit.[16] Sir William Herschel announced its discovery on March 13, 1781, expanding the known boundaries of the Solar System for the first time in modern history. Uranus was also the first planet discovered with a telescope.

In 1783 he gave Caroline a telescope, and she began to make astronomical discoveries in her own right, particularly comets. She discovered eight comets, eleven nebulae and, at her brother’s suggestion, updated and corrected Flamsteed’s work detailing the position of stars. This was published as the British Catalogue of Stars. She was honoured by the Royal Astronomical Society for this work. Caroline also continued to serve as his assistant, often taking notes while he observed at the telescope.

In June 1785, owing to damp conditions, he and Caroline moved to Clay Hall in Old Windsor. In 1786, the Herschels moved to a new residence on Windsor Road in Slough. He lived the rest of his life in this residence, which came to be known as Observatory House. It is no longer standing.

Caroline Lucretia Herschel (16 March 1750 – 9 January 1848) was a German-British astronomer and the sister of astronomer Sir William Herschel with whom she worked throughout both of their careers. Her most significant contribution to astronomy was the discovery of several comets and in particular the periodic comet 35P/Herschel-Rigollet, which bears her name. At the age of ten, Caroline was struck with typhus, which stunted her growth and she never grew past four foot three. Due to this deformation, her family assumed that she would never marry and that it was best for her to remain a house servant. Instead she became a significant astronomer in collaboration with William.[1]

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February 25, 2012 at 12:13 am

DOD: 313 Greatest American Litigator: Clarence Darrow

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Clarence Seward Darrow (April 18, 1857 – March 13, 1938)  considered to be one of the greatest American litigators , best known for defending teenage thrill killers Leopold and Loeb in their trial for murdering 14-year-old Robert “Bobby” Franks (1924) and defending John T. Scopes in the Scopes “Monkey” Trial (1925), in which he opposed William Jennings Bryan (statesman, noted orator, and 3-time presidential candidate). Called a “sophisticated country lawyer“,[2] he remains notable for his wit and agnosticism, which marked him as one of the most famous American lawyers and civil libertarians.

     Clarence Darrow was born in rural northeastern Ohio on April 18, 1857.[4] He was the son of Amirus Darrow and Emily (Eddy) Darrow. Both the Darrow and the Eddy farms had deep roots in colonial New England, and several of Darrow’s ancestors served in the American Revolution. Clarence’s father was an ardent abolitionist and a proud iconoclast and religious freethinker, known in town as the “village infidel.” Emily Darrow was an early supporter of female suffrage and a women’s rights advocate. Clarence attended Allegheny College and the University of Michigan Law School but did not graduate from either institution. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1878. The Clarence Darrow Octagon House, which was his childhood home in the small town of Kinsman, Ohio, contains a memorial to him.

In 1925, Darrow defended John T. Scopes in the State of Tennessee v. Scopes trial. It has often been called the “Scopes Monkey Trial,” a title popularized by author and journalist H.L. Mencken. This pitted Darrow against William Jennings Bryan in an American court case that tested the Butler Act, which had been passed on March 21, 1925. The act forbade the teaching in any state-funded educational establishment in Tennessee of “any theory that denies the story of the Divine Creation of man as taught in the Bible, and to teach instead that man has descended from a lower order of animals.” The law made it illegal for public school teachers in Tennessee to teach that man evolved from lower organisms, but the law was sometimes interpreted as meaning that the law forbade the teaching of any aspect of the theory of evolution. The law did not prohibit the teaching of evolution of any other species of plant or animal.

During the trial, Darrow requested that Bryan be called to the stand as an expert witness on the Bible. Over the other prosecutor’s objection, Bryan agreed. Popular media at the time portrayed the following exchange as the deciding factor that turned public opinion against Bryan in the trial:

Darrow: “You have given considerable study to the Bible, haven’t you, Mr. Bryan?”
Bryan: “Yes, sir; I have tried to…. But, of course, I have studied it more as I have become older than when I was a boy.”
Darrow: “Do you claim then that everything in the Bible should be literally interpreted?”
Bryan: “I believe that everything in the Bible should be accepted as it is given there; some of the Bible is given illustratively. For instance: ‘Ye are the salt of the earth.’ I would not insist that man was actually salt, or that he had flesh of salt, but it is used in the sense of salt as saving God’s people.”

After about two hours, Judge John T. Raulston cut the questioning short and on the following morning ordered that the whole session (which in any case the jury had not witnessed) be expunged from the record, ruling that the testimony had no bearing on whether Scopes was guilty of teaching evolution. Scopes was found guilty and ordered to pay the minimum fine of $100.

A year later, the Tennessee Supreme Court reversed the decision of the Dayton court on a technicality—not on constitutional grounds, as Darrow had hoped. According to the court, the fine should have been set by the jury, not Raulston. Rather than send the case back for further action, however, the Tennessee Supreme Court dismissed the case. The court commented, “Nothing is to be gained by prolonging the life of this bizarre case.”

This event led to a change in public sentiment, and an increased discourse on the subject of faith versus science that still exists in America. It also became popularized in a play based loosely on the trial, Inherit the Wind, which later became a film.

In January 1931 Darrow had a debate with English writer G. K. Chesterton during the latter’s second trip to America. This was held at New York City’s Mecca Temple. The topic was “Will the World Return to Religion?”. At the end of the debate those in the hall were asked to vote for the man they thought had won the debate. Darrow received 1,022 votes while Chesterton received 2,359 votes. There is no known transcript of what was said except for third party accounts published later on. The earliest of these was that of February 4, 1931, issue of The Nation with an article written by Henry Hazlitt.

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February 14, 2012 at 9:28 pm

March 13 Events

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Soyuz T-15 carries 2 cosmonauts to Soviet space station Mir


Funeral services held for Konstantin Chernenko (Moscow)
1983 “Woman of the Year” closes at Palace Theater New York City after 770 performances


Ford Motor Company found innocent in death of 3 women in a fiery Pinto




European Monetary System is established, ECU created


Gairy dictatorship in Grenada overthrown by New Jewel Movement


Moluccans “suicide commandos” occupies Province house


Bernard Slade’s “Same Time, Next Year,” premieres in New York City


Charles de Gaulle Airport opens near Paris




Syria adopts constitution






Live at Fillmore East recorded




Digital Equipment Corp introduces PDP-11 minicomputer




Apollo 9 returns to Earth


Beatles release “Lady Madonna” in the UK


Congo sentences ex-premier Moise Tsjombe to death


Beatles’ “Eight Days a Week,” single goes #1 and stays #1 for 2 weeks


Jeff Beck replaces Eric Clapton of the Yardbirds


Turkey threatens Cyprus with armed attack


2 Russian reconnaissance flights over Alaska


Hindemith and Wilder’s opera “Long Christmas Dinner,” premieres in New York City


Indonesia and Netherlands recover diplomatic relations


Yugoslavia grants 1,000 prisoners amnesty


Elizabeth Gurley Finn (70) becomes President of U.S. Communist Party


Floyd Patterson KOs Ingemar Johansson in 6 for heavywgt boxing title


John F. Kennedy sets up the Alliance for Progress


Landslide in U.S.S.R., kills 145


Old type, black and white notes cease to be legal tender


Pablo Picasso (79) marries his model Jacqueline Rocque (37)


White Sox unveil new road uniforms with players’ names above number


Government troops land in Sumatra Indonesia


Bloody battles after anti-Batista demonstration in Havana Cuba


Bir BSD Mahendra succeeds Tribhubana as king of Nepal


Patty Berg wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship


Braves’ Bobby Thomson breaks his ankle, he is replaced by Hank Aaron


Viet Minh General Giap opens assault on That Bien Phu


2nd Dutch government of Drees forms


Israel demands DM 6.2 billion compensation from Germany


General Motors reports net earnings of $656,434,232 (record)


U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Yvonne C Sherman


U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Richard Button


10th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Baylor 58-42


“Brigadoon” opens at Ziegfeld Theater New York City for 581 performances


19th Academy Awards – “Best Years of Lives,” De Havilland, March win


Queen Wilhelmina returns to Netherlands


Sicherheitsdienst arrest Dutch resistance fighter Henry Werkman


U.S.S.R. recognizes Italian Badoglio government


Baseball approves official ball (with cork and balata)


Failed assassin attempt on Hitler during Smolensk-Rastenburg flight


Frank Dixon wins Knights of Columbus mile (4:09.6)


Julia Flikke, Nurse Corps, becomes 1st woman colonel in U.S. army


A Bougne forms AGRA (Amis du Grand Reich Allemand)


Finland-Russian cease fire signed, Finland gives up Karelische


Austria annexed by Nazi Germany


Driving tests introduced in Great Britain


Josef Gobbels becomes German minister of Information and Propaganda


Clyde Tombaugh announces discovery of Pluto at Lowell Observatory


Bradman scores 123 Australia vs. England at MCG, his 2nd Test Cricket ton


450 die in St. Francisquito Valley Dam burst (Calif)


Rudolph Friml’s musical “Three Musketeers,” premieres in New York City


NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Arenas in 2 games


Tennessee makes it unlawful to teach evolution


German Republic day


Lee de Forest demonstrates his sound-on-film moving pictures (New York City)


George Bernard Shaws “Back to Methusaleh V,” premieres in New York City


WRR-AM in Dallas Texas begins radio transmissions


Mongolia (formerly Outer Mongolia) declares independence from China


Wolfgang Kapp’s coup attempt in Berlin fails


American Red Magen David (Jewish Red Cross) forms


Dodgers manager Wilbert Robinson tries to catch a baseball dropped from an airplane, but the pilot substituted a grapefruit


Kansas legislature approved censorship of motion pictures


Ivan Caryll’s musical “Pink Lady,” premieres in New York City


Bronze statue of Christ on Argentine-Chilian border dedicated


British troops occupy Bloemfontein, Orange-Free state




Great Blizzard of 1888 rages
1884 U.S. adopts Standard Time




Arkansas legislature passes anti-Klan law


Senate begins President Andrew Johnson impeachment trial


U.S. Confederate Congress calls on black slaves for field service


Jefferson Davis signs bill authorizing use of slaves as soldier



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August 21, 2011 at 4:04 pm