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313 Personality

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Those born on March 13 has a reputation for being dynamic and talented yet  erratic and high-strung. There are times when they-even need to force themselves to slow down in order to gain some much needed sleep.

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

They are people with a considerable number of talents and abilities, and there are times when they lose sight of their goal as they become pulled about into different directions.

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.

 

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

They need to realize that they need to do away with activities and relationships that no longer serve their highest interests. To achieve this, they need to spend some time alone in a quite place to relax, reflect, meditate, contemplate and organize their thoughts.

 

They generally have a large circle of friends but need to 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.

 

Those born on March 13 may have happy memories of their up-bringing, 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.

 

They 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.

 

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.

 

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 their office layout.

In their 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 their 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 they have a very strong attraction to the water and in particular, they are drawn to the sea.  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. They often enjoy deep-sea fishing or sailing.

 

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January 22, 2013 at 3:49 pm

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

311 R Murdoch mocks Obama in his Daily

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Rupert Murdoch’s The Daily had some fun with the White House’s unveiling of President Obama’s long-form birth certificate.

On the heels of Obama’s press conference Wednesday, the News Corp iPad app led with a “front page” featuring Mike Scott’s illustration of Obama as Bruce Springsteen alongside the headline, “I WAS BORN IN THE U.S.A.”

 

The illustration is a take-off on Springsteen’s iconic 1984 album of the same name.

 

311 March 11 DOB Discoverer of Neptune: Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier

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Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier (French pronunciation: [yʁbɛ̃ ʒɑ̃ ʒɔzɛf lə vɛʁje]) (11 March 1811 – 23 September 1877) was a French mathematician who specialized in celestial mechanics and is best known for his part in the discovery of Neptune.

Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier discovered on September 23, 1846 and as it takes 165 years to go around the Sun, it is only recently that it has returned to its discovery position, which was 26 degrees Aquarius. One year after its discovery Neptune entered the sign it was later to have rulership over… Pisces. We have just experienced a Neptune birthday, and on April 4, 2011 this enormous planet will enter Pisces once again. This is going to be quite an event.The discovery of Neptune coincided with worldwide social upheaval, which was mostly peaceful. In 1848 the Communist Manifesto was published, which was a response to the inhuman conditions in expanding cities where new factories were sprouting as a result of steam power and industrialization. This was the period when Charles Dickens wrote his novels of social realism, and social democratic demonstrations shook the capitals of Europe. This was also a time when painters like Renoir, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Cezanne and Monet made their impressionist paintings, expanding the world of fantasy and imagination. On the scientific front Darwin’s theory of evolution completely undermined Christian tradition. The first photographs were taken, ultimately leading to the coming world of the movies. Anesthetics were used for the first time in hospitals. Opium became a socially acceptable drug. The accepted reality of the day was undermined and new spiritual, emotional and political realities took form.

Nepetune is the eighth and farthest planet from the Sun in the Solar System. Named for the Roman god of the sea, it is the fourth-largest planet by diameter and the third largest by mass. Neptune is 17 times the mass of Earth and is slightly more massive than its near-twin Uranus, which is 15 times the mass of Earth but not as dense.[12] On average,
Discovered on September 23, 1846,[1] Neptune was the first planet found by mathematical prediction rather than by empirical observation.

For many astrologers, Neptune (Neptune symbol.svg) is the ruling planet of Pisces. In Roman mythology, Neptune is the god of the sea, and the deep, ocean blue color of the planet Neptune reflects this.[original research?] Its glyph is taken directly from Neptune’s trident, symbolizing the curve of spirit being pierced by the cross of matter. Neptune takes 165 years to orbit the Sun, spending approximately 14 years (13.75) in each sign of the zodiac. Neptune was discovered in 1846.[citation needed]

Astrologically, modern Western astrologers associate the planet Neptune with idealism and compassion, but also with illusion, confusion, and deception. Neptune governs hospitals, prisons, mental institutions, and any other place, such as a monastery, that involves a retreat from society. Its appearance coincided with the discovery of anesthetics and hypnotism. In political terms, Neptune was linked to the rise of nationalist movements throughout Europe in countries like Germany, Italy, Hungary, Ireland, and Serbia, seeking independence for their nations inspired by an idealized past of legend. It was also linked to the rise of socialism and the beginnings of the welfare state. Neptune coincided with the utopian ideals of Communism, when Marx and Engels first published ‘The Communist Manifesto’ in 1848.[citation needed]

The planet Neptune

In art, the impressionist movement began a trend away from literal representation, to one based on the subtle, changing moods of light and color. In medicine, Neptune is seen to be particularly associated with the thalamus, the spinal canal, and severe or mysterious illnesses and neuroses. Neptune is considered by modern astrologers to be co-ruler of the twelfth house with Jupiter.

Nowadays, modern astrologers consider Neptune the ruler of Pisces; traditionally, Jupiter was the one considered as the ruler of Pisces, even though some modern astrologers consider Jupiter a co-ruler of Pisces. Some astrologers do not believe that Neptune rules any particular sign, although they may use the planet in interpretation.

Super Attorneys From Gore v Bush Bdays Exactly 6 Months Apart

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Theodore Bevry Olson (born September 11, 1940) a former United States Solicitor General  who represented now former President George Bush in his Supreme Court Case agaisnt former adversary David Boies (born March 11, 1941)  an American lawyer and chairman of the law firm Boies, Schiller & Flexner who represented Vice President Al Gore.

Joined forces to supporsame-sex marriage. Dismayed that
California voters overrode their state Supreme Court’s guarantee of marriage equality for lesbian and gay couples, Boies and Olson have brought a federal
constitutional lawsuit to invalidate the voters’ action.

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September 5, 2011 at 8:11 pm

March 13, Birthdays

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1950 Charles Krauthamer
1911 L. Ron Hubbard, sci-fi writer/scientologist, Dianetics
1909 Gilbert Inglefield, Mayor of London, 1967-68
1909 Trofim Lysenko, Russian Celebrity
1908 Helen Sinclair Glatz, musician
1908 Walter Annenberg, born in Milwaukee, publisher, Triangle-TV Guide and Ambassador to Great Britain
1907 Albert Hughes Williams, teacher and historian
1907 Dona Maria Pia de Braganca, pretender to the Portuguese throne
1907 Frank Wilcox, born in DeSoto, Missouri, actor, John-Beverly Hillbillies
1904 Henry Iliffe Cozens, pilot
1901 Paul Fix, born in Dobbs Ferry, New York, actor, Rifleman
1899 Pancho Vladigerov, composer
1898 Josie Sedgwick, born in Texas, actress, Son of Oklahoma
1897 Marcel Thiry, Belgian poet, Statue of Fatigue
1897 William Herald, Australia, swimmer, 1920 Olympics
1896 Dorothy Aldis, writer
1892 Alec Rowley, composer
1892 Janet Flanner, journalist, New Yorker
1890 Michael Taube, composer
1888 Paul Morand, French Diplomat
1887 Carlos Isamitt, composer
1886 Henri D Gagnebin, Swiss organist
1884 Emanuel Stickelberger, Swiss writer, Bluthochzeit
1884 Hugh S. Walpole, born in New Zealand, novelist and playwright, Jeremy, Maradick at 40
1884 Oskar Loerke, German writer, Longest Day-1926
1883 Enrico Toselli, composer
1881 Balthazar H. Verhagen, Netherlands/South African dramatist and writer
1872 Oswald Garrison Villard, American journalist
1862 Vasily Mikhaylovich Metallov, composer
1855 Percival “Percy” Lowell, U.S. astronomer, predicted discovery of Pluto
1855 Percival Lowell, American Scientist

311: Antonin Scalia, Largest Civil Rights Class Action

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Today, June 20, 2011, The Supreme Court ruled for Wal-Mart Stores Inc in the largest sex-discrimination lawsuit ever, overturning a decision that gave class-action status for female employees seeking billions of dollars.

The justices overturned a U.S. appeals court ruling that more than a million female employees nationwide could join together in the lawsuit accusing Wal-Mart of paying women less and giving them fewer promotions.

Justice Antonin Scalia who was born on March 11, 1936  said for the court majority that the certification of the class was not consistent with a federal rule, and the back pay claims were also improperly certified.

On March 11 of this year, Antonin Scalia turned 75 and Uranus entered Aries.

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June 20, 2011 at 3:05 pm

A Numerologist Forecast for March 12 Birthdays in 2011

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June 8, 2011 at 6:58 pm

March 12 DOB, Edward Albee Defends ‘Gay Writer’ Remarks

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Edward Albee born March 12, 1928 was recently criticized for an acceptance speech gave at the 23rd annual Lamda Literary Awards.  While accepting the award, Albee told the audience, ” A writer who happens to be gay or lesbian must be able to transcend self. I am not a gay writer.  I am a writer who happens to be gay.”

For more see wbur.org :  http://www.wbur.org/npr/136923478/playwright-edward-albee-defends-remarks

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June 8, 2011 at 6:42 pm

Beware of The Ides of March

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Beware of the Ides of March:

Osama Bin Laden March 10
Rupert Murdoch March 11
Mitt Romney March 12
L. Ron Hubbard March 13
Albert Einstien March 14

Rupert M75

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