Because I like Frosty too (granted, he's a Lakers fan, but nobody's perfect), I thought I'd join in, honoring him on his special day with a little “This Day in History”:
On this day in:
1535-- King Henry VIII is deposed and excommunicated by Pope Paul II. 1887-- Thomas A. Edison patented the kinetoscope, which produced moving pictures. 1935-- President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an act preventing export of U.S. arms to belligerents. 1950-- Don Eagle defeats Gorgeous George to win the Boston version of the AWA World Heavyweight Title for a second time. Eagle was the last person to hold this title before it was replaced with the AWA Eastern Heavyweight Title. 1984-- Pinklin Thomas defeated Tim Weatherspoon to win the WBC [World Boxing Council] World Heavyweight Title. 1997-- Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Kouji Nakagawa defeat The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Ooya and Mr. Gannosuke to win the FMW World Street-Fight Six-Man Tag Team Title.
Happy birthday, Frosty!
[Credit duly belongs to Scopesys.com and Wrestling-Titles.com]
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Dang. That wouldn't be a fun way to go at all. Bears are scary, scary animals if one ever got mad--in terms of strength and killing ability a bear is actually much more dangerous than any of the predatory wild cats out there.