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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When we were that way we did Mr Rushmore first and then the Badlands as it was getting dark. Big mistake. Make sure you have time to really check out the Badlands, the place is amazing. Mr Rushmore is cool too, but it looks bigger on tv.