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Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36
From: Raja
Subject: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
is....

She was born and dead on the same day.

Born
August 29, 1915
Died
August 29, 1982 (aged 67)

Now how many can claim that?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman





 
Date: 18 Feb 2009 13:29:50
From: Caffe Mocha
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 8:20=A0pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman

There's no such thing as "most unique," dumbass. Try English 101.


 
Date: 14 Feb 2009 16:30:30
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 14, 6:00=A0pm, "JJ \(UK\)" <spammers.r.tw...@nobs.nobs > wrote:
> "Most unique"? You can't have 'most' unique. Something is either unique o=
r
> it's not.
>
> JJ (UK)

Of all the unique thing things about her, this is the most exclusively
unique...



 
Date: 15 Feb 2009 00:00:59
From: JJ \(UK\)
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
"Most unique"? You can't have 'most' unique. Something is either unique or
it's not.

JJ (UK)


 
Date: 14 Feb 2009 22:00:25
From: =?UTF-8?B?RMKuQnVra2FrZeKZgg==?=
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Raja wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?

1 in 365,25 people.


 
Date: 13 Feb 2009 19:09:49
From: amy
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 11:43=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 20:24:45 -0800 (PST), amy <amy.lynn1...@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> >On Feb 12, 5:33=A0am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> >> On Feb 12, 5:27=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>
> >> > <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote=
:
>
> >> > >>On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> >> > >>> Raja wrote:
> >> > >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of al=
l time
> >> > >>> > is....
>
> >> > >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >> > >>> Pity you weren't.
>
> >> > >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> >> > >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
> >> > come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.
>
> >> She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
> >> They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.- Hide quoted text -
>
> >> - Show quoted text -
>
> >SUPERDAVE AND RAJA ARE THE SAME PERSON I JUST FOUND OUT
>
> you are actually dumber than i expected.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

zepfloyes, superdave, raja PICK ONE!


 
Date: 13 Feb 2009 10:18:35
From: amy
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 13, 10:42=A0am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 12, 11:43=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 20:24:45 -0800 (PST), amy <amy.lynn1...@yahoo.com>
> > wrote:
>
> > >On Feb 12, 5:33=A0am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > >> On Feb 12, 5:27=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote=
:
>
> > >> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>
> > >> > <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wro=
te:
>
> > >> > >>On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> > >> > >>> Raja wrote:
> > >> > >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of =
all time
> > >> > >>> > is....
>
> > >> > >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > >> > >>> Pity you weren't.
>
> > >> > >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> > >> > >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
> > >> > come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.
>
> > >> She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
> > >> They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > >> - Show quoted text -
>
> > >SUPERDAVE AND RAJA ARE THE SAME PERSON I JUST FOUND OUT
>
> > you are actually dumber than i expected.- Hide quoted text -
>
> Actually s(he) is annoying as hell as well.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

how many names do you use raja?


 
Date: 13 Feb 2009 08:42:42
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 11:43=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 20:24:45 -0800 (PST), amy <amy.lynn1...@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> >On Feb 12, 5:33=A0am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> >> On Feb 12, 5:27=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>
> >> > <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote=
:
>
> >> > >>On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> >> > >>> Raja wrote:
> >> > >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of al=
l time
> >> > >>> > is....
>
> >> > >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >> > >>> Pity you weren't.
>
> >> > >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> >> > >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
> >> > come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.
>
> >> She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
> >> They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.- Hide quoted text -
>
> >> - Show quoted text -
>
> >SUPERDAVE AND RAJA ARE THE SAME PERSON I JUST FOUND OUT
>
> you are actually dumber than i expected.- Hide quoted text -

Actually s(he) is annoying as hell as well.


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 20:24:45
From: amy
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:33=A0am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 12, 5:27=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>
> > <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
> > >>On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> > >>> Raja wrote:
> > >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all t=
ime
> > >>> > is....
>
> > >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > >>> Pity you weren't.
>
> > >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> > >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
> > come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.
>
> She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
> They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

SUPERDAVE AND RAJA ARE THE SAME PERSON I JUST FOUND OUT


  
Date: 13 Feb 2009 05:43:04
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 20:24:45 -0800 (PST), amy <amy.lynn1986@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>On Feb 12, 5:33am, zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>> On Feb 12, 5:27am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>>
>> > <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>>
>> > >>On Feb 12, 2:32am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>> > >>> Raja wrote:
>> > >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> > >>> > is....
>>
>> > >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> > >>> Pity you weren't.
>>
>> > >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>>
>> > >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>>
>> > come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.
>>
>> She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
>> They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
>
>SUPERDAVE AND RAJA ARE THE SAME PERSON I JUST FOUND OUT

you are actually dumber than i expected.


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:53:50
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 1:58=A0am, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Feb 11, 7:53=A0pm, "Joubert" <theawesomo8...@yahoo.com> wrote:> So you=
claim she is GOAT at having matched birthday and death - day ?
>
> Yes she is GOAT actress. No doubt. And Shakespeare is GOAT writer.
>
> Here is a list of GOATs who died on their birthday...
>
> http://wikibin.org/articles/list-of-people-who-died-on-their-birthday...
>
> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday. Notable people
> who did so include:
> *Juan Ponce de Leon , 63, Spanish Conquistador
> *Evaristo Abaco, 67, Italian composer
> *Howard Adams, 80, Metis academic and activist
> *John Allegro, 65, British philologist
> *Michael Aris, 53, husband of Aung San Suu Kyi
> *Bunny Austin, 94, British tennis player
> *Johann Ambrosius Bach, 50, German musician and father of Johann
> Sebastian Bach
> *Olga Bancic, 32, Romanian communist activist and member of the French
> Resistance
> *John Banner, 63, Austrian actor (best known as "Sergeant Schultz" in
> Hogan's Heroes)
> *Sam Bass, 27, U.S. outlaw
> *Sidney Bechet, 62, U.S. jazz musician
> *Ingrid Bergman, 67, Swedish actress
> *Corrie ten Boom, 91, Dutch writer
> *Billy Boucher, 59, ice hockey player
> *Giuseppina Bozzachi, 17, Italian ballerina who created Delibes'
> "Coppelia"
> *Marcel Broodthaers, 52, Belgian artist
> *Harriet Brooks, 57, Canadian nuclear physicist
> *Sir Thomas Browne, 77, English author
> *Sol Carter, 98, Major League Baseball player
> *Constantine Cavafy, 70, Greek poet
> *Andrew D. Chumbley, 37, Occultist and writer
> *Tex Coulter, 83, United States football player
> *Sergiu Cunescu, 82, Romanian politician
> *Franco Dalla Valle, 62, Italian bishop
> *Walter Diemer, 93, American inventor of bubble gum
> *Sir Kenelm Digby, 62, Ben Jonson's literary executor
> *Etienne Dolet, 37, French scholar
> *Mike Douglas, 81, American talk show host and entertainer
> *Allen Drury, 80, American novelist
> *Elizabeth of York, 37, consort of Henry VII of England
> *Florbela Espanca, 36, Portuguese poet
> *Mar=EDa F=E9lix, 88, Mexican Actress
> *Betty Friedan, 85, feminist leader and author
> *Bucky Harris, 81, U.S. baseball player
> *John Harrison, 83, developed and built the world's first successful
> maritime clock
> *Gabby Hartnett, 72, U.S. baseball player
> *Walter Haworth, 67, British Nobel Prize-winning chemist
> *Henry I, King of Portugal, 68
> *Johannes Hevelius, 76, astronomer
> *Josu=E9 J=E9houda, 74, Zionist writer
> *St John of God, 55, Spanish saint
> *Hugo Junkers, 76, German engineer
> *Kamehameha V, King of Hawaii, 42
> *Matti Kekki, 65, Finnish politician
> *George "Machine Gun" Kelly, 59, U.S. gangster
> *Otto Kruger, 89, American actor
> *Lawrence of Brindisi, 60, Italian friar
> *Johnny Longden, 96, British-born U.S. jockey
> *Bob Moose, 29, U.S. baseball player, pitcher for the Pittsburgh
> Pirates
> *J. P. Morgan, Jr., 76, banker
> *Levi Morton, 96, Vice President of the United States
> *Filinto M=FCller, 73, Brazilian politician
> *Lawrence Oates, 32, British polar explorer on the Scott expedition
> *Edna May Oliver, 59, U.S. actress
> *Yasujiro Ozu, 60, Japanese film director
> *Bert Patenaude, 65, soccer player, scored the first ever World Cup
> hat-trick
> *Flor Peeters, 83, Belgian organist
> *Jean Piccard, 79, Swiss-American scientist and balloonist
> *Pompey the Great, 58, Roman general
> *Michael Praetorius, 50, German composer
> *Raphael, 37, Italian painter
> *Friedrich August Rosen, 32, German orientalist
> *Lloyd Richards, 87, theatre director
> *Frieda von Richthofen, 77, wife of D. H. Lawrence
> *Swede Risberg, 81, U.S. baseball player
> *Jilly Rizzo, 75, member of the Rat Pack
> *Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., 74, son of U.S. President Franklin D.
> Roosevelt, congressman
> *Bidhan Chandra Roy, 80, Chief Minister of West Bengal
> *Johannes Sch=F6ner, 70, German mathematician and astronomer
> *Diane Shalet, 72, actress
> *Joe Tinker, 68, U.S. baseball player
> *Nathaniel Parker Willis, 61, American author
> *Humbert Wolfe, 55, British poet
> *Ashikaga Yoshinori, 47, Japanese shogun
> *Ahmad Zahir, 33, Afghan singer

GOATs?

I think I've heard of about four of these people ...



 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:33:25
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:27=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
>
>
>
> <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
> >>On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> >>> Raja wrote:
> >>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all tim=
e
> >>> > is....
>
> >>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >>> Pity you weren't.
>
> >>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> >He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
> come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.

She is a freelance slut. She doesn't people in taking, just giving.
They don't call her cum dumpster for nothing.



 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:32:42
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:24=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> >On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> >> Raja wrote:
> >> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> >> > is....
>
> >> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >> Pity you weren't.
>
> >Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
> He does it for free because he enjoys it.

So he is a freelance asshole?



  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 12:09:18
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:32:42 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:

>On Feb 12, 5:24am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>> >On Feb 12, 2:32am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>> >> Raja wrote:
>> >> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> >> > is....
>>
>> >> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> >> Pity you weren't.
>>
>> >Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>>
>> He does it for free because he enjoys it.
>
>So he is a freelance asshole?


exactly !@!!!!!!!

ha ha ha

lovin it.


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:17:24
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 12:50=A0am, Calimero <calimero...@gmx.de > wrote:
> On Feb 12, 2:20=A0am, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> > is....
>
> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > Born
> > August 29, 1915
> > Died
> > August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> > Now how many can claim that?
>
> No one.
> Because those who achieved that are dead.
>
> Otherwise, every one out of 365 persons.
>
> Max

Okay. Ingrid Bergman's ghost just called me and made the claim. I cant
deny that to her. After a minute, I got the same call from Hitler and
he made the same claim. I asked him to fuck off.

Get the point?


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 14:02:07
From: Mike Smith
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 12, 12:50 am, Calimero <calimero...@gmx.de> wrote:
>> On Feb 12, 2:20 am, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>>> is....
>>> She was born and dead on the same day.
>>> Born
>>> August 29, 1915
>>> Died
>>> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>> Now how many can claim that?
>> No one.
>> Because those who achieved that are dead.
>>
>> Otherwise, every one out of 365 persons.
>>
>> Max
>
> Okay. Ingrid Bergman's ghost just called me and made the claim. I cant
> deny that to her. After a minute, I got the same call from Hitler and
> he made the same claim. I asked him to fuck off.
>
> Get the point?

Yeah. All your friends are dead, Hitler, or both.

--
Mike Smith


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 4:57=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Superdave wrote:
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >> wrote:
>
> >>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>
> >>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
> >>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
> >>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
> >>>> sense.
>
> >>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
> >>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could rel=
ax
> >>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>
> >>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>
> >>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to an=
y
> >>> other day (unless you suicide). =A0There is no significance to dying =
on
> >>> any random day you prick.
>
> >> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>
> >Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
> >day?
>
> >You're fucked.
>
> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> you.

I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.

But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.

Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
day it is, except that it is not your birthday)

Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.



  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 11:23:31
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:

>On Feb 12, 4:57am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> >Superdave wrote:
>> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> >> wrote:
>>
>> >>> Superdave wrote:
>> >>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>
>> >>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>
>> >>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>> >>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>> >>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>> >>>> sense.
>>
>> >>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>> >>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>> >>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>
>> >>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>
>> >>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>> >>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>> >>> any random day you prick.
>>
>> >> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>
>> >Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>> >day?
>>
>> >You're fucked.
>>
>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>
>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>> you.
>
>I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>
>But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>
>Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
>Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
>day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>
>Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
>other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
>birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
>saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
>category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
>on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.


Of course. Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
Christmas Day are also 364/365.



   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 22:33:02
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>> On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>> day?
>>>> You're fucked.
>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>
>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>> you.
>> I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>>
>> But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>>
>> Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
>> Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
>> day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>>
>> Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
>> other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
>> birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
>> saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
>> category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
>> on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>
>
> Of course. Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
> 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
> Christmas Day are also 364/365.
>


As astonishing as it is dying on any random day I doubt it's worthy of
headlines.


    
Date: 12 Feb 2009 12:06:00
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:33:02 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Superdave wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
>>
>>> On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>>> day?
>>>>> You're fucked.
>>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>>
>>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>>> you.
>>> I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>>>
>>> But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>>>
>>> Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
>>> Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
>>> day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>>>
>>> Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
>>> other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
>>> birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
>>> saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
>>> category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
>>> on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>>
>>
>> Of course. Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
>> 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
>> Christmas Day are also 364/365.
>>
>
>
>As astonishing as it is dying on any random day I doubt it's worthy of
>headlines.


it is not astonishing dying on any random day. it is astonishing to
dye on a particular day. that is the difference.

look at it this way. if when you were a little boy you told your
mother you wanted to die on April Fools day and when you grew up you
wrote a autobiography saying you wanted to die on April Fools day and
then 20, 30, 40 years later you did, that would make headlines !

it wasn't your birthday but the fact that it drew attention because
you drew attention to wanting to dye on that day and the odds were
364 to 1 against it. same odds by the way as dieing on your birthday.


     
Date: 12 Feb 2009 23:16:11
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:33:02 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>>>> day?
>>>>>> You're fucked.
>>>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>>>
>>>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>>>> you.
>>>> I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>>>>
>>>> But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>>>>
>>>> Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
>>>> Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
>>>> day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>>>>
>>>> Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
>>>> other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
>>>> birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
>>>> saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
>>>> category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
>>>> on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>>>
>>> Of course. Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
>>> 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
>>> Christmas Day are also 364/365.
>>>
>>
>> As astonishing as it is dying on any random day I doubt it's worthy of
>> headlines.
>
>
> it is not astonishing dying on any random day. it is astonishing to
> dye on a particular day. that is the difference.
>
> look at it this way. if when you were a little boy you told your
> mother you wanted to die on April Fools day and when you grew up you
> wrote a autobiography saying you wanted to die on April Fools day and
> then 20, 30, 40 years later you did, that would make headlines !
>
> it wasn't your birthday

Correct. It's yours.


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 12:34:46
From: *skriptis
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman

"Superdave" <the.big.rst.kahuna@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:4f18p4p9ji8erdmr4p7m9e9k50rd205m5l@4ax.com...
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>>On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> >Superdave wrote:
>>> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper
>>> >> <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>> >> wrote:
>>>
>>> >>> Superdave wrote:
>>> >>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>
>>> >>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>
>>> >>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>> >>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>> >>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course
>>> >>>> makes
>>> >>>> sense.
>>>
>>> >>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less
>>> >>>> chance
>>> >>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could
>>> >>>> relax
>>> >>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>
>>> >>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>
>>> >>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to
>>> >>> any
>>> >>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>> >>> any random day you prick.
>>>
>>> >> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>
>>> >Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on
>>> >any
>>> >day?
>>>
>>> >You're fucked.
>>>
>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>
>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>> you.
>>
>>I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>>
>>But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>>
>>Making the feat and and dying on Birthday
>>Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
>>day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>>
>>Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
>>other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them (except
>>birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
>>saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
>>category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
>>on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>
>
> Of course. Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
> 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
> Christmas Day are also 364/365.


So if you don't know when is your birthday basically you can't die?




 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 2:32=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au > wrote:
> Raja wrote:
> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> > is....
>
> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Pity you weren't.

Do you get paid to act like an asshole?


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:

>On Feb 12, 2:32am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>> Raja wrote:
>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> > is....
>>
>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> Pity you weren't.
>
>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?


He does it for free because he enjoys it.


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 11:27:53
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:24:25 GMT, Superdave
<the.big.rst.kahuna@gmail.com > wrote:

>On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:09:29 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>>On Feb 12, 2:32am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>>> Raja wrote:
>>> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>>> > is....
>>>
>>> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>>>
>>> Pity you weren't.
>>
>>Do you get paid to act like an asshole?
>
>
>He does it for free because he enjoys it.


come to think of it it's just like amy giving blow jobs.


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 19:32:28
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Raja wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>


Pity you weren't.


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 19:33:20
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Raja wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>


When's your b'day?


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 22:50:18
From: Calimero
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 2:20=A0am, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>


No one.
Because those who achieved that are dead.

Otherwise, every one out of 365 persons.


Max


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 23:14:45
From: Mike Smith
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Raja wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?

About one out of every 365 people, I'd imagine. Duh.

--
Mike Smith


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 04:23:29
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 23:14:45 -0500, Mike Smith <smithmc@optonline.net >
wrote:

>Raja wrote:
>> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> is....
>>
>> She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> Born
>> August 29, 1915
>> Died
>> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>
>> Now how many can claim that?
>
>About one out of every 365 people, I'd imagine. Duh.


Wrong.

The correct answer is "nobody".

Why ? Because all the people eligible to make such a claim are "dead".

This is what separates we tier 1 analysts from the pack.


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 11:55:23
From: Mike Smith
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 23:14:45 -0500, Mike Smith <smithmc@optonline.net>
> wrote:
>
>> Raja wrote:
>>> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>>> is....
>>>
>>> She was born and dead on the same day.
>>>
>>> Born
>>> August 29, 1915
>>> Died
>>> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>>
>>> Now how many can claim that?
>> About one out of every 365 people, I'd imagine. Duh.
>
>
> Wrong.
>
> The correct answer is "nobody".
>
> Why ? Because all the people eligible to make such a claim are "dead".
>
> This is what separates we tier 1 analysts from the pack.

Oh, *yawn*.

--
Mike Smith


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 18:41:32
From: amy
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:50=A0pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Feb 11, 7:49=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
>
> > >On Feb 11, 7:33=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
> > >> wrote:
>
> > >> >Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all tim=
e
> > >> >is....
>
> > >> >She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > >> >Born
> > >> >August 29, 1915
> > >> >Died
> > >> >August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> > >> >Now how many can claim that?
>
> > >> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> > >> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.
>
> > >What is my wish?
>
> > you said how many can claim that right ? well, if that is your wish
> > since gunther is out of work right now if you want to die on your
> > birthday he can be of assistance.
>
> > get it now ?
>
> Bullshit, why would I wanna die- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

uh to relieve us all


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 18:40:47
From: amy
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:20=A0pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman

Id love to kill you on your birthday if thats what youre asking me to
do


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 19:39:10
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
amy wrote:
> On Feb 11, 7:20 pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> is....
>>
>> She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> Born
>> August 29, 1915
>> Died
>> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>
>> Now how many can claim that?
>>
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> Id love to kill you on your birthday if thats what youre asking me to
> do


Can you clone him so we can all kill him?



   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 20:21:29
From: marika
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman

"Whisper" <beaver999@ozemail.com.au > wrote in message
news:4993e031$0$23923$5a62ac22@per-qv1-newsreader-01.iinet.net.au...
>
>
> Can you clone him so we can all kill him?
>

it was planted in my head that you bought one so i worried about your suv

mk5000

"Confusion and surprise in the occupied areas over reports of law
for imprisonment of usurpers of Greek Cypriot properties
Turkish Cypriot daily KIBRIS newspaper (22.11.06), under the title
Great threat by the Greek Cypriots, refers to a statement by the
Minister of Justice and Public Order of the Republic of Cyprus,
Sophoclis Sophocleous, who is quoted to have said that the punishment
of seven-year imprisonment for those who illegally posses occupied
Greek Cypriot property is a message that shows how seriously we
approach the issue"--agamemnon



 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 18:38:57
From: progea
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Berg off, Raja!


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:58:37
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:53=A0pm, "Joubert" <theawesomo8...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> So you claim she is GOAT at having matched birthday and death - day ?
Yes she is GOAT actress. No doubt. And Shakespeare is GOAT writer.

Here is a list of GOATs who died on their birthday...

http://wikibin.org/articles/list-of-people-who-died-on-their-birthdays.html

One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday. Notable people
who did so include:
*Juan Ponce de Leon , 63, Spanish Conquistador
*Evaristo Abaco, 67, Italian composer
*Howard Adams, 80, Metis academic and activist
*John Allegro, 65, British philologist
*Michael Aris, 53, husband of Aung San Suu Kyi
*Bunny Austin, 94, British tennis player
*Johann Ambrosius Bach, 50, German musician and father of Johann
Sebastian Bach
*Olga Bancic, 32, Romanian communist activist and member of the French
Resistance
*John Banner, 63, Austrian actor (best known as "Sergeant Schultz" in
Hogan's Heroes)
*Sam Bass, 27, U.S. outlaw
*Sidney Bechet, 62, U.S. jazz musician
*Ingrid Bergman, 67, Swedish actress
*Corrie ten Boom, 91, Dutch writer
*Billy Boucher, 59, ice hockey player
*Giuseppina Bozzachi, 17, Italian ballerina who created Delibes'
"Coppelia"
*Marcel Broodthaers, 52, Belgian artist
*Harriet Brooks, 57, Canadian nuclear physicist
*Sir Thomas Browne, 77, English author
*Sol Carter, 98, Major League Baseball player
*Constantine Cavafy, 70, Greek poet
*Andrew D. Chumbley, 37, Occultist and writer
*Tex Coulter, 83, United States football player
*Sergiu Cunescu, 82, Romanian politician
*Franco Dalla Valle, 62, Italian bishop
*Walter Diemer, 93, American inventor of bubble gum
*Sir Kenelm Digby, 62, Ben Jonson's literary executor
*Etienne Dolet, 37, French scholar
*Mike Douglas, 81, American talk show host and entertainer
*Allen Drury, 80, American novelist
*Elizabeth of York, 37, consort of Henry VII of England
*Florbela Espanca, 36, Portuguese poet
*Mar=EDa F=E9lix, 88, Mexican Actress
*Betty Friedan, 85, feminist leader and author
*Bucky Harris, 81, U.S. baseball player
*John Harrison, 83, developed and built the world's first successful
maritime clock
*Gabby Hartnett, 72, U.S. baseball player
*Walter Haworth, 67, British Nobel Prize-winning chemist
*Henry I, King of Portugal, 68
*Johannes Hevelius, 76, astronomer
*Josu=E9 J=E9houda, 74, Zionist writer
*St John of God, 55, Spanish saint
*Hugo Junkers, 76, German engineer
*Kamehameha V, King of Hawaii, 42
*Matti Kekki, 65, Finnish politician
*George "Machine Gun" Kelly, 59, U.S. gangster
*Otto Kruger, 89, American actor
*Lawrence of Brindisi, 60, Italian friar
*Johnny Longden, 96, British-born U.S. jockey
*Bob Moose, 29, U.S. baseball player, pitcher for the Pittsburgh
Pirates
*J. P. Morgan, Jr., 76, banker
*Levi Morton, 96, Vice President of the United States
*Filinto M=FCller, 73, Brazilian politician
*Lawrence Oates, 32, British polar explorer on the Scott expedition
*Edna May Oliver, 59, U.S. actress
*Yasujiro Ozu, 60, Japanese film director
*Bert Patenaude, 65, soccer player, scored the first ever World Cup
hat-trick
*Flor Peeters, 83, Belgian organist
*Jean Piccard, 79, Swiss-American scientist and balloonist
*Pompey the Great, 58, Roman general
*Michael Praetorius, 50, German composer
*Raphael, 37, Italian painter
*Friedrich August Rosen, 32, German orientalist
*Lloyd Richards, 87, theatre director
*Frieda von Richthofen, 77, wife of D. H. Lawrence
*Swede Risberg, 81, U.S. baseball player
*Jilly Rizzo, 75, member of the Rat Pack
*Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., 74, son of U.S. President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, congressman
*Bidhan Chandra Roy, 80, Chief Minister of West Bengal
*Johannes Sch=F6ner, 70, German mathematician and astronomer
*Diane Shalet, 72, actress
*Joe Tinker, 68, U.S. baseball player
*Nathaniel Parker Willis, 61, American author
*Humbert Wolfe, 55, British poet
*Ashikaga Yoshinori, 47, Japanese shogun
*Ahmad Zahir, 33, Afghan singer


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:52:40
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:48=A0am, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au > wrote:
> zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
> > On Feb 12, 5:39 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >> wrote:
>
> >>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.a=
u >
> >>>> wrote:
> >>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com=
.au >
> >>>>>> wrote:
> >>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
> >>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
> >>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any othe=
r
> >>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course m=
akes
> >>>>>>>> sense.
> >>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less ch=
ance
> >>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could=
relax
> >>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
> >>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
> >>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared t=
o any
> >>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). =A0There is no significance to dy=
ing on
> >>>>>>> any random day you prick.
> >>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
> >>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying o=
n any
> >>>>> day?
> >>>>> You're fucked.
> >>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as t=
he
> >>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> >>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> >>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> >>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> >>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
> >>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> >>>> you.
> >>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
> >>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. =A0It could have been any o=
ne of
> >>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
> >>> Idiot.
> >> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
> >> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
> >> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>
> >> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
> >> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
> >> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>
> >> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
> >> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>
> >> See the similarity ?
>
> > Dont bother with Whisper, the moron doesnt have a point.
>
> > But I still to disagree here. Let me explain.
>
> > Winning Wimbledon =3D feat
> > Winning FO =3D feat
>
> > FO and Wimbledon are two separate competitions.
>
> > Completing a Grand Slam =3D feat
> > Missing out on Grand Slam <> feat
>
> > Grand slam is one achievement
>
> > Dying on Birthday =3D feat
> > Missing out on dying on Birthday <> feat
>
> > Dying on Birthday is one achievement
>
> If it's suicide it doesn't count.

Obviously
>
> Not meaning to discourage you.

So you actually wish people whom don't even know die. You are
freelance assaholing at its very best.



  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:45:41
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:39=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Superdave wrote:
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >> wrote:
>
> >>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.a=
u >
> >>>> wrote:
>
> >>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>
> >>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
> >>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
> >>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course mak=
es
> >>>>>> sense.
>
> >>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chan=
ce
> >>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could r=
elax
> >>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>
> >>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>
> >>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to =
any
> >>>>> other day (unless you suicide). =A0There is no significance to dyin=
g on
> >>>>> any random day you prick.
>
> >>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>
> >>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on =
any
> >>> day?
>
> >>> You're fucked.
>
> >> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
> >> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> >> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> >> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> >> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> >> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> >> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> >> you.
>
> >Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
> >never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. =A0It could have been any one =
of
> >365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>
> >Idiot.
>
> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>
> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>
> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>
> See the similarity ?

Dont bother with Whisper, the moron doesnt have a point.

But I still to disagree here. Let me explain.

Winning Wimbledon =3D feat
Winning FO =3D feat

FO and Wimbledon are two separate competitions.

Completing a Grand Slam =3D feat
Missing out on Grand Slam < > feat

Grand slam is one achievement

Dying on Birthday =3D feat
Missing out on dying on Birthday < > feat

Dying on Birthday is one achievement



   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 12:08:40
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:45:41 -0800 (PST), zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:

>On Feb 12, 5:39am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> >Superdave wrote:
>> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> >> wrote:
>>
>> >>> Superdave wrote:
>> >>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> >>>> wrote:
>>
>> >>>>> Superdave wrote:
>> >>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>
>> >>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>
>> >>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>> >>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>> >>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>> >>>>>> sense.
>>
>> >>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>> >>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>> >>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>
>> >>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>
>> >>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>> >>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>> >>>>> any random day you prick.
>>
>> >>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>
>> >>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>> >>> day?
>>
>> >>> You're fucked.
>>
>> >> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>> >> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>> >> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>> >> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>> >> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>> >> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>
>> >> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>> >> you.
>>
>> >Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>> >never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>> >365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>
>> >Idiot.
>>
>> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
>> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
>> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>>
>> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
>> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
>> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>>
>> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
>> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>>
>> See the similarity ?
>
>Dont bother with Whisper, the moron doesnt have a point.
>
>But I still to disagree here. Let me explain.
>
>Winning Wimbledon = feat
>Winning FO = feat
>
>FO and Wimbledon are two separate competitions.
>
>Completing a Grand Slam = feat
>Missing out on Grand Slam <> feat
>
>Grand slam is one achievement
>
>Dying on Birthday = feat
>Missing out on dying on Birthday <> feat
>
>Dying on Birthday is one achievement


er not really. dying on the day before your birthday is also a feat.
dying on your mothers birthday is also a feat.
dying on your wedding day is also a feat.
and so on ad nauseum.


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 22:48:17
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
zepfloyes@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Feb 12, 5:39 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>>> day?
>>>>> You're fucked.
>>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>>> you.
>>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>> Idiot.
>> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
>> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
>> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>>
>> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
>> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
>> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>>
>> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
>> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>>
>> See the similarity ?
>
> Dont bother with Whisper, the moron doesnt have a point.
>
> But I still to disagree here. Let me explain.
>
> Winning Wimbledon = feat
> Winning FO = feat
>
> FO and Wimbledon are two separate competitions.
>
> Completing a Grand Slam = feat
> Missing out on Grand Slam <> feat
>
> Grand slam is one achievement
>
> Dying on Birthday = feat
> Missing out on dying on Birthday <> feat
>
> Dying on Birthday is one achievement
>


If it's suicide it doesn't count.

Not meaning to discourage you.



  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:36:13
From:
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 5:34=A0am, "*skriptis" <skrip...@post.t-com.hr > wrote:
> "Superdave" <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:4f18p4p9ji8erdmr4p7m9e9k50rd205m5l@4ax.com...
>
>
>
> > On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
> >>On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au=
>
> >>> wrote:
>
> >>> >Superdave wrote:
> >>> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper
> >>> >> <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >>> >> wrote:
>
> >>> >>> Superdave wrote:
> >>> >>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>
> >>> >>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
> >>> >>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>> >>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any othe=
r
> >>> >>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course
> >>> >>>> makes
> >>> >>>> sense.
>
> >>> >>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less
> >>> >>>> chance
> >>> >>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could
> >>> >>>> relax
> >>> >>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>
> >>> >>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>
> >>> >>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared t=
o
> >>> >>> any
> >>> >>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying=
on
> >>> >>> any random day you prick.
>
> >>> >> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>
> >>> >Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on
> >>> >any
> >>> >day?
>
> >>> >You're fucked.
>
> >>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as th=
e
> >>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> >>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> >>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> >>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> >>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> >>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> >>> you.
>
> >>I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>
> >>But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>
> >>Making the feat and =A0and dying on Birthday
> >>Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
> >>day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>
> >>Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
> >>other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them =A0(except
> >>birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
> >>saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
> >>category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
> >>on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>
> > Of course. =A0Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out of
> > 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
> > Christmas Day are also 364/365.
>
> So if you don't know when is your birthday basically you can't die?

Time and again you have proved you are a total idiot. But then you
make another post and make the case even stronger. The case is so
solid now, it might explode under intense pressure, any time.




  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 02:10:13
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman

what jumps out at you here is ....

One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.

There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
sense.

But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
on that day - but such is not the case.


On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:58:37 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepfloyes@gmail.com >
wrote:

>On Feb 11, 7:53pm, "Joubert" <theawesomo8...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> So you claim she is GOAT at having matched birthday and death - day ?
>Yes she is GOAT actress. No doubt. And Shakespeare is GOAT writer.
>
>Here is a list of GOATs who died on their birthday...
>
>http://wikibin.org/articles/list-of-people-who-died-on-their-birthdays.html
>
>One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday. Notable people
>who did so include:
>*Juan Ponce de Leon , 63, Spanish Conquistador
>*Evaristo Abaco, 67, Italian composer
>*Howard Adams, 80, Metis academic and activist
>*John Allegro, 65, British philologist
>*Michael Aris, 53, husband of Aung San Suu Kyi
>*Bunny Austin, 94, British tennis player
>*Johann Ambrosius Bach, 50, German musician and father of Johann
>Sebastian Bach
>*Olga Bancic, 32, Romanian communist activist and member of the French
>Resistance
>*John Banner, 63, Austrian actor (best known as "Sergeant Schultz" in
>Hogan's Heroes)
>*Sam Bass, 27, U.S. outlaw
>*Sidney Bechet, 62, U.S. jazz musician
>*Ingrid Bergman, 67, Swedish actress
>*Corrie ten Boom, 91, Dutch writer
>*Billy Boucher, 59, ice hockey player
>*Giuseppina Bozzachi, 17, Italian ballerina who created Delibes'
>"Coppelia"
>*Marcel Broodthaers, 52, Belgian artist
>*Harriet Brooks, 57, Canadian nuclear physicist
>*Sir Thomas Browne, 77, English author
>*Sol Carter, 98, Major League Baseball player
>*Constantine Cavafy, 70, Greek poet
>*Andrew D. Chumbley, 37, Occultist and writer
>*Tex Coulter, 83, United States football player
>*Sergiu Cunescu, 82, Romanian politician
>*Franco Dalla Valle, 62, Italian bishop
>*Walter Diemer, 93, American inventor of bubble gum
>*Sir Kenelm Digby, 62, Ben Jonson's literary executor
>*Etienne Dolet, 37, French scholar
>*Mike Douglas, 81, American talk show host and entertainer
>*Allen Drury, 80, American novelist
>*Elizabeth of York, 37, consort of Henry VII of England
>*Florbela Espanca, 36, Portuguese poet
>*Mara Flix, 88, Mexican Actress
>*Betty Friedan, 85, feminist leader and author
>*Bucky Harris, 81, U.S. baseball player
>*John Harrison, 83, developed and built the world's first successful
>maritime clock
>*Gabby Hartnett, 72, U.S. baseball player
>*Walter Haworth, 67, British Nobel Prize-winning chemist
>*Henry I, King of Portugal, 68
>*Johannes Hevelius, 76, astronomer
>*Josu Jhouda, 74, Zionist writer
>*St John of God, 55, Spanish saint
>*Hugo Junkers, 76, German engineer
>*Kamehameha V, King of Hawaii, 42
>*Matti Kekki, 65, Finnish politician
>*George "Machine Gun" Kelly, 59, U.S. gangster
>*Otto Kruger, 89, American actor
>*Lawrence of Brindisi, 60, Italian friar
>*Johnny Longden, 96, British-born U.S. jockey
>*Bob Moose, 29, U.S. baseball player, pitcher for the Pittsburgh
>Pirates
>*J. P. Morgan, Jr., 76, banker
>*Levi Morton, 96, Vice President of the United States
>*Filinto Mller, 73, Brazilian politician
>*Lawrence Oates, 32, British polar explorer on the Scott expedition
>*Edna May Oliver, 59, U.S. actress
>*Yasujiro Ozu, 60, Japanese film director
>*Bert Patenaude, 65, soccer player, scored the first ever World Cup
>hat-trick
>*Flor Peeters, 83, Belgian organist
>*Jean Piccard, 79, Swiss-American scientist and balloonist
>*Pompey the Great, 58, Roman general
>*Michael Praetorius, 50, German composer
>*Raphael, 37, Italian painter
>*Friedrich August Rosen, 32, German orientalist
>*Lloyd Richards, 87, theatre director
>*Frieda von Richthofen, 77, wife of D. H. Lawrence
>*Swede Risberg, 81, U.S. baseball player
>*Jilly Rizzo, 75, member of the Rat Pack
>*Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., 74, son of U.S. President Franklin D.
>Roosevelt, congressman
>*Bidhan Chandra Roy, 80, Chief Minister of West Bengal
>*Johannes Schner, 70, German mathematician and astronomer
>*Diane Shalet, 72, actress
>*Joe Tinker, 68, U.S. baseball player
>*Nathaniel Parker Willis, 61, American author
>*Humbert Wolfe, 55, British poet
>*Ashikaga Yoshinori, 47, Japanese shogun
>*Ahmad Zahir, 33, Afghan singer


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> what jumps out at you here is ....
>
> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
> sense.
>
> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
> on that day - but such is not the case.
>
>




Lol what a fucking moron!

Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
any random day you prick.


    
Date: 12 Feb 2009 05:04:34
From: JohnB
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On 12 Feb, 12:17, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:46:36 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Superdave wrote:
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >> wrote:
>
> >>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >>>> wrote:
>
> >>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> >>>>>> wrote:
>
> >>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>
> >>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
> >>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
> >>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
> >>>>>>>> sense.
>
> >>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
> >>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
> >>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>
> >>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>
> >>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
> >>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
> >>>>>>> any random day you prick.
> >>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
> >>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
> >>>>> day?
>
> >>>>> You're fucked.
>
> >>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
> >>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> >>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> >>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> >>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> >>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> >>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> >>>> you.
>
> >>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
> >>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
> >>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>
> >>> Idiot.
>
> >> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
> >> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
> >> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>
> >> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
> >> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
> >> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>
> >> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
> >> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>
> >> See the similarity ?
>
> >Exactly. No one gives a fuck if you die on a random day, but on your
> >b'day it warrants some mention.
>
> but, it shouldn't because it's no different than any other day
> statistically. same as winning any slam is no different than winning
> any other.

Actually, I reckon if someone did the research, it is probably more
likely that you'll die on your birthday than on any other day, only by
a small fraction, but I bet it's true.
I blame the bumps :-)


    
Date: 12 Feb 2009 04:10:49
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 12, 6:06=A0am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:33:02 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Superdave wrote:
> >> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 03:15:40 -0800 (PST), zepflo...@yahoo.com wrote:
>
> >>> On Feb 12, 4:57 am, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com.a=
u >
> >>>> wrote:
>
> >>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver...@ozemail.com=
.au >
> >>>>>> wrote:
> >>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
> >>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
> >>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
> >>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
> >>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any othe=
r
> >>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course m=
akes
> >>>>>>>> sense.
> >>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less ch=
ance
> >>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could=
relax
> >>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
> >>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
> >>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared t=
o any
> >>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). =A0There is no significance to dy=
ing on
> >>>>>>> any random day you prick.
> >>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
> >>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying o=
n any
> >>>>> day?
> >>>>> You're fucked.
> >>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as t=
he
> >>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> >>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> >>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> >>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> >>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> >>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> >>>> you.
> >>> I agree with you. Mathematically you are right.
>
> >>> But if you keep them as different sets with a different approach.
>
> >>> Making the feat and =A0and dying on Birthday
> >>> Missing the feat and dying on some other day (it doesn't matter which
> >>> day it is, except that it is not your birthday)
>
> >>> Then it is different. You birthday is just one day. But there are 364
> >>> other days in the calendar year and dying on any of them =A0(except
> >>> birthday) fails the chances of dying on your birthday. In short I am
> >>> saying to achieve these feat, you should not in be in the others
> >>> category (dying on a random day not your birthday). So someone dying
> >>> on New Years Day misses the feat if he wasn't born on it.
>
> >> Of course. =A0Your chances of not dying on your birthday are 364 out o=
f
> >> 365 (ignoring the leap year shit). Your chances of not dying on
> >> Christmas Day are also 364/365.
>
> >As astonishing as it is dying on any random day I doubt it's worthy of
> >headlines.
>
> it is not astonishing dying on any random day. it is astonishing to
> dye on a particular day. that is the difference.
>
> look at it this way. if when you were a little boy you told your
> mother you wanted to die on April Fools day and when you grew up you
> wrote a autobiography saying you wanted to die on April Fools day and
> then 20, 30, 40 years later you did, that would make headlines !
>
> it wasn't your birthday but the fact that it drew attention because
> you drew attention to wanting to dye on that day =A0and the odds were
> 364 to 1 against it. same odds by the way as dieing on your birthday.

If Whisper dies on April Fool's Day, we can also it the April Tool's
day. Either would be fine.



    
Date: 12 Feb 2009 10:33:06
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Superdave wrote:
>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>
>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>
>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>> sense.
>>
>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>Lol what a fucking moron!
>
>Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>any random day you prick.


i can see maths is not your strong suit.


     
Date: 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>
>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>
>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>> sense.
>>>
>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>
>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>> any random day you prick.
>
>
> i can see maths is not your strong suit.


Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
day?

You're fucked.



      
Date: 12 Feb 2009 10:57:35
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Superdave wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>
>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>
>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>> sense.
>>>>
>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>
>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>> any random day you prick.
>>
>>
>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>
>
>Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>day?
>
>You're fucked.


no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.

That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
you.


       
Date: 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>
>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>
>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>> sense.
>>>>>
>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>
>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>
>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>
>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>> day?
>>
>> You're fucked.
>
>
> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>
> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
> you.



Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
365 days but amazingly August 4'.

Idiot.





        
Date: 12 Feb 2009 11:39:50
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Superdave wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>
>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>
>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>
>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>
>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>> day?
>>>
>>> You're fucked.
>>
>>
>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>
>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>> you.
>
>
>
>Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>
>Idiot.
>


somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
based on perception and not science nor fact.

It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.

Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.

See the similarity ?


         
Date: 12 Feb 2009 22:46:36
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>> day?
>>>>
>>>> You're fucked.
>>>
>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>
>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>> you.
>>
>>
>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>
>> Idiot.
>>
>
>
> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>
> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>
> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>
> See the similarity ?


Exactly. No one gives a fuck if you die on a random day, but on your
b'day it warrants some mention.



          
Date: 12 Feb 2009 12:17:51
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:46:36 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au >
wrote:

>Superdave wrote:
>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>>> day?
>>>>>
>>>>> You're fucked.
>>>>
>>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>>
>>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>>> you.
>>>
>>>
>>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>>
>>> Idiot.
>>>
>>
>>
>> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
>> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
>> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>>
>> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
>> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
>> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>>
>> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
>> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>>
>> See the similarity ?
>
>
>Exactly. No one gives a fuck if you die on a random day, but on your
>b'day it warrants some mention.


but, it shouldn't because it's no different than any other day
statistically. same as winning any slam is no different than winning
any other.


           
Date: 12 Feb 2009 23:23:02
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:46:36 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>>>> day?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> You're fucked.
>>>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>>>
>>>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>>>> you.
>>>>
>>>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>>>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>>>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>>>
>>>> Idiot.
>>>>
>>>
>>> somehow i think the mindset you display in this example is exactly the
>>> same as the one you display with your "prestige" bullshit and both are
>>> based on perception and not science nor fact.
>>>
>>> It is in fact just as remarkable to die on August 4 as it is on your
>>> birthday because the odds are 1/365 for each and the odds of dying on
>>> any other day are 364/365. This makes it remarkable.
>>>
>>> Of course dying on August 4 is meaningless to birthday fan fuckers
>>> just as winning the FO is meaningless to sampras fan fuckers.
>>>
>>> See the similarity ?
>>
>> Exactly. No one gives a fuck if you die on a random day, but on your
>> b'day it warrants some mention.
>
>
> but, it shouldn't because it's no different than any other day
> statistically. same as winning any slam is no different than winning
> any other.


lol - you're well & truly fucked from all angles.



         
Date: 12 Feb 2009 22:44:47
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Superdave wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 22:29:43 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Superdave wrote:
>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 21:42:57 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 19:42:12 +1100, Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com.au>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Superdave wrote:
>>>>>>> what jumps out at you here is ....
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>>>>>>> birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>>>>>>> particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>>>>>>> sense.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>>>>>>> of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>>>>>>> on that day - but such is not the case.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Lol what a fucking moron!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Of course your chances of dying on your b'day are slim compared to any
>>>>>> other day (unless you suicide). There is no significance to dying on
>>>>>> any random day you prick.
>>>>> i can see maths is not your strong suit.
>>>> Are you saying dying on your b'day is just as remarkable as dying on any
>>>> day?
>>>>
>>>> You're fucked.
>>>
>>> no. the odds of you dying on your birthday are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on any other particular day. to make it simple for you
>>> ... the odds of dying on christmas day are exactly the same as the
>>> odds of dying on your birthday ... or easter or thanksgiving or any
>>> other specific day. 1 out of 365.25 or thereabouts. except for
>>> February 29th of course where the odds are about 1 out of 365.25/4.
>>>
>>> That's not absolutely precise but its close enough for lamers like
>>> you.
>>
>>
>> Then why do we see reports like 'Remarkably he died on his b'day', &
>> never 'Astonishingly he died on August 4. It could have been any one of
>> 365 days but amazingly August 4'.
>>
>> Idiot.
>>
>
>
> somehow i think


I doubt it.


   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 03:34:05
From: Joubert
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman

"Superdave" <the.big.rst.kahuna@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:nv07p45asgp62n06mqhm0sol345bj9p5ke@4ax.com...

> One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.

No. One out of 366 dies the same day as another one.



   
Date: 12 Feb 2009 02:15:44
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman

P.S. David W there is a goodie in this post for you. Can you find it ?

On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 02:10:13 GMT, Superdave
<the.big.rst.kahuna@gmail.com > wrote:

>
>what jumps out at you here is ....
>
>One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday.
>
>There are 365+ days in a year so the chance of you dying on your
>birthday is exactly the same as your chance of dying on any other
>particular day like Christmas, New Year, etc - which of course makes
>sense.
>
>But, for a minute there I was thinking maybe their was a less chance
>of death on one's birthday for some strange reason and you could relax
>on that day - but such is not the case.
>
>
>On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:58:37 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepfloyes@gmail.com>
>wrote:
>
>>On Feb 11, 7:53pm, "Joubert" <theawesomo8...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> So you claim she is GOAT at having matched birthday and death - day ?
>>Yes she is GOAT actress. No doubt. And Shakespeare is GOAT writer.
>>
>>Here is a list of GOATs who died on their birthday...
>>
>>http://wikibin.org/articles/list-of-people-who-died-on-their-birthdays.html
>>
>>One in every 366 people (0.27%) die on their birthday. Notable people
>>who did so include:
>>*Juan Ponce de Leon , 63, Spanish Conquistador
>>*Evaristo Abaco, 67, Italian composer
>>*Howard Adams, 80, Metis academic and activist
>>*John Allegro, 65, British philologist
>>*Michael Aris, 53, husband of Aung San Suu Kyi
>>*Bunny Austin, 94, British tennis player
>>*Johann Ambrosius Bach, 50, German musician and father of Johann
>>Sebastian Bach
>>*Olga Bancic, 32, Romanian communist activist and member of the French
>>Resistance
>>*John Banner, 63, Austrian actor (best known as "Sergeant Schultz" in
>>Hogan's Heroes)
>>*Sam Bass, 27, U.S. outlaw
>>*Sidney Bechet, 62, U.S. jazz musician
>>*Ingrid Bergman, 67, Swedish actress
>>*Corrie ten Boom, 91, Dutch writer
>>*Billy Boucher, 59, ice hockey player
>>*Giuseppina Bozzachi, 17, Italian ballerina who created Delibes'
>>"Coppelia"
>>*Marcel Broodthaers, 52, Belgian artist
>>*Harriet Brooks, 57, Canadian nuclear physicist
>>*Sir Thomas Browne, 77, English author
>>*Sol Carter, 98, Major League Baseball player
>>*Constantine Cavafy, 70, Greek poet
>>*Andrew D. Chumbley, 37, Occultist and writer
>>*Tex Coulter, 83, United States football player
>>*Sergiu Cunescu, 82, Romanian politician
>>*Franco Dalla Valle, 62, Italian bishop
>>*Walter Diemer, 93, American inventor of bubble gum
>>*Sir Kenelm Digby, 62, Ben Jonson's literary executor
>>*Etienne Dolet, 37, French scholar
>>*Mike Douglas, 81, American talk show host and entertainer
>>*Allen Drury, 80, American novelist
>>*Elizabeth of York, 37, consort of Henry VII of England
>>*Florbela Espanca, 36, Portuguese poet
>>*Mara Flix, 88, Mexican Actress
>>*Betty Friedan, 85, feminist leader and author
>>*Bucky Harris, 81, U.S. baseball player
>>*John Harrison, 83, developed and built the world's first successful
>>maritime clock
>>*Gabby Hartnett, 72, U.S. baseball player
>>*Walter Haworth, 67, British Nobel Prize-winning chemist
>>*Henry I, King of Portugal, 68
>>*Johannes Hevelius, 76, astronomer
>>*Josu Jhouda, 74, Zionist writer
>>*St John of God, 55, Spanish saint
>>*Hugo Junkers, 76, German engineer
>>*Kamehameha V, King of Hawaii, 42
>>*Matti Kekki, 65, Finnish politician
>>*George "Machine Gun" Kelly, 59, U.S. gangster
>>*Otto Kruger, 89, American actor
>>*Lawrence of Brindisi, 60, Italian friar
>>*Johnny Longden, 96, British-born U.S. jockey
>>*Bob Moose, 29, U.S. baseball player, pitcher for the Pittsburgh
>>Pirates
>>*J. P. Morgan, Jr., 76, banker
>>*Levi Morton, 96, Vice President of the United States
>>*Filinto Mller, 73, Brazilian politician
>>*Lawrence Oates, 32, British polar explorer on the Scott expedition
>>*Edna May Oliver, 59, U.S. actress
>>*Yasujiro Ozu, 60, Japanese film director
>>*Bert Patenaude, 65, soccer player, scored the first ever World Cup
>>hat-trick
>>*Flor Peeters, 83, Belgian organist
>>*Jean Piccard, 79, Swiss-American scientist and balloonist
>>*Pompey the Great, 58, Roman general
>>*Michael Praetorius, 50, German composer
>>*Raphael, 37, Italian painter
>>*Friedrich August Rosen, 32, German orientalist
>>*Lloyd Richards, 87, theatre director
>>*Frieda von Richthofen, 77, wife of D. H. Lawrence
>>*Swede Risberg, 81, U.S. baseball player
>>*Jilly Rizzo, 75, member of the Rat Pack
>>*Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., 74, son of U.S. President Franklin D.
>>Roosevelt, congressman
>>*Bidhan Chandra Roy, 80, Chief Minister of West Bengal
>>*Johannes Schner, 70, German mathematician and astronomer
>>*Diane Shalet, 72, actress
>>*Joe Tinker, 68, U.S. baseball player
>>*Nathaniel Parker Willis, 61, American author
>>*Humbert Wolfe, 55, British poet
>>*Ashikaga Yoshinori, 47, Japanese shogun
>>*Ahmad Zahir, 33, Afghan singer


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 02:53:13
From: Joubert
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
So you claim she is GOAT at having matched birthday and death - day ?


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:51:17
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:27=A0pm, BLACKPOOLJIMMY <Chippandf...@aol.com > wrote:
> On Feb 11, 8:20 pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> > is....
>
> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > Born
> > August 29, 1915
> > Died
> > August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> > Now how many can claim that?
>
> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> Benny Hinn?

William Shakespeare is also another celebrity who died on his
birthday. Read this... interesting.

http://morticom.com/categorycelebritytriviacelebritydeaths.htm



 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:50:11
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:49=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >On Feb 11, 7:33=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
>
> >> >Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> >> >is....
>
> >> >She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >> >Born
> >> >August 29, 1915
> >> >Died
> >> >August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> >> >Now how many can claim that?
>
> >> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> >> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.
>
> >What is my wish?
>
> you said how many can claim that right ? well, if that is your wish
> since gunther is out of work right now if you want to die on your
> birthday he can be of assistance.
>
> get it now ?

Bullshit, why would I wanna die


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 19:37:05
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
Raja wrote:
> On Feb 11, 7:49 pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>> On Feb 11, 7:33 pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>>>>> is....
>>>>> She was born and dead on the same day.
>>>>> Born
>>>>> August 29, 1915
>>>>> Died
>>>>> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>>>> Now how many can claim that?
>>>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>>>> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.
>>> What is my wish?
>> you said how many can claim that right ? well, if that is your wish
>> since gunther is out of work right now if you want to die on your
>> birthday he can be of assistance.
>>
>> get it now ?
>
> Bullshit, why would I wanna die


Your pain would be over?

Or at least the pain you're causing us will be over.

Consider it.



  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 02:05:01
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:50:11 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepfloyes@gmail.com >
wrote:

>On Feb 11, 7:49pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> >On Feb 11, 7:33pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
>> >> wrote:
>>
>> >> >Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> >> >is....
>>
>> >> >She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> >> >Born
>> >> >August 29, 1915
>> >> >Died
>> >> >August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>
>> >> >Now how many can claim that?
>>
>> >> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>>
>> >> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.
>>
>> >What is my wish?
>>
>> you said how many can claim that right ? well, if that is your wish
>> since gunther is out of work right now if you want to die on your
>> birthday he can be of assistance.
>>
>> get it now ?
>
>Bullshit, why would I wanna die


i am just saying be careful what you wish for ...


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:46:02
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:27=A0pm, BLACKPOOLJIMMY <Chippandf...@aol.com > wrote:
> On Feb 11, 8:20 pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> > is....
>
> > She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> > Born
> > August 29, 1915
> > Died
> > August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> > Now how many can claim that?
>
> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> Benny Hinn?

I googled. He is alive, you dick



 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:33=A0pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> >Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> >is....
>
> >She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> >Born
> >August 29, 1915
> >Died
> >August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> >Now how many can claim that?
>
> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>
> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.

What is my wish?


  
Date: 12 Feb 2009 01:49:15
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:38:34 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepfloyes@gmail.com >
wrote:

>On Feb 11, 7:33pm, Superdave <the.big.rst.kah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>> >is....
>>
>> >She was born and dead on the same day.
>>
>> >Born
>> >August 29, 1915
>> >Died
>> >August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>>
>> >Now how many can claim that?
>>
>> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman
>>
>> gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.
>
>What is my wish?


you said how many can claim that right ? well, if that is your wish
since gunther is out of work right now if you want to die on your
birthday he can be of assistance.

get it now ?


 
Date: 12 Feb 2009 01:33:07
From: Superdave
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 17:20:36 -0800 (PST), Raja <zepfloyes@gmail.com >
wrote:

>Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
>is....
>
>She was born and dead on the same day.
>
>Born
>August 29, 1915
>Died
>August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
>Now how many can claim that?
>
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman


gunther can help if that is your wish. he's out of work now anyway.


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:27:35
From: BLACKPOOLJIMMY
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 8:20=EF=BF=BDpm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman

Benny Hinn?


 
Date: 11 Feb 2009 17:24:28
From: Raja
Subject: Re: The most unique thing about Ingrid Bergman
On Feb 11, 7:20=A0pm, Raja <zepflo...@gmail.com > wrote:
> Apart from being the most beautiful and talented actress of all time
> is....
>
> She was born and dead on the same day.
>
> Born
> August 29, 1915
> Died
> August 29, 1982 (aged 67)
>
> Now how many can claim that?
>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Bergman

A nice tribute here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DAkI4f_UrKmc