Hairy Make You Swim Slower, National Singles Week and the Most Prolific Mothers
“Creativity at Work: Careers for the Practicing Creative” by the Ateneo Alumni Association Speakers Bureau

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On this day Sept 18

1759 The French surrendered Quebec to the British.
1810 Chile declared its independence from Spain.
1850 Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed slaveowners to reclaim slaves who had escaped to other states.
1851 The first edition of The New York Times was published.
1927 The Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System (later CBS) debuted with a network of 16 radio stations.
1970 Rock musician Jimi Hendrix died of a drug overdose at age 27.
1997 Coopers & Lybrand and Price Waterhouse agreed to merge to create the world’s biggest accounting firm.
2004 Pop singer Britney Spears married dancer Kevin Federline. (The couple divorced in 2007.)

Celebrity Birthdays

Lance Armstrong, 39, cyclist, national and world champion, two-time Olympian, seven-time winner of the Tour de France, born Plano, TX, Sept 18, 1971.
Jada Pinkett Smith, 39, actress (The Nutty Professor, Menace II Society), born Baltimore, MD, Sept 18, 1971.
Aisha Tyler, 40, television host, actress (“Talk Soup,” “24,” “CSI”), born San Francisco, CA, Sept 18, 1970.

#1 Song Today,

THE 1990s

1999 Unpretty TLC
1998 I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing Aerosmith
1997 Honey Mariah Carey
1996 Macarena [Bayside Boys Mix] Los Del Rio
1995 Gangsta’s Paradise Coolio featuring L.V.
1994 I’ll Make Love to You Boyz II Men
1993 Dreamlover Mariah Carey
1992 End of the Road Boyz II Men
1991 I Adore Mi Amor Color Me Badd
1990 Release Me Wilson Phillips

Mr. Know it All (useless info of the day)

Bizarre World Sex Records

World’s Largest Penis – 13.5 in

World’s Largest Vagina – 19 in

The Largest Vagina most likely belonged to Scottish giantess Anna Swan (1846-1888), a remarkable woman who set a number of records relating to her bulk. Born normally sized, she began growing at a prodigious rate in childhood, finally reaching a maximum height of 7′ 8″ at age 19. Capitalizing on her huge size, she joined a side show and toured the country, where she met and fell in love with Captain Martin Bates, another giant who measured over 7 feet tall. They wed in 1872, making them the tallest married couple in the world, a record that still stands today. The couple settled down into married life, built a mansion filled with enormous furniture, including an 11′ by 7′ bed where they consummated their union. On June 18, 1879, she gave birth to the largest baby in history, weighing 26 lbs. and 34 inches in length—so large, in fact, that it became tightly wedged in her capacious tract, only extricated by the use of forceps and belts. The child did not survive the rigors of birth, but a cast was made, still on display at the Cleveland Museum of Health. Generally the largest part of an infant is the head. We know that the tyke’s cranium measured about 19 inches (48cm) in circumference, hence we compute the minimum dilation of Swan’s passage as 6 inches, or just over 15 cm. That’s pretty wide—the normal dilation for childbirth is 10 cm.

Fact or Fiction

The Jamaican bobsled team placed ahead of the United States team in the 1994 Winter Olympics.


When the Jamaican bobsled team made their debut at the 1988 winter Olympics in Calgary, many people thought it was a joke.  How could a team from a country where it never snows compete in the winter games?  While the team came in dead last, they attracted so much attention that Disney made a movie about them.  They continued to train, and at the 1994 winter games in Lillehammer, Norway, they placed 14th in the four-man bobsled competition, ahead of teams from the United States, Russia and France.

Reason to party today – coz it’s happy hour somewhere in the world.


Sept 18, 1964. Charles Addams’s quirky New Yorker cartoon creations were brought to life in this ABC sitcom about a family full of oddballs. John Astin played lawyer Gomez Addams; with Carolyn Jones as his morbid wife Morticia; Ken Weatherwax as son Pugsley; Lisa Loring as daughter Wednesday; Jackie Coogan as Uncle Fester; Ted Cassidy as both Lurch, the butler, and Thing, a disembodied hand; Blossom Rock as Grandmama and Felix Silla as Cousin Itt. The last episode aired Sept 2, 1966. In 1991, The Addams Family movie was released, followed by a sequel. Both starred Anjelica Huston as Morticia, Raul Julia as Gomez, Christopher Lloyd as Uncle Fester, Jimmy Workman as Pugsley and Christina Ricci as Wednesday.

Moment of Zen

“I am only one, but I am still one. I cannot do everything but I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something I can do.”  – Helen Keller

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Hairy Make You Swim Slower, National Singles Week and the Most Prolific Mothers
“Creativity at Work: Careers for the Practicing Creative” by the Ateneo Alumni Association Speakers Bureau