View unusual November 28, 1958 birthday facts such as your life path number, birthstone, ruling planet, zodiac sign, and birth flower that no one tells you about. People born on this day will reach the age of 62 in precisely 236 days. You've been on the planet for 22,409 days. You were born in the Dog Year. Your birth music is "Happy Birthday."
Here are some more interesting facts:
Humans have been writing down their observations since 772 B.C. This date marks the beginning of the Chinese history book Dynasty of Shen.
November 28, 1958 is an odd date to celebrate yourself on, but it's become a custom for celebrities to post photos on this day highlighting a moment in their lives.
Al Gore has used his Facebook page to post a photo of himself on this day in 2008, 2008, and 2006. Bill Clinton also posts a photo of himself on this day.
Barack Obama started posting photos of himself on October 5, 2007. The first photo was taken when he was a senator from Illinois.
Miley Cyrus posted a photo of herself on this day in 2013.
Lady Gaga has posted photos of herself on this day several times including in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014.
Have a good time Nobody informs you about your January 13, 1970 birthday details, such as your life path number, birthstone, ruling planet, zodiac sign, and birth flower. People born on this day will reach the age of 51 in precisely 294 days. You've lived for 18,333 days. Capricorn is your birth sign, and Saturn is your governing planet. You're a Taurus/Gemini blend physically and emotionally.
Fun facts about today's date are that it was The Office's 4th anniversary episode and Bruce Springsteen's 31st birthday episode. Both NBC broadcasts were part of a two-hour special called "The Boss Is 40". He had just released his album Born in the U.S.A. which spawned the hit song "Born in the USA".
Another fun fact is that today is National Peanut Butter Day! In 1914, an Iowa woman named Mary Harris created a recipe that she called "the world's first peanut butter cookie." Today, we eat those cookies and many other varieties of baked goods that contain peanuts or peanut butter ingredients - like flour, sugar, and oil.
Here are more national holidays that have been declared by Congress:
January 19, 1973: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January 25, 1974: Washington's Birthday
May 30, 1976: Memorial Day
September 17, 1977: Independence Day
View interesting August 11, 1944 birthday facts that no one tells you, such as your life path number, birthstone, ruling planet, zodiac sign, and natal flower. People born on this day will reach the age of 76 in precisely 114 days. You've been living for a total of 27,644 days. You were born in the Monkey Year. Your astrological sign is Leo, and the Sun is your governing planet. You have a birth stone which is jade.
Did you know that many people share your name? There are currently more than 1 million people with the name August. It ranks 7th most popular name of all time.
How many babies are born on August 11th each year? This is an important date in the baby naming calendar. On this day in 1944, American soldiers named their new model of gun M1. After this date, the number of babies born rises until 1947 when the introduction of the M3 further increases the demand for baby diapers. Americans also start using the M4 rifle in 1952 and the M16 rifle in 1956. These both become very popular guns.
Here are some other famous names on August 11th: Madonna, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and Justin Bieber.
Do people usually call me old-fashioned? Yes, people often call you "old-fashioned" if you prefer to hold hands instead of doing something modern like playing games or watching movies together.
View unusual September 30, 1960 birthday facts like as your life path number, birthstone, ruling planet, zodiac sign, and natal flower. People born on this day will be 61 years old. You've been living for a long time because you were born in the Year of the Rat. Your zodiac sign is Libra, and Venus is your governing planet. Rose is the official flower of California.
There are three days this month that are black-out days at MLB stadiums: September 30, 1960; April 19, 1912; and October 17, 1922. On these dates, games are played but they are not counted toward anyone's statistics because it would be impossible to distinguish them from real games.
The entire month of September 1960 was declared national holiday in Canada due to the arrival of the first men on the moon. This was the last month of the 1950s and the beginning of the 1960s.
On September 30, 1960, Americans went to the polls for one of the most important elections in U.S. history: John F. Kennedy or Richard Nixon? The nation was deeply divided between those who wanted to pursue more social programs and civil rights and those who thought we should focus on improving our economy first. The race was close throughout, with JFK pulling ahead of Nixon in the last few weeks of voting.
The world was also watching this election with interest. If Kennedy was elected, then there was a good chance he would become the first Catholic president in America.