Wednesday, September 2, 2009
92, 101, Michel Jackson and God is safe for now
You're never too old. Legendary English singer Dame Vera Lynn has become the oldest living artist to enter the top 20 of the UK album chart, her record company said.
Dame Vera, who kept up the spirits of millions of soldiers during World War II, with songs such as "There'll Be Blue Birds Over the White Cliffs of Dover" and "We'll Meet Again" has entered the album chart at number 20 - at the age of 92.
She has achieved her success with her album, We'll Meet Again - The Very Best of Vera Lynn.
Meanwhile, Michael Jackson still had four albums in the chart on the day after what would have been his 51st birthday.
My total of reviews at Amazon is now 101, earlier this week I was featured in an article at examiner.com about how I reached 100 reviews on Amazon.
Also this week a legal case against God launched by Nebraska state senator Ernie Chambers, has been thrown out by a US judge. And the reason?
He ruled that "because the defendant has no address, legal papers cannot be served."
Ernie Chambers, who said he might appeal against the ruling. He sought a permanent injunction to prevent the "death, destruction and terrorism" caused by God
Judge Marlon Polk said:
"Given that this court finds that there can never be service effectuated on the named defendant this action will be dismissed with prejudice,"
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