doppelganger \DOP-uhl-gang-uhr\, noun:
- A ghostly double or counterpart of a living person.
- Alter ego; double.
Doppelganger is from the German doppel, "double" + Gänger, "goer."
- This happens when nerds like words so much, they are sexually excited by them.
When Kevin took his SAT, he was sent into logophilia by the critical reading section.
- National Weather Service: then known as the United States Weather Bureau, was founded under the US Army Signal Corps; it used to alert fruit growers to the approach of stormy weather by telegraph (1870)
- Volley Ball was invented by W.G. Morgan (1895)
- Davis Cup: international tennis competition was played for the first time; its donor, Dwight F. Davis, won (1900)
- Hollywood Walk of Fame: the first embedded star was awarded, honoring Joanne Woodward (1960)
- The Beatles: the Fab Four appeared for the first time on The Ed Sullivan Show (1964)
- Satchel Paige: became the first Negro League player elected into Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame (1971)
- George Ade 1866
- Amy Lowell 1874
- Ronald Colman 1891
- Brian Donlevy 1899
- Charles Shaughnessy 1955
- Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) 1960
- Travis Tritt 1963
- Julie Warner 1965
- Dannie Leigh 1970
Tom Hiddleston 1981 (Loki)