Paul Gray (American musician) Birthday, Date of Birth

Paul Gray (American musician)

Paul Dedrick Gray (April 8, 1972 – May 24, 2010) also known as the Pig or by his number #2, was an American musician best known as the former bassist, backing vocalist, songwriter and one of the founding members of the Grammy Award-winning heavy metal band Slipknot.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Saturday, April 8, 1972
Place of Birth
Los Angeles
Age
49
Star Sign

The April 8, 1972 was a Saturday under the star sign of . It was the 98 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 49 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, April 8, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, April 8, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 17,901 days, or about 429,631 hours, or about 25,777,883 minutes, or about 1,546,673,008 seconds.

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8th of April 1972 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on April 8, 1972

GRAVEL-CASE BRIEF GOES TO HIGH COURT

Date: 09 April 1972

Justice Dept on Apr 8 submits argument that Sen Gravel was not protected by Cong immunity when he published his version of Pentagon papers through Beacon Press; says Const clause protects only s or debate in either house and does not provide any immunity for private republication of such s or debate; dept appeals to lower ct's refusal to require Gravel aide L S Rodberg to testify about papers before Boston Fed grand jury

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Attacks on Sato Grow in Document Case

Date: 09 April 1972

By JOHN M. LEE

Japanese Premier Sato comes under increased attack for his handling of case in which newsman T Nishiyama has been jailed for obtaining secret Govt documents on Okinawa's reversion to Japan; Sato had declared that there is no unlimited freedom for news media and that Nishiyama, Mainichi Shimbun reporter, violated code of newspaper ethics; became emotional as he replied to persistent questioning on issue in Parliament; Japanese press has been joined by legal assns, intellectuals, opposition politicians and even members of Sato's own Cabinet in accusing him of abridging press freedom; Min Fukuda's statement, in Parliament, that documents classified top secret should not be divulged raises storm of protest from opposition legislators who charge Govt would them stamp all unfavorable documents as top secret; Sato modifies his postion by end of wk by saying Govt is ready to accept any public criticism on its attitude toward secret documents

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JOURNALISM GROUP HONORS THE TIMES

Date: 09 April 1972

Sigma Delta Chi awards to N Sheehan (NY Times) for his reportage of Pentagon papers, and P Arnett and B Gavzer (AP)

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PRESS IS CRITICIZED ON NUCLEAR POWER

Date: 09 April 1972

Special to The New York Times

Wis Univ researchers J E Ross and S Jenkins say newspapers did not provide public with adequate information on policy considerations when many nuclear power plants were being planned from '66 to mid-'69; say coverage tended to be event-oriented, while neglecting underlying issues

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Glasses With Lasers to Aid Blind; Glasses Are Fitted With Lasers To Help Blind Detect Obstacles

Date: 08 April 1972

By STACY V. JONESSpecial to The New York Times

Stacy JONESSpecial

J M Benjamin Jr of Bionic Industries Inc receives patent for spectacles fitted with lasers that enable blind to 'see' obstacles ahead; spectacles, which are still in laboratory stage, described; Benjamin is co-inventor of laser cane that enables blind to detect objects; both cane and spectacles are owned by VA, in whose behalf co has been working for 15 yrs on electronic mobility aids for blind; canes are being tested by 10 blind veterans

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Rusk Bids U.S. Face 'Bad News' in Vietnam

Date: 09 April 1972

D Rusk says, Apr 8, US pub should be prepared for 'bad news' as Hanoi continues its offensive, s, Decatur, Ga; says those who urged Nixon to get the troops out of Vietnam as soon as possible will blame him if mil situation goes bad

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Channel 13 Experiments In Move to Reach People

Date: 08 April 1972

By JOHN CORRY

John CORRY

WNET, in effort to improve ratings, is experimenting with formats of Behind the Lines and 51st State news programs; producers comment

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Joseph B. Agnelli, 69, Dies; News Syndicate Executive

Date: 09 April 1972

Agnelli, Joseph B

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FRANKLYN J. ADAMS

Date: 08 April 1972

Special to The New York Times

Adams, Franklyn, J

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Mills Sees Open Convention

Date: 09 April 1972

Repr Mills, on Apr 8, predicts that most delegates to Dem Natl Conv will be uncommitted, news conf attended by Kan Gov Docking and Repr Roy, Topeka

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