Mike Dirnt Birthday, Date of Birth

Mike Dirnt

Michael Ryan Pritchard (born May 4, 1972), known professionally as Mike Dirnt, is an American musician, songwriter, and singer. He is best known as the co-founder, bassist, backing and occasional lead vocalist of Green Day. He has also played in several other bands, including The Frustrators. His stage name was originally a nickname that his friends from grade school gave him, as he constantly played "air bass" and made a "dirnt, dirnt, dirnt" noise while pretending to pluck the strings.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, May 4, 1972
Place of Birth
Berkeley
Age
49
Star Sign

The May 4, 1972 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 124 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 Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 0 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in 364 days. You have lived for 17,897 days, or about 429,546 hours, or about 25,772,761 minutes, or about 1,546,365,687 seconds.

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4th of May 1972 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on May 4, 1972

SILENCE BACKED ON PENTAGON CASE; Court Blocks Jury's Asking Scholar for His 'Opinion'

Date: 04 May 1972

By ROBERT REINHOLD

Robert REINHOLD

US Ct of Appeals bars on May 3 Fed grand jury from asking Prof S L Popkin in Pentagon papers case to disclose his 'opinion' about who possessed papers before their pub in June '71; ruling comes on appeal from Popkin who was sentenced for contempt for refusing to discuss his opinions or source of opinions; ct stresses ruling does not necessarily free all grand jury witnesses from giving their opinions; Judge F Coffin says ct supports in part Popkin's const contention that scholarly sources should be protected in same way news sources have been in some cases

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U.S. Reported to Apologize For Bombing of Tass Office

Date: 04 May 1972

USSR protests to US over May 2 bombing of Tass office in Washington, DC and receives apology from asst deputy sec of state

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Why U.S.I.A. Made 'Czechoslovakia 1968'

Date: 04 May 1972

ROBERT H. LEEPER

Robert LEEPER

USIA Acting Asst Dir R H Leeper lr disputes Prof C E Townsend Apr 23 lr questioning purpose of agency's film Czechoslovakia 1968; says film was made under '63 mission directive to agency to 'encourage constructive public support abroad for goal of peaceful world community of free and ind states'

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INQUIRY IN UGANDA TOLD OF DEATHS; Deserter Implicates Himself in Case of Lost Americans

Date: 04 May 1972

Ugandan Lt S Tibihika testifies on May 3 before comm of inquiry that he helped dispose of bodies of N Stroh and R Siedle, who were allegedly killed by Ugandan troops July '71, affidavit; describes circumstances surrounding disappearance and killing of 2 men; says he was instructed to burn their car and later to dispose of bodies and destroy evidence

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Networks Said to Keep Escape Plane Near Hue

Date: 04 May 1972

3 major US broadcast networks reptdly charter a plane as an escape vehicle for their news crews in Hue; NBC news bur mgr R Toombs gives details on plan

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Head of House Unit Bids Nixon Delay Secrecy Rule

Date: 04 May 1972

Repr Moorhead on May 3 asks Pres Nixon to postpone indefinitely June 1 effective date of new Exec order on classification of documents because of inherent defects and lack of adequate time to fully implement it; says Nixon must act promptly to prevent 'further chaotic conditions' that could adversely affect US Natl defense and foreign policy; says delay would give Cong chance to consider statutory alternative that Moorhead plans to present

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Times's Pulitzer Prize Is Criticized by Agnew

Date: 04 May 1972

Special to The New York Times

Vice Pres Agnew s at dedication of Strom Thurmond Student Center at Baptist Coll at Charleston, May 3

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Stronger Voice Urged for Publishers

Date: 05 May 1972

By HENRY RAYMONTSpecial to The New York Times

Random House pres and Assn of Amer Publishers chmn R L Bernstein says it is time for US publishers to 'speak out to protect the freedom to publish' where that freedom is challenged, assn's annual meeting, May 4; assn's Freedom to Read Com holds public discussion on attempts by Beacon Press to enjoin Fed Govt endeavor to prosecute Beacon editors for publishing 4-vol edition of Pentagon Papers; Goodman recommends intensive effort be made to use mass media to acquaint broader spectrum of public with available books, suggesting TV as tool; is supported by E M Korry who is apptd pres of Assn of Amer Publishers effective Jul 1

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F.D.A. ACTS TO END POLICY OF SECRECY AND OPEN ITS FILES; 90% of Documents on Food and Drug Testing Would Be Available to the Public A COMPLETE REVERSAL 60 Days Set for Comments on Proposal Before Final Statement Is Published F.D.A. Is Acting to End Policy Of Secrecy and Open Its Files

Date: 05 May 1972

By HAROLD M. SCHMECK Jr.Special to The New York Times

FDA announces on May 4 plans to make available to public most of its voluminous data, transforming agency from among most secretive of Fed civilian agencies to among most open; under new policy, data will be available on safety and efficacy of thousands of products, adverse reactions to drugs and on results of factory and food plant inspections; FDA has been under pressure recently from news media and consumer advocates to liberalize its disclosure policies; lrs to FDA from businessmen and members of Cong will no longer be held confidential; P Hutt, FDA gen counsel, says that prior policy, which conferred confidential status on more than 90% of documents, will be changed to open status of all but 10% to public inspection; final statement will have force of FDA regulation in compliance with Freedom of Information Act; indus has been given 180 days to make case for keeping confidential specific data on drugs for which licensing was sought in past through new drug applications; Hutt estimates there are files on approximately 17,000 new drug applications; new policy will give interested persons access to data from these applications provided it does not reveal legitimate trade secrets of money value to owner; FDA Comr Edwards says that use of data can help eliminate duplication of costly scientific research; says FDA does not intend to make public any data from mfrs that will give competitors unfair advantage or reduce incentives for research by indus; confidential material will be maintained for mfg methods, formulas, commercial and financial information; policy places burden of proof on indus to show why some data should be kept confidential; data on drugs still under investigation will remain confidential; policy on food additives and food coloring materials will call for public accessibility 'unless extraordinary circumstances are shown'; information on plant inspections will be made available in summary form although inspectors' repts and other intra-agency communications will kept confidential; files will be kept confidential in cases where FDA is making investigation that might lead to legal action; data on adverse reactions to drugs and other products will be available only in forms designed to keep identities of individual patients and drs safe from disclosure; in cases of voluntary disclosure of adverse drug reactions, individual who provided information will have option of withdrawing it if he does not agree with FDA's decision of confidentiality

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State Cable TV Regulation Approved by the Assembly

Date: 05 May 1972

By FRANCIS X. CLINESSpecial to The New York Times

Francis CLINESSpecial

NYS Assembly debates on complaints that newspaper officials are lobbying against clause in bill that would limit their ability to invest in CATV; I J Landes reads into debate record story in May 4 issue of Newsday in which unnamed legis sources rept intense lobbying by newspaper owners, including Times-Mirror Co, NY Times, Buffalo Courier-Express and Newhouse papers; NY Times vp Goddale denies paper is involved

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