Apparently, it’s ALWAYS the Age of Aquarius, and January babies rule the world.
????(vo) 2 over 2b??Seriously, USA Today points to a Journal of Social Sciences study suggesting those with the zodiac sign Aquarius — ????(vo) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ua0iO-JQwAg 3 -- write dates on screen/4??Aka a b-day from January 21st through February 20th… are the most likely to see their name up in lights — Fame-style.????4 SOT “somebody’s gonna make it out there, why can’t it be me”????(vo) 5a-d??Sorry buddy, but you’re a Libra.
No, we’re talking Oprah, Harry Styles and Jennifer Aniston.
????(vo) 6??And it’s not just fame — a study of the S&P 500 suggests January is one of the 5 biggest months for CEO birthdays…????(vo) 7??While UK office of National Statistics research showed children with January birthdays are likelier to become doctors.????(vo) 8??Well, that and debt collectors, but that’s not as cool.????(vo) 9/10??Both Outliers author Malcolm Gladwell and Dr. Adrian Barnett from Queensland University of Technology talked about the phenomenon of athletes with early birthdays having a leg up…????(vo) 11??According to Science Daily, Barnett said, "If you were born in January, you have almost 12 months' growth ahead of your classmates born late in the year…”????(vo) 12??Saying a New Year’s Eve birthday vs.
A New Year’s Day one could “have a huge effect on your life.”????(vo) 13a-c side by side (all three are PCN/Avalon, but one credit works)??And the early birthday thing seemed to work out great for Michael Jordan, Cristiano Ronaldo and Isaiah Thomas…????(vo) 14a/b??So if you REALLY wanted to be like Mike, but it didn’t work out — well, blame your parents… or your inability to dunk.??