september 1987


Daniel Jacob Radcliffe / Born 23 July 1989 / English actor / “I’ve never been one of the cool people at school, but then again, I don’t get the people who are cool. It’s not that I don’t like them, it’s just that they don’t interest me.”

Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson / Born 15 April 1990 / British actress, model, and activist / “I don’t want other people to decide who I am. I want to decide that for myself.”

Rupert Alexander Lloyd Grint / Born 24 August 1988 / English actor / “I don’t know if I’m good enough to have a long career. I’ve got a bit of an inferiority complex about my acting. My self-esteem is quite low.”

Thomas Andrew “Tom” Felton / Born 22 September 1987 / English actor / “I’m generally more and more in my comfort zone in the wild.”

Panic! At The Disco

Ryan Ross

birthday : 30 august 1986

role in panic! : singer/songwriter/guitarist

years active : 2004 - 2009

• also after left panic! formed a new band named ‘The young veins’ with Jon Walker and other members.

Brendon Urie

birthday : 12 april 1987

role in panic! : singer

years active : 2004 - present

Jon Walker

birthday : 17 september 1985

role in panic! : bassist

years active : 2006 - 2009

• also after left panic! formed a new band named ‘The young veins’ with Ryan Ross and other members.

Spencer Smith

birthday : 2 september 1987

role in panic! : drummer

years active : 2004 - 2015

Brent Wilson

birthday : don’t care

role in panic! : annoying

years active : too many

tour based contributors :

Dallon Weekes

birthday : 4 may 1981

role in panic! : bassist, keyboardist, backing vocalist

years active : 2009 - present

Kenneth Harris

birthday : 29 october 1980

role in panic! : guitarist

years active : 2013 - present

Dan Powlovich

birthday : february 27 1987

role in panic! : drummer

years active 2010 - 1015

• filled in when Spencer Smith departed in 2009

Ian Crawford

birthday : 29 september 1988

role in panic! : guitarist

years active : 2009 - 2012

Bartram Nason

birthday : unknown

role in panic! : cello, keyboardist, electronic drums, percussion

years active : 2006 - 2008

Eric Ronick

birthday : unknown

role in panic! : keyboardist, organ

years active : 2006 - 2008

Jesse Mollay

birthday : unknown

role in panic! : saxophone

years active : 2016 - present

Erm Navarro

birthday : unknown

role in panic! : trombone

years active : 2016 - present

Chris Bautista

birthday : unknown

role in panic! : trumpet

years active : 2016 - present

{got the idea to make this from @panictheatdisco_ on instagram since they handwrote a table with some of this information ye+ tell me if i missed anyone/thing}

The Goiânia accident

The Goiânia accident was a radioactive contamination accident that occurred on September 13, 1987, at Goiânia, in the Brazilian state of Goiás, after an old radiotherapy source was stolen from an abandoned hospital site in the city. It was subsequently handled by many people, resulting in four deaths. About 112,000 people were examined for radioactive contamination and 249 were found to have significant levels of radioactive material in or on their bodies.

In the cleanup operation, topsoil had to be removed from several sites, and several houses were demolished. All the objects from within those houses were removed and examined. Time magazine has identified the accident as one of the world’s “worst nuclear disasters” and the International Atomic Energy Agency called it “one of the world’s worst radiological incidents”.

What follows in a incredible series of events motivated purely out of ignorance, childish wonder and greed, and the dire consequences this brought to the people involved and the city as a whole:

The accident began when two thieves, Roberto dos Santos Alves and Wagner Mota Pereira, broke into the abandoned and partially demolished Instituto Goiano de Radioterapia (IGR), where they came across a caesium-137-based teletherapy unit.

 They partially disassembled the unit, and placed the source assembly – which they thought might have some scrap value – in a wheelbarrow, taking it to Alves’s home, and once there, they began dismantling the equipment. That same evening, they both began to vomit. Nevertheless, they continued in their efforts. The following day, Pereira began to experience diarrhea and dizziness and his left hand began to swell. He soon developed a burn on this hand in the same size and shape as the aperture – he eventually had partial amputation of several fingers. 

On September 15, Pereira visited a local clinic where his symptoms were diagnosed as the result of something he had eaten, and he was told to return home and rest. Alves, however, continued with his efforts to dismantle the equipment. In the course of this effort, he eventually freed the caesium capsule from its protective rotating head. His prolonged exposure to the radioactive material led to his right forearm becoming ulcerated, requiring amputation.

On September 16, Alves succeeded in puncturing the capsule’s aperture window with a screwdriver, allowing him to see a deep blue light coming from the tiny opening he had created. He inserted the screwdriver and successfully scooped out some of the glowing substance. Thinking it was perhaps a type of gunpowder, he tried to light it, but the powder would not ignite.

On September 18, Alves sold the items to a nearby scrapyard. That night, Devair Alves Ferreira, the owner of the scrapyard, noticed the blue glow from the punctured capsule. Thinking the capsule’s contents were valuable or even supernatural, he immediately brought it into his house. Over the next three days, he invited friends and family to view the strange glowing substance.

On September 21 at the scrapyard, one of Ferreira’s friends succeeded in freeing several rice-sized grains of the glowing material from the capsule using a screwdriver; Alves Ferreira began to share some of them with various friends and family members. That same day, his wife, 37-year-old Gabriela Maria Ferreira, began to fall ill. On September 25, 1987, Devair Alves Ferreira sold the scrap metal to a second scrapyard.

The day before the sale to the second scrapyard, on September 24, Ivo, Devair’s brother, successfully scraped some additional dust out of the source and took it to his house a short distance away. There he spread some of it on the cement floor. His six-year-old daughter, Leide das Neves Ferreira, later ate a sandwich while sitting on this floor. She was also fascinated by the blue glow of the powder, applying it to her body and showing it off to her mother. Dust from the powder fell on the sandwich she was consuming; she eventually absorbed 1.0 GBq, total dose 6.0 Gy, more than a fatal dose even with treatment.

Gabriela Maria Ferreira had been the first to notice that many people around her had become severely ill at the same time.

On September 28, 1987 — 15 days after the item was found — she reclaimed the materials from the rival scrapyard and transported them to a hospital. Because the remains of the source were kept in a plastic bag, the level of contamination at the hospital was low.

In the morning of September 29, 1987 a visiting medical physicist used a scintillation counter to confirm the presence of radioactivity and persuaded the authorities to take immediate action. The city, state, and national governments were all aware of the incident by the end of the day.

News of the radiation incident was broadcast on local, national, and international media. Within days, nearly 130,000 people swarmed local hospitals concerned that they might have been exposed. Of those, 250 were indeed found to be contaminated— some with radioactive residue still on their skin— through the use of Geiger counters. Eventually, 20 people showed signs of radiation sickness and required treatment.

Ages in years are given, with dosages listed in grays (Gy).


  • Leide das Neves Ferreira, age 6 (6.0 Gy), was the daughter of Ivo Ferreira. When an international team arrived to treat her, she was discovered confined to an isolated room in the hospital because the hospital staff were afraid to go near her. She gradually experienced swelling in the upper body, hair loss, kidney and lung damage, and internal bleeding. She died on October 23, 1987, of “septicemia and generalized infection” at the Marcilio Dias Navy Hospital, in Rio de Janeiro. She was buried in a common cemetery in Goiânia, in a special fiberglass coffin lined with lead to prevent the spread of radiation. Despite these measures, news of her impending burial caused a riot of more than 2,000 people in the cemetery on the day of her burial, all fearing that her corpse would poison the surrounding land. Rioters tried to prevent her burial by using stones and bricks to block the cemetery roadway. She was buried despite this interference.
  • Gabriela Maria Ferreira, aged 37 (5.7 Gy), wife of junkyard owner Devair Ferreira, became sick about three days after coming into contact with the substance. Her condition worsened, and she developed internal bleeding, especially in the limbs, eyes, and digestive tract, and suffered from hair loss. She died October 23, 1987, about a month after exposure.
  • Israel Baptista dos Santos, aged 22 (4.5 Gy), was an employee of Devair Ferreira who worked on the radioactive source primarily to extract the lead. He developed serious respiratory and lymphatic complications, was eventually admitted to hospital, and died six days later on October 27, 1987.
  • Admilson Alves de Souza, aged 18 (5.3 Gy), was also an employee of Devair Ferreira who worked on the radioactive source. He developed lung damage, internal bleeding, and heart damage, and died October 18, 1987.

Devair Ferreira himself survived despite receiving 7 Gy of radiation. He died in 1994 of cirrhosis aggravated by depression and binge drinking.



Keith Haring, William S. Burroughs and John Giorno in Lawrence, Kansas, 1987.

In September of 1987 a group of visionary poets, artists, and performers representative of the cultural and literary movement known as the Beat Generation gathered in Lawrence, Kansas for a week-long literary festival of readings and diverse activities.

MKIT RAIN facts / profile
  • MKIT RAIN is a Los Angeles based hip hop label established in January 2016.
  • MKIT RAIN artists create hip hop songs influenced by both their Korean and American nationalities.
  • Nafla and Loopy created the label and then asked Bloo and Owen to join.


  • His real name is Nicholas Choi.
  • He was born on February 28 1992.
  • He is from Pasadena .
  • He is member of both MKIT RAIN and 42.
  • He is 162-165cm.
  • He has an eyebrow piercing.
  • He has collaborated with artists like Babylon, Dumbfoundead, Dynamic Duo and Woo Tae Woon.
  • He would like to collaborate with Frank Ocean.
  • He went to university with Killagramz. They used to exchange messages through Facebook.
  • If he wasn’t in MKIT Rain, he would like to be signed in 1llionaire.
  • He lives in the studio. (I’m not sure about this and even if it was, it is from an interview in 2016, so it might have changed).
  • Nafla was involved in a diss with CJamm. Neil (who was in the same crew as him, Young Creation) dissed CJamm and somehow Nafla got involved. It was nothing serious and there weren’t any bad feelings afterwards.
  • Nafla has a lot of respect for Just Music, specially for Swings and Vasco.
  • His top 5 favourite rappers (2016): #1Gaeko, #2 Beenzino, #3 E-sens, #4 Lobsta, and #5 G-dragon.


  • His real name is Lee Jinyoung.
  • He was born on September 9 1987.
  • He is from Seoul.
  • He is 172 cm.
  • He skates.
  • He has several tattoos: Louis Vuitton logo on his face, the word “goldie” on his neck, and a rain drop on his head.
  • He has collaborated with artists like Dumbfoundead, Code Kunst and Dope’Doug.
  • He had his first solo concert on May 20 2017.
  • He likes Drake and Kendrick Lamar.
  • He originally wanted to be a producer, but when he was in LA he though why not be a rapper, so he started working on in and dropped his first mixtape.
  • He said he wanted a cool name and a name that people can remember easily. The name “Loopy” came first from a character’s name, Loopy / Luffy from One Piece, who has an incredible punch, which can be related to Loopy’s rap which is powerful; but it also came from the English word “looping”. With “looping” he wants to say that his flow will make your head spin.
  • He lives with his family. (This is from an interview in 2016, so it might have changed).
  • He calls Nafla, “Fla”.
  • After he released “King Loopy” MyunDo dissed him, Loopy responded with “Me”, MyunDo dropped “L for Loser” and, after a while, they got over it and the story ended.
  • E-Sens is one of his role-models.
  • His top 5 favourite rappers (2016): #1Nafla, #2 Beenzino, #3 B-free, #4 Okasian, and #5 E-sens; he also added Nucksal.
  • He has a lot of respect for those who participate in SMTM.


  • His Korean name is Kim Hyeunwoong and his English name is Daniel Kim.
  • He was born on October 12 1994.
  • He was born in Korea and moved to Los Angeles.
  • He is member of both MKIT RAIN and 42.
  • He is 170-172cm.
  • He likes shopping.
  • He likes spicy food.
  • He would like to collaborate with Jennie from Blackpink.
  • He likes Kanye West and A$AP.
  • He likes old school hip hop, artists like Tupac, 50 Cent and Biggie.
  • He has several tattoos: crescent moon on his chest, a cross in a circle on his finger, “peaky” (from Peaky Blinders) and a G with a Gothic font on his right arm, flowers and Michael Archangel (this is supposition) on his left arm, “cook” (skins character) on his right hand.
  • He is friends (or at least knows) with Harin Lee, CL’s younger sister.
  • He lives with his family. (This is from an interview in 2016, so it might have changed).
  • He has a birthmark on his cheek.


  • His Korean name is Kim Hyunwoo and his English name is Owen Kim.
  • He was born on October 13 1991.
  • He was born in Seoul but moved to New Jersey.
  • He went back to Korea in 2005.
  • He is 178cm.
  • He likes and plays videogames like World of Warcraft.
  • He played basketball.
  • He is a Christian.
  • He studied English in the University.
  • He has a nostril piercing.
  • He has several tattoos: Make it, rain and drops on the middle and index finger of his right hand, Fort Lee New Jersey, 201 and praying hands on his neck.
  • He participated on SMTM3 and SMTM4.
  • He was contacted by Naflla after seeing him on SMTM3.
  • He has a duo with pH-1, called Sous Chefs.
  • His track City was produced by Groovy Room and the MV includes recordings of fans around the world.
  • His track 11 in the morning was produced by Groovy Room and mastered by The Quiett.
  • The Quiett helped him producing his firt album, P.O.E.M.
  • He has collaborated with artists like Dumbfoundead, Ja Mezz, Paloalto, Okasian and Giriboy.
  • Before being a rapper, he wanted to be a vet.
  • His brother is a producer.
  • He lives in the studio. (This is from an interview in 2016, so it might have changed).


  • His real name is Koo Youngwoo.
  • He was born on November 24th 1994.
  • He is from Los Angeles.
  • He is member of MKIT RAIN and 42.
  • He is 182cm.


  • She is MKIT RAIN’s DJ.


  • He was born in 1992.
  • Producer (I’m not sure if he belongs exclusively to MKIT RAIN).


  • He is MKIT RAIN’s manager.
  • He lives in the studio. (This is from an interview in 2016, so it might have changed).


PD: notes in italics are not confirmed, or I’m not sure about them. Feel free to send more info or tell me if anything is wrong or needs to be updated! I would really appreciate your help! :)

These facts are mainly from interviews, IG lives and @fy-mkitrain, make sure you check out their page, it’s amazing!