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Memory Lane: "1988"

A cache by Going out to play
Hidden : 7/23/2012
In Tennessee, United States
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

What are your memories from the 80's?

This is a series of completely useless, but fun trivia!!!

Now, get out there and play!! :)

"The Quotes"
"Senator, you are no Jack Kennedy"
- Lloyd Bentson to Dan Quayle

"Read my lips: "No new taxes"
- Presidential Candidate George Bush

"Just do it"
-Nike

"It’s everywhere you want to be"
- Visa

"I'm not bad- I'm just drawn that way"
- Jessica Rabbit

The Scandals:

Barbara Hershey had collagen injected into her lips, a new scandalous thing at the time. There was a false rumor that, while flying in an airplane, her lips swelled and blew up. We were so naive back then.

Rob and Fab, Milli Vanilli's frontmen didn't really sing, although they were considered good looking guys who could lip sync rather well.

The Lockerbie, Scotland airplane bombing, ordered by Lybia killed 270 people.

The Shroud of Turin had radiocarbon tests indicated that it was from the 13th or 14th century. It should be noted that it had been repaired, even through a fire over the past 2000 (or 600) years.

Nerd News:
Doppler radar was invented by Christian Andreas Doppler.

Snapple lemon-flavored iced tea was distributed.

The Soviet Union became a bit freerer when Mikhail Gorbachov introduced 'glasnost' - allowing political expression and dissent.

Table Tennis (Ping Pong) became an Olympic Sport.

CDs out-sold vinyl records for the first time.

Seventh Generation's nontoxic, environmentally safe household products began to be marketed.


1988 History, Fun Facts,Trivia and Year in Review
World Series Champions: Los Angeles Dodgers
Superbowl XXII Champions: Washington Redskins
NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
Stanley Cup Champs: Edmonton Oilers
U.S. Open Golf Curtis Strange
U.S. Tennis: (Men/Ladies) Mats Wilander/Steffi Graf
Wimbledon (Men/Women): Stefan Edberg/Steffi Graf
NCAA Football Champions: Notre Dame
NCAA Basketball Champions: Kansas
Kentucky Derby: Winning Colors
Sports Highlights:
The Hotties and Fashion Icons: Elle Macpherson
The Heartthrob(s):
"The Quotes"
"Senator, you are no Jack Kennedy"
- Lloyd Bentson to Dan Quayle

"Read my lips: no new taxes"
- Presidential Candidate George Bush

"Just do it"
-Nike

"It’s everywhere you want to be"
- Visa

"I'm not bad- I'm just drawn that way"
- Jessica Rabbit

Time Magazine's Planet of the Year 'The Endangered' Earth
Miss America: Kaye Lani Rae Rafko (Monroe, MI)
Miss USA: Courtney Gibbs (Texas)
The Scandals:





Television evangelist Jimmy Swaggart was photographed in series of hook-ups with prostitutes.

Barbara Hershey had collagen injected into her lips, a new scandalous thing at the time. There was a false rumor that, while flying in an airplane, her lips swelled and blew up. We were so naive back then.

Rob and Fab, Milli Vanilli's frontmen didn't really sing, although they were considered good looking guys who could lip sync rather well. They were also smooth stage dancers.

The Lockerbie, Scotland airplane bombing, ordered by Lybia killed 270 people.

The Shroud of Turin had radiocarbon tests indicated that it was from the 13th or 14th century. It should be noted that it had been repaired, even through a fire over the past 2000 (or 600) years.

The U.S.S. Vincennes accidently shot down an Iranian civilian arliner, killng 290 people.

Nerd News:
Doppler radar was invented by Christian Andreas Doppler.

Snapple lemon-flavored iced tea was distributed.

The Soviet Union became a bit freerer when Mikhail Gorbachov introduced 'glasnost' - allowing political expression and dissent.

Table Tennis (Ping Pong) became an Olympic Sport.

CDs out-sold vinyl records for the first time.

Seventh Generation's nontoxic, environmentally safe household products began to be marketed.

Cost of a Superbowl ad in 1988: $645,000

The Habit:
1st appearances & 1988's Most Popular Christmas gifts, toys and presents: Scattergories
Best Film Oscar Winner: Rain Man
The Big Movies:
1. Rain Man
2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
3. Coming To America
4. Big
5. Twins
6. Crocodile Dundee II
7. Die Hard
8. The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad
9. Cocktail
10. Beetlejuice

1988 Most Popular TV shows:
1. The Cosby Show (NBC)
2. A Different World (NBC)
3. Cheers (NBC)
4. The Golden Girls (NBC)
5. Growing Pains (ABC)
6. Who's the Boss? (ABC)
7. Night Court (NBC)
8. 60 Minutes (CBS)
9. Murder, She Wrote (CBS)
10. Alf (NBC)

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