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1979 - The Other Stu's 40th Birthday Series

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Hidden : 09/18/2011
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

These caches have been set to celebrate my 40th Birthday. One for every year of my life. The cache container is:
round, long, thin and clear

Milk is 15p a pint (and its gone up by more than 10%) and its the International Year of the Child

In music: Message in a Bottle from The Police is Stu's birthday number one; the best selling single of the year is Art Garfunkel with Bright Eyes, which knocked I will Survive off the top spot ... not that you'd believe considering which one is more popular at parties these days! Pink Floyd took the Christmas number one with Another Brick in the Wall (Part II).

Also in 1979: a nudist beach was established in Brighton; it snowed in the Sahara; Margaret Thatcher becomes the first female prime minister; Star Trek: The Motion Picture premieres; McDonald's introduces the Happy Meal.

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