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Kristin Yates

on 11 February 2013

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1992 International Space Year:
"Mission to Planet Earth" Technology Culture Politics Education January 7: AT&T releases video
telephone January 22: Space Shuttle "Discovery 15" launches into space March 22: Space Shuttle "Atlantis" takes off
from Cape Canaveral to study global warming April 7: 1, 300 computer viruses already in existence May 5: Space Shuttle "Endeavor" successful May 13: 3 astronauts walk in space
simultaneously for the first time in history May 20: Radio Shack releases the first personal
computers, the M2500 XL/2 and M4020 SX June 28: Windows releases Microsoft 3.1 December 12: DAME (The Dark Avenger Mutation Engine) that turns viruses into polymorphic viruses is created Nirvana U2 The Cure Kiss Bon Jovi Eric Clapton Metallica Michael Jackson Top 10 Songs: 1. "End Of The Road" by Boyz II Men
2. "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix A-lot
3. "Jump" by Kriss Kross
4. "Save The Best For Last" by Vanessa Williams
5. "Baby-Baby-Baby" by TLC
6. "Tears In Heaven" by Eric Clapton
7. "My Lovin(You're Never Gonna Get It)" by En Vogue
8. "Under The Bridge" by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
9. "All 4 Love" by Color Me Bad
10. "Just Another Day" by John Secada February 1: President of the US, George H. W. Bush, and President of Russia, Boris Yeltsin, formally declare that the Cold War is over February 6: US demands that
chlorofluocarbons be removed faster April 5: 500,000 people march in Washington, DC
to support abortion rights in the case of
Planned Parenthood v. Casey May 19: 27th Amendment ratified, prohibiting Congress
from raising its salary June 30: First pay toilets open in the US open in
NYC for 25 cents October 11: First 3-way Presidential debate with
Bush, Clinton, and Perot November 3: Bill Clinton defeated George H. W. Bush, becoming the 42nd President of the US December 27: 13th United Negro College
Fund raises $11,000,000 Eric Houston, a former student at Lindhurst High School,
killed 3 students and 1 teacher while wounding 10 others at Lindhurst High School Main Subjects (K-12): English
Science Elementary School: What school was like... Grades K-5 Middle School: Grades 6-8 High School Grades 9-12 According to commercials... What school was like... -Preparation for the "real" world or college, meaning that you either pass or fail each grade
-Standardized tests
-Agrarian calendar ----> 8 hours a day (7:00am-3:30pm, depending on the school)
-Elective courses to entertain children Common Slang of the 90s: "All That" = Something that has everyone's attention
"Bling Bling" = Nice jewelry
"Dawg" = Friend or acquaintance
"Dope" = Something cool or nice
"My bad" = An apology
"Oh snap" = Uh-oh
"Talk to the hand" = I don't want to talk to you
"Word" = I agree By: Kristin Yates
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