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The Journey Through The 80s
Transcript of The Journey Through The 80s
the hippest or coolest decade of all times. Welcome to the
journey of the 80's! Fashion Entertainment Go!! Sports Nom Nom Music The 80's The journey
through the 80's Dizziness Lifestyle Booom! boom! World News Events Friends buddy? U.S News Events The WHO! Science and Technology Would you go back to the 80s?I would because during that period of time everything was cool and on a high tide.The 80s might've had some bumps in the road with wars and stuff.Other than that the 80s were a fabulous period of time to be or live in.So if you wanna go back to the 80s i'm your main women! Conclusion Bibliography The lips plump and fuller lips became the new
"in thing" with fat injections. Prrr Faux fur was created to prevent
animal slaughter and became very fashionable. Little short Mini skirts were the most fashionable thing
out there, but the shorter the better. Shoulder to Shoulder Shoulder pads were consider the best of the
top 10 1980s trends in the year 2010. Brrr... Leg warmers were used to keep
the your legs warm and to show off to
the other ladies. Huge is The Way to Be Huge earrings were very fashionable,if
your earrings did not touch your shoulders
then they weren't big enough. Fingerless From romance enthusiasts to punk-rock fans,
fingerless gloves were popular with quite a variety of 80s genres. Parachute Parachute pants started off skin tight and ended up baggier than a potato sack. Members Only If you didn’t have a members only jacket, you were instantly labeled a dork and you could forget about getting in with the “in” crowd. Stretchy While many of these 1980s fashions are making their way back on the scene and into our stores, the stretch pants/stirrup pants is one of the many that have had the most sales. CNN CNN, founded by Ted Turner, was broadcasted worldwide.(1980) MTV MTV was born on August 1.(1981) M*A*S*H 125 million people were glued to their television sets as the all-time favorite sitcom M*A*S*H aired its last episode.(1983) Burn baby Burn! Michael Jackson suffered from serious burn injuries while shooting for a Pepsi commercial.(1984) really?videos Video tapping movies for personal, home-viewing purpose were legally permitted henceforth by the Supreme Court.(1984) Oprah! The famous 'Oprah Winfrey Show' was born as the show, 'A. M. Chicago' renamed itself.(1986) Hey Yo Fox! Fox TV began regular broadcasting.(1987) TNT 'TNT' was started by Ted Turner(1988) Satanic Salman Rushdie's 'Satanic Verses': The infamous novel was published during this year, sparking controversy like wildfire.(1989) TMNT!! I LOVE YOU! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The super hit game developed by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System was launched during this year.(1989) Summer Olympic Games was held at Moscow, USSR. This event was boycotted by over 60 countries, US being the foremost to this protest.(1980)
Winter Olympic Games were held at Lake Placid, USA.(1980)
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali retired after completing 20 successful years as a professional boxer. His failing health was the prime factor behind his retirement.(1981) Placid? Bye Muhammad Ali Commonwealth Games took place in Brisbane.(1982)
Super Bowl played in Pontiac was won by San Francisco 49ers.(1982)
Super Bowl played at Pasadena was won by Washington Redskins.(1983)
Summer Olympic Games were held in Los Angeles, USA. Many countries boycotted this event, primarily the Soviet Union.(1984) Brisbane 49ERS Them RedSkins Its just Games
The first event of WrestleMania was at Madison Square Garden, New York. While almost 20,000 people showed up to watch it live, over 1 million people viewed it on television.(1985)
Defeating Trevor Berbick at the age of 20, Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight boxing champion.(1986)
Super Bowl played at New Orleans was won by Chicago.(1986) Lets Wrestle Mike tyson gonna knock you out Chicago ,again? The song Another One Bites The Dust by Queen came out in 1980.This song hit the charts like no other.
Start Me Up by The Rolling Stones came out In 1981.This band was a leading Hit!
Thriller by Michael Jackson came out in the year 1982 even if the artist might be dead who is to say he might rise again.. The Stones are Rolling Zombies!! I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder came out in the year 1984.This song created a romantic scene for all.
Walk Like an Egyptian by Bangles came out in the year 1986."Lets walk like an egyptian"was yelled everywhere.
I Wanna Dance with Somebody by Whitney Houston came out in the year 1987.People danced in the streets when this song came out.
One by Metallica came out in 1988.Your my only one baby. I Wonder Where Steve is? Mummies! Lets dance cupcake! Your my one and only! RAWRRR... The Eye of the Tiger by Survivor came out in the year 1982.This song is played by bands all over! Another Day in Paradise - Phil Collins came out in the year 1989.Paradise is the place to be when in need.
Like a Prayer by Madonna came out in the year 1989.One of Madonna's top hits! Paradise Is where i am! Lets Pray! The World Health Organization declared that
smallpox was eradicated.(1980)
Cases of AIDS were reported,but Not much was known then, other than the fact that it was highly contagious and fatal.
Disc Camera: Sony Mavica was developed by Sony and officially launched for commercial distribution in August 1981.
Scanning tunneling microscope was invented by Gerd Karl Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer.(1981) Aids or Not Sony boy how are you? Lets go tunneling! Artificial Heart Transplant Surgery: The first artificial heart recipient ever was Barney Clark. At 61, he was the first one to receive a permanent artificial heart.(1982)
Compact Discs were developed, commercially launched, and distributed by Philips and Sony from 1982.
Motorola introduced the first mobile phone in the US.(1983) Do the surgery Doc. Phillips or Sony Phone yea!!! First hole in the Ozone layer was detected near the Antarctic region by scientists Farman, Gardiner, and Shanklin of the British Antarctic Survey.(1985)
Macintosh PC: The Macintosh 128K, launched as 'Apple Macintosh' and developed by Apple in 1984 was discontinued in 1985.
New Coke: Coke came out with a new formula, which received an extremely poor response. They brought back the original Coke and sold this new formula as the 'new Coke' till the early 90s.(1985) Where is my apple? Oh cool a hole! Coke-E-Cola We were dizzy with glee over a game called spirograph, which had us throwing some serious shapes down on paper and creating our very own Art Attack.
In the 80s, EVERYONE had a Rubik’s Cube, whether you wanted one or not.
By the 1980s, Play-Doh came in a variety of eight colors, called the ‘Rainbow Pack,’ with four new colors being added to the red, yellow, blue and white.
When choosing toys as a child, anything with a catchy theme tune and appealing cartoon was definitely a winner in my book, and the advert for Hungry Hungry Hippos had both. Ugh how you do this!!? Play-Doh doh doh IM a Hungry Hungry Hippo Back in the day when 10 pence actually got you a decent pic n mix, Gob Stoppers were all the rage and it took me ten minutes to choose which sugar-charged Hubba Bubba bubble gum to choose from.
Ask the Glee kids how it feels to receive a fresh cold Slushie to the face, and they’ll more than likely stop believing and lose hold of that non brain freeze feeling.
The 80s and 90s fashion phenomenon which was his Patrick Ewing sneaker line. Hubba Bubba Slushie in the face Fly shoe fly Nice cars were everywhere and if you didn't have one you were working hard to get one.
Social separation, the cliques of the popular kids, the jocks, the geeks, the punks, and the rebels were in and in every school.
Rude, crude, and with a bad attitude, the "Garbage Pail Kids" collector cards took the U.S. by storm in the 1980s. Rude! Jerks! Cars!!! "Crazyfads.com -Crazyfads.com - Fads of the 1980s." Crazyfads.com -Crazyfads.com - Fads of the 1980s. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Mar. 2013.
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"WELCOME BACK… PATRICK EWING ATHLETICS." I Miss the Old School When The 80s Rocked And The 90s Kicked Serious Butt RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 May 2013. Iran-Iraq war began on September 22, 1980. It is also widely known as the First Persian Gulf war.(1980)
Hostages taken captive from the US embassy in Tehran were finally released by Iran on January 20, 1981 after a total of 444 days.(1981)
Great Britain and Argentina were at war.(1982)
British coal mine workers went on a strike in March. The strike continued for almost a year.(1984) DADDY!!! WAR!!!! Were on Strike you nut! Iran-Contra Affair: Later in the year, it was found that Ronald Reagan went against the official policy and assisted in selling arms to Iran as ransom in exchange for the six American hostages. (1986)
On October 19 -- the 'Black Monday', the global stock market crashed, starting from Hong Kong, Europe, America, and so on.(1987)
The Iran-Iraq war or the Persian Gulf War finally came to an end after eight years on August 20, 1988. The reported death toll was one million.(1988) Weapons for hm? six hostages. Where the black stuff? NO MORE WAR! Shroud of Turin: Radiocarbon dating tests indicated that the shroud wasn't Christ's. The results implied the cloth to be much younger than expected.(1988)
End of the Cold War: The cold war ended in 1989 with the fall of the Berlin wall. Alternatively, it is said to have ended in 1991 with the disintegration of USSR; both the theories are considered equally correct.(1989)
Tiananmen Square Massacre: Student protests for democracy in Beijing, China gained mass popularity during this period. Though the government statement eventually listed 7,000 as injured and 241 as dead.(1989) How dare you lie about christ! ITS cold but no more war right?BRRR Democracy is what we need! Ronald Reagan was elected as President of the United States. Hereafter, he held the position till January 1989.(1980)
John Lennon, lead vocalist from the ever-famous and loved band Beatles, was shot dead by Mark Chapman on December 8, in New York City.(1980)
Mark Hinckley attempted to murder the then-US president Ronald Reagan on March 30.(1981)
US Embassy was bombed in Beirut, Lebanon
and Over 400 people were injured while 63 lost their lives.(1983) Ronald is in the office Bye John so long You know you guilty Bomb!!! The US and the Vatican reinstated diplomatic ties after more than a century.(1984)
Soviet leader Gorbachev and US president Reagan met for the first time at the Geneva Summit of 1985 to discuss disarmament and diplomatic relations.(1985)
Hands Across America: Seven million participants held hands to form continuous chains; Proceeds ($34 million) from this event were directed to local charities.(1986) So whats your name? Raise money for the hobos! The US space shutter 'Challenger' went up in flames immediately after its launch, killing all seven astronauts present inside.(1986)
The Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty was signed between the US and the USSR at Washington D.C. on December 8. (1987)
George H. W. Bush was elected as President of the United States.(1988) Fire! No more nuclear weapons! understand? Hey yo Bush!