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X-90 (is a front engine, rear or four wheel drive, two door, two seater SUV manufactured and marketed by Suzuki for the model years of 1995 to 1997. Related to the Suzuki Vitara, the X-90 featured a T Section removable roof. Replacing the Samurai in the market in the United States, Suzuki began marketing the X-90 in Japan by the end of 1995, and in western markets in April 1996. Suzuki presented the production vehicle in 1995, and began marketing the X-90 by the end of that year in Japan, with international markets the following year. 1,348 were sold in Japan, and 7,205 X-90s were imported into the United States. More than half in the United States were sold in 1996, with sales of 2,087 the next year, and 477 in 1998. In October 2013, Top Gear Magazine placed the X-90 on its list of The 13 Worst Cars of the Last 20 Years)
This one is actually available on Autotrader, it's the only one available in the United States at this time
You've Got Mail is a 1998 American romantic comedy film directed by Nora Ephron and starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. It tells the story of two people in an online romance who are unaware they are also business rivals. It marked the third pairing of Hanks and Ryan, who previously appeared together in Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) and Sleepless in Seattle (1993), the latter of which was directed by Ephron.
ZIP Drives (is a removable floppy disk storage system that was introduced by Iomega in late 1994. Considered medium-to-high-capacity at the time of its release, Zip disks were originally launched with capacities of 100 MB, then 250 MB, and finally 750 MB)
Calling it a night............................
I remember those. Back then we thought it was wonderful!
The Arsenio Hall Show (1989-1994) - Comedian Arsenio Hall was the king of late-night television for five years. With his high top fade, funk house band (the Posse) and swagger, Hall (who also co-starred in the 1988 Eddie Murphy comedy Coming to America) changed the cultural landscape of talk shows—and showed how impossibly behind the times Carson, Leno and company were in the process. The Arsenio Hall Show distinguished itself by targeting audiences that had been largely ignored by other late-night talk shows. It offered a platform for Black celebrities, introducing hip hop to middle America with guests like Public Enemy, Tupac and Biggie, and hosting unforgettable performances by Michael Jackson and Prince.
I still have an external zip drive..........
Butterfly Clips (A staple from the '90s, the butterfly hair clip is all about bringing some fun and vibrancy to boring old hairstyles)
"Candle in the Wind 1997", also known as "Goodbye England's Rose" and "Candle in the Wind '97", is a song by Bernie Taupin and Elton John, a re-written and re-recorded version of their 1973 song "Candle in the Wind". It was released on 13 September 1997 as a tribute single to Diana, Princess of Wales, with the global proceeds from the song going towards Diana's charities.
Elton John performs Candle in the Wind/Goodbye England's Rose at Princess Diana's Funeral.- September 6th, 1997
Doritos 3D (Frito-Lay launched Doritos 3D in the mid-90s, with its "Laundromat" spot starring Ali Landry. When 3D Doritos were released, they were described as "Doritos-meets-Bugles.". They had a puff of air inside them, making them more round than traditional Doritos. 3D Doritos came in various flavors, such as Jalapeño Cheddar, Nacho Cheese, and Zesty Ranch)
Off to work.......................
It's been 24 hours, so moving on........................
Ellen "Coming Out" Episode (On April 30, 1997, in a widely publicized episode of the ABC sitcom Ellen, TV character Ellen Morgan (played by Ellen DeGeneres) announces that she is gay. In the fall of 1996, word leaked out that the character of Ellen Morgan, a bookstore manager, might acknowledge that she was a lesbian, making Ellen the first prime-time sitcom to feature a gay leading character. Over the next six months, ABC relentlessly encouraged the hype, with DeGeneres herself fueling the fire by joking in television interviews that her character was “Lebanese” and resisting attempts to clarify her own sexuality. A week before the episode aired, DeGeneres made a well-publicized “coming out” of her own, appearing on the cover of TIME magazine under the headline “Yep, I’m Gay.” An interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC’s 20/20 ran on April 25, during the all-important “sweeps week” for the network. An estimated 42 million viewers watched April 30th’s special hour-long episode, which featured cameo appearances by Laura Dern (as the woman Ellen falls for), Oprah Winfrey (as the therapist to whom she makes her revelation), k.d. lang, Demi Moore, Billy Bob Thornton and Dwight Yoakam. Later episodes of Ellen failed to hold audiences, however, and by the end of the 1997 season the show was canceled due to low ratings)
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996) - Admit it, you can sing this theme song from memory. But this show gave us more than just the timeless catchphrase “Yo, home to Bel-Air!” In chronicling the fish-out-of-water adventures of Will, a Philadelphia teen sent to live with his outrageously wealthy relatives in Bel-Air, the show was able to subtly examine issues of race and class within a classic, snappy sitcom structure. And in its more dramatic moments, it hinted at the acclaimed actor that star Will Smith would become. All that, plus it gave us “the Carlton”!
Comment: This still is one of my favorite shows.
Good Friday Agreement (or Belfast Agreement, is a pair of agreements signed on 10 April 1998 that ended most of the violence of the Troubles, a political conflict in Northern Ireland that had ensued since the late 1960s. It was a major development in the Northern Ireland peace process of the 1990s. Northern Ireland's present devolved system of government is based on the agreement. The agreement also created a number of institutions between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom)