1983

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The year of our lord 1983 served as a prequel to the well known Nineteen Eighty-Four and sequel to the obscure 1982. Starting on a Saturday, many children began the year watching Saturday morning cartoons and many Jews began the year resting; things did not get much better for 1983 after that.

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1983 is when the apple computer was released.

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  • May 4 - The Hitler Diaries are published, revealing the late dictator's "totally huge crush" on Heinrich Himmler

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  • August 30 - Guion Bluford becomes the first African-American in space; white men, still reeling from having lost space to women, throw up their arms in defeat before going to their rooms to sulk.

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  • The D.A.R.E. program begins teaching students how to responsibly identify which drugs they will most enjoy.
  • Due to an ongoing DEA investigation, Doc Brown is forced to shut down production of his time machine.
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