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Events From the Nineties
Events On This Day In History...April 21
1990,"Cartoon All Stars to Rescue" shown on all 4 TV networks
1990,National League umpire is arrested for stealing baseball cards
1990,Reds win running their record to 9-0, best start in club history
1991,52nd PGA Seniors Golf Championship: Jack Nicklaus
1991,Jakov Tolstikov wins 4th World Cup marathon (2:09:17)
1991,Rosa Mota wins 4th World Cup female marathon (2:26:14)
1991,Greatest extra-inning comeback, Pitts scores 6 in bottom of 11th erasing 5 run Cub lead, Pirates also trailed 7-2 in bottom of 9th
1992,"High Rollers" opens at Helen Hayes theater on Broadway
1992,Mobil Oil tug with 12,000 gallons of oil run aground in Arthur Kill
1993,"Wilder, Wilder, Wilder" opens at Circle in Sq NYC for 30 perfs
1993,Brazil votes against a monarchy
1993,K Endate & K Watanabe discover asteroid #6873
1993,Rolling Stone Bill Wyman weds Suzanne Accosta on French Riveria
1994,"Picnic" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 45 performances
1994,Eddie Murray sets record for switch hit HRS in a games (11 times)
1994,Serbian army bombs distress clinic in Goradze Bosnia, 28 killed
1995,Boston Celtics final game at Boston Gardens, NY Knicks win 98-92
1995,FBI arrested Timothy McVeigh & charge him with Okla City bombing
1995,P Pravec & L Sarounova discover asteroid #8217
1996,"Delicate Balance," opens at Plymouth Theater NYC
1996,57th PGA Seniors Golf Championship: Hale Irwin
1996,Barb Mucha wins LPGA Chick-fil-A Charity Golf Championship
1996,Chicago Bulls win NBA record 72 games (72-8)
1996,Matabeleland beat Mashonaland Country Dist to win Logan Cup
1996,R H McNaught & H Abe discover asteroid #8113
1996,Wayne James scores 99 & 99 & ct 11 stp 2 in Logan Cup Final
1997,101st Boston Marathon won by Lameck Aguta of Kenya in 2:10:34
1997,26th Boston Women's Marathon won by Fatuma Roba of Ethopia in 2:26:23
1997,Ashes of Timothy Leary & Gene Roddenberry launched into orbit
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I was at a beach house in Galveston, Texas with my mom, brother, and aunt when we saw it on tv. I don't remember their reaction exactly, but i know they were positive he had done it, so they were probably pissed off at how ridiculous it was.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was in social studies and my teacher turned on the news. When I heard "not guilty" I siad to my friend, Nick, "Those dumbasses let a killer go!"
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was in seventh grade sitting in social studies when the principal set up the radio by the intercom and broadcast it through the entire school. I remember it taking forever to read the charges and then finally the virdict. We all sat in stunned silence not believing that he was seen as not guilty.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was in my High School World History Class (10th grade) when the verdict was read. One student pulled out his walkman and tuned in to a news station to listen to the verdict; after it was read, HIS WALKMAN WAS CONFISCATED by my teacher!!! It's stupid, but finding out all of this had to be done.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was in 5th grade in dallas.. we were all learning about ships or conquistidors or something, when out teacher, Mrs. Geddie pulled out a T.V. we were all so excited and some kids got kicked out for screaming. Finally everyone got quite. and the other students snuck in and we all watched The jury denounce every charge on O.J. Personally i thought he was innocent.. but i always give people too much credit.. It was probably him anyway.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was in 6th grade, sitting in the back of my World History class, and we were the only class in school that got to watch the verdict live on tv. Our teacher just wouldn't back down, and we all thought we were soooooo cool... :O)
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I was in the 3rd grade and we were all sitting on the carpet after recess. One of the teachers walked in (and we all knew what was coming) "Not Guilty" she said. I came home and sat down. I began to watch CNN where they showed the clip of the verdict about 1500 times.
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I was working for a lawyers' office at the time. Both lawyers, the legal assistant, and I were sitting in the conference room watching the small TV. When the verdict was read, we all looked at each other, of course in disbelief.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was a senior in highschool. when we heard the verdict was going to be read the whole school got into the auditorium and they put cnn on the projector and the wrong verdict was read off.
Added to the site on February 26, 2008
I was a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame, in Alumni Hall (Go Dawgs!) in Sean Dixon's room (you don't know him). We had ordered some Paps John's for the occasion. I was eating a peppercini as the verdict was read. When the "not guilties" had been read, the entire hall was completely silent. After the initiall concussion, while the Hall was still silent, I heard someone down the hall, doubtlessly one of my fellow Caucasians (Notre Dame is mostly lilly-white), exclaim: "Let's riot!"
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