It’s Retro Thursday, What Were You Doing 29 Years Ago?
This is going to make you either remember fond memories of these times or make you feel real old.
29 years ago - In 1992, presidential candidate Billy Clinton played saxophone on "The Arsenio Hall Show". He blew "Heartbreak Hotel" and "God Bless the Child", which had a surprisingly strong positive effect on his run.
20 years ago - In 2001, Tina Fey married "Second City TV" director Jeff Richmond. He "opened her flower", ya know. She was a 24-year-old virgin.
15 years ago - In 2006, Ben Affleck's little brother (Casey) married Joaquin Phoenix's little sister (Summer). She filed for divorce in 2017. They have two sons together. Casey and Summer, that is. Not Ben and Joaquin.
13 years ago - In 2008, Weezer released The Red Album. It was their sixth album, and the third self-titled disc.
11 years ago - In 2010, "Golden Girls" star Rue McLanahan died at age 76.
10 years ago - In 2011, Jack Kevorkian died, all on his own, at age 83.
Five years ago - In 2016, Muhammad Ali passed away at the age of 74.
On June 3rd:
1976 Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" goes gold
WarGames hit theaters (1983)
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Larry King Live premiered on CNN (1985)
1988 "Big" film directed by Penny Marshall, starring Tom Hanks premieres in the US.
Also Funny Farm with Chevy Chase both hit theaters
1989 The Tiananmen Square Massacre began
1992 Michael Damian’s single Rock On hit number one
1994 Renaissance Man hit theaters
1995 Bryan Adams’ single Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman hit number one
1996 Zenith introduced the first HDTV in the U.S.
2001 Six Feet Under premiered
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