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. . . you stood in line to see Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom the day it opened
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. . . you stood in line to see Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom the day it opened
and you wore one of those hats like he wore in the movie!
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Exactly Rod! Too funny. I had a little boyfriend in 5th grade who wore one of those hats and he'd let me wear it all the time.
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I remember going to see Temple of Doom at a matinee during the week at the Fulton Theatre here in downtown Pittsburgh... it was a hot summer day and EVERYONE had their air conditioning on... and somehow, that caused the power grid to go out and Pittsburgh was without electricity for several hours... I only got to see about 2/3's of the movie... they refunded our money but I never did see how it ended until about a year later when I caught it on HBO... Temple has since always been my LEAST favorite Indy movie.
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. . . you watched the Detroit Tigers win the World Series!
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You remember August 8th, 1988 as the night that the lights went on at Wrigley Field
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the artifical heart.
On December 2, 1982, Dr. William DeVries implanted an artificial heart into retired dentist Dr. Barney Bailey Clark (b. 21 January 1921), who survived 112 days with the device, dying on 23 March 1983. Bill Schroeder became the second recipient, and lived for a record 620 days.
The heart used in these operations was a Jarvik heart, a design created by Dr. Robert Jarvik. As a student at the University of Utah, Dr. Robert Jarvik combined several modifications: an ovoid shape to fit inside the human chest, a more blood-compatible polyurethane developed by biomedical engineer Dr. Donald Lyman, and a fabrication method by Kwan-Gett that made the inside of the ventricles smooth and seamless to reduce dangerous stroke-causing blood clots.
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You scratched your head in wonderment that "The Thompson Twins" were THREE people and NOT related to one another...
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