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Throwback Thursday Ideas: A New Concept
Similar to what I do for the word of the week, I’m going to write another kind of post. I’ve thought about throwback Thursday ideas, and I figured I do a weekly post every Thursday. I’ll list some events that took place on that past date and reflect on the history over time. It’ll be a nice new topic along with the word of the week. This post will be the first of many throwback Thursdays.
Throwback Thursday Ideas: October 15, 2020
Here are some events that took place on this date, October 15, 2020
- Wayne Gretzky becomes the all-time leading scorer in the National Hockey League (NHL). (1989)
- Mikhail Gorbachev is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for calming down Cold War tensions (which would end the following year). (1990)
- China launches Shenzhou 5- the first manned space mission for the country. (2003)
- The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closes down 733.08 points (7.87 %)- the second-worst percentage drop in the Dow’s history of the financial markets. (2008)
- The Global Protests (Occupy Wall Street) take place around the world. (2011)
Well, those were quite a few notable events that took place. I myself was around for most of them, and it’s good to keep those in mind. Especially during the Cold War, I was born in the last few months of that war. But the end of that event was a significant time in world history. It still is recalled by many people who were around the last few years of the former Soviet Union.
What do you think of all of these past events? Were you around when they took place? What are some of your favorite memories?
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