Discussion in 'Milwaukee, WI' started by TheWampas1138, Apr 26, 2003.
49 - Gold discovered at Sutter's Mill (right?) in 1849 causing a bit of a rush.
Star Wars Collectible Miniature Helmets
Boba Fett ~ $50 Each
hehehehe 50 dollars for helmet...
i'm seeing mine aren't all that good...
51 - Area 51
52 weeks in a year
53 - A cease fire ends the Korean War in 1953 (or at least delays it)
54 - Studio 54
55 - That's what the highway speed limit was while I was growing up. As mentioned in Sammy Hagar's "I Can't Drive 55".
56 - Joe Dimaggio's hitting streak
There are 58 common indicators that one has been abducted by aliens.
Proof can be seen [link=http://anw.com/aliens/52questions.htm]here[/link].
sorry thought i had one... never mind...
59 - 14:59, the name of a Sugar Ray album referring to how he was a second away from using up his 15 minutes.
gone in 60 seconds...
yeah i know mine do suck
61*- The HBO movie directed by Billy Crystal about the Micky Mantle and Roger Maris trying to break Babe Ruth's homerun record of 60. (I FINALLY GOT ONE!!!)
Actually I think the actual event of Marris hitting 61 home runs was a bit more significant than the movie about it....
62 - Age at which Carl Sagan died.
63: R-Type is the 63rd best video game of all time according to Electronic Gaming Monthly.
64 - Commodore 64 - the greatest computer of all time and the machine I used to "come of age" as a programmer.
65 - standard retirement age
66 - Route 66 (the historic road, not the group)
Episode 67: Plato's Stepchildren from the original Star Trek series. Memorable because of Alexander the Dwarf the poor tortured wretch, the serenade of Nurse Chapel by Spock (poor tortured us) and the infamous first interacial kiss on broadcast television...
I AM the nerd Queen today.
68 = '68, a movie about hippies or something starring, oddly enough, someone named Eric Larson.
69 - Summer of '69, Bryan Adams.
Catie, you can breathe a sigh of relief now.
Thank you, Dan. I was about to suggest maybe we could just skip that number.
70 - That '70s Show
71 - [link=http://www.starwars.com/bio/georgelucas.html]In 1971, Lucas formed his own film company, Lucasfilm Ltd., in San Rafael, California[/link]