Brian Harris

  • Birth

    Nirvana Releases Nevermind Black Wednesday: The Pound Sterling and the Italian Lira are forced out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.
  • Went to England

    Went to England
    June 6- U.S. astronaut Norman Thagard breaks NASA's space endurance record of 14 days, 1 hour and 16 minutes, aboard the Russian space station Mir.
    The Constitutional Court of South Africa abolishes capital punishment in South Africa in the case of S v Makwanyane and Another.
  • Started Preschool

    September 3 – Cold War: Russia and the People's Republic of China agree to de-target their nuclear weapons against each other. Lion king the top grossing film Made first Friends
  • Kindergarten

    September 4 – In Lorain, Ohio, the last Ford Thunderbird for 3 years rolls off the assembly line.
    September 5
    Over 87 are killed in the Beni-Messous massacre in Algeria.
    The International Olympic Committee picks Athens, Greece to be the host city for the 2004 Summer Olympics.
    September 6
    The funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales takes place at Westminster Abbey, watched by over 2 billion people worldwide.
    A Jean Michel Jarre Oxygene in Moscow concert, celebrating the city's 850th anniversary, draw
  • Lost first tooth

    November 6 – Australians defeat a referendum proposing the replacement of The Queen and The Governor General with a President to make Australia a republic. July 23–July 25 – The Woodstock 99 festival is held in New York. March 21
    Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones become the first to circumnavigate the Earth in a hot air balloon.
  • Won State Refelection contest

    October 7 – 2003 California recall: Voters recall Governor Gray Davis from office and elect actor Arnold Schwarzenegger to succeed him. June 26 – Lawrence v. Texas: The U.S. Supreme Court declares sodomy laws unconstitutional.
  • Bar Mitzvah

    September 16 – Hurricane Ivan strikes Gulf Shores, Alabama, April 28 – Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse in Iraq is revealed on the television show 60 Minutes II. August 13–August 29 – The 2004 Summer Olympics are held in Athens.
  • Came out

    May – Human Genome Project publishes the last chromosome sequence, in Nature.
  • Graduated