Days to remember

By FYS95
  • President Bill Clinton extends aid to Mexico

    President Bill Clinton extends aid to Mexico
    Bill Clinton extends a $20 billion dollar loan to Mexico to avert a financial collapse
  • USAF F-16 shot down

    USAF F-16 shot down
    USAF Captian Scott O'Grady was shot dow n over Bosnia and Herzegovina while patrolling a NATO no-fly zone. He was rescued six days later by US Marines.
  • Birth

    Birth
    Logan Christopher Hickey was born on August 18th, 1995 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  • Windows 95

    Windows 95
    Windows 95 was released by Microsoft.
  • Steve Forbes

    Steve Forbes
    Steve Forbes announces candidacy for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination.
  • O.J. Simpson

    O.J. Simpson
    O.J. Simpson is found not guilty for the murder of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson.
  • Federal Government Shutdown

    Federal Government Shutdown
    A standoff between Republicans and Democrats involving the budget resulted in a government shutdown that ended on the 19th of November.
  • Toy Story

    Toy Story
    The first full length computer animated film was released by Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures.
  • Christmas

    Christmas
    I experienced my first Christmas with my family
  • Calvin and Hobbes

    Calvin and Hobbes
    The last original Calvin and Hobbes comic strip is released.
  • George W. Bush

    George W. Bush
    George W. Bush is sworn in as the 43rd President of the United States
  • Super Bowl XXXV

    Super Bowl XXXV
    The Baltimore Ravens beat The New York Giants 34-7, winning their first super bowl title.
  • Seattle Earthquake

    Seattle Earthquake
    The Nisqually Earthquake hits Seattle Washington.
  • Kyoto Protocol

    Kyoto Protocol
    The Bush administration withdraws support from the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, an organization involving the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Tax Cuts

    Tax Cuts
    President Bush signed a law that would cut $1.35 trillion in taxpayer costs.
  • Bicycle

    Bicycle
    I learned to ride a bike without training wheels for the first time.
  • First Day of SChool

    First Day of SChool
    I attended my first day of Kindergarten at Reidenbaugh Elementary School.
  • September 11th attacks

    September 11th attacks
    Four commercial airplanes carrying passengers were hijacked by 19 terrorists associated with Al-Qaeda. Two of the planes were crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City. The third plane was crashed into the Pentagon. The fourth plane crashed into Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
  • Operation Enduring Freedom

    Operation Enduring Freedom
    The United States invaded Afghanistan to topple the Taliban.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks

    Arizona Diamondbacks
    The Arizona Diamondbacks defeat the New York Series in seven games to win their first world series title.
  • Super Tuesday Tornado Outbreak

    Super Tuesday Tornado Outbreak
    87 tornados spawn across the midwest in the United States. 56 people were killed and damages exceeded $1 billion.
  • US Navy destroys satellite

    US Navy destroys satellite
    The US Navy shot down a US satellite, demonstrating that the united states has the capabilities of shooting down objects orbiting Earth.
  • RENT

    Broadway musical RENT ends its twelve year running streak on Broadway after more than 4,300 performances.
  • Beijing Olympics

    Beijing Olympics
    The United States competes in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. The US won 36 gold medals, 38 silver medals, and 36 bronze medals.
  • 13th birthday

    13th birthday
    i turned 13 and finally became a teenager. Hooray for puberty!
  • Sarah Palin

    Sarah Palin
    Sarah Palin is selected as John Mccains running mate.
  • Middle School

    Middle School
    I started middle school at Manheim Townhsip Middle School
  • 60th Emmy Awards

    60th Emmy Awards
    The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards are presented.
  • Financial Crisis

    Financial Crisis
    President George W. Bush signs the revised Emergency Economic Stabilization Act, creating a 700 billion dollar Treasury fund to purchase failing bank assets.
  • Barack Obama

    Barack Obama
    Barack Obama is elected as the 44th President of the United States, and is the first African American President in American history.
  • Permit

    Permit
    I got my learners permit to drive.
  • Allen Stanford

    Allen Stanford
    Financier Allen Stanford is sentenced to 110 years in prison after siphoning billions of dollars from investors.
  • Deportation Changes

    Deportation Changes
    President Obama announces that the government will stop deporting some illegal immigrants.
  • Summer Olympics in London

    Summer Olympics in London
    The US competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. The US won 46 gold medals, 26 silver medals, and 26 bronze medals.
  • Junior Year

    Junior Year
    I started my junior year of high school
  • 2012 World Series

    2012 World Series
    The Sanfransisco Giants beat the Detroit Tigers in four games to win their second World Seriees Title.
  • Superstorm Sandy

    Superstorm Sandy
    Hurricane Sandy hits the Eastern coast of the United States. The storm killed 150 people and caused over 53 billion dollars in damage.
  • Obama Reelection

    Obama Reelection
    Barack Obama is reelected after beating Republican Mitt Romney.
  • North Korea Rocket Launch

    North Korea Rocket Launch
    North Korea successfully launched a rocket into orbit. While North Korea stated that it was for a weather satellite, the US, South Korea, and Japan view it as a test for long range weapons.
  • Sandy Hook

    Sandy Hook
    27 people, including 20 children, were shot and killed in Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown Conneticut.