The Year 1989: And the Walls Come Tumbling Down


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4 Dec. 2010
The Year 1989: And the Walls Come Tumbling Down
The year was 1989, and it was the time of this author’s birth. Just like every other year, there were other births, and there were deaths. Some things changed and some stayed the same.
In 1989 Mazda introduced its new little roadster which would bring sports cars back into vogue: the Miata MX5. It was affordable to drive, too: gas was 97 cents a gallon, despite that the Exxon Valdez ran aground and spilled 11 million gallons of oil. This did not cause car maker Yugo to go bankrupt or Ford to purchase Jaguar, but they happened just the same. As the lights dimmed on the Yugo, the state of Florida effectively put them out for...
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.....onomers to get a new beginning on their understanding of events that happened hundreds of thousands of light years away, and millions of years before anyone, anywhere, was born.
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