The Throwback Three at Three: Can you believe that 1998 was 25 years ago?

Kick off your drive home with Kannon and the Throwback Three at Three! We all lived through it, but do you remember what was happening in 1998?
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Start your drive home with Kannon and the Throwback Three at Three, where we feature the top three songs of any given year and throw it back to good times, great music and amazing memories! Do you remember what your were doing back in 1998? Because we sure don't.

Start your drive home with Kannon and the Throwback Three at Three, where we feature the top three songs of any given year and throw it back to good times, great music and amazing memories! Do you remember what your were doing back in 1998? Because we sure don't.

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Can you believe how much the dollar has changed?

The price of Titleist golf balls in 1998: $20.00/48
The price of Panasonic Camcorder: $489.00
The cost of a Superbowl ad in 1998: $1,300,000

How many of you ended up with a name off this list:

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Did you use these quotes during 1998?

“Is that your final answer?”
-Do You Want To Be A Millionaire.

“I did not have sexual relations with that woman”
“It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is”
– President Bill Clinton

“Think different”
-Apple Computer

“Think outside the bun”
– Taco Bell

Do you remember these iconic people from 1998:

In 1998 Time Magazine’s Men of the Year was Bill Clinton and Kenneth Starr. Also in 1998 Kate Shindle from Evanston, Illinois was nominated as Miss America and Shawnae Jebbia from Massachusetts was nominated as Miss USA. Did you ever find yourself crushing on any of these heartthrobs from 1998:

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Did you know all these cool things happened in 1998:

-The Hampster Dance song is just a sped-up version of the song “Whistle Stop” from the 1973 animated Disney movie Robin Hood.
-MP3s were created for the first time.
-Jobseeker website Monster.com was founded.
-In 1998, David Bowie released an internet provider called BowieNet. Subscribers were offered exclusive content and a BowieNet email. It was shut down in 2006.
-Bob the Builder debuted in 1998.
-Mila Kunis was cast in the FOX sitcom That ’70s Show. All who auditioned were required to be at least 18 years old; Kunis, who was 14 at the time, told the casting directors she would be 18 but did not say when. She played in all 200 episodes of the show.
-Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling was released
-The Furby was first released in 1998, did you have one?

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Here's the top 10 movies of 1998:

1. Saving Private Ryan
2. Armageddon
3. There’s Something About Mary
4. A Bug’s Life
5. The Waterboy
6. Doctor Dolittle
7. Rush Hour
8. Deep Impact
9. Godzilla
10. Patch Adams

And the top 10 t.v. shows of 1998:

1. E.R. (NBC)
2. Friends (NBC)
3. Frasier (NBC)
4. Veronica’s Closet (NBC)
5. Jesse (NBC)
6. 60 Minutes (CBS)
7. Touched By An Angel (CBS)
8. Home Improvement (ABC)
9. Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
10. NYPD Blue (ABC)

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