The Throwback Three at Three: Taking it back to 2004

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 2004?
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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 2004? Because we sure don't.

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Can you believe how much the dollar has changed?

The price of Movie DVD in 2004: $19.99
The price of Oscar Mayer Bacon, 1 pound: $5.39
The price of Oreo cookies, 1 pound: $2.99
The cost of a Superbowl ad in 2004: $2,300,000

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

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How many of you said these things in 2004?

“You’re Fired”
– Donald Trump

“That’s Hot”
– Paris Hilton

– Howard Dean

Do you remember these iconic people from 2004:

In 2004 Time Magazine’s Man Of The Year was George W. Bush. Also in 2004 Ericka Dunlap from Orlando, Florida was nominated as Miss America and Shandi Finnessey from Missouri was nominated as Miss USA. Did you ever find yourself crushing on any of these heartthrobs from 2004:

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Did you know all these cool things happened in 2004:

-People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive: Jude Law
-Napoleon Dynamite came out in 2004
-The funny Late Night Host to watch: Jay Leno
-Police discovered a movie theater in the Paris Catacombs. It was equipped with a giant cinema screen, seats, projection equipment, film reels, a fully stocked bar, and a complete restaurant with tables and chairs. To this day no one knows how the theater was operational and who ran it.
-Polaroid released a warning to the public to not “shake it like a polaroid picture.” per the song Hey Ya! might damage the photo. Shaking polaroids has been unnecessary since 1972 when the SX-70 did away with the need for peel-apart film.
-Dick Van Dyke dropped out of high school during his senior year in 1944 to join the military. He went on to earn his diploma in 2004 at the age of 78.
-At $2 million per 30-second slot, the 2004 finale episode of Friends had the most expensive ad slots for a non-sports program up to that time.
-Facebook was only for college students.

Here's the top 10 movies of 2004:

1. Shrek 2
2. Spider-Man 2
3. The Passion of the Christ
4. Meet the Fockers
5. The Incredibles
6. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
7. The Day After Tomorrow
8. The Bourne Supremacy
9. National Treasure
10. Polar Express

And the top 10 t.v. shows of 2004:

1. American Idol (Fox)
2. CSI (CBS)
3. Desperate Housewives (ABC)
4. Survivor: Palau (CBS)
5. Survivor: Vanuatu (CBS)
6. CSI: Miami (CBS)
7. Without a Trace (CBS)
8. Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
9. Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
10. Monday Night Football (ABC)

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Beyoncé won her first Grammy without Destiny's Child.

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J Lo married Marc Anthony.

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Friends said goodbye.

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Alicia Keys and Usher released "My Boo"

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Lastly, Julia Roberts had twins.

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