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This is a timeline of events that occurred during the 1990s in the HBO timeline.

1990

November

2nd

1991

July

1992

November

3rd

December

3rd

  • On his 13th birthday, Sean Parker's father gives him $1300 dollars and suggests that he invest in that money.[9]

1993

January

20th

21st

After January 21st

  • The Tech Recall and Reintroduction Act of 1993 is passed under Robert Redford, a thirty year, five-stage plan that grants the President of the United States authority to draft federal employees into the work of reintroducing technologies once deemed unsafe or illegal back into the public space.[10]
  • The Campaign Finance Reform and Donor Disclosure Act of 1993 is passed under Robert Redford, preventing corporate PAC money in politics that would normally influence government policy.[11]
  • Robert Redford appoints Andres Serrano to rebuild the National Endowment for the Arts following decades of reduction and gutting by the administrations of Nixon and Ford.[8]

December

17th

  • The Pelican Deposition, a film adaptation of John Grisham's novel, is released in the United States.[1][8]

1994

  • Matthew Wayne Crawford dies in the line of duty as an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer.[12]
  • Angela Abar graduates from Anh Linh High School. Upon graduating she joins the Saigon Police Department and becomes an officer.[13]
  • Sally Jupiter dies.[14]

March

8th

1995

In or Before April 15th

April

15th

  • A group of domestic terrorists led by Timothy McVeigh attempt to use a lithium cluster bomb to blow up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Nite Owl II and the Comedienne stop them from carrying out the terrorist attack and McVeigh is killed in the skirmish. Their actions result in the heroes both getting arrested by the FBI for violating the Keene Act.[15][16][3]

25th

After April 25th and Before April 28th

28th

1996

  • KROQ radio station goes off the air.[3]

November

5th

1997

  • A geological survey at "The Crater" is conducted by the International Institute of Extraspatial Studies. Scientists concluded that The Crater is contaminated with Cherenkov-Glass Radiation - the unique energy signature of Doctor Manhattan. Thus, the Crater becomes a worthless tourist trap.[9]

1998

  • Sean Parker purchases the land that once held the site of Cartwithen Castle.[9]
  • The Horse Whisperer, starring Scott Glenn, is released in the United States. The film came late in a wave of “rural chic” films that began in the late eighties amid the urban flight movements that followed the Dimensional Incursion Event. Directed by George T. Miller, it was a modest success and it successfully launched the career of Scarlett Johansson.[8]

1999

References

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