On this day…
Anakin Skywalker was still an annoying moppet.
The Matrix was still cool.
The Lord of the Rings was still only a trailer.
Enron was still a sound investment.
Mr Peter Mandelson was still an MP: a fighter and not a quitter.
Mr Paul McGann was still the new Dr Who (again).
Computers were still run with Pentium 4's.
The Queen Mother was still the nation's favourite granny.
Judge Roy Moore's two-and-a-half tonne monument to the Ten Commandments was still obstructing the central rotunda of the Alabama Supreme Court.
Lord Jeffrey Archer was still in prison for perjury.
Norway was holding a parliamentary election: their Labour Party got most seats but could not form a government so instead there was a coalition of Conservatories, Liberals and Christians.
Mr Pierce Brosnon was still James Bond.
It was just an ordinary day.
We should celebrate the ORDINARY DAYS.