No Capitol Hill party intended to target congressional staff would be complete without piles press releases. This one also included plastic bangles.
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A video created by the Center for Democracy and Technology showed mid-1980s computer technology. In this image, an Apple IIc and IBM PC appear.
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Ryan Radia, associate director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, sporting mid-1980s eyewear.
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Pop Rocks, the artificially flavored (but addictive) carbonated candy, an icon of the late 1970s and 1980s.
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Nicole Ozer from the ACLU of Northern California, demonstrating what mobile phones looked like in 1986.
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A cardboard cutout figure of legendary singer Michael Jackson (1958-2009), who released his hit "Bad" nearly 25 years ago.
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