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 A [[late 20th century]] popcultural timeline written by [[offtopic:​Ace Venom]]. You can read it [[http://​alternatehistory.com/​discussion/​showthread.php?​t=232477|here]]. A [[late 20th century]] popcultural timeline written by [[offtopic:​Ace Venom]]. You can read it [[http://​alternatehistory.com/​discussion/​showthread.php?​t=232477|here]].
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 ==== Premise and POD ==== ==== Premise and POD ====
  
 March 18-20, 1982: Ozzy Osbourne, former lead vocalist of Black Sabbath and currently engaged in a successful solo career played yet another show with his band in Knoxville, Tennessee. They were due to perform in a festival in Orlando, Florida on March 19. They stopped in Leesburg, Florida after driving for much of the night. Randy Rhoads was invited to take a flight, but declined. As a result, the second flight of March 19 never flew. After performing yet another amazing performance,​ Ozzy Osbourne decided to indulge in tremendous amounts of alcohol. His drunken antics were well known. He had urinated publically on a cenotaph across from the Alamo only a month prior. Unfortunately for him, he partied a little too hard. He fell asleep and choked on his own vomit. He was found the following morning (March 20) by Rudy Sarzo. March 18-20, 1982: Ozzy Osbourne, former lead vocalist of Black Sabbath and currently engaged in a successful solo career played yet another show with his band in Knoxville, Tennessee. They were due to perform in a festival in Orlando, Florida on March 19. They stopped in Leesburg, Florida after driving for much of the night. Randy Rhoads was invited to take a flight, but declined. As a result, the second flight of March 19 never flew. After performing yet another amazing performance,​ Ozzy Osbourne decided to indulge in tremendous amounts of alcohol. His drunken antics were well known. He had urinated publically on a cenotaph across from the Alamo only a month prior. Unfortunately for him, he partied a little too hard. He fell asleep and choked on his own vomit. He was found the following morning (March 20) by Rudy Sarzo.
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