Today we mark that fateful fictional moment in 1955 when Dr.
Emmet Lathrop Brown fell while hanging a clock in his bathroom, knocking himself unconscious but spurring the dream of a time travel device that he would build 30 years later for Marty Mc Fly to travel back in time, turning the Twin Pines Mall into the Lone Pine Mall and making out with his own mother.
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