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‘Who is Dr. Strawberry?’ and other questions the internet has about Kavanaugh’s calendar

There was a lot going on in there.

 

Andrew Wyrich

Internet Culture

Published Sep 26, 2018   Updated May 21, 2021, 5:36 am CDT

When Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he would hand over calendars he kept while in high school, the internet didn’t think it was a sound defense amid allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl.

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Now that the calendars have been released, Twitter users are joking about a number of references made within them: from Kavanaugh’s numerous lifting days to a mysterious person named Dr. Strawberry and his going to see Grease II in theaters.

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Numerous people wanted to know who “Dr. Strawberry” was, referenced in a calendar entry from July 1982.

https://twitter.com/ENPancotti/status/1044943128002777090

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Other people spotted an August 1982 entry that reads “stay at Bernie’s at beach,” immediately bringing up connections to Weekend at Bernie’s.

https://twitter.com/DustinGiebel/status/1044935583322312706

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https://twitter.com/matthewlysne/status/1044937198997389313

Kavanaugh’s choice of what movies to see during the summer of 1982 was also questioned, specifically his note about seeing Grease II.

https://twitter.com/seanagnew/status/1044921768908066816

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https://twitter.com/hamms317/status/1044952926454779907

Other’s were surprised how much “lift” was written in Kavanaugh’s calendar.

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And, of course, people noticed that the now-Supreme Court nominee recorded when he was grounded, which seemed odd.

https://twitter.com/joshgreenman/status/1044943938950451200

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The calendar is expected to be a piece of evidence examined by the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing that is expected to happen this week where Dr. Christine Blasey Ford will testify about her accusations against the nominee.

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*First Published: Sep 26, 2018, 10:10 am CDT