Most significant "moments" in pop culture history

Swedish public radio comes through to set the record straight on the most significant developments in pop culture. Yes, it’s a silly list, but then again, they all are. Ripped from another forum:
25. 1963 - Beatles release Yesterday
24. 1969 - Monty Python
23. 1992 - Wolfenstein 3D
22. 1969 - Stonewall Riots
21. 1992 - Rodney King riots
20. 1962 - The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson
19. 1970 - David Bowie wears a dress
18. 1934 - Triumph of the Will
17. End of the 18th century - shopping
16. 1938 - LSD
15. 1983 - Michael Jackson does the Moonwalk
14. 1811 - Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility
13. 1975 - Jaws - the blockbuster
12. 1972 - the word “fuck” (is entered into the Oxford English Dictionary)
11. 1939 - Billie Holiday records Strange Fruit
10. 1958 - Link Wray made a new sound by inventing fuzz-tone, adding feedback, distortion and noise.
9. 1982 - Africa Bambata samples Kraftwerk, the sample
8. 1976 - Punk is born
7. 1930 - Painted Dream was broadcast, the first radio soap
6. 1925 - Skirts grow short enough to show the knees
5. 1940 - Frank Sinatra becomes the first “pretty boy” idol
4. 1981 - MTV
3. 1967 - DJ Kool Herc moves from Jamaica to Bronx, he later becomes the “father” of hip-hop culture etc.
2. 1595 - Shakespeare writes Romeo & Juliet

  1. 1921 - the word and concept of “teen”

Source: http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/P1/program/index.asp?programID=737

Most of those are pretty good, but LSD as the ‘drug’ entry is ridiculous. Nothing about weed or coke?

Also, American Prohibition deserves a mention for more or less inventing the modern “gangster”.

As a pop culture movement (which is the list) LSD is more significant. It was a moment, one you can’t point to as marking a big change.

Is hip hop really so important that it would be 3rd on the list though?

And 9th?