It’s probably not what George Orwell envisioned when his masterwork went to print on this day back in 1949. In fact, the 1984 that transpired, though heavily shoulder-padded, actually had more individuality than Mr. Orwell imagined. And, arguably, it had more variation than our present era, what with the extant Old-Navy-Instagram-Flash Player conformity branding us out the wazoo for the benefit of Kim Kardashian and Mitt Romney alike. But one thing is for sure, Members: this week, 1984 has its merits and relevancies. And whether you bone up your literary chops by rereading the allegory of Winston Smith or dance dirty like a virgin Madonna, do something to make the Return of Morning in America feel like something other than a closed book.