Quotes September 24, 2017


 
 
 
 
Courtesy of The Chive:
 
 
 
 
In the good old days you could look up a recipe without having to read a person’s life story first.

 
 
 
 
I wish I went to bed with the same level of tiredness I wake up with.
 
 
 
 
Suspending a kid from school is more of a punishment for the parent, than it is for the kid.
 
 
 
 
We live in a world where community service is a punishment.
 
 
 
 
Solar energy is just nuclear energy from a safe distance.

 
 
 
 
It’s weird people compare life to a roller coaster, because on a roller coaster, the downhill parts are the most fun.
 
 
 
 
If I accidentally download the same file twice, I’ll open the second download because it’s fresher.
 
 
 
 
I am responsible with my money so that I can afford to be irresponsible with my money.

 
 
 
 
The world seemed like a much better place around the time PokémonGo came out, I miss that.
 
 
 
 
If self-driving cars become a huge industry, ice cream trucks will be mobile vending machines.

 
 
 
 
Sometimes I think the greatest benefit to freedom of speech is that it gives terrible people an opportunity to expose themselves publicly.

FYI September 23, 2017


1889 – Nintendo Koppai (Later Nintendo Company, Limited) is founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce and market the playing card game Hanafuda.

Skipped to:
Nintendo was founded as a card company by Fusajiro Yamauchi on September 23, 1889.[8] Based in Kyoto, the business produced and marketed a playing card game called “Hanafuda”. The handmade cards soon became popular, and Yamauchi hired assistants to mass-produce cards to satisfy demand.[9] In 1949, the company adopted the name Nintendo Karuta Co., Ltd.[b], doing business as The Nintendo Playing Card Co. outside Japan. Nintendo continues to manufacture playing cards in Japan[10] and organizes its own contract bridge tournament called the “Nintendo Cup”.[11] The word Nintendo can be translated as “leave luck to heaven”, or alternatively as “the temple of free hanafuda”.[12][13]

More on wiki:

 
 
 
 


1931 – Hilly Kristal, American businessman, founded CBGB (d. 2007)
Hilly Kristal (born Hillel Kristal[1]; September 23, 1931[2] – August 28, 2007) was an American club owner and musician who was the owner of the iconic New York City club, CBGB, which opened in 1973 and closed in 2006 over a rent dispute.[3]

Early years
Kristal was born in New York, New York in 1931 but his family moved to Hightstown, New Jersey when he was an infant.[4][5] He studied music from a young age and eventually attended the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia. Kristal also spent a period of time in the Marines.[5]

Venturing into music
He moved back to New York City, where he worked as a singer, appearing on stage in the men’s choral group at Radio City Music Hall. He later became the manager of the Village Vanguard, a jazz club in Greenwich Village, where he booked Miles Davis and other musicians.

He married in 1951 and had two children: Lisa Kristal Burgman and Mark Dana Kristal.[6]

In 1966 he and Ron Delsener co-founded the Rheingold Central Park Music Festival, sponsored by Rheingold Beer. By 1968, Delsener had changed beer sponsors to Schaefer and Kristal was no longer involved. The festival took place every year until 1976 in Central Park and featured superstars from all music genres, including Miles Davis, the Who, Chuck Berry, Bob Marley, B.B. King, Led Zeppelin, the Beach Boys, Frank Zappa, Ray Charles, Patti LaBelle, Ike & Tina Turner, Fleetwood Mac, the Allman Brothers, Slade, Kris Kristofferson, Curtis Mayfield, Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith and the Doors.

CBGB
In 1970, Kristal opened a bar in the Bowery section of New York called “Hilly’s on the Bowery”, which closed within a couple of years. Then in December 1973, he created “CBGB and OMFUG”, an abbreviation for the kinds of music he intended to feature there (the letters stood for “Country, BlueGrass, Blues and Other Music For Uplifting Gormandizers”).[6] The club, eventually called simply CBGB, became known as the starting point for the careers of such punk rock and new wave acts as the Ramones, Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Television and Blondie.

CBGB featured many famous musicians over the years and remained very popular until its closing in 2006 due to a personal disagreement with the landlord, who opted not to renew the lease. For a short while after the closing, Kristal considered moving the club to Las Vegas.[7]

Death
Kristal died on August 28, 2007 from complications of lung cancer, aged 75.[6]

 
 
 
 


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907 Updates September 23, 2017

Report from KTUU:
By Samantha Angaiak: Alaska Senator calls for repeal of SB91
Senator Mia Costello said she’d rather repeal SB91 than untangle parts that aren’t working at a press conference on Friday.
 
 
 
 
Report from KTVA:
By Chris Klint: State senator announces move to repeal crime bill SB 91
 
 
 
 
Memorial for Victimes of Triple Homicide
 
 
 
 
By Sean Maguire: AST presents a new bike to a heroic six-year-old
 
 
 
 
Anchorage students grow kindness
 
 
 
 
By Mike Ross: Crime concerns; businesses seek security training
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) Anchorage businesses have growing concerns over crime in the city, and the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce will host “active shooter training” at its Make it Monday forum on Oct. 2nd.
 
 
 
 
By Caslon Hatch: Vice President Pence calls Alaska radio stations advocating health care bill
 
 
 
 
By Sean Maguire: Alaska DHSS releases preliminary analysis into Graham-Cassidy’s impact on Alaska
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence called into Dave Stieren’s radio show on KFQD, in order to advocate for the bill, saying it lets leaders in Juneau make decisions about healthcare, rather than those in Washington D.C.

“If people believe leaders in Juneau know better what’s for Alaska than Washington D.C. ever will, if people want to get rid of the mandate that requires them to buy health insurance or pay a penalty, I just encourage them to call both of your senators,” said Pence.
 
 
 
 
By Emily Carlson: Court deals with mess former ADN owner left behind
 
 
 
 
Frontiers: A Love Story History Lesson Rolled Into One
 
 
 
 
By Lix Raines: Walker introduces tax on Alaska wages
 
 
 
 
By Daybreak Staff: ‘Be Compassionate’ a message from Miss Alaska 2017
Next week, Klapperich will be in Anchorage schools talking about suicide prevention. To learn more about her platform, visit her Facebook page.
 
 
 
 
By Daybreak Staff: Mic Check in the Morning: Blaze and Eric
The duo will be at the “Sober AF” party in Spenard at the Church of Love. It features mocktails and a supporting community geared towards recovering from addiction. The show begins at 7 p.m. and runs until 11 p.m.
 
 
 
 
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