NS Arktika, the lead ship of the namesake class of nuclear-powered ice breakers, in her days as the NS Leonid Brezhnev, a new name that only lasted 4 years, from 1982 to 1986, because allegedly her crew hated the name so much they refused to respond to it by radio, only answering when Arktika was used.
(1) Racial housing discrimination [where and when: New York City, 1973-1975] when the Department of Justice sued Trump and his father Fred in 1973 for housing discrimination at 39 sites around New York.
(2) Mafia ties [where and when: New York and Atlantic City, 1970s- ?] wherein Trump has been linked to the mafia many times over the years, with varying degrees of closeness…. There have been a string of other allegations, too, many reported by investigative journalist Wayne Barrett.
(3) Trump University [where and when: 2005-2010, online] — It was also never really a “university” by any definition, and it changed its name to the “Trump Entrepreneur Initiative,” because as its scamming of students occurred, the school was violating New York law by operating without an educational license.
(4) Tenant Intimidation [where and when: New York City, 1982-1986]
(5) The Four Bankruptcies [where and when: 1991, 1992, 2004, 2009]
(6) The undocumented Polish workers [where and when: New York City, 1980] in which Trump took advantage of their labor.
(7) Antitrust Violations [where and when: New Jersey, 1986]
(8) Refusing to Pay Workers and Contractors [where and when: various, 1980s-present]
(9) The Cuban Embargo [where and when: Cuba, 1998-present]
Comic book auteur Frank Miller was born on January 27, 1957, in Olney, Maryland. HIs first confirmed comics credit appeared in Weird Ward Tales #64 (June 1978). He worked as a fill-in and cover artist before he landed the penciling duties on Daredevil, beginning with issue #158 (May 1979). Starting with Daredevil #168, Miller began writing the title as well. He was the penciler and co-plotter, along with Chris Claremont of Wolverine v.1 #1-4 (September-December 1982). In 1986, he wrote and penciled the seminal Batman: The Dark Knight Returns four-issue limited series.
His first creator owned series was Ronin, a six-issue miniseries that DC Comics published in 1983-84. He began writing and penciling Sin City for Dark Horse comics in 1991. He also wrote and drew the limited series 300 in 1998.
Frank Miller is currently co-writing with Brian Azarello The Dark Knight III: The Master Race for DC Comics.
These comics are from my personal collection:
Daredevil v.1 #176 (November 1981), cover by Frank Miller
Daredevil v.1 #181 (April 1982), cover by Frank Miller
Daredevil v.1 #183 (June 1982), cover by Frank Miller
Wolverine v.1 #2 (October 1982), cover by Frank Miller
Ronin (1984), cover by Frank Miller
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: Tenth Anniversary Edition (1996), cover by Frank Miller
300 (1999), cover by Frank Miller
Sin City: Just Another Saturday Night (October 1998), cover by Frank Miller
All-Star Batman and Robin The Boy Wonder #2 (October 2005), cover by Frank Miller
Dar al-Islam in Abiquiu, New Mexico, USA by Hassan Fathy .
The last community project undertaken by Hassan Fathy was Dar al-Islam, a nonprofit educational organization established in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Nuridin Durkee, an American Muslim Scholar and Sahl Kabbani, a Saudi businessman, cofounded the project in 1979 with backing from the family of King Khalid ibn Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia. They chose Abiquiu, New Mexico in part because the landscape would be similar to those of many Muslim lands, and because of the existing tradition of building with adobe. Drawing by Hassan Fathy provided the design for the original buildings. When Fathy presented them in 1980 he brought with him Nubian masons who also demonstrated brick-making and building techniques. The mosque was built to design, but the remaining plan has been altered and moderated to adhere to local building codes.
The community opened in 1982, and by 1986 the school had 7 full time teachers and 6 full time students. It also provided workshops to train educators about Islam. Approximately 30 families had joined the community, which has been planned to house 150.
My console collection part 2:
Atari 2600 - 1977
Atari 2600 jr. - 1984
Atari 5200 - 1982
Atari 7800 - 1986
Sega Genesis with CD & 32x - 1994
Nintendo 64 jungle green - 1999
Nintendo 64 gold (Japan) - 1998
Nintendo GameCube - 2001