Hello Nacho Readers! It’s Friday so it is time again for a Weekly Round Up of news found on the internet! There is some wild stuff going on out there, so let’s take a look.
With two people killed in the most powerful storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in recorded history, officials warned the number was likely to rise as search crews struggled to gain access to ravaged areas and sift through the piles of debris.
NBC News has coverage of the aftermath and cleanup from Hurricane Michael. Hoping all those in the areas got through it and are okay. Hopefully, you can rebuild whatever you need to. It’s now being called the most powerful storm to hit Florida in recorded history. That is really scary remembering some other storms that have it the state. Here is hoping they can recover from it.
The crew returned safely to Earth.
CNET has a report of a Russian Take off being aborted when the rocket holding them during the launch failed. American Nick Hague and Russian Aleksey Ovchinin escaped and are safely back on Earth after the Soyuz Rocket had some kind of failure. There is going to be a long look at what happened and wishing it is something that can be fixed and be just a little bit safer for future missions.
Indianapolis Colts Adam Wells Michael Conroy/Associated Press @adamwells1985 Twitter Logo Featured Columnist Indianapolis Colts guard Matt Slauson suffered a significant injury during last Thursday’s loss to the New England Patriots that could have been even worse.
Bleacher Report has a scary report out of football as it was found that Indianapolis Colts guard Matt Slauson had fracture 2 Vertebrae in his back and CONTINUED TO PLAY. A cracked Vertebrae in your back is a serious injury, even if you aren’t playing Football! He was extremely close to being paralyzed and maybe he will be taking some time off to heal and be back. That was scary close!
Nintendo surprises Switch Online subscribers with stealth release of a “souped-up” The Legend of Zelda
Wesley Yin-Poole Deputy Editor @wyp100 Nintendo has stealth released a special version of The Legend of Zelda to Switch Online subscribers. Today, as announced, Solomon’s Key, NES Open Tournament Golf and Super Dodge Ball were added to the Switch Online NES catalogue of games.
Eurogamer has something MUCH more light-hearted as Nintendo released the classic The Legend of Zelda game for Online Subscribers of the Twitch system, and did so unannounced. Nintendo released the game to the Switch Online network along with announced classic games Solomon’s Key, NES Open Tournament Golf and Super Dodge Ball, but as a surprised they released an “enhanced” version of the classic game called “The Legend of Zelda – Living the life of luxury!” that gives you a lot more to start with hearts, rupees, and a lot of weapons. Brings me back to the days of the original Game Genie.
A dog bit a man in the genitals in a flat in Haddington High Street, East Lothian Victim was rushed to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after the incident on Sunday He was induced into a coma and police are inquiring into ‘the full circumstances’ A man is in a coma after a bulldog bit off his genitals.
The Daily Mail in England has a REALLY strange on as they report that a 22-year-old Scottish man was put into a medically induced coma after his “bits” were BITTEN OFF by an English Bulldog. A story like this brings up WAY to many questions more than it answers any, and the answers to THOSE questions are probably not kosher to begin with. I’d like to point out that this is not normal behavior and Bulldogs aren’t know to bite off your….*shiver*
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has revealed the nominees for its class of 2019. They include Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, Janet Jackson, Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, The Cure, and Def Leppard. Other finalists include Todd Rundgren, Rufus and Chaka Khan, LL Cool J, The Zombies, Devo, John Prine, MC5, and Kraftwerk.
Consequence of Sound has a look at the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Finalists that can be voted on to who of the group goes into the hall of fame in April in 2019. The finalists are Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, Janet Jackson, Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, The Cure, Def Leppard, Todd Rundgren, Rufus and Chaka Khan, LL Cool J, The Zombies, Devo, John Prine, MC5, and Kraftwerk. The top five vote-getters will be inducted in a big ceremony that will later be shown on HBO. I’ve already made my vote, so go to their website and make yours!
Moving day has come and gone for the people and fish, so next it’s the landmark’s rat population that’ll be looking for a new home. Last Saturday, the wholesale section of Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market shut down for good, bringing an end to a 83-year seafood legacy at the site that’s earned worldwide fame.
SoraNews 24 has two stories following up on the move of the Famed Tsukiji Fish Market 2 miles down the road and becoming the Toyosu Fish Market. The first story is about what is still living at the old site, RATS. It is feared that with the old site being demolished, the little critters will move and find new homes as well.
Another story they have is a relocation of one of the world’s oldest Beef bowl restaurants that has been in operation since 1926. That predates the old market by 12 years and this place relocated the Tsukiji when it was first built in 1938. They are set up in the new market now and already offering up good food in Toyosu.
And all that food has to go somewhere.
SOMERVILLE (NEWS CENTER Maine) – We love our moose in Maine, but Mary Winchenbach loves their poop even more. She collects moose droppings around her Somerville home to turn them into crafts. Her business, Tirdy Works, has been selling wood crafts incorporated with moose poop for 15 years.
Local Maine channel WCSH 6 has a profile of local artist Mary Winchenbach and her medium of choice. Moose Poop. She has created “Tirdy Works” and sells her artistic creations made from… Moose Poop. To paraphrase a little bit, One Moose’s poop is another woman’s treasure.
And with that, we end another Round Up of interesting news. Remeber in life to Keep your Eyes open and Keep Reading!