Friday, June 19, 2015

Friday Whatever

According to this, I should live to a ripe old age, bad teeth and all.

Obituary: Comcast founder Ralph Roberts, died at the early age of 95:

Using money from the sale, Roberts set up an investment company. A street encounter with an acquaintance led to his purchase of American Cable Systems.

In 1969, the company was renamed Comcast - a combination of "communications" and "broadcast" - and incorporated in Pennsylvania. Roberts began acquiring smaller cable systems and built the company into the nation's fifth-largest by 1988. Two years later, his son would become president of Comcast and continued the expansion Roberts began.

Now Comcast is the nation's largest provider of cable TV and home Internet service.

Nitwit needs a shot of vitamin B12.

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