KTOG ... Kawasaki Triple Owners Group Forum Index KTOG ... Kawasaki Triple Owners Group
Welcome to “The Fellowship Of The Ring-Ding!” KTOG is a group dedicated to the famous Kawasaki S1, S2, S3, H1, H2, and KH series triples.
 
 FAQFAQ   SearchSearch   MemberlistMemberlist   UsergroupsUsergroups   Join! (free) Join! (free)
 ProfileProfile   Log in to check your private messagesLog in to check your private messages   Log inLog in 

On this day in history
Page Previous  1, 2, 3 ... , 13, 14, 15  Next
 
Post new topic   Reply to topic    KTOG ... Kawasaki Triple Owners Group Forum Index -> General Chat
View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:40 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 5
2009 General Abdel Aziz sworn in as President of Mauritania
General Abdel Aziz, who came to power in a coup in 2008, was sworn in as the President of Mauritania after elections in 2009.

1963 Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty is Signed
Also known as the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, the document was signed by the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States in Moscow. The treaty, which came as a response to the heightening tensions due to the frequent testing of nuclear weapons by the these 3 countries during the Cold War, banned the testing of nuclear weapons anywhere on land, over water or in space. Underground testing was still allowed under the treaty, until it was also banned in 1996 after the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty came into force.

1962 Nelson Mandela is Arrested
The South African anti-apartheid activist and adherent of nonviolence was arrested by the government at Rivonia, a suburb of Johannesburg. After a year-long trial, Mandela was imprisoned at the infamous Robben Island prison where we spent the next 18 years. He was released from prison in 1990 after spending 28 years as a political prisoner. In the early 1990s, after intense international and domestic pressure, in part from the efforts of Mandela, the South African government started taking steps to end apartheid – a government policy of racial segregation and discrimination. As a result, Mandela was elected the country’s first black president in 1994.

1960 Burkina Faso gains its Independence
The landlocked West African country, known as Upper Vota until 1984, became a French protectorate in the late 19th century. In 1958, the Republic of Upper Volta was created as a self-governing French colony. After independence, Maurice Yaméogo became the first president of the country, whose name was changed to Burkina Faso in 1984.

1940 Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic is established
The Soviet Union added Latvia to the union as the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic.

Births On This Day – August 5
1979 David Healy
Irish footballer

1968 Marine Le Pen
French politician

1930 Neil Armstrong
American pilot, engineer, astronaut, first person to walk on the moon

1906 John Huston
American director

1850 Guy de Maupassant
French writer

Deaths On This Day – August 5
1991 Paul Brown
American football coach, executive

1984 Richard Burton
Welsh actor

1964 Art Ross
Canadian ice hockey player

1962 Marilyn Monroe
American model, actress, singer

1895 Friedrich Engels
German philosopher
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Sun Aug 06, 2017 1:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 6
2008 Coup in Mauritania
In the 6th coup in the North African country since 1978, President Sidi Ould Cheikh Abdallahi was overthrown and General Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, a career military officer, was installed in his place.

1962 Jamaican Independence
The Caribbean island country was first colonized by the Spanish in the early 16th century. In 1655, the British invaded Spanish Jamaica and made it a colony after the Spanish surrendered. Jamaica soon became one of the most profitable colonies of the British Empire, especially after sugarcane was brought to the island by the English. The Jamaica Independence Act of July 1962, which was a result of anti-colonial sentiments that were spreading throughout the globe, gave Jamaica full independence by leaving the Federation of the West Indies.

1956 Voting Rights Act Becomes Law in the United States
President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the act, which prohibited any discrimination in voting. The act enforces the 14th and 15th amendments to the US Constitution.

1945 US Bombs Hiroshima
In the first of the only two times nuclear weapons have been used in warfare, the United States dropped a nuclear bomb, nicknamed Little Boy on the industrial city of Hiroshima in Japan. Over 150,000 people were estimated killed by the resulting explosion. Japan had joined the Second World War in December 1941 on the side of the Axis powers. After the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings 3 days later on August 9, Japan surrendered to the Allies and ended the Pacific War.

1926 First Woman to Swim Across the English Channel
Gertrude Ederle, an American Olympic swimmer swam across the English channel a body of water between England and France, in 14 hours and 34 minutes. Only 5 other people, all men, had swum across the channel before Ederle.

Births On This Day – August 6
1983 Robin van Persie
Dutch footballer

1928 Andy Warhol
American artist

1911 Lucille Ball
American actress

1881 Alexander Fleming
Scottish scientist, Nobel Prize laureate

1809 Alfred, Lord Tennyson
English poet

Deaths On This Day – August 6
1978 Pope Paul VI
1973 Fulgencio Batista
Cuban army officer, politician, 9th President of Cuba

1969 Theodor W. Adorno
German sociologist, philosopher

1931 Bix Beiderbecke
American pianist, composer

1637 Ben Jonson
English writer
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 7:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 7
2008 War Between Russia and Georgia Breaks Out
The conflict began over South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two breakaway regions of Georgia. When the two provinces broke away from Georgia in the early 1990s and most of the international community did not recognize their independence. Russia on the other hand, backed them and placed peacekeeping forces in the two regions. In 2008, tensions escalated between the two countries after Russia moved a large number of troops in the area. The war ended with Russian victory and with Georgia losing parts of South Ossetia and Abkhazia to Russia.

1998 Coordinated bomb attacks in American embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya kill over 200 people
Responsibility for the twin attacks in the capital cities was taken by an Al-Qaeda affiliate Egyptian Islamic Jihad.

1982 George Washington Institutes the Purple Heart
Then known as the Badge of Military Merit, the Purple Heart is a military decoration. In 1932, on the 200th birth anniversary of Washington, it was decided that the award would given to those wounded or killed while serving in the United States Armed Forces as a result of enemy action on or after April 5, 1917. August 7 is annually observed as Purple Heart Day in the United States.

1974 Daredevil Walks a High Wire Between Twin Towers of the World Trade Center
French high-wire artist Philippe Petit, who was 24 years old at the time, walked 8 times across a high wire between the two towers in 45 minutes. The high wire was was 1,350 feet from the ground.

1960 Ivory Coast Independence
The West African country known as Côte d'Ivoire gained its independence from France after being a member of the French Community for 2 years. Ivory Coast became a French Colony in 1893 under the leadership of explorer Louis Gustave Binger. Felix Houphouet-Boigny became the first president of the independent country and remained in office until his death in 1993.

Births On This Day – August 7
1987 Sidney Crosby
Canadian ice hockey player

1975 David Hicks
Australian alleged terrorist

1975 Charlize Theron
South African model, actress

1958 Bruce Dickinson
English singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor

1876 Mata Hari
Dutch spy

Deaths On This Day – August 7
2011 Mark Hatfield
American politician

2005 Peter Jennings
Canadian/American journalist

1957 Oliver Hardy
American comedian, actor

1941 Rabindranath Tagore
Indian author, poet, Nobel Prize laureate

1938 Constantin Stanislavski
Russian actor, director

Permalink for August 7: On This Day – August 7
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 8
1988 8888 Uprising in Myanmar Begins
The pro-democracy uprising began as a student protest in Burma’s capital city, Yangon. Hundreds and thousands protesters came out on the streets to protest against the one-party rule by General Ne Win. The protests lasted for over a month and were violently put down by the government. They ended after the State Peace and Development Council, a group of senior military officers took over the government in a coup and installed a military junta. The uprisings get their name from the date the protests began - August 8, 1988.

1974 Nixon Announces His Resignation
The 37th President of the United States, Richard Nixon’s resignation came as a response to the Watergate Scandal. The scandal erupted after it was revealed that the Nixon government was involved in the cover-up of a break-in of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Complex. The revelations prompted the Congress to initiate impeachment proceedings against Nixon. His resignation made him the first president in American history to resign while in office.

1969 Photographer Iain Macmillan Takes an Iconic Photograph of the Beatles
One of the most recognizable images of the 20th century, the photograph was taken in the middle of Abbey Road in London and showed all the members of the popular rock band, The Beatles crossing the road on a zebra crossing. The photograph was used as a cover for their 11th album, Abbey Road.

1967 ASEAN is Founded
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is an economic and political organization which was formed after the heads of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand signed the Bangkok Declaration. The purpose of the organization is to promote regional peace and stability and encourage economic development in the region. Today, ASEAN has 10 member states.

1908 Wright Brothers Publicly Show Off Their Flying Machine For the First Time
The human air flight pioneers displayed their flying machine and its capabilities at a racecourse at Le Mans, France, 5 years after they made their first successful flight in 1903. The flight piloted by Wilbur lasted only 1 minute and 45 seconds captured the imagination of their audiences, and silenced their critics and doubters.

Births On This Day – August 8
1981 Roger Federer
Swiss tennis player

1981 Harel Skaat
Israeli singer-songwriter

1969 Faye Wong
Chinese singer-songwriter, actress

1953 Nigel Mansell
English race car driver

1937 Dustin Hoffman
American actor

Deaths On This Day – August 8
1985 Louise Brooks
American actress, dancer

1973 Dean Corll
American serial killer

1944 Michael Wittmann
German SS officer

1909 Mary MacKillop
Australian saint, co-founded the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart

1827 George Canning
English politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 6:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 9
1965 Singapore Leaves Malaysia
The Southeast Asian Island country had joined a Malaysian Federation in 1963 as part of the Malaysia Agreement. In 1965, due to disagreements between leaders of the other members of the federation and Singaporean leaders and race tensions, the Malaysian parliament decided to expel Singapore from the Federation. The country reluctantly became independent on August 9 under the leadership of Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

1945 An Atomic Bomb is dropped on the Japanese city of Nagasaki
3 days after the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, the city of Nagasaki was destroyed by a 21 kiloton atomic bomb nicknamed Fat Boy. About 40 to 80 thousand people were estimated killed during this American-led attack towards the end of the Second World War. A few days later on August 15, Japan surrendered to the Allies, effectively bringing the War to a close by September, 1945.

1942 Quit India Movement Begins in India
The civil disobedience movement against the British colonists was spearheaded by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi had called for peaceful protests in a speech a day earlier at the Gowalia Tank Maidan, Mumbai. In the speech, he made a call of “do or die” and asked his followers to adopt nonviolence when interacting with the British. The movement began with the British imprisoning the Congress Party leadership, including Gandhi. The British ruled India from 1858, when the British Crown took over control of the country from the British East India Company. India gained its independence on August 15, 1947.

1930 Betty Boop Makes Her Debut
The animated cartoon character made her first appearance in the cartoon, Dizzy Dishes. Thought to be modeled after singer Helen Kane, Betty was shown as a woman with an exaggerated body and a child-like face. Created by animator Max Fleischer, she is one of most recognizable cartoon characters in the world.

1854 Henry David Thoreau Publishes Walden
An American transcendentalist, Thoreau wrote the book in a span of just over two years while residing near Walden Pond, a lake in Concord Massachusetts. The book, which is also known as Walden; or, Life in the Woods is about his time living near the lake and is a reflection on living a life of simplicity and austerity.

Births On This Day – August 9
1981 Li Jiawei
Singaporean table tennis player

1963 Whitney Houston
American singer, actress, producer, model

1947 Roy Hodgson
English football manager

1922 Philip Larkin
English poet

1896 Jean Piaget
Swiss psychologist

Deaths On This Day – August 9
2012 David Rakoff
Canadian/American author, actor

1996 Frank Whittle
English engineer, inventor, developed the jet engine

1995 Jerry Garcia
American singer-songwriter, guitarist

1975 Dmitri Shostakovich
Russian composer

1962 Hermann Hesse
German writer, Nobel Prize laureate

Permalink for August 9: On This Day – August 9
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 10
2003 The First Person to Get Married While in Space
Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko was on the International Space Station when he married Ekaterina Dmitrieva, who was located in Texas at the time of the wedding. The wedding took place through a NASA satellite hookup.

2001 An attack on a train during the Angolan Civi War kills about 250 people
Rebels from the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) in Angola derailed a train using an anti-tank mine and opened fire on the passengers.

1990 Magellan Space Probe is Inserted in Orbit Around Venus
The first spacecraft to be launched by a space shuttle, Magellan was a robotic space probe that spent 8 months gathering data about the surface of the planet also known as Earth's twin. The probe was launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on May 4, 1989, when Space Shuttle Atlantis took it to low Earth orbit and released it.

1944 Battle of Narva ends
The 8-day long battle was fought between the German Army and the Soviet Leningrad Front for the control of the Narva Isthmus in Estonia during the Second World War. The battle ended with decisive German victory

1675 The foundation stone for the Royal Observatory, Greenwich is laid
Commissioned by King Charles II of England, the Royal Observatory started operating in 1676 under the supervision of John Flamsteed, the first British Astronomer Royal. The observatory is famous around the world because it location marks the Prime Meridian passes through it.

Births On This Day – August 10
1980 Wade Barrett
English wrestler

1973 Lisa Raymond
American tennis player

1971 Roy Keane
Irish footballer

1960 Antonio Banderas
Spanish actor

1874 Herbert Hoover
American politician, 31st President of the United States

Deaths On This Day – August 10
2008 Isaac Hayes
American singer-songwriter, pianist, producer, actor

1980 Yahya Khan
Pakistan general, politician, 3rd President of Pakistan

1945 Robert H. Goddard
American physicist, inventor

1932 Rin Tin Tin
German/American acting dog

1896 Otto Lilienthal
German pilot, engineer

Permalink for August 10: On This Day – August 10
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Slim



Joined: 22 Jul 2014
Posts: 221


Location: W. Michigan
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey,  you missed Glen Campbell.  

MR. Rhinestone Cowboy passed away a day or two ago.  I think he was 81?
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 12
1990 The largest dinosaur fossil is found
American palaeontologist Sue Hendrickson found the fossilised remains of a Tyrannosaurus rex in the state of South Dakota. Sue, as the dinosaur are now informally called after its discoverer, is thought to have been 14 feet tall when alive.

1981 The IBM Personal Computer is stocked in stores for the first time
Known as the IBM PC or the IBM 5150, the computer had no disk drives and sold for about $1500.

1976 About 3000 refugees are killed during a massacre at a Palestinian refugee camp
The UN-run Tel al-Zaatar Palestinian refugee camp in the outskirts of Beirut, Lebanon had been sieged by members of a right-wing extremist group called the Phalange during the Lebanese civil war.

1883 The last quagga dies in captivity at the Natura Artis Magistra zoo in Amsterdam
A native of South Africa, quaggas were a kind of zebra that had stripes only in the front part of their bodies. They were driven into extinction through human activity and excessive hunting for their skin and meat.

1877 Mars' moon Deimos is discovered by American astronomer Asaph Hall
The discovery took place at the United States Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. Deimos is one of two natural satellites of Mars. The other moon, Phobos was also discovered by Hall and is the bigger satellite of the two. Phobos is also closer to Mars than Deimos is.

Births On This Day – August 12
1990 Mario Balotelli
Italian footballer

1983 Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Dutch footballer

1949 Mark Knopfler
English singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer, composer

1930 George Soros
Hungarian/American businessman, financier, philanthropist

1924 Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq
Pakistani politician, 6th President of Pakistan

Deaths On This Day – August 12
1992 John Cage
American composer

1982 Henry Fonda
American actor, singer, producer

1964 Ian Fleming
English journalist, author

1900 Wilhelm Steinitz
Austrian/American chess player

1827 William Blake
English poet, painter
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 8:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 14
2010 The First Youth Olympics Begins
he Olympic-style games meet was organized by the International Olympic Committee and was held in Singapore. Like the games, the Youth Olympics are held every 4 years and have both summer and winter versions. The first Winter Youth Olympics were held in Innsbruck, Austria in January 2012. Only athletes aged 14 to 18 years are allowed to compete in these games.

1971 Stanford prison experiments begin
The controversial Stanford prison experiments to study the effects of authority in a prison setting began. The experiment had to be shut down by the 6th day because of the adverse effect on the subjects.

1947 Pakistan becomes Independent from British rule
The South Asian country was part of British India Empire, until August 14, 1947, when the region held by the British was partitioned into India and Pakistan. The new country became a part of the commonwealth and appointed Liaquat Ali Khan as its first Prime Minister.

1935 Social Security Act is Signed into Law in the United States
The act, which was signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, provided benefits to the unemployed, retirees, and the disabled.

1904 Battle of Ulsan begins
Also known as the Battle of the Japanese Sea, the conflict took place between Russia and Japan during the Russo-Japanese War.

Births On This Day – August 14
1987 Tim Tebow
American football player

1983 Mila Kunis
Ukrainian/American actress

1960 Sarah Brightman
English soprano, songwriter, actress

1959 Magic Johnson
American basketball player

1945 Steve Martin
American actor, singer, writer, producer

Deaths On This Day – August 14
1956 Bertolt Brecht
German author

1951 William Randolph Hearst
American publisher, politician, founded the Hearst Corporation

1941 Maximilian Kolbe
Polish martyr, saint

1938 Hugh Trumble
Australian cricketer, accountant

1909 William Stanley
English inventor, engineer
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
JohnnyO
Site Admin


Joined: 09 Jan 2012
Posts: 5122


Location: Syracuse, New York
PostPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What Happened On This Day – August 15
2015 North Korea Introduces Pyongyang Time
The East Asian country introduced the time change to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Japanese occupation of Korea. Before the change, North Korea was UTC+09:00. Since this day, the time in the country is UTC+08:30.

1973 US involvement in Vietnam ends
The Case–Church Amendment passed by the US Congress set August 15 as the deadline for the end of the US military involvement in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Because of this, the US ended all military offensives in Vietnam on this day.

1969 The Woodstock Music & Art Fair opens its doors to participants and spectators
The iconic music festival, popularly known as Woodstock was held in Bethel, New York at the 600-acre farm of farmer Max B. Yasgur. Over 400,000 people attended the festival, which is often thought to be a key moment in the anti-establishment movement that was gaining popularity in the United States.

1960 Congo gains its Independence
The Central African country came under French control in the late 19th century. In the early 20th century, the French consolidated their territories in Central Africa to create the French Equatorial Africa, with Brazzaville as its capital. During the Second World War, when the Nazis occupied France, Brazzaville acted as the temporary capital of Free France. After violent protests and riots, the country became independent with Fulbert Youlou as its first President.

1947 India Becomes Independent From British Rule
British control of the South Asian country began in mid 1800s with the East India Company. The company initially established itself in the subcontinent for trading purposes, and then slowly took control over the princely states that separately ruled the country. A violent rebellion in 1857 prompted the British Crown to take over direct rule of India. The time between then and independence in 1945 was marked by violent and nonviolent movements targeted towards gaining independent rule. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a key figure in the nonviolent civil disobedience movement against the British. Independence came with the country being partitioned into India and Pakistan. Jawaharlal Nehru became the first Prime Minister of India, while Liaquat Ali Khan became the first Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Births On This Day – August 15
1968 Debra Messing
American actress

1954 Stieg Larsson
Swedish writer

1912 Julia Child
American chef, author

1872 Sri Aurobindo
Indian philosopher

1769 Napoleon
Corsican/French military officer, political leader

Deaths On This Day – August 15
2011 Rick Rypien
Canadian ice hockey player

1975 Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
Bangladeshi politician, 1st President of Bangladesh

1935 Will Rogers
American actor

1907 Joseph Joachim
Austrian violinist

1118 Alexios I Komnenos
Byzantine Emperor
_________________
Always remember you are unique, like everybody else...
1974 KV 75  1976 KV 75  1977 KH 400   1972 H2 750  1974 S1 Pieces and parts  
Don't take life to seriously,, you'll never get out of it alive and always be the person your dog thinks you are .....
Dale's (mraxl) AWESOME resource site http://www.kawatriple.com/
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic    KTOG ... Kawasaki Triple Owners Group Forum Index -> General Chat All times are GMT - 5 Hours
Page Previous  1, 2, 3 ... , 13, 14, 15  Next
Page 14 of 15

 
Jump to:  
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum

Card File  Gallery  Forum Archive
Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group