MFOUND: $90.2 million of Manhattan College Project revenue bonds

2017-May-29

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/28/business/treasury-auctions-set-for-the-week-of-may-29.html?ref=todayspaper&_r=0

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Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of May 29$216.7 million of unlimited tax refinancing bonds. Piper Jaffray. Build NYC Resource Corporation, N.Y., $90.2 million of Manhattan College Project revenue bonds. Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Clark County, Nev., $148 million of Airport …

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Build NYC Resource Corporation, N.Y., $90.2 million of Manhattan College Project revenue bonds. Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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[JR: Interesting? What “revenue”?]  

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ADMINISTRIVIA: My positraction didn’t post but some old ones did

2017-May-29

Yesterday’s POSITRACTION didn’t post. Had to manually readd it?

And, some old drafts, that, for some reason, were never posted, were.

Go figure. Magic. Great Brother Jasper’s Ghost, or just my ineptitude?

Argh!

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JFACEBOOK: The Greenleaf from the late 70’s

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2013 01JAN 05 Greenleaf

Manhattan College Alumni
This week’s Way-back Wednesday photo is The Greenleaf from the late 70’s. Cheers to the good ol’ days and to 2013!
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Pete Krupp Least we forget Broadway a/k/a Joe’s Pizza. Some great times were had there before and after the Greenleaf, Pinewood or Terminal. I didn’t distinguish between locals or student establishments. A cold adult beverage was a cold adult beverage no matter the source. 72 – 76.
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Richard Enright Brings back memories. I was known to have tipped a couple of tall cool ones there.
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Anthony Pignataro What was the name of the bar just a little way up from Overlook? 1980-84 timeframe… Drawing a blank on that one
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William S. Kehrer The Class of ’63 spent many a Friday night there.
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Angela Lynch Guerriero The Leprechaun was up from Overlook.
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FJohn Reinke For this injineer, the Greenleaf was a required rest stop after Theoology with Father Bruce. With my head filled with “dannny lew” and the ways to know God, Teilhard de Cardin saying science leads us to God, and being called a blundering barbarian from down the hill to tortue the Arts Department, I needed to wash away my sins. Argh! Times were so much simpler then. I didn’t patronize the Leaf when I was in High School, they checked proof; whereas the Terminal was content to over charge us for the ‘water of life’. Argh! So much simpler.
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Joseph Morris very cool. I guess this later became Characters
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Joseph Morris The Terminal, Characters are now long gone of course
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Ed Maher Anthony, Downey’s was the name of the bar up the hill from Overlook…’70 – ’74. One of the owner’s sons (I think his name was Mike) was a Jasper…class of ’76 I believe.
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Gerry Whelan In the name of the Greenleaf, the Pinewood and the Holy Spirit…places of worship!
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Peter Muszynski I remember when they were the only bar you could get Coors, because of the difficulty in delivering. We would be packed in like sardines to get a beer that wasn’t really that good.
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John Meyers It didn’t look much different than this in 1985!
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Meg Garvey Seman OMG! Many a fun time there and at the Terminal!,
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Phil Nannery Love it !!
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Rich DeVito We spent many nights there breakng up fights.
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Cathleen Russell DiBenedetto Holy Cow!! The girls from Elizabeth Seton College used to go there after we drank at the Terminal first!
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Jim ODea 5 drafts for a buck. Prairie fire shots (white tequila/tabasco) and you had to gargle it
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Gordan Duffield Best corned beef and cabbage on the planet on St. Pats!! All the draft beer you can drink!! This from an Iona Gael!!
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Gordan Duffield Talking 1966 thru 1969!!
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Kathy O’Connell McGrath Lots of Memories……
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Kathleen Sherlock great picture
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Christine Campbell for those of us at the overlook dorm very convenient. an institution.
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Rosalie Lorenzo OMG! Tons of memories!
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Joe Doc Dougherty Ah the Greenleaf! Remember old Tim Nancy Botjer Riordan
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Jim Gallagher First beer as a freshman there, 1978.
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Jim Gallagher Also loved to watch Monday night football there.
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Martha Elena Miranda I think this was Characters when I was at Manhattan…?
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John Cass I am probably still banned
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Kathleen Leonardi What a great place – a lot of good memories (I THINK!!!)
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Maria Norcia Santillanes Great memories for sure!
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MaryAnn McCarra LOL! Any pictures of the Pinewood, the Terminal, or Dorney & Malone’s? Sidekicks? Doubledays?
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Nancy Campion memories
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Manhattan College Alumni MaryAnn, you’ll have to wait to see. Many more Way-back Wednesday photos to come!

And Jaspers, please feel free to send any photos from your time at Manhattan to the alumni office. We’d love to use your submissions for future postings. Email photos to alumni@manhattan.edu.
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Edward Tsyitee Maria, in the70’s, you weren’t old enough to go there
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Jean Burwell Scanlon brings a smile to my face…good times in the early 80s
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Tom Blackburne Pinewood is now a Pizzeria. We had great times in all 3. Terminal stayed open latter that the other 2 in the early 70s. And then there was the 24/7 favorite – White Tower… it’s gone also. Drinking age in early 70s was 18.
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Kenneth Raleigh I spent a many a night in the GreenLeaf.always a good time
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Maria Norcia Santillanes Edward, I graduated in ’80 …. but thank you for the compliment
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Frankie Flynn Ah the memories…..
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Edward Tsyitee Ahh, you’re still just a kid
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Elizabeth Budington Perricelli I went there every weekend when it was Characters! Loved that bar!!!! Great memories!
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Pete Smith good lord a gohst from the past i remember crawling out of that hovel
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Eleanor Rush-Morgan what memories…
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Nancy McCarthy Dolan Riker Oh my, a blast from the past. Loved the music.
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Kathy Tobin I had many a good time there!!
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Jim Romano Wow, Glen what about the Terminal and the Pinewood?
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Mary Rynne Is that the Greentree on Bainbridge
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Frankie Flynn No Mary, 242nd St. & Bway. Manhattan College bar.
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Dan Carbone Oh yeah, the Big 3: The Pinewood, The Terminal and The Greenleaf.
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Bob Athanasidy OMG! Loved that place – held most of my classes there!
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Joseph McNulty 5 beers for a $1.00 those were the days…
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Emma Julia Ted asks: Is it still there?
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Dan Carbone The Big 3: The Greenleaf, The Terminal and The Pinewood.
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Thomas Emmett Flynn By our time, the mid-sixties, The Pinewood was the place to be! The Greanleaf and Terminal had sunk beneath raunchiness. And then there was The Broadway Deli next door to The Pinewood where I labored weekends making the best hero sandwiches in NYC.
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Thomas Dwyer i wonder where our pinewood mugs are?
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Dominick Lauria I remember drinking Coors at the Green Leaf in the 70’s when it was hard to get it on the East coast. It came in cans with two tabs on top.

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JOBIT: Kennedy, Joseph Martin [MC???? RIP] on 2017-05MAY-19

http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/Joseph-Martin-Kennedy-104821566

Joseph Martin Kennedy
January 31, 1949 – May 19, 2017
New Jersey

Joseph was born on January 31, 1949 and passed away on Friday, May 19, 2017.

Joseph was a resident of New Jersey.

He graduated from St. Joseph’s of the Palisades High School Manhattan College and New York Law School.

Visitation will be on Tuesday May 30 2017 from 2-4 pm and 6-9 pm at Higgins and Bonner Funeral Home located at 582 Springfield Ave. Westfield NJ. The Funeral Mass will be offered at St. Genevieve Church at 200 Monmouth Road in Elizabeth NJ on May 31 2017 at 10 am. Interment will follow at the Fairview Cemetery 1100 East Broad St. Westfield NJ.

Donations can be made out to NYU Medical Center; in the memo portion kindly write “Vulnerable Brain Project” in memory of Joe Kennedy; donations can be mailed to the office of: William Slater MD Associate Professor Division of Cardiology NYU School of Medicine 530 First Ave Skirball 9U New York New York 10016.

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Kennedy, Joseph Martin [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: Same link

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POSITRACTION: Photographer gives his skill and then some to poor children

2017-May-28

http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/photographer-offers-take-free-graduation-photos-kids-cant-afford/?utm_campaign=newsletters&utm_medium=weekly_mailout&utm_source=24-05-2017

Photographer Offers to Take Free Graduation Photos for Kids Who Can’t Afford Them
by McKinley Corbley – May 18, 2017

2017 05May 27 Kids Graduating Facebook

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Richard Wah doesn’t have any photos of his high school graduation – that’s because he didn’t have the money to pay for a photographer when he was a teenager.

Now that he’s 44 years old, however, he wants to give other kids the opportunities that he never had.

Richard, who works as a photographer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is offering free graduation photoshoots to youth who can’t afford them. All the grads have to do is send Richard an email, grab their cap and gown, and show up for the shoot.

The photographer has even hired a barber and two makeup artists to spruce up the grads’ look.

The Philly resident first got the idea for the free photos when he was riding the public bus and saw a group of high school grads sporting caps and gowns – except none of them had any parents or family there to support them.

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OK, it’s not Bill Gates style charity, but maybe IMHO it’s worth more. It’s personal. It’s the Good Samaritan type charity.

It makes the world a kinder place for those that need it.

All it requires is a little sensitivity to the needs of others.

Dona Nobis Pacem

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POSITRACTION: Photographer gives his skill and then some to poor children

2017-May-28

http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/photographer-offers-take-free-graduation-photos-kids-cant-afford/?utm_campaign=newsletters&utm_medium=weekly_mailout&utm_source=24-05-2017

Photographer Offers to Take Free Graduation Photos for Kids Who Can’t Afford Them
by McKinley Corbley – May 18, 2017

2017 05May 27 Kids Graduating Facebook

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Richard Wah doesn’t have any photos of his high school graduation – that’s because he didn’t have the money to pay for a photographer when he was a teenager.

Now that he’s 44 years old, however, he wants to give other kids the opportunities that he never had.

Richard, who works as a photographer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is offering free graduation photoshoots to youth who can’t afford them. All the grads have to do is send Richard an email, grab their cap and gown, and show up for the shoot.

The photographer has even hired a barber and two makeup artists to spruce up the grads’ look.

The Philly resident first got the idea for the free photos when he was riding the public bus and saw a group of high school grads sporting caps and gowns – except none of them had any parents or family there to support them.

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OK, it’s not Bill Gates style charity, but maybe IMHO it’s worth more. It’s personal. It’s the Good Samaritan type charity.

It makes the world a kinder place for those that need it.

All it requires is a little sensitivity to the needs of others.

Dona Nobis Pacem

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ENDNOTE: All life is “sacred” and precious. Even some dumb cow.

2017-May-27

http://www.animalsaustralia.org/features/cows-living-and-loving-life.php 

Twenty-five cows destined for slaughter were given a rare second chance. Watch as they greet the beginning of Spring — and the start of their new lives — in a display of some of the purest joy you will ever see.

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Now, I’m not yet a vegan. Nor a Buddhist. But I am pro-life and pro-choice.

I watched this video. 

It reinforced my prejudice that all life is “sacred” and precious. Even some dumb cow.

It teaches us humanity and, obviously based on the fundraising for a foundation, it’s strikes a common chord.

Maybe it’s when we look at individuals or a specific instance, our “soul” is awakened.

I’m not sure that cows feel “joy”. I know that humans anthropomorphize and see pattern in clouds; our minds make us see what we want to see.

But there is a beauty in life and nature far beyond my ability to comprehend or create.

So I’ll just be in awe of what I don’t understand.

Somewhat like those “cargo cults” in the South Pacific waiting for the planes bringing stuff to come back. Uncomprehending of the exernal realities.

Just like me!

Except I’m a fat old white guy injineer and I “know it all”. (Just ask my fiancée or my relatives!)

I just watch the video of these cows and wondered who’s the “dumb one” now.

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