AKP NAMES BISSELL STREET OF CHICAGO BEST FOR WHISTLING
The whistle has its roots dating back to ancient China, where night watchmen would blow into the tops of acorns to alert the towns of invading Mongolians. Fast forward a tidbit…In 1989, Guns and Roses released Patience on vinyl and cassette. The acoustic rock song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Axel Rose was born William Bruce Rose, Jr. in Lafayette, Indiana and can whistle with the best.
In Chicago there is a street by the names of Bissell that coincidentally rhymes with whistle, and has the ideal air for tooting. If you look at the satellite image from Google maps (shown above), Bissell is lined with the most Oak Trees per square inch. Oak Trees are known for producing more oxygen than any other tree and Bissell is only 6 blocks long.
- Joseph Hudson of Birmingham, England invented the very first whistle to be used by a football referee (1868).
- AKP also named Bissell Street – best street for goofin‘ in the city.
- The longest whistle in the world is 37 seconds.
- Bissell is also a brand of vacuums.
- There is a cocktail bar in Logan Square named The Whistler.
- Posted by Kevin Doellman, Ayo Kdoe Productions