“He’s probably had more of an impact on the history of the city since the 1960s than any one person,” Artz said. “There probably will never be anyone like him again.”

“You have to do what you have to do,” he told the OC Weekly newspaper in 2011. “It would be ridiculous to have spicy food for the first time someone tries Mexican food and kill them.”

FILE - In this undated file photo, Dollree Mapp is escorted into 105th precinct in New York. A woman who told police to come back with a warrant if they wanted to search her Ohio home in 1957, leading to a landmark Supreme Court case on police searches and seizures, has died. Dollree Mapp died Oct. 31 in Conyers, Ga. A relative and caretaker, Carolyn Mapp, confirmed her death Wednesday and said she died on the day after her birthday at the age of 91. (AP Photo, File)

“Any time someone is abused by the system, they have a right to stand up for themselves,” she told Carolyn N. Long of Washington State University Vancouver. Mapp also told Long she never got back the pornographic books that touched off her case.

This Oct. 1, 2005 photo provided by the University of Mississippi Communications shows Mary Ann Mobley, right, and husband Gary Collins, at the charity event Mississippi Rising, a fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina relief,  held at Tad Smith Coliseum at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss. The former Miss America who went on to appear in movies with Elvis Presley and make documentary films around the world has died. A spokesman for the University of Mississippi confirmed that Mary Ann Mobley Collins died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014, in Beverly Hills, Calif. She was 75. (AP Photo/University of Mississippi Communications)

She became an actress a few years later, with credits including such TV shows as “General Hospital” and “Perry Mason,” and films such as “Girl Happy” with Presley and “Three on a Couch” with Jerry Lewis.

FILE - In this July 2009 file picture , German-American game developer Ralph Baer shows the prototype of the first games console, invented by him during a press conference  at the Games Convention Online in Leipzig, Germany.  The video game pioneer who created both the precursor to "Pong" and the electronic memory game "Simon" has died. Ralph Baer also was leader of the team that developed the Magnavox Odyssey, the first home video game console. Baer,  who was born in Germany and escaped the Holocaust with his family, was a longtime resident of Manchester, New Hampshire. The Goodwin Funeral Home confirmed Monday Dec. 8, 2014 that he died at his home Saturday. He was 92. (AP Photo/dpa,Jens Wolf,File)

“People thought I was wasting my time and the company’s money for that matter,” he said in 2010. “There’s no way anybody could have predicted how fast this industry would take off.”