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Manley in the Morning

I was born & raised in Marysville, Washington (the other Marysville).  I am the son of teacher parents so education was pretty important in my family.  I graduated with a B.S. degree in Organizational & Mass Communications from Eastern Washington University (after a lengthy battle over a typing compentency test, which I eventually won).  When I got to college I asked someone who had the best parties and they told me to try the Radio & Television Department.  So I got a job on the campus station and it turns out the guy was right, I got hooked on radio and the rest is the proverbial history.


I'd like to know what you are up too.  Send me an e-mail about your favorite things to do, fun websites you've found, funny stories or gossip you may have heard and things that you and your friends and co-workers are talking about (I can always use the material).  Thanks for listening and thanks for stopping by my page.  By the way if you have any thoughts about stuff you'd like to see here, send me an e-mail. - Manley



Manley's History lesson...


Friday April 21, 2017:


April 21st is the 111th day of the year. There are 254 days remaining until the end of the year


  • There are 14 days remaining until Cinco De Mayo
  • There are 23 days remaining until Mother's Day

Today is:


Big Word Day, Bulldogs are Beautiful Day, Keep Off the Grass Day, Kindergarten Day, National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day, Thank You for Libraries Day and Tuna Rights Day


This Day in History:


--In 1836, Texas gained it's independence when Sam Houston beat Santa Ana in double overtime.


--The first Kindergarten was founded by Friedrich Froebel in Germany in 1837. What's the difference between Congress and kindergarten? A kindergarten has adult supervision.


-- On this date in 1952, Secretaries Day (now Administrative Professionals' Day) was first celebrated. 


--In 1980, Rosie Ruiz became the first woman to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon... only to be discovered later that she cheated and actually didn't run the entire race, but rather jumped onto the course about a half mile from the finish.


-- On this date in 1982, the first artificial heart transplant took place.  Unfortunately they replaced the heart with a water pump from a 72 Dodge.


-- On this date in 1986, Geraldo Rivera opened Al Capone's vault on live television and found nothing.  Since then he's been searching for his dignity with much the same results.



*International Wildlife Film Week: 15-22
*National Park Week: 15-23 
*Coin Week: 16-22
*National Karaoke Week: 16-22
*National Pet ID Week: 16-22
*National Paperboard Packaging Week: 16-22
*Animal Cruelty/Human Violence Awareness Week: 17-23
*National Occupational Health Nursing Week: 17-23
*Safe Kids Week: 17-22
*Cleaning For A Reason Week: 18-24
*Consumer Awareness Week: 18-23
*Police Officers Who Gave Their Lives In The Line of Duty Week: 18-23
*Fiddler's Frolic: 20-23




National African American Women's Fitness Month
National Autism Awareness Month
National Cancer Control Month 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
National Card and Letter Writing Month
National Decorating Month
National Exchange Club - Child Abuse Prevention Month
National DNA & Genomics & Stem Cell Education & Awareness Month
National Donate Life Month
National Facial Protection Month
National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month 
National Garden Month
National Heartworm Awareness Month
National Humor Month
National Kite Month
National Knuckles Down Month
National Landscape Architecture Month
National Lawncare Month
National Licorice Month
National Minority Health Month
National Multiple Birth Awareness Month
National Occupational Therapy Month
National Parkinson's Awareness Month
National Pecan Month
National Pest Management Month
National Pet Month
National Poetry Month
National Rebuilding Month
National Safe Digging Month
National Sarcoidosis Awareness Month
National Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month
National Social Security Month 
National Toddler Immunization Month
National Youth Sports Safety Month




Mike's Blog Du Jour



It's "Big Word Day" today and I thought just to show off I would include a big word in this blog so here it is...CAT.  Thank you.



Nearly Impossible Quiz:



Friday April 21, 2017



Question:  50% of people think this could hold them back from advancing in their career? What is it?


Answer: Tattoo



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Hollywood Hoopla



April 21, 2017


Page Six claims Cuba Gooding Jr's father, Cuba Gooding Sr, died yesterday of a possible overdose. He was found slumped over inside his silver Jaguar. Medics were unsuccessful in their bid to resuscitate the 72 year-old soul singer.


Life & Style Weekly, citing OK! magazine, claims after Katy Perry broke up with Orlando Bloom, John Mayer sent her 100 roses and a card that read “I’m here for you.” A source says Katy had her assistant donate the flowers to a nursing home. "She's horrified that he's pining for her so publicly. She's hardened her heart against him. He's desperate to convince her he's a changed man, but she's told friends she'll get rid of anything he sends her.''


People magazine claims Amy Schumer was recently jogging in Chicago when she stopped into a Mattress Firm store and asked to use the bathroom. Upon leaving, Amy asked the clerk which mattress was her favorite. The clerk pointed to her favorite before Amy gave her $2,000 to buy it. The employee tells WGN News: “It’s amazing, mind blowing. I’m still shocked. After she left, I Googled her name. The lady that was right there talking to me is Amy Schumer. It was amazing. Unbelievable.”


The Daily Mail claims Caitlyn Jenner may do a nude photoshoot now that she's had gender reassignment surgery. A source tells the paper that her son Brody has informed the Kardashians of her plans. ''Brody told them that Caitlyn has planned and booked a full nude photo shoot and they were like, that’s unacceptable, it’s taking things too far. They’re hoping the shoot doesn't come to pass because that would be their worst nightmare. Taking it to that level and unveiling her [new body] with a fully naked photo spread is going way too far. Kris, has vowed to stop the shoot from going ahead. She knew the surgery was inevitable and it was bound to happen. But she says she will do everything in her power to stop the shoot if she can.''


Naughty Gossip claims Bradley Cooper has turned down a $10 million offer for the first pictures of his baby. A source tells the site: “Bradley has been approached by several photo agencies to do an exclusive photo shoot of him shirtless holding his new bundle of joy, but so far he has passed on every offer including one worth $1 million. He is super private about his family and would never sell pictures. He is happy that he kept the birth a secret for two weeks and hopes to keep that baby out of the public spotlight for as long as possible. He hasn’t even told friends the name or the sex of the baby yet.”



In Case You Missed It...





  • A U.S. judge has blocked a planned release of new Prince music on the first anniversary of his death this week. The Minnesota district court on Wednesday issued a temporary injunction barring the release of the six-song EP "Deliverance."


  • You'll probably see lettuce prices climbing as that California rain -- while great for ending their drought -- has messed with the lettuce crop.


  • The University of Tennessee is offering a Dolly Parton history course.


  • Major League baseball says umpires may soon wear microphones to explain their rulings.


  • Hillary Clinton's camp is trying to figure out who leaked embarrassing information to the authors of a bombshell new book about her "doomed presidential campaign."



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