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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 October 6, 2017:


October 6th is the 279th day of the year. There are 86 days remaining until the end of the year


  • There are 10 days remaining until Boss's Day
  • There are 25 days remaining until Halloween


Today is:


Garlic Lovers Day, Lee National Denim Day, Mad Hatter Day, National Diversity Day, National German American Day, National Noodle Day, National Physician's Assistant Day and World Smile Day


This Day in History:


--On this date in 1783, the first self-winding clock was patented.  The only thing that could be any lazier would have been a remote control for that self-winding clock.


--On this date in 1863, Dr. Charles H. Sheppard opened the first public bath in Brooklyn, NY. Of all the places I'd like to take a bath in public, Brooklyn isn't one of them.


--On this date in 1889 that Thomas Edison showed his first motion picture, "The Sneeze."  Needless to say, being the only motion picture it was the odds-on favorite to win the Oscar.


--In 1987, The Dow Jones average dropped 91 points, at the time the biggest loss ever. Now we call a 91-point drop, "Tuesday."


--On this date in 1992, a Texas Billionaire named Ross Perot bought a half-hour of prime-time TV and asked Americans to support him in a bid to be president. For a night, Americans were all ears.




National Walk Your Dog Week: 1-7
Universal Children's Week: 1-7
4-H Week: 1-7
Great Books Week: 1-7  
International Post Card Week: 1-7
Mental Illness Awareness Week: 1-7

Mystery Series Week: 1-7 
National Carry A Tune Week: 1-7
National Chimney Safety Week: 1-7
National Midwifery Week:1-7
National Work From Home Week: 1-7 
Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Week : 1-7  
Customer Service Week: 2-6

Drive Safely Work Week:  2-6
Financial Planning Week:  2-8
Health Information and Technology Week: 2-6
Kids' Goal Setting Week:  2-6  
National Health Care Food Service Week: 2-8
National Heimlich Heroes Week:  2-6
Spinning & Weaving Week: 2-6


OCTOBER IS... (Just to name a few)



National Aesthetician Month  Link
National AIDS Awareness Month  Link 
National Animal Safety and Protection Month  Link
National Arts & Humanities Month
National Audiology/Protect Your Hearing Month
National Bake and Decorate Month
National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
National Caramel Month  Link
National Chili Month
National Chiropractic Health Month
National Cookbook Month
National Crime Prevention Month
National Critical Illness Awareness Month
National Cyber Security Awareness Month Link
National Dental Hygiene Month
National Disability Employment Awareness Month Link
National Depression Education & Awareness Month
National Disability Employment Awareness Month
National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
National Down Syndrome Month
National Ergonomics Month Link
National Family Sexuality Education Month - Let's Talk! Link
National Field Trip Month
National "Gain The Inside Advantage" Month
National Go On A Field Trip Month
National Kitchen & Bath Month Link
National Liver Awareness Month
National Medical Librarian Month
National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month  Link
National Orthodontic Health Month
National Physical Therapy Month
National Popcorn Poppin' Month
National Pork Month Link
National Protect Your Hearing Month Link
National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month Link
National Reading Group Month
National Roller Skating Month
National RSV Awareness Month Link
National Sarcastic Awareness Month
National Seafood Month Link
National Spina Bifida Awareness Month
National Stamp Collecting Month
National Stop Bullying Month
National Substance Abuse Prevention Month Link
National Toilet Tank Repair Month Link
National Window Covering Safety Month Link
National Work and Family Month
National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month




Mike's Blog Du Jour




It's "Do Something Nice Day" today and it doesn't take much to do a little something nice for someone.  It will make their day and makes you feel good as well.  Here's a short list of some nice, easy things to do for someone...


  1. Buy a co-worker their favorite coffee drink next time you stop for morning coffee.
  2. When you're driving, let someone merge into your lane.
  3. Offer to stay late and help cleanup at your friend's party.
  4. Smile and make eye contact with people in the grocery store.
  5. Baby-sit for your neighbor's kids while she takes a nap.
  6. Make small talk with the cashier at the store.
  7. Let someone go ahead of you in line.
  8. Visit family members you haven't seen in awhile.
  9. Volunteer to run an errand for a busy co-worker.
  10. Drive a friend to the airport.
  11. Give a genuine compliment to someone.
  12. Over-tip your waiter



Nearly Impossible Quiz:



Tuesday October 17, 2017



Today's Question:  ''20% of people say this is the first thing they do when their car breaks down.  What is it?"


Answer:  Call their father



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Hollywood Hoopla



September 20, 2017


E! News claims Kevin Hart's wife Eniko has reportedly accepted his apology for getting caught on camera cheating on her. A source tells the site: "Eniko is aware of what's going on and that Kevin is not perfect. She has accepted his apology and is focused on her pregnancy and what's to come. She has no plans for divorce. She believes Kevin is a good husband and always comes home to her. She is bothered that these stories find their way into the press and that people are asking her about it. But she does her best to ignore it all and move forward. She listens to her husband and is not going to get stressed out. She is supporting him and standing by him."


A new study by the cyber security firm McAfee reveals that Avril Lavigne is the most dangerous celebrity on the internet. 14.5% of people, who have searched Avril's name have ended up on a website that carries viruses or malware. Bruno Mars was second on the list followed by Carly Rae Jepsen, Zayn Malik, Celine Dion, Calvin Harris, Justin Bieber, Diddy, Katy Perry, and Beyonce


Inside Edition says Kris Jenner may run for public office in 2020 or 2024. Jerry Oppenheimer, the author of "The Kardashians: An American Drama", tells the TV show "I think that is her future — that's what she's telling people very privately — that she's planning to get into politics. She's even talked about thinking that she could be president one day." claims ABC could make an offer to Selena Gomez to judge American Idol. A source tells the site: “Producers think that Selena would be great to join the judging panel because she’d bring in a younger crowd for ratings, she’d be considered the nice judge and they would love her to join because the impact she has with social media. They are putting together a proposal for her and are hoping she will accept it and join the show, it’s a long shot but they are taking the chance to get her. They’d love to have her signed up and all judges by mid October.''


Jennifer Lawrence tells Entertainment Weekly that she gets anxious when she flies. ''I tried to jump out of an Air France flight once. I can't believe I didn't get arrested. I got really claustrophobic and I had to get out. It's scary not being able to control yourself - I've recently had problems with plane anxiety and it's really similar. I'm not afraid of the airplane, I'm afraid of me on the airplane and losing control of myself ... I do always worry I'll just stand up mid-flight and scream, 'We're all going down!' I've done that. You know when they hit an air pocket and it feels like you're falling? I did it on a night flight one time, 'We're going down! It's coming down!''



In Case You Missed It...






  • Avril Lavigne and Bruno Mars topped a list of celebrities on Tuesday ranked the most dangerous to search for online because of results that could expose fans to malicious websites.


  • They estimate that, based on today's spot price, there is $771 trillion worth of gold in our oceans. You'd just have to go through a lot of salt water to process it. Each liter of ocean water contains approximately 13 billionths of a gram of gold.


  • David Hasselhoff has asked a judge if he can stop making alimony payments to his ex-wife, who he divorced in 2006. So far, he's given her $2.6 million.


  • Hillary Clinton says in her new book that white women voted against her because their white husbands told them to.


  • Now they're saying the reason Nicole Kidman didn't mention her two kids with Tom Cruise on Sunday night is that, because of Scientology, they're not allowed to communicate.


  • Johnny Depp tried to sell off his $3 million Kentucky Horse Farm, but the bids didn't come up high enough to hit the minimum.


  • SNL's Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson are dating.



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