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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...



Thursday May 25, 2017:


May 25th is the 145th day of the year. There are 220 days remaining until the end of the year


  • There are 4 days until Memorial Day
  • There are 24 days remaining until Father's Day

Today is:


Geek Pride Day, National Brown-Bag-It Day, National Missing Children's Day, National Tap Dance Day,  National Wine Day, Cookie Monster's Birthday, Red Nose Day, Towel Day and Eat More Fruits & Vegetables Day

This day in History:


--In 1935, Babe Ruth hit his 714th and final home run.


--In 1953, the very first atomic cannon was fired at Frenchman Flat, Nevada. To give you an idea on how powerful the blast was, before the cannon was fired, the town was called Frenchman Mtn.


--On this date in 1961, President John Kennedy said he'd like to put a man on the moon within the decade. The man he had in mind was Richard Nixon.


--In 1977, the first "Star Wars" movie, "Episode IV: A New Hope," opened nationally. So far, there have been eight successful "Star Wars" movies. But George Lucas also produced several other space movies that weren't nearly as successful. Here's the top five "Star Wars" movies you never saw:

  1. "Riding in Cars with Ewoks"
  2. "The Bad News Bears go to Tatooine"
  3. "Starsky & Vader"
  4. "Animal Force"
  5. "Intergalactic Police Academy 7"



National Safe Boating Week: 20-26
EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Week: 21-27 
International Heritage Breeds Week: 21-27 
National New Friends, Old Friends Week: 21-27 
National Stationery Week: 21-24
World Trade Week: 21-27
Healthy and Safe Swimming Week: 22-28
National Backyard Games Week: 22-29


MAY IS...(Presidential Proclimations)


National Allergy/Asthma Awareness Month Link
National Barbeque Month
National Better Hearing Month Link
National Bike Month Link
National Egg Month Link  Link
National Electrical Safety Month  Link
National Foster Care Month Link
National Good Car Keeping Month
National Guide Dog Month Link
National Hamburger Month Link
National Hepatitis Awareness Month
National High Blood Pressure Education Month  Link
National Inventors Month Link
National Meditation Month
National Mediterranean Diet Month Link
National Mental Health Month
National Military Appreciation Month Link
National Moving Month
National Pet Month  Link
National Osteoporosis Prevention Month
National Photo Month
National Physical Fitness & Sports Month
National Physiotherapy Month Link
National Preservation Month
National Salad Month
National Salsa Month (The Sauce not The Dance)
National Service Dog Eye Examination Month  Link
National Smile Month  Link
National Syringomyelia Awareness Month  Link  
National Stroke Awareness Month
National Sweet Vidalia Onions Month
National Toddler Immunization Month Link
National Tuberous Sclerosis Month Link
National Water Safety Month Link
National Vinegar Month
National Youth Traffic Safety Month Link




Mike's Blog Du Jour



Once again I find my self trying to take on more than I can handle.  It's both National Wine Day and Eat More Fruits & Vegetables Day.  Wine is made from grapes and grapes are fruit so how many glasses of wine does it take to equal a serving of fruit?  It's an old argument, but I think it's a valid one.



Nearly Impossible Quiz:



Tuesday May 23, 2017



Question:  What do coconuts, sombreros, pillows & frisbees have in common?


Answer:  They can be mailed without using a box



(Take this answer to the Mix VIP Club and get your points)




Hollywood Hoopla



May 19, 2017


Justin Bieber is looking to get married. quotes him as saying; “I mean, I honestly want to find a girlfriend. I seriously want a girlfriend. Dead serious. I want to get married! Not right now, but, like, soon.”  (So basically it sounds like he really doesn’t want to get married)


Radar Online claims Jennifer Lopez has allegedly hired a private investigator to tail Alex Rodriguez. A source tells the site: “Jen knows this guy has a reputation for being a ‘playa’ as much as being a player. She’s well aware Alex was reported to have cheated on his then-wifeCynthia with Madonna back in 2008, humiliating her while she looked after their two daughters. Jennifer doesn’t want to be another notch in A-Rod’s belt,” the insider dished. “She signed up for a baseball player — not a swinger.” (Yeah this relationship is "solid.")


The Huffington Post claims Netflix may do a new movie about Michael Jackson's chimpanzee Bubbles. Netflix reportedly bought the rights to the film for $20 million. The film will chronicle Bubbles and Michael's relationship through Bubbles' eyes.  (Anyone else feeling disturbed by this?)


OK! magazine claims Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting a baby girl. A source tells the magazine; "Kate is about 15 weeks along. Kate and Prince William weren't necessarily trying to have a third child, but they weren't not trying, either." ( I don't get it, what are they trying to say?)


Naughty Gossip claims Kanye West has gone into hiding. A source tells the site; “Kanye never found the happiness he was looking for by being famous. In fact, if anything, the spotlight made him unhappier. He has decided to take a break and step away for a while. Not going to the Met ball was a big deal for him. He loves that event and thinks of himself as a serous designer. He has just had enough and doesn’t care if he is never photographed again.”  (Now only if his wife and the rest of her family would do the same) claims Danny 'Machete' Trejo has opened his own coffee and donut shop in Los Angeles called Trejo's. He serves 15 types of donuts including the Nacho Donut which features jalapenos, Trejo's own hot sauce and cheddar cheese.  (That's exactly what I have always thought was missing from donuts was the hot sauce & cheddar cheese?)



In Case You Missed It...





  • Deadliest Catch" Capt Sig Hansen arrested/booked into jail early this morning on suspicion of Assault and Prop Destruction.


  • A chef has developed a chili pepper so hot, it is said to be able to send people into a deadly anaphylactic shock.


  • A storm chaser in Texas proposed to his girlfriend with a tornado visible in the distance.


  • Horse-racing's second jewel in the Triple Crown, the Preakness, takes place tomorrow at the Pimlico race track in Baltimore.


  • There's 1 dead, 23 injured after someone drove through pedestrians in Times Square yesterday.



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