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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...



Wednesday May 6, 2015



*Bike To School Day: 6
*Great American Grump Out: 6
*No Diet Day: 6
*No Homework Day: 6
*Nurses Day or National RN Recognition Day: 6
*World Asthma Day: 6
*Occupational Safety & Health Day: 6

*School Nurse Day: 6



This Week is...



*Choose Privacy Week: 1-7
National Tourism Week: 2-10
Be Kind To Animals Week: 3-9
Children's Mental Health Week: 3-9 
Dating and Life Coach Recognition Week: 3-9 
Drinking Water Week: 3-9
Flexible Work Arrangement Week: 3-9
Goodwill Industries Week: 3-9
Kids Win Week: 3-9
National Alcohol & Drug Related Birth Defects Awareness Week:3-9
National Anxiety & Depression Awareness Week: 3-9
National Correctional Officer's Week: 3-9
National Family Week: 3-9
National Hug Holiday Week:3-9
National Pet Week: 3-9
National Post Card Week: 3-9
National Raisin Week: 3-9
North American Occupational Safety & Health Week: 3-9
Public Service Recognition Week: 3-9
Update Your References Week: 3-9
Children's Book Week: 4-10
National Safety Stand Down Week (Constuction Falls): 4-15
National Small Business Week: 4-8
PTA Teacher Appreciation Week:4-8
Screen-Free Week: 4-10




Mike's Blog De Jour



Nearly Impossible Quiz:



Wednesday May 6, 2015



Q:  15% of people have done this at work even though it could get them fired.  What is it?


A:  Snooped or gone through their bosses desk.



Hollywood Hoopla


and other stuff I thought you'd like to know...



Wednesday May 6, 2015



  • Walking Dead star Seth Gilliam -- who plays Father Gabriel -- was arrested Sunday morning in Peachtree City, GA, after allegedly being clocked at 107mph in a 55mph zone.
  • Remember that runner in the Boston Marathon, whose daughter dared her to kiss a mystery man during the race? There was a picture of the kiss between her and the stranger, plastered all over the Internet, asking for the man to be identified. The mom and daughter heard from someone -- the guy's wife. They asked not to be identified and would like to just move on.
  • Bruce Jenner has fired his ex-wife Kris Jenner as his manager. Understandable.
  • Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are expecting again... hoping this latest child will save their marriage.
  • Carroll Spiney is an 81-year-old man and says he has no plans to retire as the guy who brings Sesame Street's Big Bird to life.
  • Mike Huckabee's announcement that he's also running for president yesterday included a stop at a Pizza Ranch in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. For good luck.
  • A new survey of American workers showed that 82% of us either plan to retire after age 65, or to not ever retire.
  • The average age of cars on the road in America is 11 years.
  • China is getting ready to launch a factory whose entire workforce is all robots. 1,000 of them, doing all the jobs needed.
  • According to daughter Melissa, Joan Rivers had 348 plastic surgery procedures during her lifetime.
  • The very first all-vegan shopping mall has opened up in Portland, Oregon.


In Case You Missed It...




(( There's nothing like spending a beautiful weekend with our loved ones. And with a bevy of sunny, blue sky spring days to look forward to, it's time to start planning how to enjoy them to the utmost. Sure, there are tons of summer activities we make time on the calendar for year after year -- hitting the beach, joining the pool -- but who says we have to wait 'til after Memorial Day to get the fun started? Here, 12 springtime must-dos sure to make for amazing memories for your whole family ...


1. Stage a fun family photo shoot
Take pics in your favorite park, lake, or even the backyard.


2. Have a picnic
Maybe after the photo shoot?


3. Check out cherry blossoms
Head to the nearest place where you can spot these majestic spring flowers. Although D.C. is the #1 hot spot for spying cherry blossoms, San Fran, Brooklyn, and Macon, Georgia also boast 'em.


4. Plant a garden together
You'll foster one another's green thumbs and set up some delicious eats for a few months from now!


5. Take a field trip to a farm
To learn how crops grow and visit the animals.


6. Hike in a forest preserve
To check out and maybe photograph everything that's budding and blooming.


7. Learn to sail
There's nothing like getting out on the water on a perfect 70-something degree day.


8. Make your own kites and go fly 'em
Hit the park on a day when the wind is juuust right, and take a colorful kite to the skies.


9. Clean up your grill and have your first BBQ
Nothing like the first burgers and dogs of the season. Yum!


10. Volunteer for a community spring cleanup
Spring cleaning can be fun and for a good cause!


11. Play softball
Rev up for baseball season with a little game of catch.


12. Feed the ducks at a pond
Or try to spy turtles or other animals who are just now coming out of hibernation!



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