Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Morning Show

Brought to you in part by...

Get the Flash Player to see this player.



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 January 30, 2015



*Fun at Work Day: 30 (Last Friday)
*Inane Answering Message Day: 30
*National Pre-school Fitness Day: 30 (Last Friday)

Saturday Jan. 31

*Appreciate Your Social Security Check Day: 31
*Inspire Your Heart with Art Day: 31
*National Seed Swap Day: 31

Sunday Feb. 1

*Car Insurance Day: 1
*Change Your Password Day: 1
*Decorating With Candy Day: 1
*G.I. Joe Day: 1
*Hula in The Coola Day: 1
*International Face & Body Art Day: 1 
* Freedom Day: 1
*National Girls & Women in Sports Day: 1 (First Sunday)
*Popcorn Day: 1  
*Robinson Crusoe Day: 1
*Serpent Day: 1
*Spunky Old Broads Day: 1 (also all month)
*Super Bowl XLIX: 1





National Nurse Anesthetists Week: 25-31
World Leprosy Week: 25-31
Catholic Schools Week: 25-31
Clean Out Your Inbox Week: 25-31
Meat Week: 25-2/1 (Begins on Last Sunday)
National Cowboy Poetry Gathering Week: 26-31
National Medical Group Practice Week: 26-31 (Starts 4th Monday)



Mike's Blog De Jour


It's Freethinkers Day today.  I got to thinking, why would someone think for free when there are lots of folks out there who, if the thoughts were worth something, would be more than willing to pay you for them?  Then again, I have had lots of thoughts that most people would consider to be worthless and I have managed made a decent living from those... so what do I know?


                                                                                   - Manley

Nearly Impossible Quiz:



Thursday January 30, 2015


Q:  1.5 million Americans will be doing this on Monday Morning.  What is it?


A:  Calling in sick to work

Hollywood Hoopla


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



Thursday January 30, 2015



  • The FDA has approved its first generic version of the heartburn drug Nexium.
  • On the way -- a parody of "The Walking Dead," called "The Walking Deceased."
  • If you didn't know, hotels and rental cars are almost non-existent in Phoenix, with the Super Bowl and the Phoenix Open Golf Tournament in town the same weekend.
  • Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey's ex-nanny is suing them, saying she was dismissed for showing their twins "too much affection."
  • Police found a suitcase full of human body parts near Twitter headquarters in San Francisco.
  • The first White Castle in Las Vegas opened on Wednesday and then had to close for a couple of hours while it re-stocked. The lines went on for blocks.
  • Former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura says he won't go see "American Sniper" because he says Chris Kyle was a liar. Apparently, Kyle claimed to have punched out Ventura in a bar after making an anti-Seal comment.
  • From the Omaha World-Herald, "four doggies have been suspended for Super Sunday's Puppy Bowl. Two failed drug tests, a third stomped an opponent, and a Schnauzer let the air out of the ball."

In Case You Missed It...

Super Bowl Fast Facts

First Super Bowl - January 15, 1967 - The first Super Bowl championship game was between the NFL (Green Bay Packers) and AFL (Kansas City Chiefs) champions at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. The score was Green Bay, 35 and Kansas City, 10. Attendance was 61,946. Bart Starr, the quarterback for Green Bay, was named the MVP.


Lowest Winning Score - January 14, 1973 - Lowest scoring winner - Miami Dolphins 14, Washington Redskins 7 - Super Bowl VII, at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles.


Highest Winning Score - January 28, 1990 - Highest scoring winner - San Francisco 49ers, 55, Denver Broncos, 10 - Super Bowl XXIV, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. This was also the largest margin of victory to date.


Most Played - Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers are tied for appearances in the most Super Bowl games - 8.


Most Wins - Pittsburgh Steelers, 6.


Most Losses - Denver Broncos, 5.

The NFL pays for up to 150 rings at $5,000 per ring (plus adjustments for increases in gold and diamonds).

The NFL also pays for 150 pieces of jewelry for the losing team, which may not cost more than one-half the price set for the Super Bowl ring.

The Vince Lombardi Trophy is made from sterling silver by Tiffany & Co.


Super Bowl Commercials:

1967 - A 30-second commercial costs about $40,000 during the first Super Bowl.
2014 - Forty-three advertisers buy ad space from Fox; prices reach a record $4.5 million for commercials lasting from 30 seconds to two minutes.


Viewership and Ratings (Nielsen):

2014 - Super Bowl XLVIII (48) is the most watched U.S. telecast of all time, with an average viewership of 111.5 million.


Future Super Bowl Sites:
2016 - San Francisco, California

2017 - Houston, Texas

2018 - Minneapolis, Minnesota

It’s become an iconic event filled with fandom, parties, barbecues and funny TV commercials. There’s actually a lot of history behind this NFL championship game. Here are some interesting facts about the Super Bowl:

  • The Super Bowl is measured in Roman numerals because a football season runs over two calendar years
  • Over 700,000 footballs are produced annually for official NFL use and 72 of them are used for the Super Bowl
  • It is the 2nd most watched sporting even in the world. More than 100 million people worldwide watch the Super Bowl ever year
  • One 30-second commercial aired during the Super Bowl costs at least $2,800,000
  • There has never been an overtime game in Super Bowl history


On Air Now
More Music Weekend
12:00am - 8:00am
More Music Weekend
Make A Request
Visitor Polls
As we reach mid January, prices at the pump continue to drop. Do you think we'll see the price of a gallon of gas drop below $2.00 anytime soon?
Not Sure
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)
Your email address is never published.
View Results

LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services