Tuesday, February 21, 2017

February 21, 2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not International Mother Language Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For February 21, 2017 There may be a hiring freeze in federal employment but not at DHS as it ramps up to hire thousands more ICE agents to start enforcing the immigration laws of this country and end the “catch and release” policies of the Obama administration (Trump campaigned on a secure the border policy and he is carrying out that promise); Sweden is now sowing the seeds of an unwise admit without vetting refugee policy as following an arrest of a refugee for drug possession in a suburb of Stockholm heavily populated by refugees a riot broke out, burning cars and throwing rocks at police; Trump comes out swinging at the latest wave of anti-Semitism and threats against Jewish centers; more bloodshed in eastern Ukraine as Putin seems hell bent on testing Trump (probably emboldened by mainstream media’s speculation that Trump has ties to Russia which is a crock); in another sign of intolerance of religious beliefs French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen who is running on a conservative and nationalistic platform refused to don a head scarf for a meeting with Lebanon’s top Sunni leader and left without seeing him (French law bans head scarves and other religious symbols for its pupils); the carnage in Chicago continues unabated through February 20, rising to 478 shootings with the aim getting better so the total dead has risen to 87 (God help those poor minorities being shot mostly by minorities when the weather gets warmer and the shooters’ aim gets better.  
    As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to the Glenn Miller Orchestra, factoids of interest for this day in history, a relevant quote from Russ Limbaugh, while avoiding swallowing any verjuice, blessed with a positive attitude and secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
1. International Mother Language  Day—created by the UNESCO in 2000 to promote the right of people to speak and write in their native mother language even if the official language of a nation is different.
2. Card Reading Day—in a day meager on holidays and observances, a day set aside for sentimental people to pull out cards they have received and saved over the years for anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, and other memorable moments and read them to savor the memories of the events and the person sending the card.
3. 1940 Number One Song—leaving 2017 to go back to 1940 to celebrate the number one song in 1940 on a long run of 12 weeks in that position “In the Mood” by the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Here is a recording of the Glenn Miller Orchestra performing the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPXwkWVEIIw
     4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day is “verjuice” which is a sour juice obtained from crab apples or unripe grapes.                      
      5. The Wild Life Begats the Wild Bunch—celebrating the birth on this day in 1925 of director Sam Peckinpah noted for such really graphic violent movies such as the Wild Bunch and Straw Dogs; he was troubled by alcoholism and died far too soon in 1984.
On this day in:                                                                                   
a. 1842 to the joy of future seamstresses John Greenough was granted the first U.S. Patent for a sewing machine.
b. 1848 Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published The Communist Manifesto.      
c. 1972 President Richard Nixon visited China to normalize relations with that country.
d. 1975 former Attorney General John Mitchell and former White House Aides H.R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman were sentenced to prison for their roles in the Watergate Scandal.
e. 1995 Steve Fossett became the first balloonist to fly solo in a balloon across the Pacific Ocean after taking off from South Korea and landing in Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Reflections with a familiar ring to them: “Reagan won because he was real. He believed in America. He told people he was gonna make it great again coming out of a disastrous four years of Jimmy Carter and Watergate before that.” Russ Limbaugh Change Reagan to Trump and Carter to Obama and four to eight and you have the perfect explanation of why Hillary lost and Trump won. Please enjoy the poems on events of interest on my twitter account below (if you like them, retweet and follow me) and follow my blogs. Always good, incisive and entertaining poems on my blogs—click on the links below. Go to www.alaskanpoet.blogspot.com for Ridley’s Believe It Or Not—This Day In History, poems to inspire, touch, emote, elate and enjoy and poems on breaking news items of importance or go to Ridley's Believe It Or Not for just This Day in History.
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Monday, February 20, 2017

February 20,2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not Presidents' Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For February 20, 2017 In a really bad day for the agency travelers detest and is one of the most inept, 12 travelers were able to bypass TSA checkpoints at JFK; 12 TSA agents were arrested for smuggling in 20 tons of cocaine; TSA agents have been charged with assisting a Puerto Rico based cartel of bringing in $100 million of cocaine; to complete the list of ineptness a House report slams the TSA for a complete lack of employee vetting and allowing its employees to bypass screening however ineffective it is that travelers must endure (what do expect from a departed president when it came to our security and concern over radical Islam he could not even name?); Trump selected Lt. General McMaster as his national security adviser to advise him on the disasters he inherited from the departed president; Ann Ravel a Blue member of the FEC has given Trump an excellent drain the swamp moment by indicating she is resigning (the influence of the PACs both Red and Blue have in the minds of many voters corrupted our democracy); in yet another example of why sanctuary cities should be loss all federal funding and their official prosecuted Denver refused to honor a detainer and Ever Valles was released only to kill (Denver disputes that allegation); the carnage in Chicago continues unabated through February 19, rising to 472 but the aim was bad so the total dead is still 85  (God help those poor minorities being shot mostly by minorities when the weather gets warmer and the shooters’ aim gets better.  
    As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to Edward Sheeran, factoids of interest for this day in history, a relevant quote from Jason Calcanis , while today with the overcast not enjoying an umbriferous day, blessed with a positive attitude and secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
1. World Day of Social Justice—created by the UN General Assembly in 2007 and celebrated since 2009 to promote the eradication of poverty and awareness of the need for social justice.
2. Presidents’ Day--commemorating and honoring the service of two our greatest presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
3. 2017 Number One Song—celebrating the number one song in 2017 on a run of 3 weeks in that position “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran. Here is a recording of Ed Sheeran performing the song:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dK2tDK9grQ
     4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day is “umbriferous” which means shady and is a perfect adjective to describe most of our career denizens of the swamp.                      
      5. The Art of Cleaning a Wallet—celebrating the birth on this day in 1949 of the mother of the first three Trump children who on her divorce cleaned his wallet to the tune of $20 million (no wonder she spoke well of him during the election)
On this day in:                                                                                   
a. 1792 the U.S. Postal Service was created.
b. 1816 Rossini’s opera The Barber of Seville premiered at the Teatro Argentina in Rome.      
c. 1872 The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened in New York City.
d. 1942 Edward O’Hare became America’s first ace in World War II winning the Medal of Honor but was shot down to his death in 1943.
e. 2003 at a Great White concert at the Station nightclub at Warwick, Rhode Island went awry killing 100 people and injuring 200.
Reflections on balance as I prepare Ridley’s Believe It Or Not at Starbucks: Go work at the post office or Starbucks if you want balance in your life. Jason Calacanis, noted American internet entrepreneur and blogger.
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February 19, 2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not International Tug of War Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For February 19, 2017 in a déjà vu moment reminiscent of President Ford’s gaffe in a debate with Jimmy Carter that there is no Soviet domination of Eastern Europe, President Trump stated that Sweden had suffered a terrorist attack last Friday that the mainstream media immediately pounced on (Sweden has had its share of rapes of sexual assaults from its Muslim refugees); while Trump was energizing the faithful in Melbourne, Florida, Pence was reassuring Europe of America’s commitment; Trump interviewing persons to replace Flynn as his National Security Adviser; total uproar over a draft DHS memo of using 100,000 National Guardsmen to enforce our immigration laws; SpaceX in a joint venture with NASA has launched an ISS resupply rocket after a one day delay from the Apollo Launch pad that sent our astronauts to the moon (great to see private enterprise at work); California has been battered by severe rain and is bracing for yet another assault with the Oroville Dam still not out of the woodworks; the carnage in Chicago continues unabated rising to 468, 85 of whom were killed (God help those poor minorities being shot mostly by minorities when the weather gets warmer and the shooters’ aim gets better.  
    As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to Zayan, factoids of interest for this day in history, a relevant quote from Lee Marvin, while enjoying the scent of the incensed used by a thurifer during church services, blessed with a positive attitude and secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
1. International Tug of War Day—celebrating a contest of strength and teamwork that has been practiced for centuries and was actually an Olympic sport until 1920; a great way to get blisters or a hernia before being dragged into a muddy pit.
2. National Prevent Plagiarism Day—commemorating an often losing struggle to prevent plagiarism of one’s words—nothing works faster to dull the mind and weaken cognitive though than to copy someone else’s brilliance and pass it off as one’s own.
3. 2016 Number One Song—celebrating the number one song in 2016 on a run of 1 week in that position “Pillowtalk” by Zayn. Here is a recording of Zayn performing the song:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_3d6GntKbk
     4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day is “thurifer” which means a person carrying a thurible of burning incense during a religious ceremony.                      
      5. Semper Fi on the Saipan and the Stage—celebrating the birth on this day in 1924 of noted Marine Corps veteran and actor Lee Marvin and Oscar winner for his roles in Cat Ballou and although he did not dodge the bullets on Saipan dodged the palimony bullet fired by his long time girl friend in the California case of Marvin v. Marvin.
On this day in:                                                                                   
a. 356 Emperor Constinius II issued a decree closing all pagan temples in Rome to the great joy of Christians who were not enjoying being used as lion food in the Coliseum.
b. 1807 former Vice President Aaron Burr infamous for killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel was arrested for treason although he was acquitted at trial.      
c. 1847 the first party of rescuers reached the Donner Party stranded in the snows of the Sierras.
d. 1942 in one of the darker moments of hysteria of this nation President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 providing for the relocation of Japanese-Americans including those born here from the West Coast inland in shabby concentration camps.
e. 1985 William J. Schroeder became the first person to be able to leave a hospital after receiving an artificial heart the Jarvik 7, but sadly 18 days later suffered the first of a series of debilitating strokes and died in a vegetative state  one year and 255 days later (message be kind to your heart).
Reflections on the business of acting: “You spend the first forty years of your life trying to get in this business, and the next forty years trying to get out. And then when you're making the bread, who needs it?" Lee Mavin.
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Sunday, February 19, 2017

February 18, 2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not World Whale Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For February 18, 2017 President Trump is in Florida at a rally speaking directly to voters and bypassing the media which he continues to rail against and calls them a enemy of the state (time perhaps to ratchet down the rhetoric and stay focused on the issues the American people want to solve); one less jihadist to feed and the blind Sheik linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing has died in prison at the age of 78; the King must be rolling in his grave after hearing the news that his only daughter Lisa Maria Presley has filed for divorce and charged her husband with sexual abuse of their 8 year old twins (sadly a certainty in all too many high profile divorces the charges of abuse fly far too quickly); on the music front Mariah Carey after her disastrous New Year’s Eve fiasco is bouncing back with a new boyfriend, tour and single; in another example of the leftist iron curtain against free speech, a coalition of students at the University of Chicago is demanding that the university not allow Lewandowski to speak there; in another never doubt the creativity of drug smugglers, a truck bring mesquite firewood from Mexico was found to be carrying 100 pounds of marijuana inside the logs; Vice President Pence is in Europe urging NATO members to commit to increasing their defense budgets to 2% of GNP; Bill Gates has come up with an interesting topic for discussion, namely that if a robot replaces a human being that robot (read employer of the robot) should pay income taxes and social security taxes (not sure if the idea will fly);  the number of  mostly blacks who  were shot by mostly blacks in Chicago in 2017 through February 17 now totals 449, 83 of whom have died but from Mayor Emanuel and the BLM nothing but the sounds of silence and the fact that of the shooting deaths in 2017  less than 3.5% of the homicide have cleared (no wonder President Trump was moved during his press conference). 
        As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars,  factoids of interest for this day in history, a quote from Joanne Woodford, hoping that you are not in need of a saucier to save your slaved over entrée, blessed with a positive attitude and secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like, birthdays, graduations, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
          1. World Whale Day—celebrated first on this day in Maui in 1980 to promote awareness of the need to protect wm loss  of habitat.
          2.
 In a Day Almost Devoid of Holidays I Had To Scrape the Bottom of the Holiday Barrel For this One-Thumb Appreciation Day—celebrating the opposing thumb that humans possess that have enabled to grab useful objects since we arrive on the Earth from clubs to cell phones a to our displease by signifying thumbs down or approval with a thumbs down.   
          3. Number One Song in 2015 —celebrating the number 1 song in 2015 on a long run of 1 weeks in that position “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars.  Here is a link to the duo performing the song:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPf0YbXqDm0
          4. 
Word of the Day—the word of the day is “saucier” which means a sauce chef as there is nothing like a magnificent sauce to otherwise save a miserable and bland entrée.            5. Is There a V—celebrating the birth on this day in 1957 of TV Hostess Vanna White who has been walking back and forth touch spaces to reveal the existence of letters in the Wheel of Fortune game which follows my favorite Jeopardy.
          On this day in:
 1. 1885 Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published by Mark Twain.
 2. 1911 the first official use of planes to deliver the mail occurred when Henri Pequet flew over 6000 letters in  his plane from Allahabad to Naini in British India on a 6.2 mile trip.
 3. 1930 Elm Farm Ollie became the first cow to be flown and milked while in the air to promote the air transport of stock animals (I am sure the cows were mooing in pleasure over the idea of getting to the slaughterhouse faster).
 4. 1954 the first Church of Scientology was founded in Los Angeles.  
 5. 1972 the California Supreme Court in the case of People v. Anderson invalidated California’s death penalty commuting all persons on death row, including Charles Manson and Sirhan Sirhan to life in prison.  
Reflections on the death penalty in California which last executed a convicted murderer 26 years after his conviction in 1980 and now has probably close to 1000 death row inmates costing the state millions upon millions in costs trying to advance their death sentences: “The death penalty serves no one. It doesn’t serve the victims. It doesn’t serve prevention. It’s truly all about retribution….There comes a time when you have to ask if a penalty that is so permanent can be available in such an imperfect system. The only guarantee against executing the innocent is to do away with the death penalty.”-Jeanne Woodford, former warden of San Quentin prison Very astute observation on a penalty that does not deter the criminal act of murder.
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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Obama Ranked 12th Best Really?

A survey of historians has just been released by C-Span that has the presidents ranked
Coming in at number 12 is Obama which is why their credibility in this survey has tanked
Lincoln comes in at number one
Which given the divide of the Civil War is a ranking that should not stun
But Obama came in on a promise of hope and change and a nation to unite
Instead we got more and more racial divide and national debt soaring to new heights
A Muslim feckless apology tour, a red line in the sand
A JV team scattering thousands of refugees out of Mideast lands
A military cut relentlessly to near all time lows
Civilians fearful of the next Islamist terror blow
A border existing only as a line on a map
Businesses strangled by regulations from the EPA that fills their own halls with fecal crap  
An Iran sworn to the forces of terror against us advance
But with certainty will in the future be armed with the nuclear lance
Seeing a feckless president a revived deadly beast once again came out of its lair
Swallowing Crimea, moving on Ukraine, threatening the Baltics a completely now fearless Russian Bear
Munroe who finished behind him had a doctrine that Europe would respect
Obama’s Doctrine was never to put boots on the ground and force reject
Ranking high in equal justice for all and moral authority what a complete delusion
What about the IRS and the Tea Party or the you can keep your plan illusion?
His Obamacare was sold to voters in the dessert of health care sands on an oasis of lies
Bill Clinton’s observation that the ACA was just crazy is a reality no can deny
Eight years of the slowest recovery we have ever had to suffer
For the average American as opposed to Solyndra-likes it kept getting tougher and tougher
Yet these historians in the category of economic management ranked him an eight
Ignoring the burdens he put on the economy with his job killing regulation weights
Hillary ran as an Obama third term and clone but the voters she could not fool
Despite his pleas, we rejected her and these historians should be spending more time in the corner on the dunce stool
In one category they did not use but voters in the future hopefully will when they cast their vote
Experience for the job he would be dead last and hopefully voting based solely on race not qualifications will be remote
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Friday, February 17, 2017

February 17, 2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not Random Acts of Kindness Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For February 17, 2017 President Trump came out swinging at his press conference, not ranting or raving but over an hour of bashing the media and answering a broad range of questions; nomination for EPA will be voted on today as Schumer’s minions theatrically try to prolong vote on Pruitt (while the Maine equivalent of Benedict Arnold has announced she will vote for him and two Blues look like they will defy Schumer and vote to confirm); after the Flynn resignation we are still rudderless in the important and crucial position of NSA as Admiral Harward declined the offer to take the job (how about retired general Jack Keane?); white guilt is still alive and well at the University of Wisconsin as the student group there is demanding that because of slavery, blacks should receive free tuition and housing; in perhaps another example of intolerance of the gay community a same sex couple wanting to marry and who were denied flowers for their “marriage” have prevailed in a antidiscrimination law suit against the florist (many florists in the town of Richland why not pick another one?); Trump’s pick for ambassador to Israel is the latest to fall under the Schumer crosshairs but should prevail easily (Blues who run afoul of the pro-Israel lobby are going to face wrath in 2018); in another example of how bad the hysteria among the left has become over the election of Donald Trump, a group of parents protesting the election have refused to allow their kids to participate  in an elite private schools annual skating party at Trump’s rink in Central Park forcing the cancellation of the event;   the number of  mostly blacks who  were shot by mostly blacks in Chicago in 2017 through February 16 now totals 437, 81 of whom have died but from Mayor Emanuel and the BLM nothing but the sounds of silence and the fact that of the shooting deaths in 2017  less than 3.5% of the homicide have cleared (no wonder President Trump was moved during his press conference). 
        As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to Katy Perry and Juicy J,  factoids of interest for this day in history, a quote from Gore Vidal, hoping that you are dressed for a rawky day, blessed with a positive attitude and secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like, birthdays, graduations, weddings, or anniversaries, you know that the Alaskanpoet can provide you with a unique customized poem at a great price tailored to the event and the recipient. You need only contact me for details.
          1. Random Acts of Kindness Day—celebrating acts that will bring joy and a smile to someone that will blow you away from paying for the person behind you in a line for fast food to letting someone go in front of you at a grocery store (another observance that should be celebrated and observed more often).
          2.
National Champion Crab Races Day—celebrating the time honored tradition of if it moves one can bet on it but here make sure there is a circular wall after the yellow ring so the poor crabs don’t get stepped on by the onlookers and can be retrieved in one piece by their owners.   
          3. Number One Song in 2014 —celebrating the number 1 song in 2014 on a run of 4 weeks in that position “Dark Horse” by Katy Perry and Juicy J. Here is a link to the duo performing the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KSOMA3QBU0
          4. 
Word of the Day—the word of the day is “rawky” which means foggy, damp and cold which is the type of weather we get on the coast in Orange County in June.        
           5. It’s Hot—celebrating the birth on this day in 1981 of socialite Paris Hilton pal of Lindsey Lohan and Ivanka Trump who had her inheritance slashed when her grandfather donated the bulk of his estate to charity.
          On this day in:
 1. 1600 in a bad day for science the philosopher, poet and cosmologist Giordano Bruno was burned alive at the stake for heresy in the Campo de’ Fiori in Rome.
 2. 1801 in the election for president there was a tie vote in the Electoral College and Thomas Jefferson was elected president and Aaron Burr vice president by the House of Representatives.
 3. 1933 the first issue of Newsweek was published.
 4. 1964 SCOTUS ruled in Wesberry v. Sanders that congressional districts have to be approximately equal in term of residents.  
 5. 1996 in a good day for humans against machines, world chess champion Garry Kasparov defeated IBM’s super computer Deep Blue in a chess match.  
Reflections on heresy: “The malice of a true Christian attempting to destroy an opponent is something unique in the world. No other religion ever considered it necessary to destroy others because they did not share the same beliefs. At worst, another man's belief might inspire amusement or contempt—the Egyptians and their animal gods, for instance. Yet those who worshipped the Bull did not try to murder those who worshipped the Snake, or to convert them by force from Snake to Bull. No evil ever entered the world quite so vividly or on such a vast scale as Christianity did.” Gore Vidal, noted author who at the time of making this quote was unaware of the schism between Shias and Sunnis or the existence of radical Islam.  Please enjoy the poems on events of interest on my twitter account below (if you like them, retweet and follow me) and follow my blogs. Always good, incisive and entertaining poems on my blogs—click on the links below. Go to www.alaskanpoet.blogspot.com for Ridley’s Believe It Or Not—This Day In History, poems to inspire, touch, emote, elate and enjoy and poems on breaking news items of importance or go to Ridley's Believe It Or Not for just This Day in History.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

35 Medical Donkeys Claim Trump Unfit Huh

Just when you thought the Trump bashing could not get any lower into the rhetoric gutter
Dr. Lance Dodes and 34 mental health “professionals”go so far over the top it has to make one shudder
In total disregard of the American Psychiatric Association’s Goldwater Rule which prevents
Comments on a public figure’s mental state unless that person has been to that physician for evaluation be sent
These 35 “psychiatrists” have sent a letter to the New York Times claiming Trump is mentally unfit
In essence demanding that from the office of the president that he should quit
According to these learned “physicians” President Trump has Narcisstic Personality Disorder (NPD)
After watching him performing right out the blocks despite scorched earth by Blues my guess is this gang of 35 are to a man and woman rabid biased Clinton supporters
Anyone who has built a real estate empire like Trump certainly when it comes to presidential challenges would seem more than fit
Compared to Obama’s egotistical narcisstic approach to the office hobbled with only experience of a community organizer not worth a warm bucket of spit.
HRC tried again and again to play the unfitness and lack of temperament card
The voters took one look at her campaign and record and in the swing states moved to her reject and discard
Dr. Dodes’ specialty is in addiction and alcoholic treatment and his views are completely out of the mainstream
Ignores AA and its 12 step program so critical to enable a person with this disease to have a fighting chance to achieve the sober dream
One recovering critic of Dr. Dodes’ misguided hatchet job on the 12 Step program of AA
Wrote him off as a donkey or better yet in the case of Trump a jackass with bias on display
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