Monday, November 7, 2016

November 7, 2016 Ridley's Believe It Or Not Notary Public Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For November 7, 2016 Only 2 waning but increasingly vitriolic and hypocritical days to go until the only polls that matter close November 8; never too late for the voters to receive more damning evidence of the corrupt sleaze that surrounds Hillary like a cheap pant suit—Foundation paying for Chelsea’s wedding; corporations donating to the Foundation and then being featured in the Shanghai Expo; and finally after supposedly taking a year and a half to review 60,000 emails, the FBI announced it had reviewed 650,000 emails from that pervert Anthony Weiner’s lap top in four days and then announced no evidence to support its earlier July assertion that no criminal activity had occurred with respect to the classified material (although multiple investigations are still pending on the pay to play of the Foundation do not hold your breath as the DOJ and Comey have been fully corrupted by the Clinton Cartel); we found out today that Hillary’s maid and immigrant from the Philippines (could not determine her immigration status) due to the lack of Hillary’s basic computer skills was printing out her emails many of which contained sensitive information (and she has the audacity to claim Trump cannot be trusted with the nuclear codes); Trump is campaigning hard in normally Blue states today and the Blues must be thanking their lucky stars that the Philadelphia transit strike which would have put a huge damper on voter turnout has been settled; make sure you vote today and better yet vote early but do not follow the adage emanating from Chicago “vote often,” and since this may be a close one make sure your pantry has enough coffee.
         As Trump is trying to become more presidential, going to is a great way to start your day along of course with and reading Clinton Cash would be a great read to understand the quid pro quo mentality of the Clintons and if you want some music in your life with a little satire--
         As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a music link to the Escape Club, factoids of interest for this
day in history, a relevant quote from Lionel Barber, while looking forward to enjoying your favorite bittersweet chocolate coated with almonds to endear yourself to your dentist, 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.  Notary Public Day—celebrating since 1975 the contribution of notaries public to commerce by insuring the integrity of the documents signed and recorded. 
2. Job Action Day Day—celebrated since 2008 to make workers and jobseekers aware of the contributions of employment consultants to better match an employee’s or jobseeker’s skills and goals with a employer’s needs for a win win situation for both employee and employer.
3. 1988 Number One Song—celebrating the number one song in 1988 on a run of 1 week in that position “Wild, Wild West” by Escape Club. Here is a recording of The Escape Club performing the song:
4. Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day—great way to satisfy your sweet tooth and your protein needs all in one bite.   
5. Addiction Doesn’t Respect How Smart One Might Be—celebrating the birth on this day in 1965 of Dana Plato who starred for 8 years on the sitcom Different Strokes but was released after she become pregnant with her son; she had problems with drugs and committed suicide by overdosing at age 34. In a tragedy her son Tyler like his mother had a drug problem and committed suicide at the age of 24. 
On this day in:                                                                                   
a. 1665 The London Gazette, the oldest surviving journal of public record was first published.
b. 1885 the completion of Canada’s first transcontinental railroad was celebrated at a Last Spike ceremony at Craigellachie, British Columbia.    
c. 1908 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were reported to have been killed in San Vincente, Bolivia. 
d. 1994 the student radio station at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, WXYC, made the first radio broadcast over the internet..
e. 2000 the Drug Enforcement Agency discovered a huge LSD lab in a converted ICBM missile in Wamego, Kansas (would have been really frightening if there was an ICBM the Strategic Air Command had lost track of.
Reflections on the internet and the mainstream media: “The advent of the Internet exposed the fact that the old business model for newspapers was broken. The world wide web fundamentally changed the media eco-system, challenging established journalistic practice in what is known as the mainstream media: radio, television, newspapers and magazines.” Lionel Barber, Lionel Barber, noted English journalist and editor of the Financial Times. Given the advocacy bias the challenge is a good thing. Given the advocacy bias the challenge is a good thing.   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 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.
© November 7, 2016, Michael P. Ridley aka the Alaskanpoet 
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