Monday, October 30, 2017

October 30, 2017 Ridley's Believe It Or Not National Publicist Day

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For October 30, 2017 Surprise, surprise the Cack New Network was factually correct—Manafort and Gates were indicted and were arraigned today with the magistrate setting a bond of $10 million for Manafort and $5 million for Gates; unfortunately for the Blue impeachment fanatics none of the charges related to the collusion delusion with Russia but rather their lobbying for Ukraine without registering as a foreign lobbyist; in an omen for hard times ahead for the DNC and HJC, Tony Podesta, the brother of John Podesta, has resigned from the lobbying firm that he and his brother John founded blaming who else but Fox; George Papadopoulus, a former volunteer foreign policy adviser on a group that meets infrequently to advise Trump’s campaign was arrested in July and pled guilty to lying to the FBI (flash to John Podesta and Wasserman Schultz lying to Congress about the funding of the Trump dossier prepared by Fusion GPS is also a crime); Mueller is hopelessly conflicted on the Uranium One deal approved by the FBI and HJC along with 7 other agencies by not disclosing criminal activity of Rossatom influencing the approval (the FBI informant who spent 5 years of his life undercover will destroy any doubt of the existence of illegal quid pro quo involving that deal); as the Uranium One deal scandal continues to unfold look for the unprecedented Congressional subpoena of Holder and possibly Obama as to what they knew and when they knew it; if the Uranium One deal is keeping the Blues up at night, the utilization of the false Trump dossier paid for by the HJC campaign and the DNC (lied about under oath by Podesta and Wasserman-Shultz) was used by  the Obama administration to unmask Trump supporters and members of his transition team for political intimidation purposes which is really scary and was the basis for appointing a special counsel who if he does not resign and will not investigate the quid pro quo surrounding the Clintons and their foundation should be fired and another impartial nonconflicted counsel should be appointed to so investigate and hopefully wrap up the Russian collusion delusion and move to what is far more troubling the quid pro quo scandal of the Clintons and their foundation and the millions spent in payment of the creation of the dossier; on the Hollywood sexual depravity front, Netflix announced that this season for “House of Cards” will be its last due to allegations of improper sexual advances by Kevin Spacey (who had just come out of the closet) against at the time 14 year old actor Anthony Rapp; on the entertainment front, maybe Main Street America is finally getting fed up with the leftist stars and directors that constantly belittle them and showing it at the box office for Suburbicon  which was directed by George Clooney and starred Matt Damon and cost $35 million to produce and distribute but took in a paltry $2.8 million in its first week; almost a stuck record or a gruesome  remake of Groundhog Day, Chicago style,  the carnage in Chicago continued unabated with total shootings in 2017 through October 29 increasing to 3144 and the death toll increased to 544 and still nothing is being done to hinder or prevent the killings of minorities by minorities.
    As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances, a relevant quote from Ivanka Trump on passion and success, a music link to Boyz II Men, factoids of interest for this day in history, while being careful to in the pursuit of your goals hit the laches roadblock, but 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 Orthopedic Nurses Day—celebrating the contributions in the OR of orthopedic nurses in all phases of orthopedic surgery—from firsthand experience with 4 knee operations and 1 knee replacement these nurses are vital before, during and after especially when the anesthetics taken in surgery start to wear off.
2. National Publicist Day—ever since Ivy Lee created the first press release on this day in 1906, publicists have been a critical means for companies, politicians, and government officials to communicate with the public with good news and get ahead of the breaking bad news and in the 24/7 world of social media that often goes viral absolutely essential.
3. 1992 Number One Song—the number one song in 1992 on a long run of 13 weeks in that position was “End of the Road” by Boys II Men. Here is a recording of the song:
4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day is “laches” which means an undue or negligent delay in enforcing a right or making a claim to the detriment of the defendant. 
5. Model Daughter—celebrating the birth on this day in 1981 of Ivanka Trump who left the world of modeling because she thought it to be too catty and instead pursued a business career as a real estate developer first with an outside firm and then with her father like her two brothers while developing her own clothing line. A very trusted adviser to President Trump although compared to the MSM she must feel that models are saints while the press, other than Fox, are the equivalent of man eating tigers.
On this day in:                                                                                   
a. 1831 slave Nat Turner was captured in Southampton County, Virginia putting an end to the largest and deadliest slave and free black rebellion in U.S. history. Nat Turner would be tried, convicted and then executed on November 11, 1831.                                           b. 1905 in a too little, too late moment Czar Nicholas II executed the October Manefesto which granted some basic rights to Russia’s citizens long suffering under his autocratic rule.
c. 1938 Orson Welles broadcasted on the radio H.G. Welles War of the World in a far too realistic fashion causing 1000’s of Americans to believe that we were being invaded by aliens from Mars.
d. 1945 in a what took us so long moment Jackie Robinson of the Kansas City Monarchs signed a contract to play baseball with the Brooklyn Dodgers to break the color line and will probably be rooting frantically for them tomorrow as the Dodgers are down 3-2 to the Houston Astros.   
e. 2014 Sweden became the first nation in the EU to recognize the state of Palestine.  
Reflections on how to succeed by the birthday girl: “Love what you do. There's always going to be someone else who's smarter than you, but there's no substitute for passion. People who are passionate always work the hardest, and that sets them apart.” Ivanka Trump She is absolutely right on this point.
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