Wednesday, June 26, 2019

June 26, 2019 Ridley's Believe It Or Not World Refrigeration Daydl

Ridley’s Believe It Or Not For June 26, 2019 What a difference over 100,000 apprehensions of illegals a month makes as the Blues and their MSM lackeys have finally shed their false narrative that the crisis on the border is a Trump manufactured crisis and have now asserted there is a humanitarian crisis and have blamed Trump for it and the House response to the Border Patrol’s request for more agents, judges, and shelters is a $4.8 billion aid bill that does nothing to allay Border Patrol’s concerns, hinders the building of more security measures and funds legal services of illegals contesting asylum denials (Blues won’t admit they are for open borders but all of their acts and nonacts clearly support that position and all the negative consequences that stem from it like crime, drugs, gangs, lower wages and employment especially among blacks and Hispanics); in a Kavanaugh sexual assault déjà vu allegation, a 75 year old woman E. Jean Carroll, who is promoting her book What Do We Need Men For, has made the accusation that Trump groped her 23-24 years ago in a York City building but never reported it until now and admitted to Anderson Cooper that she found the incident sexy (MSM salivating all open this but looking life fools for rushing to interview without corroboration); a House Committee led by Rep. Cummings has issued a subpoena to Kellyanne Conway over alleged Hatch Act violations on strict party lines other that RINO Amash voting with the Blues setting yet another battle between the House and president over the applicability of the doctrine of Executive Privilege and the right of federal employees to voice their opinions on appearances on news shows; Mueller will testify before Nadler’s Judiciary Committee on July 27 in what should be an explosive hearing with Reds primed to exploit the bias of Mueller’s team, the origin of the anti-Trump dossier and its role in the FISA warrants, and the corruption in the FBI in the Trump investigation (or as Trump would say witch-hunt); the optics of the failure of the Blues to act on border security ware starkly portrayed as a man and his daughter drowned while attempting to cross the Rio Grande (yet another example of the dangers of a perceived open border presented by Blues to illegals living in Central America):

Beth Chapman, the wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter Chapman, is dead from throat cancer after being put in a medically induced coma several days ago; chilling news to high taxing, high spending governors like Newsom and Cuomo, low tax states are ramping up efforts to attract residents from high tax states to move due to the SALT $10,000 limitation on deductibility on state and local taxes (Newsom’s problem is exacerbated by his proclivity of spending for benefits to illegal aliens while the state leads the nation in homelessness); Natalie Harp who has battled bone cancer most of her life was called up on stage at the Faith and Freedom Conference that Trump was speaking at to credit Trump for being her Good Samaritan by passing the Right to Try bill which has given her the ability to fight her cancer that before had her in a life of pain and confined to a wheel chair through June 25, 2019 1187 people  have been shot in Chicago of whom 223 have died (what makes the Smollett case so frustrating and why the appointment of a special prosecutor should be applauded,  is that it forced the city of Chicago to allocate scarce detective resources when in only 9% of the shootings resulting in murder has a suspect being charged this year).
1. International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking—created by the U.N. General Assembly in 1987 and celebrated on this day since 1989 to promote awareness of the dangers to users and society of the use of illegal drugs and the abuse of legal prescription drugs in order to try to reduce the deaths and other harmful effects arising out of the use or abuse of drugs.                 
 2. World Refrigeration Day—created by the U.N. due to the support of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers and first celebrated on this day in 2019; the world would be a much less comfortable place without the efforts of these professionals in our cars, homes, plants, offices, indoor places of entertainment or shopping. 
 3. 1955 Number One Song—the number one song on this day in 1955 with 7 weeks in that position was “Cherry Prink (And Apple Blossom White)* by Prado Perez and his Orchestra. Here is a recording of the song: Prado Perez known as the King of Mambo died at age 72 on September 14, 1989 from a stroke but his music and Orchestra live on with his son as conductor.   
4. Word of the Day—today’s word of the day as we move from words beginning with “o” to words beginning with “p” is “perscrutation” which means a thorough investigation which is what Trump had to endure on the collusion delusion and Hillary did not on her illegal private server she used to hide classified information.
5. No Longest Yard:—celebrating the birth on this day in 1980 of noted quarterback Michael Vick whose promising career with the Atlanta Falcons was put on with a 23 month suspension due to sentencing to federal prison for dog fighting matches in 2007 with no football played there ala Burt Reynolds as Paul Crewe in The Longest Yard. He bounced back after release to play with the Philadelphia Eagles (Comeback Player of the Year 2010), New York Jets and ending with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015, with a record for rushing yards by a quarterback of 6,130 yards.
 As always, I hope you enjoy today’s holidays and observances,  a music link to Prado Perez, 5 factoids of interest for this day in history, the fact that you approach problems with perscrutaton to find the solutions thereto, a quote by James Watson on the benefits of the Human Genome Project, secure in the knowledge that if you want to find a gift for any memorable events like college graduations, 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.
    On this day in:                                        
a. 1948 William Shockley filed a patent for the grown-junction transistor, the first bi-polar transistor.
b. 1974 the Universal Product Code on a package of Wrigley Chewing Gum was scanned for the first time at the Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio.
c. 2000 the Human Genome Project announced a “rough draft” of the sequence.
d. 2003 SCOTUS ruled in the case of Lawrence v. Texas that the prohibition of homosexual activity between consenting adults is unconstitutional.
e. 2015 SCOTUS ruled in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges that the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses of the 14th Amendment guarantee the right of same sex couples to marry.
 Reflections on benefits of the Human Genome Project: “The ever quickening advances of science made possible by the success of the Human Genome Project will also soon let us see the essences of mental disease. Only after we understand them at the genetic level can we rationally seek out appropriate therapies for such illnesses as schizophrenia and bipolar disease.” James D. Watson the co-discoverer along with Francis Crick of DNA
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June 26, 2019 Michael P. Ridley aka the Alaskanpoet

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