5.17.2017 Daily Links

                A Thought for the Day                 

What shall we say at the end of the day to guide us along a halcyon way?
Some believe that such a reprieve is more than we shall ever receive;
Still, at the heart of where we may start if we search for such a typecast part
Remain amendments to sacred commandments that merely ask our attention:
To wit,
1. The Golden Rule Reigns Supreme.
2. All Children Receive Priority.
1. All Who Work Are Welcome.
4. All Who Work Are Equal.
5. All Who Work Have Responsibilities & Rights.
6. All Who Work Receive Benefits & Provide Support for Others.
7. All Who Work Own Everything That Labor Transforms.
8. All Who Work Are Family.
9. All Beliefs, Congruent with the Golden Rule, Are Welcome.
10. All Other Matters Are Negotiable.
We’d hardly need a gentler creed to assist us as we try not to bleed
Away all the joy that comes, bold or coy, if only we’ll make appropriate noise.

                                          Day in History                          

Around the planet today, many jurisdictions mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, and in a celebration particularly apt for scrappy scribes, many places commemorate World Information Society Day, and in addition, the awareness of high blood pressure is on the agenda with World Hypertension Day, while aficionados of Spanish recognize the importance of different dialects with Galician Literature Day; on the plains of Austria and Hungary, six hundred and twenty-two years ago, Wallachian forces held off Ottoman incursions into Central Europe; MORE HERE

                       Quote of the Day                       
Louie Louie, oh baby, we gotta go.
Yi-yi-yi-yi-yi
Louie Louie, oh baby, we gotta go.
You’re my little girl, she’s waiting for me.
I sail a ship across the sea.
On the ship you know I’m all alone.
I wonder if I’ll ever make it home.
Louie Louie, oh no, we gotta go.
Yi-yi-yi-yi-yi
Louie Louie, oh baby, we gotta go.
Three nights and days I sailed the sea.
I think of girls oh constantly.
On the ship you know I dream she’s there.
I smell the roses in her hair.
Louie Louie, oh baby, we gotta go.
Yi-yi-yi-yi-yi
Louie Louie, oh yeah, we’ve gotta go.
I see the Jamaica moon above.
I don’t know when I’m gonna see my love
I know I’ll hold her in my arms and then
I’ll tell her that I’ll never leave her again
Louie Louie, achacha,
Louie Lou
Louie Louie, oh baby, we gotta go.
Songwriters: Richard Berry
                   Doc of the Day                      
1. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954.
2. Gunnar Myrdal, 1975.
3. World Health Organization, 1975.
Numero Uno“These cases come to us from the States of Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia, and Delaware.  They are premised on different facts and different local conditions, but a common legal question justifies their consideration together in this consolidated opinion. MORE HERE

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                     Nearly Naked Links                  

From Tuesday’s Links

Zembal’s Trump & Russians Documentary–   http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/47043.htm

Organic V Machine Life –  http://gizmodo.com/the-body-is-not-a-computer-stop-thinking-of-it-as-one-179506703

Uselessness of Employ –  http://evonomics.com/doubt-capitalism-useless-jobs-rutger-bregman/

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