Truth: seek it, speak it, expect it, respect it and live it!
“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.”
The Amount of Mental Peace in your life is directly proportional to the amount of truth in your life. ….!!!!!
We had the General Strike yesterday and it would appear to have been well supported with sporaqdic outbursts of violence notably in Barcelona. In Valencia, Manchester United robbed the home team of three Champions League points having been outplayed for most of the game. Sir Alex made his substitutions and the two substitutes combined to get the vital goal. Ronnie Woods is on breakfast TV with a new album and tales of his painting. He is a very good painter and he showed us his work on Charlie Watts and Jimi Hendrix. He says that some of his good work came when he was stoned but he saw more clarity in his later work when he was rid of his drug problem.
The weather is absolutely lovely again and we were up with the lark to go and feed next door’s animals. Their owners have had an emergency and needed to rush away. With a little trepidation we opened the gate to be welcomed by a large American bulldog. That was a challenge and a half………..Let’s get the weather…….
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1399 – Henry Bolingbroke became the King of England as Henry IV.
1777 – The Congress of the United States moved to York, PA, due to advancing British forces.
1787 – The Columbia left Boston and began the trip that would make it the first American vessel to sail around the world.
1846 – Ether, an experimental anesthetic at the time, was used for the first time by Dr. William Morton at Massachusetts General Hospital.
1861 – Chewing gum tycoon William Wrigley, Jr. was born.
1868 – Spain’s Queen Isabella was deposed and fled to France.
1882 – In Appleton, WI, the world’s first hydroelectric power plant began operating.
1935 – “The Adventures of Dick Tracey” debuted on Mutual Radio Network.
1935 – “Porgy and Bess” premiered in Boston.
1938 – The Munich Conference ended with a decision to appease Adolf Hitler. Britain, and France allowed Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland to be annexed by the Nazis.
1946 – An international military tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany, found 22 top Nazi leaders guilty of war crimes.
1949 – The Berlin Airlift came to an end. The airlift had taken 2.3 million tons of food into the western sector despite the Soviet blockade.
1954 – The U.S. Navy commissioned the Nautilus submarine at Groton, CT. It was the first atomic-powered vessel. The submarine had been launched on January 21, 1954.
1954 – Julie Andrews made her first Broadway appearance in “The Boy Friend”.
1955 – Actor James Dean was killed in a car accident at the age of 24 near Cholame, CA. Dean’s mechanic, who was also in the vehicle, eventually recovered from his injuries.
1963 – The Soviet Union publicly declared itself on the side of India in their dispute with Pakistan over Kashmir.
1966 – Albert Speer and Baldur von Schirach were released at midnight from Spandau prison after completing their 20-year sentences. Speer was the Nazi minister of armaments and von Schirach was the founder of Hitler Youth.
1971 – The Soviet Union and the United States signed pacts that were aimed at avoiding an accidental nuclear war.
1980 – Israel issued its new currency, the shekel, to replace the pound.
1983 – The first AH-64 Apache attack helicopter was rolled out by McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company.
1984 – 107 Moslem extremists were sentenced to prison for their actions after the assassination of President Anwar Sadat in 1981.
1987 – Mikhail S. Gorbachev retired President Andrei A. Gromyko from the Politburo and fired other old-guard leaders in a shake-up at the Kremlin.
1989 – Thousands of East Germans began emigrating under an accord between the NATO nations and the Soviet Union.
1992 – Moscow banks distributed privatization vouchers aimed at turning millions of Russians into capitalists.
1993 – About 10,000 people were killed in India when an earthquake that measured 6.4 hit the southern part of the country.
1993 – U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell retired.
1994 – The space shuttle Endeavor took off on an 11-day mission. Part of the mission was to use a radar instrument to map remote areas of the Earth.
1997 – France’s Roman Catholic Church apologized for its silence during the persecution and deportation of Jews the pro-Nazi Vichy regime.
1998 – Gov. Pete Wilson of California signed a bill into law that defined “invasion of privacy as trespassing with the intent to capture audio or video images of a celebrity or crime victim engaging in a personal of family activity.” The law went into effect January 1, 1999.
1999 – In Tokaimura, Japan, radiation escaped a nuclear facility after workers accidentally set off an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction.
2003 – The FBI began a criminal investigation concerning the possibility that White House officials had illegally leaked the identity of an undercover CIA officer.
Music Stuff September 30th
1960, The Beatles performed at the Indra Club, Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, West Germany.
1964, The Who appeared at the Town Hall, Greenwich, South London.
1965, EMI Records launched the budget priced ‘Music For Pleasure’ label, selling the albums in grocery stores for 12/6d each.
1965, Donovan made his US television debut on Shindig! along with The Hollies, The Turtles and the Dave Clark Five.
1967, BBC Radio 1 was launched in the UK. Former Radio Caroline DJ Tony Blackburn was the first presenter on air. The Move’s ‘Flowers In The Rain’, was the first record played.
1972, David Cassidy UK No.1 – ‘How Can I Be Sure.’ It was originally recorded by The Young Rascals in 1967.
1972, Pirate station Radio Caroline started broadcasting again and continued to broadcast until the MI Amigo sank in March 1980.
1977, Mary Ford died from cancer after being in a diabetic coma for 54 days. One-half of the husband-and-wife musical team, Les Paul and Mary Ford.
1978, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John had their second UK No.1 from the film ‘Grease’ with ‘Summer Nights.’
1984, UK station Capitol Radio launched ‘The Network Chart’ show hosted by David ‘Kid’ Jenson.
1984, The music division of Thorn EMI once said to be the greatest recording organisation in the world reported a world-wide loss of almost $5 million during the last six months.
1993, Kate Pierson from The B-52’s was charged with criminal mischief and trespassing during an anti-fur protest at ‘Vogue’s’ New York City offices.
1995, Mariah Carey made chart history when ‘Fantasy’, made her the first female act to enter the chart in pole position.
1995, Simply Red scored their first UK No.1 single when ‘Fairground’ started a four-week run at the top of the charts.
1999, Chris de Burgh’s web site was closed down after countless obscene messages were posted on the guestbook.
2000, Toploader started a 18 date UK tour at Rock City Nottingham.
2002, Hear’say announced they had split up. ….. 2 UK No.1 singles but had lasted less than two years.
2003, An auction of the contents of Sir Elton John’s London home raised more than £1.4 million. An oil painting, entitled Madison Square Park, sold for £67,200, and a 19th Century portrait of Lieutenant George Dyer, painted by James Northcote in 1817, fetched £55,200. Sir Elton sold off the items so he could redecorate his home in a more modern style.
2007, Country music singer Keith Urban crashed his motorcycle on the way to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. The 39-year-old, who was not injured, said he was being followed by a photographer when the accident happened near his home in Sydney, Australia.
2007, Sugababes UK No.1 – ‘About You Now’.
Birthday Boys and Girls September 30th
1933, Soul singer Cissy Houston, and mother of Whitney Houston. .
1935, Johnny Mathis, US singer
1942, Frankie Lymon, singer, Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers,
1942, Gus Dudgeon, producer. Best known for his work with Elton John. Also produced David Bowie, The Beach Boys, Zombies, Kiki Dee, Strawbs, XTC and Joan Armatrading
1946, Sylvia Peterson, The Chiffons
1947, Marc Bolan, guitarist, UK singer, songwriter, T Rex