Dear Webby, how do I get rid of Pagoo? 



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It's Tuesday,  December 9, 2008

I take my children everywhere, but they always find their way back home. --- Robert Orben Platitude: an idea (a) that is admitted to be true by everyone, and (b) that is not true. --- H. L. Mencken
Thanks to Dave for this: thankyou for your response. here's a true story if you want to use it. My wife and i were walking around walmart one day and decided to pick up a bottle of wine. as we perused the selection, being very knowledgeable about wine, i asked her, "what color you want?" She elbowed me in the ribs and said "shsh, you sound like a redneck." I responded with, "we are looking at wine in Walmart, what do you think we are?"
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The brillant barrister F. E. Smith once defended a bus driver against claims that his negligence had caused injury to a young man's arm: "Will you please show us how high you can lift your arm now?" Smith asked the plaintiff. The young man obediently raised his arm to shoulder level, his face contorted with apparent pain. "Thank you," said Smith. "And now, please, will you show us how high you could lift it before the accident?" The man's arm shot above his head.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Trenity Sue Baker, 18 in Tulsa, Oklahoma Man chased down his stolen pickup TULSA, Okla. (UPI) -- Police in Tulsa, Okla., say a man who saw his pickup truck being stolen ran after it, jumped aboard, kicked out the rear window and chased off the thief. Investigators said Alonzo Johnson had left his truck running outside of a QuikTrip convenience store Monday night when he saw a woman get into the pickup and start driving away, the Tulsa World reported Wednesday. Johnson ran out of the store, jumped into the bed of the moving truck and kicked out the rear window of the cab, police said. The police report said the woman exited the truck while Johnson was climbing into the cab and sped off in a car with her boyfriend. Johnson chased the couple in his truck until police caught up with them and arrested Trenity Sue Baker, 18. Baker, who also allegedly hit a car in the QuikTrip parking lot with Johnson's truck, was taken to the Tulsa jail on charges of auto theft and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
When my brother Donnie got home from a five-month deployment of his submarine, he told us one of the ways the sailors kept up their morale was by making wooden cars out of kits and then running derby races. "What do you do for a ramp?" I asked. "Don't need one. We just put the cars on the floor and then tilt the sub."
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Donna Re: Problem canceling Pagoo Dear Webby, I look forward to your newsletter every day, especially Tech Support Pits and the daily photo. I recently switched from dial-up to dsl (yay!!) and don't need my Pagoo service anymore. The problem is, I've sent them 3 separate emails to cancel the service and they are not responding. I can't find a phone number anywhere on their website. I don't know what to do, so of course, I'm turning to you. Thanks! Donna J. Dear Donna For Pagoo, try 1 888 849 4222 If that does not work, contact your credit card company and tell them that you had written Pagoo 3 times to cancel, but that the dumb crooks are still charging you, and that you demand that 1) the charges be reversed. 2) further fraudulent charges be blocked. Have FUN! DearWebby

When Annie was about 14 years-old I caught her swiping her younger sister, Ellie's grapes. "Are you eating your younger sister's grapes?" I demanded. "No, dad. I'm helping her share."

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A lady was picking through the frozen turkeys at the grocery store, but couldn't find one big enough for her family. She asked a stock boy, "Do these turkeys get any bigger?" The stock boy replied, "No ma'am, they're dead."
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