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It's official: Rap music does cause crime. Research shows that in over half the shootings that occur on the street, the gunman hits a boombox!
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Christopher Walker, 19, from Birmingham, England Robbery across the street from home Hapless crook Christopher Walker stole 25,000 before fleeing to his nearby home. Walker was was seen running into his own property opposite the bank after attacking the guard with a stick outside Lloyds Bank in Birmingham's Lea Village. Birmingham Crown Court heard it was an incompetent spur of the moment robbery. Walker, 19, from Birmingham, was jailed for two and a half years after admitting robbery on October 22. "What makes this so serious is the significant amount of money involved, the use of a disguise and the use of a weapon to hit a security guard who is entitled to go about his work without fear of attack," said Her Honour Judge De Bertodano. The court heard how Walker was caught by police within minutes because he was seen running into his home after attacking the cash-in-transit security guard with a stick. He had just been made redundant from his job as a council grass cutter and was short of cash. Walker covered his face with a T-shirt, before picking up a stick, which he used to strike the back of the guards knee from behind. All of the cash was recovered from the loft space of Walkers next door neighbour which adjoined his house.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Alissa Re: Best free graphics program Dear Webby You mentioned that there are a lot of free graphics programs available on the net. At the time I thought, that was rather lazy, but was too busy to write then. So I am telling you now, That was LAZY! I need a free graphics program for an adult continuing education program. What is the best among all the free ones? By the way, it has to be able to run on older machines. Alissa Dear Alissa The best of the free ones is definitely GIMP. You will find it every bit as good and powerful as the $700-$1,000 Photoshop program, All the options in it are a bit overwhelming, and I would definitely advise to step through the tutorials. It is not as easy to use as Paint Shop Pro, but there are tons of tutorials available. There are entire web sites dedicated to just GIMP tutorials: You can download GIMP from Unlike Photoshop and PaintShop Pro, the stars amongst the for sale programs, GIMP runs fine on Windows, Linux and Mac, even on older machines, and you don't have to learn a new program just because of switching Operating Systems.. Have FUN! DearWebby
My home church welcomes all denominations, but mainly they prefer tens and twenties.
Daily tip from Storing Gift Wrap Under The Bed I use an under the bed storage box for organizing my gift wrapping. Along with all the wrapping paper (including some I have recycled). I keep scissors and cellophane tape, ribbons, sticky labels and card tags along with birthday cards and a few left over Christmas cards. By Monique from Somerset, U.K If you don't have wheels on your under the bed storage drawer, or if they are too small for the type of carpet that you got, pick up some of the "Crazy Carpet" plastic sheets that the kids leave lying around, or buy some. They are cheap. Attach the sheets to the bottom of the drawer with little brads or picture frame nails. Even the heaviest drawer will slide on carpet as if it had ball bearing drawer rails. Have FUN! DearWebby Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at also has a newsletter. If you want more than just one tip per day, or if you want to share your tips, then you can subscribe to it here:ThriftyFun Highly recommended! If you like the list, you can vote for it here:

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Two guys are driving through Texas when they get pulled over by a state trooper. The trooper walks up, taps on the window with his nightstick, the driver rolls down the window, and the trooper smacks him in the head with the stick. The driver says, "Why'd you do that?" The trooper says, "You're in Texas, son. When I pull you over, you'll have your license ready." Driver says, "I'm sorry, officer, I'm not from around here." The trooper runs a check on the guy's license, and he's clean. He gives the guy his license back and walks around to the passenger side and taps on the window.The passenger rolls his window down, and the trooper smacks him with the nightstick. The passenger says, "What'd you do that for?" The cop says, "Just making your wishes come true." The passenger says, "Huh?" The cop says, "I know that two miles down the road you're gonna say, 'I wish that schmuck would've tried that stuff with me!' "

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