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Good Morning,  !
It's Thursday, December 16, 2010

While weeding out the bonehad candidates, I noticed an 
interesting trend. Some people actually WANT to go to jail, 
apparently to have a warm place to live.

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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Julie L. Pennington, 39 in Helena, Montana Helena woman asks to be arrested When spinning doughnuts in front of the police station didn’t get her the attention she wanted, an allegedly drunken 39-year-old Helena woman parked her vehicle, went to the window at the law enforcement center and asked for assistance in getting arrested for driving under the influence. “She was upset that she had been driving around spinning donuts and no officers had arrested her. She said she wanted to get arrested because she was drunk,” Helena Police Chief Troy McGee said. Julie L. Pennington’s request was granted at about 2 a.m. Tuesday, McGee said. Pennington also allegedly crashed into a vehicle parked near the police station and took out the bumper of her 1991 Jeep Cherokee by hitting a retaining wall in the backside of the building. “She said she was breaking the law on purpose to try and get arrested,” McGee said. Police arrested Pennington on misdemeanor charges of DUI, driving with no insurance, careless driving, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a suspended license and having an open container of alcohol in the vehicle. Police say she remained too intoxicated to appear before Helena Municipal Court judge Tuesday morning.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Pat Re: Multiple anti-malware programs Dear Webby, I currently have Norton, MacAfee and Trend Micro PC-Cillin. This seems a bit redundant to me and I'm getting reminders to renew. Which would you let expire ? I bow to your expertise. Merry Christmas. Pat --------------------- Dear Pat I use McAfee, Registry Booster, MailWasher, and DisKeeper Each of those is the best in their own separate field. They don't duplicate each other. Sure, you could use McAfee to reduce your spam, and if you are not fussy, that is probably good enough. But if you DO get a lot of spam and don't want to waste time on it, then you need the big gun: MailWasher. The same applies to DisKeeper. There are dozens of defragmenters available, many even free, but you get exactly what you pay for with those. If your data is not worth $29, then get a free defragmenter and disk tuner. Unlike most magazine writers, I don't just reprint promotional material. I only recommend what I actually use and actually like. The programs I mention here I have used for many years on my own machines. Other programs I experience on other people's machines. Have FUN! DearWebby
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