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Good Morning,  !
It's Monday, January 10, 2011

There sure is a huge difference in how the shooting in Arizona is 
reported in the US versus how it is shown in the rest of the world.

In the US it's all about poor Gabby, a two-bit windbag who fought
against the Arizona Law and then in the November election claimed
she was for a stronger federal immigration law (that would try to
do, what the Arizona Law has in it). And of course, the 9 year old,
who was born on 9/11.

In the International press, it's about the assassination of a 
top US Federal Judge for the State of Arizona, barely 72-hours 
after he made a critical ruling against the Obama administrations 
plan to begin the confiscation of their citizen’s private retirement 
and banking accounts in order to stave off their nations 
imminent economic collapse, 
and after having the US Marshals protecting him suddenly removed.

The International press lists the 9 year old, who was born on 9/11,
and Gabby and the other victims as colorful ,innocent bystanders, 
but they do mention that the “handler” of the shooter, described 
as a white male between 40-50 years old with dark hair,
has disappeared without a trace.

And the Social networking Arm of the Democrats is frantically
trying to blame Sarah Palin, which I find rather funny.

Have FUN!
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Michael A. Davis, 24, in Bellwood, Ill Burger King robbery suspect nabbed when cab doesn't wait Jan 6, 2011 (ELMWOOD PARK) Two men hid in the bathroom of a west suburban Burger King, then robbed employees at knifepoint Wednesday night. One of the men is in custody after the cab he was planning to use for a getaway car did not wait near the scene. Michael A. Davis, 24, of the 300 block of 25th Ave. in Bellwood, was charged with two counts of armed robbery in connection with the incident at the Burger King at 1750 Harlem Ave., according to Elmwood Park police. Davis and another man allegedly entered the restaurant about 15 minutes before the 10 p.m. closing time and hid in a bathroom. A few minutes after closing, they emerged with knives and demanded employees open the safe and get down on the floor. Elmwood Park police officer Carlos Rodriguez, the first to arrive on the scene, said the men stole an undetermined amount of cash and two cell phones. “I was a couple of blocks away when the call came in,” Rodriguez said. “When I pulled up to the scene, the witnesses were outside. “The witnesses said the offenders headed westbound on Bloomingdale,” Rodriguez said. “When the other (departments) arrived, they set up a perimeter and began searching through the yards.” By 10:22 p.m. Elmwood Park officer Nicholas Ramirez had Davis in custody following a foot chase that ended in a parking lot on the 1600 block of Harlem Avenue. Davis allegedly told police he took a taxi from Bellwood and told the driver to wait at Wabansia Avenue and 72nd Court, Deputy Police Chief Frank Fagiano said. “Obviously after 30 minutes, the taxi driver didn’t wait,” Fagiano said. “Officer Ramirez brought the suspect back to the scene, where he was positively identified by the witnesses,” Rodriguez said. Police recovered the stolen cash and phones, which were in a back pack, and a utility knife, Fagiano said. Fagiano said the department is following leads on the second suspect and has turned over the information to the department’s investigations division.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Chuck Re: Wireless laptop Dear Webby, I am taking a long journey into the unknown. As an old man I'd like to communicate both with Fatimah in Syria and my next of kin here. A cell phone is out of the question. So my next choice is a laptop. Having been a pc man I'm now thrust into my first laptop. So here goes my questions. First; as I travel does the laptop automatically pick up a signal, or do you need a service like a cell phone. 10/100/1000 Ethernet, 802.11b/g Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n wireless Which of these two are the better choice? and what service would allow me to go online no matter where I am in my travels? Thank you, cjw Dear Chuck There is not much difference in those specs. All modern laptops will connect to wireless hotspots. The problem is that not all hotspots are free. Some are outrageously expensive! You will need to sign up with an ISP in Syria. Keep in mind that Syria is like Alabama. You have hi-tech and high standard areas right next to very primitive hillbilly areas, and can't generalize from the distance. You can have 20 - 100 Mbps town wide wireless in one town, and be lucky to get 14 Kbps dial-up in the next one. Any modern PC Laptop should do fine, but you yourself should try to get as much experience connecting to hotspots and wireless ISPs as possible, before you go on your trip. Have FUN! DearWebby
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