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Today is Friday, Aug 26
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support fro the troops!

Today I came across mention of an interesting diet: Paleo. Before
dismissing it as just another fad, I checked into it a bit.
Kraft Dinner is bad, Chicken al Orange is good?
Well any 4 year old will agree with that.
Cheese colored sandwich spread is bad, but
boiled eggs and green peppers are good?
Yeah, I knew that, before I was potty trained.
Tofu is bad, but tomatoes and radishes are good?
One would have to be quite insane to argue about that.

Well, the Paleo diet elevates all those hunches and feelings
to a science, a science I agree with, not like the Gullible
Warming Pseudo-Science rumor mongering. 
So I looked for more info and found the Paleo Diet
Cookbook. It is 359 pages, but quite affordable, and as a bonus, 
it comes with a 29 page Herb and Spice guide, that by itself
is worth more than the price of the book.

If you got too much health and energy, try Kraft Dinner and Tofu.
If you want to improe your health and energy levels,
go for the Paleo Diet Book. 

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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Jason Scott Davis, 34 from Brentwood, California Burglar leaves his iPhone behind REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) -- According to a Northern California prosecutor, Jason Scott Davis falls into the "dumb crook category." Davis is charged with breaking into his ex-girlfriend's San Mateo apartment. Police say Davis left his iPhone in the woman's bathtub. Prosecutors report Davis was busted after a detective called, pretending to have found the lost cell phone. During the burglary, Davis allegedly took jewelry, clothes and personal items. Davis, who is from the Contra Costa County city of Brentwood, pleaded not guilty to burglary charges Wednesday. He remains in custody on $50,000 bail, and did not get his phone back. ------------------ While searching for a mug-shot of Jason Scott Davis, I spotted this version of the report at http://www.bestappleiphone.info/authori ... ed-iphone/ Put your coffee DOWN, unless you want to laugh it out through your nose. Those Mac people are, as usual, trying their best to crack us up laughing. REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — A 34-year-ancient Northern California masculine stays in control with authorities say he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s San Mateo section but catastrophic to notice that he left his iPhone behind. Prosecutors say troops were able to code Jason Scott Davis as a consider when they settle his iPhone in the bathtub of the woman’s section with the May twenty-seven burglary. In describing Davis as a authority who “falls into the reticent prong category,” San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe says Davis was arrested with he was contacted by a questioner who unnatural to be a authority who settle the phone. During the burglary, Davis allegedly took jewelry, panoply and personal items. Davis, who is from the Contra Costa County city of Brentwood, pleaded not guilty to crime charges Wednesday. He stays in control on $50,000 bail. If you have special requests or tips, greatfully get in hold with us and we’ll get behind you promptly!
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Bob Re: Get OE addresses into Gmail Good Morning Webby, I am moving to another town in CT and will have to use another service provider and will need to get a new email address. I want to export my addresses from Outlook Express to Gmail. How do I make this happen. As usual, thank you for you invaluable help. Daily Voter, Bob Dear Bob "How to import addresses from OE to Gmail" seems to be a very popular topic. I have a hunch, writing a tutorial about that is a typical high school or college homework. As can be expected, most of them are rather klutzy and just muddy the field. Here is the easiest way: From Outlook Express: Select File > Export > Address Book from the main menu. Select Text File Type CSV (Comma Separated Values). Click Export. That produces the necessary data file, with a comma between each value. Check that file with a text editor and make sure, there are no stray commas throwing everything out of sync. That step is extremely important and is usually forgotten in most tutorials! If you have a comma in a name, like for example "Mom, Dad", it will show TWO values, with Dad shifted over into the next column, and every subsequent value after that also shifted over. Depending on how clean your addresses are, that should not take long, but is necessary. If it is a really bad mess, import it into a spreadsheet like Calc or Quattro or Excel. Then you instantly see which rows stick out further on the right side, because a stray comma split a value into two values. Then in Gmail, Click Contacts (located above the Compose Mail button) on the Gmail page. From the More actions dropdown menu, select Import.... Click the Choose File button. Select the file you'd like to upload and click the Import button. When it's done, Gmail will display the number of contacts imported. That's all there is to it. If the original OE address book is clean and does not have stray commas in it, you'll complete the task in a minute. Have FUN! DearWebby
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