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Today is Sunday, Aug 28

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breakfast, it looks to them like a major attack. No site can
handle that, and they have to block people, until things
slow down.

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I'm sure you've all heard about the military's plans to use huge ground-based lasers to destroy abandoned satellites in orbit. But have you also noticed that since these plans were made public, CNN hasn't aired a single report accusing the military of sexual harassment?
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Brittany Lurch and Arthur Phillips in Patton, PA Newlyweds shoplifted food for their reception - and miss the celebration after they wind up behind bars Two Pennsylvania newlyweds were busted Friday after police said they were caught swiping items for their wedding reception and came back for a second haul. The Centre Daily Times reported that Arthur Phillips III, 32, and his bride Brittany Lurch, 22, were arrested after taking $1,049 in merchandise from a Wegmans supermarket. Patton Township police said the couple were captured on surveillance video loading a shopping cart and leaving the store without paying. A short time later, the pair returned to the same store to place an order for a seafood platter. It was then that they were placed into custody. As they were arrested, the couple told cops the items, which included food and disposable dinnerware were for their wedding reception that evening. They had married the day before, on August 18 and had reportedly scheduled their reception for 5:30pm on the 19th, but they never made it. Miss Lurch, a mother of two children from another relationship, and Mr Phillips were charged with retail theft and receiving stolen property. Miss Lurch was released later Friday after posting $2,500 bail. Mr Phillips was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after officers found a glass pipe with marijuana residue on it. He was released on August 22. Chief John Petrick of the Patton Township Police Department said: 'It was certainly an unusual event and we'll let everything work through the court system at this point.'
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Rosalie Re: Sort OE blocked addresses Dea Webby: I am using Outlook Express; I get anywhere from 15-20 spam notices every day. I use 'Message' - block sender. I must have 100's in my block sender. Is there a way to alphabetize the list in SPAM? It takes me about 30 minutes to go thru the list as some of my 'legitimate email address are going into Spam and I need to take them out. This is a waste of time going thru that long list. Thanks for your help. Rosalie Dear Rosalie Blacklisting is a total waste of time. Spammers never fake the same sender address twice in a row, because of people blacklisting them. You need a much smarter weapon than that. I use MailWasher. It identifies spam, and allows you to make filters to eliminate spam right on the server, without even downloading it. It also allows you to make filters to exempt mail from certain addresses from all your tricky filters, so that a family member's joke about certain wrist adornments will make it through and not get tossed because it mentions a certain product. "Making a filter" is not rocket science. It's like a game and you'll catch on instantly. MailWasher also allows you to kill mail, that has your own address forged in as the sender, but allows mail through, that really IS from you. Yes, I know, a lot of people send memos to themselves and then archive those, rather than open a word processor or spreadsheet for whatever it is they want to have a permanent copy of. Because I have not changed my addresses since the mid 90's, I get between 4000 and 5000 pieces of spam every day. So, what? It does not bother me one bit, because I never see it. MailWasher takes care of it and I only see the mail, that I am actually going to answer. Now and then I look at the pretty graphs in Mailwasher and see which of my filters are catching the most these days, and occasionally I make a new filter, just to keep up with the newest trends in spamming. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Roy staggered out of the bar, and carefully watching his footwork, smacks into the lonely palm tree at the parking lot entrance. He backs up a few paces, and walks into the tree again. Then, he does it again. He mumbles, "This is great. I was supposed to be home hours ago, and now here I am lost in the forest."

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Sam and Mike are walking home from a religious service. Sam wonders whether it would be all right to smoke while praying. Mike replies, "Why don't you ask Father Smith?" So Sam goes up to Father Smith and asks, "Father, may I smoke while I pray?" But Father says, "No, my son, you may not. That's utter disrespect to our religion." Sam goes back to his friend and tells him what the good Father told him. Mike says, "I'm not surprised. You asked the wrong question. Let me try." And so Mike goes up to Father Smith and asks, "Father, may I pray while I smoke?" To which Father Smith eagerly replies, "By all means, my son. By all means. Sure you can pray while you smoke." ------- By the way, I am still smoke free!





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