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Good Morning,  !
Today is Sunday, November 27

Thank you, Sig!

The echocardiogram on Thursday seems to have been OK.
I would imagine, that if it wasn't, somebody would tell me.
The technician, who performed it, seemed cute enough, 
but had absolutely no sense of humor.

Tomorrow I have to drive into Calgary, an hour and a half 
away, for an angiogram, and be there at 06:30. Mine is just
a check-up, and people, who have heart attacks tomorrow
and need urgent operations, have priority, but they figure
I should be out of there by 9 PM, when they go home. 
Hopefully it will be earlier than that!

Have FUN!
DearWebby

By the way, there is nothing I can do about the voting at 
the Ezinefinder. They are totally independent and not on
any of our servers. They seem to be running again now.


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The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the idealised past. --- Robertson Davies Some folks are wise and some are otherwise. --- Tobias George Smolett Never keep up with the Joneses. Drag them down to your level. --- Karl Marx
A husband said to his wife, "No, I don't hate your relatives. In fact, I like your mother-in-law better than I like mine."
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A woman answers her front door and sees a little boy holding a list. "Lady," he explains, "I'm on a scavenger hunt, and I still need three grains of wheat, a pork-chop bone and a piece of used carbon paper to earn a dollar." "Wow," the woman replies. "Who sent you on such a challenging scavenger hunt?" "My babysitter's boyfriend."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD to Denarrio Lyndrell Reed, 19 in Ridgeland, MS lora man charged in Ridgeland crime spree Authorities said a Flora man led Ridgeland police on a wild chase Saturday night, causing several accidents and ending in a brawl in the street. Ridgeland Lt. John Neal said around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Ridgeland Police Department received a call of an accident on Lake Harbor Drive by the Wendover Subdivision. Neal said Denarrio Reed, 19, was westbound on Lake Harbor when he came up on some traffic and ran off in a ditch. When a good Samaritan got out of his white Chevy Trailblazer, Reed stole the SUV and proceeded up Lake Harbor toward U.S. 51. As Reed fled through Pear Orchard, he caused several small accidents, including one with minor injuries, Neal said. When he got to Wolcott Circle, he ran into the back of a vehicle and got out of the Trailblazer. At that point, he tried to pull a woman out of a car she was occupying with her elderly parents, and when she wouldn’t get out of the car, he ran off on foot, according to authorities. Finally, when Reed attempted to pull an elderly man out of his car, police were able to surround him and a scuffle ensued, Neal said. Reed is charged with one count of motor vehicle theft, two counts of unarmed carjacking, leaving the scene of an accident with minor injuries, resisting arrest, simple assault on a female victim, simple assault on a police officer, and false identification. But the strangest part is that police can’t seem to figure out a motive, Neal said. “We’re not sure why he ran to begin with,” he said. “All these officers were going to these calls, starting with the first call of the auto theft, and everyone’s thinking it all broke loose, but it was just one guy causing all the havoc.” Before the incident, Reed did not have any pending charges, Neal said, though he was in the system once for disorderly conduct. Police did recover a pacifier that witnesses said Reed had been sucking on, and it has been sent to the crime lab for analysis.
Tech Support Pits: From: Mac Re: PHP links Dear Webby, I almost clicked on a link in an email, that supposedly was from my silly sister, when my hubby stopped me. The email had just a link, which is not typical for my sister. Usually she types like she talkes, which is a lot. When we looked at the source, I saw that the link actually went to some site with PHP in the URL. My hubby told me to NEVER EVER go to a site with PHP, EXE, ZIP or anything like that. Are all tose extensions really that dangerous? Thanks Mac Dear Mac If you don't know the site really well, don't go there if you spot those extensions. Legitimate sites may use those extensions, but not at the main entrance. They make their entrance a regular HTML page, and will explain that the download or update has one of THOSE extensions. Unless you get warned first, ALWAYS refuse anything with those extensions. As you noticed, the scammer does not motor-mouth at you like your sister does, he just forged her address as the sender address. Especially when the address is a yahoo address, it is probably forged anyway and requires an extra measure of careful paranoia. . Have FUN! DearWebby
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Mike was explaining to Judi about when he'd been a kid he fell through the ice on the pond. He went all the way under. Several panicked minuted passed when Mike couldn't find the hole get out and he was running out of air quickly. Judi put her hand to her mouth and interrupted: "Oh my God, did you get out ?"
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