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Good Morning,  !
Today is Tuesday, June 12

I had to laugh when Lillemor sent me an article about the 
Dept Of Justice getting frantic and trying to forbid Florida
dumping names of dead people off their voting rolls.
Apparently those tens of thousands of ghost voters are
absolutely necessary for Obama to win, and ghost voters
have worked fine in Illinois. 
Obama apparently is entitled to them!

There is one way to correct that. Leave them on the voters
rolls, but redline them.  Whenever a live person shows up to
vote for a ghost, arrest them and throw them into the slammer
for voting fraud.

Florida could easily enough make an Arpaio style tent jail
in the Everglades, guarded by alligators. And keep them there 
until they come up with $100,000 bail money or a $10,000
summary conviction fine. 

If they use the same trick with all the illegals, who were
put onto the election rolls, the fines would get the state 
out of debt!

Or would that make too much sense?

Have FUN!
DearWebby

Today in 
1665 English rename New Amsterdam, New York, after Dutch pull out 
1792 George Vancouver discovers site of Vancouver, BC 
1812 Napoleon's invasion of Russia begins
1867 Austro-Hungarian Empire forms 
1918 1st airplane bombing raid by an American unit, France 
1962 USAF Maj Robert M White takes X-15 to 56,270 m 
1967 Israel wins 6 day war (Did they REALLY rent the tanks from Hertz?)
1973 Yanks trade wife swapper Mike Kekich for Lowell Palmer 
1980 Reagan said he would submit to periodic medical tests,
  -if he remembers.
1982 750,000 anti-nuclear demonstrators, rally in Central Park NYC
   200 Million did not demonstrate.. 
2012  smiled

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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A college freshman, returning home for the summer, was discussing the problems of living at college. He was commenting on the cost of food, power, insurance and the other costs of living that we must all endure. Mom commented back to her son that she knew just how he felt. He got a puzzled look and said “how would you know mom? You still live at home”.
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After digging to a depth of 100 metres last year, Russian scientists found traces of copper wire dating back 1000 years, and came to the conclusion that their ancestors already had a telephone network one thousand years ago. So, not to be outdone, in the weeks that followed, American scientists dug 200 metres and headlines in the US papers read: "US scientists have found traces of silica, indicating 2000 year old optical fibres, and have concluded that their ancestors already had advanced high-tech digital telephone 1000 years earlier than the Russians." One week later, the Canadian newspapers reported the following: "After digging as deep as 500 metres, Canadian scientists have found absolutely nothing. They have concluded that 5000 years ago, their ancestors were already using wireless technology. ------------------ Yep. That's right. Smoke signals are definitely wireless. To this day half the Government is accusing it the other half, that their posturing is just smoke and mirrors, while those in turn are trying to tax smoking out of Canadian life. However, if we all stopped smoking, they couldn't afford medicare! Well, I am one of the selfish meanies who stopped smoking. I have not smoked since February 2011, and don't even stand downwind of smokers.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD to Krystle Marie Reyes, 25, in Salem, Oregon Scams Oregon Out Of 2 Million Dollars, then calls police when she loses credit card Krystle Marie Reyes, a 25-year-old Salem woman was jailed Wednesday after she allegedly filed a fraudulent state tax return, and received over 2 million dollars. According to the Marion County Sheriff's Office, Reyes reportedly used Turbo Tax, a tax preparation computer program, to file her 2011 tax income return. She claimed that she earned over $3,000,000, then used the tax calculator program to claim a refund of $2,000,000. The Internal Revenue examined because of the large amount, but sent her the refund as calculated on her return. Investigators say Reyes spent more than $150,000 on numerous items, including a new vehicle, before she ended up losing her Visa card with the remainder of her fraudulent tax return revenue. Investigators say Reyes reported her card missing, which alerted authorities to her fraudulent activities. Officers described the scam as one of the biggest the state of Oregon has ever seen. Officials are shocked on how easily she was able to defraud the state. The revenue department processes approximately 7 billion dollars a year in tax returns on computer systems designed in the 1980s. In January, the state decided against a one million dollar computer upgrade,that would have eventually paid for itself by finding tax cheaters. Reyes was booked into the Marion County Jail and charged with aggravated theft and computer crime. She was released and is scheduled to appear in court on July 5th. Sales of Turbo Tax in Oregon have skyrocketed.
Tech Support Pits: From: AJ Re: Online Conferencing Dear Webby I got some ads about on-line conferencing. Compared to on-location meetings, $2879 sounds like quite a big saving. How reliable are those on-line conferences? A.J. Dear AJ Ask your kids to show you how to use Skype. One on one video conferencing, with additional text chat for typing or pasting complicated details, is free, Since Microsoft bought Skype, video conferencing involving more people costs a bit, but is still uite reasonable. Most people just use video to the chairman or moderator, and plain text chat to everybody else in the conference. One of the great benefits of that is the history. Everybody has a printable history that can be looked up even years later. If you use just text chat and one on one video, it is free. Reliability is still as good as before microsoft bought it. There is no change in that. We have used Skype for tech support for a dozen years, and would find it awkward, if we had to switch to a different solution. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Thanks to Dianne for this: My forgetter's getting better, But my rememberer is broke To you that may seem funny But, to me, that is no joke For when I'm "here" I'm wondering If I really should be "there" And, when I try to think it through, I haven't got a prayer! Oft times I walk into a room, Say "what am I here for?" I wrack my brain, but all in vain! A zero, is my score. At times I put something away Where it is safe, but, Gee! The person it is safest from Is, generally, me! When shopping I may see someone, Say! "Hi" and have a chat, Then, when the person walks away I ask myself, "who the hell was that?" Yes, my forgetter's getting better While my rememberer is broke, And it's driving me plumb crazy And that isn't any joke.
Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Reuse Cardboard From Tissue Box Open up the glued end of an empty large tissue box so it is now flat. Trim off the logo area. You can use the plain white area if you wish. Trim off ends and save them. You can get three tiny gift tags from the ends. You can make 4 cards, 1 bookmark, and 24 tiny tags from a single box or 7 cards and 21 tags from one box! For gift tags, punch a small hole in the top and add a ribbon to tie on to the gift. Attach a ribbon to the top of your bookmark the same way. Not all boxes measure the same, so don't worry if you don't come up with the same cuts or think you made a mistake. By duckie-do from Cortez, CO Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at http://www.myfrugallife.com Thriftyfun.com also has a newsletter. If you want more than just one tip per day, or if you want to share your tips, then you can subscribe to it here:ThriftyFun Highly recommended! If you like the ThriftyFun.com list, you can vote for it here:
>From Walter the Stonecarver Whenever I come home from playing golf, my son always asks me excitedly, "Did you win, Dad?" I have explained to him time and time again that you're really just playing against yourself. This time the family was on vacation and I had gone out to play a round. When I returned, the kids were swimming in the hotel pool, which was full of young kids and surrounded by dozens of parents. From across the pool, at the top of his lungs, my son yelled, "Hey Dad! Were you just playing with yourself? We checked out that night.
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Did you know that in order to encourage interstate commerce in the US every second state forbids fireworks and you have to go to the next state to get them. You can always tell that you are getting close to a state border when you see those firworks sales huts on the side of the freeway. In Canada fireworks are usually regulated locally but rarely enforced unless somebody does something really stupid. However, in this one town, which shall remain nameless, the local dogooders decided to push for a bylaw banning fireworks, even though the only reported accident was when a city council member had forgotten that her hubby had stashed the fireworks in the barbeque to keep them out of the rain and out of the reach of the kids. An opponent to the proposed fireworks bylaw erected a sign that read: "ALL dogooders should be blown up" The next morning somebody had spray-painted underneath: "That would do them good"
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