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Good Morning,  !
Today is Friday, November 16
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!



Thank you, Hermon!

Dr Bill wrote to remind us that Borscht (beet soup) is also
great for lowering blood pressure quickly.

Borsht is best made in a BIG pot, so that you can add onions,
carrots, cabbage, chives, celery, whatever veggies are in 
the fridge and need to be used soon. If you don't over-cook it, 
you can fill the leftover into meal size ziplock baggies or 
freezer containers, and freeze them. 

Then you can take one out once a month for nearly instant 
borscht. 

I used to like those ziplock baggies, but nowadays prefer the
stackable freezer containers. There is no need for a crowbar 
or claw hammer to wrestle them out of the freezer, and a lot
fewer chances of burning mysellf when I empty it after 
microwaving it.

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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In literature as in love, we are astonished at what is chosen by others. --- Andre Maurois
A man came into a shop with a 'Salesman Wanted' sign in a window. He went up to the owner and said, "I-I-I w-w-waannn-t the j-joooob-b." "I don't know if this job would suit you because of your speaking impediment," said the owner. "I h-h-havvve a w-wi-wiiiife and s-s-s-six k-kkkids, iiii-I re-really neeeed thi-thi-this j-j-job!" said the man. "O.K. Here are three Bibles. Go out and sell them." said the owner. So the man went out and came back an hour later. "H-here-sss your m-m-money." said the man. The owner was impressed, so he gave the man a dozen more Bibles and sent him out. The man came back in two hours and said, "Her-ers y-yooour m-m-money." The owner said, "This is fantastic. You sold more Bibles in three hours than anyone has sold in a week. Tell me, what do you say to the people when they come to the door?" "W-welllll," said the man, "I r-r-ring the d-door bell, a-a-and s-s-say 'H-Hel-Hello, M-m-maaaaddam, d-d-do you w-w-want t-t t-to buy thi-thi-this B-B-Bible, oooor d-d-do y-you w-w-want m'me t-toooo read it t-t-t-t-to you?"
>From Gary Gary works as a service technician for a large exterminating company. One of the rules of the company is that he has to confirm each appointment by phone the night before his service call to that household to ensure he does not arrive at an empty but locked house. One evening he made such a call, and when a man answered the phone, he said, "Hi, this is Gary from A to Z Pest Control Company. Your wife phoned us." There was a long silence, and then the man on the other end said, "Honey, it's for you......someone wants to talk to you about your relatives."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD to Tammi Estep, 36, in Horry County, South Carolina Woman Stabs Husband, Explains To Cops That Victim Was "Satan's Spawn" Reported by the Smoking Gun A woman arrested for stabbing her husband in the stomach explained to South Carolina cops that, “Jesus and Mary told me to kill him because he is Satan’s spawn!” Despite that explanation, Tammi Estep, 36, was charged with the attempted murder of her 46-year-old spouse, who underwent surgery following the attack Friday morning. According to a Horry County Police Department report, Estep told officers that she “was sent to save the world!” The stabbing occurred in the home Estep shares with her husband and two sons, both of who were present during the incident. Pictured in the adjacent mug shot, Estep is being held in the county jail in advance of a bond hearing.
Tech Support Pits From: Dianah Re: Print eBook Dear Webby, What kind of printer would you recommend to print ebooks? I want to print a bunch of my eBooks for the local trade show, but if I try that with my HP multi-function printer, it will break down again, and this time I am bnot going to get it repaired. Thanks Dianah Dear Dianah First get ClickBook, so that you can accomplish double-sided printing in paperback book format. People DO NOT like "books" in page size. That is why paperback books outsell any other format. 2. Get a reliable Laser printer. I got a Dell 1320C about four years ago for just under $200. I only use toner from Atlantic Inkjet and it still prints as fast and as beautiful as it did on day one. They don't have that particular model number any more, but any of their single function color laser printers will do, though I would shy away from the absolutely lowest cost model. $139 will get you a home use color laser printer, but for office use I would pick one in the $150 -$200 range. Quite often Xerox sells the same printer with their logo on it for $100 more. If you are an HP fan, the HP LaserJet Pro 400 Printer M401n is the equivalent of the Dell 1320c, and the lowest model of HP printer, that I would consider, if I HAD to pick an HP printer. 3. Get a toner refill kit from Atlantic Inkjet. Printer manufacturers change labels on the printers with each sale, and rarely more than the label and the price. The new and improved model number might not be listed yet on Atlantic's web site, but rest assured, they do have the toner and refill kits and/or re-manufactured cartridges in stock. If necessary, email them or call their toll free number. Most printers, when you get them, have a low volume starter package of toner, usually about a quarter of what you get from Atlantic Inkjet.com. So it is important to get proper refills soon. Atlantic Inkjet .com ships fast, but don't wait until you are out of toner! Have FUN! DearWebby
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A South American scientist from Argentina, after a lengthy study, has discovered that people with insufficient sexual activity read their e-mail with their hand on the mouse. You too, eh?
Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Makeshift Meal Tray on Walker My wife is going through rehab for a brain tumor and has to use a walker around the house. To feed her, I found a shelving board out in our garage and I put this board through her walker on the braces for a makeshift table to put her food and drink while she is sitting down. By Jim Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at http://www.myfrugallife.com
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Robert and Peter had applied for jobs at a large company and had to take an intelligence test. Though both of them found the test a breeze, except that they admitted to being momentarily stumped by the final question: "Name a 14 letter word for someone in charge of a plant." "How did you answer that last one?" asked Robert. "I thought it was tough at first.... then I thought of Superintendent." "I think I got it right too," Pete said. "But I wrote down Horticulturist."
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At a clearance sale, the wife of a federal district court judge found a green tie that was a perfect match for one of her husband's sports jackets. Soon after, while the couple was vacationing at a resort complex to get his mind off a rather complicated cocaine conspiracy case, he noticed a small, round disc sewn into the design of the tie. The judge showed it to a local FBI agent, who was equally suspicious that it might be a 'bug' planted by the conspiracy defendants. The agent sent the device to FBI headquarters In Washington, DC for analysis. Two weeks later, the judge phoned the Washington office to learn the results of their tests. "We're not sure where the disc came from," the FBI told him, "but we discovered that when you press it, it plays 'Jingle Bells.'"
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Today in 
1532 Pizarro seizes Incan emperor Atahualpa
1676 1st colonial prison organized, Nantucket, Massachusetts
1798 Kentucky becomes 1st state to nullify an act of Congress
1894 6,000 Armenians massacred by Turks in Kurdistan
1901 3 autos race on Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, fastest speed 
  achieved by Henry Fournier who drives a mile in 51 4/5 seconds 
1955 1st speed-boat to exceed 200 mph (322 kph) (D.M. Campbell) 
1965 Venera 3 launched, 1st to land on another planet  
   (crashes into Venus) 
1990 Manuel Noriega claims US denied him a fair trial 
2012  smiled


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