Address in the "TO:" line 



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The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him. --- Henry Stimson (1867 - 1950) No one can build his security upon the nobleness of another person. --- Willa Cather Women have a passion for mathematics. They divide their age in half, double the price of their clothes, and always add at least five years to the age of their best friend. --- Marcel Achard
Ever mindful of the congregation, the Baptist preacher and his wife decided to get a new dog, and knew that the dog also had to be a Baptist. They visited kennel after kennel and explained their needs. Finally, they found a kennel whose owner assured them he had just the dog they wanted. The owner brought the dog to meet the pastor and his wife. "Fetch the Bible," he commanded. The dog bounded to the bookshelf, scrutinized the books, located the Bible, and brought it to the owner. "Now find Psalm 23," he commanded. The dog dropped the Bible to the floor, and showing marvelous dexterity with his paws, leafed through and finding the correct passage, pointed to it with his paw. The pastor and his wife were very impressed and purchased the dog. That evening, a group of church members came to visit. The pastor and his wife began to show off the dog, having him locate several Bible verses. The visitors were very impressed. One man asked, "Can he do regular dog tricks, too?" "I haven't tried yet," the pastor replied. He pointed his finger at the dog. "HEEL!" the pastor commanded. The dog immediately jumped on a chair, placed one paw on the pastor's forehead and began to howl. The pastor looked at his wife in shock and said, "Good Lord! He's "PENTECOSTAL!"
A guy was traveling through Mexico on vacation when, lo and behold, he lost his wallet and all identification. Cutting his trip short, he attempts to make his way home but is stopped by a cute female Customs Agent at the border. "May I see your identification, please?" asks the agent. "I'm sorry, but I lost my wallet at the beach," replies the guy. "Sure, buddy, I hear that every day. No ID, no crossing the border," says the agent. "But I can prove that I'm an American!" he exclaims. "I have a picture of Ronald Reagan tattooed on one butt cheek and a picture of Richard Nixon on the other." "This I gotta see," replies the agent. With that, Joe drops his pants and bends over in front of the agent. "By golly, you're right!" she exclaims. "Go on home to Boston." "Thanks!" he says. "But how did you know I was from Boston?" The agent replies, "I recognized the picture of Ted Kennedy's nose and baggy jowls in the middle."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD to Jason Archer, 36, Tennessee Shoplifter wears a smile from being hit with the Ugly Stick Reported by The Weekly Vice Jason Archer 36, was arrested Friday evening after allegedly trying to shoplift nearly $1200 in merchandise from a Walmart. Archer, who was initially detained by store security, sought to flee when cops approached. Archer struggled with, -and attempted to strike-, officers, according to a criminal complaint. However, based on Archer’s mug shot, the cops appeared more adept at landing their blows. Looks like a typical drum solo with the Ugly Stick and the big flashlight. As a result, Archer was left with head wounds in a pattern that recalls Walmart’s old smiley face symbol. Archer spent four days in jail before bonding out this morning. He is scheduled for a February 4 appearance in General Sessions court. Tech Support Pits From: C Re: Address in the TO line Dear Webby I have a question about email. I always send email from the 'To:' with my own address in there and then all copies to others go in the 'Bcc:' . My question is does there always have to be and address in the 'To:' area, or is it ok to send it with all addresses in the 'Bcc:' and leave the other blank? Would it cause a problem? Thanks for all of your help and humor over the years! I so look forward to your letter apprearing everyday in my email....keep up the great work, and stay healthy and happy. C Dear C Most email programs require that you have something in the "TO:" line. However, even if you can get away with leaving the "TO:" line blank, that would just make you look like an amateur spammer. Better put some address into the "TO:" line, preferably your own or make one up, like "From C to my herd of friends" <.c@mydomain.com"> or something like that. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A Japanese tourist hailed a taxi in downtown Chicago and asked to be taken out to O'Hare Airport. On the way, a car zoomed by and the tourist responded, "Ohhh!!! TOYOTA!!! Made in Japan!!! Very fast!!!" Not too long after, another car flew by the taxi. "Ohh!!! NISSAN!!! Made in Japan!!! Very fast!!!" Yet another zipped by, "Ohh!!! Mitsubishi!!! Made in Japan!!! Very fast!!!" The taxi driver, complete 100% American, was starting to get a little miffed that the Japanese made cars were passing his Chevy, when yet another car passed the taxi right as they were turning into the airport. "Ohh!!! Honda!!! Made in Japan!!! Very fast!!!" The taxi driver stopped the car, pointed to the meter, and said, "that'll be $150." "$150? It was so short a ride! Why so much?" "Taxi Meter. Made in Japan. Very fast."
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>From Evelyn My husband and I took our two-year-old daughter to the home -improvement store. Madison got tired of walking, so my husband let her ride on his shoulders. As he walked, Madison began pulling his hair. Although he asked her to stop several times, she kept on. Getting annoyed, he scolded, "Madison! Stop that!" "But, Daddy," she replied, "I'm just trying to get my gum back."
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Today, Feb 2, in 
0506 King Alarik II of Visigoten delegates Lex Romania 
0962 Pope John XII crowns German King Otto I the Great Emperor
1141 Battle at Lincoln King Stephen captured
1536 Pedro de Mendoza finds the Argentine city of Buenos Aires
1653 New Amsterdam becomes a city (later New York NY)
1811 Russian settlers establish Fort Ross trading post, 
   north of San Francisco
1848 1st shipload of Chinese arrive in San Francisco
1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ends Mexican War; 
  US acquires Texas, California, New Mexico & Arizona 
  for $15 million
1863 Samuel Clemens becomes Mark Twain for 1st time
1869 James Oliver invents the removable tempered steel plow blade
1880 SS Strathleven arrives in London with 1st Australian 
  frozen mutton
1882 Knights of Columbus forms in New Haven CT
1892 Longest boxing match under modern rules; 77 rounds in 
  Nameoki, Illinois between Harry Sharpe & Frank Crosby
1892 Bottle cap with cork seal patented by William Painter (Baltimore)
1893 1st movie close-up (of a sneeze), Edison studio, West Orange NJ
1920 France occupies (German) Memel territory
1923 Ethyl (grain) gasoline 1st marketed, Dayton OH
1925 Dogsleds reach Nome with emergency diphtheria serum 
  after 1000-km run (Iditiarod route)
1931 1st use of a rocket to deliver mail (Austria)
1932 Geneva disarmament conference begins with 60 countries
1932 Al Capone sent to prison (Atlanta GA)
1933 2 days after becoming chancellor, Adolf Hitler dissolves Parliament
1933 Göring bans communist meetings/demonstrations in Germany
1935 Lie detector 1st used in court (Portage WI)
1942 Los Angeles Times urges security measures against Japanese-Americans
1942 US auto factories switch from commercial to war production
1943 Battle of Stalingrad ends with final surrender of the German army, 
   turning point of WWII
1957 Liz Taylor's 3rd marriage (Mike Todd)
1957 UN adopts a resolution calling for Israeli troops to leave Egypt
1971 Idi Amin ousts Milton Obote to become dictator of Uganda
1977 Radio Shack officially begins creating the TRS-80 computer
1977 Burn up of Salyut 4 Space Station (USSR)
1993 Frito Lay pays court ordered $2,500,000 to Tom Waits for using his song, "Step Right Up"
1998 Philippine DC-9 crashes apparently killing all 104 on board 
2013  smiled


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