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Cherish all your happy moments: they make a fine cushion for old age. --- Christopher Morley (1890 - 1957) In this life you sometimes have to choose Between pleasing God and pleasing man. In the long run it's better to please God. He's more apt to remember. --- Pat Dickerson Son, always tell the truth. Then you'll never have to remember what you said the last time. --- Sam Rayburn (1882 - 1961)
A couple was relating their vacation experiences to a friend. "It sounds as if you had a great time in Texas," the friend observed. "But didn't you tell me you were planning to visit Colorado?" "Well," the husband said, "we changed our plans because, uh..." His wife cut in, "Oh, tell the truth, Fred!" He fell silent and she continued, "You know, it's just ridiculous. Fred simply will not ask for directions." ----------- And Fred obviously does not use MapQuest !
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Eran Hess, 44, Tel Aviv, Israel Israeli jailed for fake bomb scare at airport Reported by Ann An Israeli tourist set off a massive security panic at Newark Airport and grounded a plane to Miami yesterday after his family was bumped from a flight and he angrily threatened to create a bomb scare, officials said. Eran Hess was charged with “creating a false public alarm” after he allegedly flew into a rage at a United Airlines counter and started a chain of events that put security on high alert and delayed travelers for hours. The trouble started at about 9 a.m. after Hess, 44, arrived from Tel Aviv with his wife and two kids and was told that his connecting flight to Florida was oversold and that they would be on the next plane, and that their luggage was checked through automatically and already on the plane. Apparently he screamed: “I’m going to go over there and tell the TSA I put a bomb in my bag and get my bag back.” After that, Hess and family disappeared into the crowd. Naturally, those words set off an automatic alarm. The plane, that the bages were on was stopped, emptied and searched, and all bags were sniffed. Hess was located a few gates away, trying to board a plane of a different airline. He was arrested and hauled away. He will probably be released after his return flight to Israel has left. ------------ It has happened to me many times, that my luggage arrived by a different plane. When asking at the lost luggage counter for my luggage, they ALWAYS asked:"Has your plane arrived yet?" "No, ya silly bimbo. I am still up in the air, I just sent my body on ahead. Can't you tell?" Then they finally looked it up in their messages, and told me that my luggage would be at carousel #whatever in a few minutes, or had arrived already at some other carousel#. Not a big deal, and since they always made me laugh with the same idiotic question, no matter which airport, I have always looked at it as a joke. Nothing to get upset about. Tech Support Pits From: Sharon Re: Record radio to CD Dear Webby I love the news & fun. It's usually the 1st mail I open in this box. Some of your tech questions & answers have been very helpful. Thanks so much. I have a question about listneing to radio online. I have a program I usually tape off my reg radio that comes on every day at the same hour. If for some reason I do not get it I can go the the site online & listend to it again. Is there a way to tape this broadcast onto a cd? If so how mucht time will usually fit on 1 cd.I am using cd-rw that say 700mb & 80 min. Does this mean i can get 1hr +20 min on 1 cd? I appreciate your help on this. Thanks again, Sharon Dear Sharon If you compress the audio to MP3 or MP4, you will get a lot more than 80 minute's worth onto CD, and probably a month's worth of that brodcast onto a DVD. Use a program like Audacity to record the broadcast, save it as MP3 or MP4, and when you got a bunch of those recordings ready, drag them to a CD or DVD. You can add your own comments at the begin or end of each day's recording, and also name each file descritively. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Keeping Track of Paint Can Opener I attach a can opener, to the end of a paintbrush, that is removable. This makes things so much more simple instead of searching for the opener every time. By lnygaard I got mine tied to the step ladder with a shoe lace. Even if I don't need the stepladder for the painting, it is easy enough to find. Have FUN! DearWebby Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at http://www.myfrugallife.com
If you are paying for your own hot water, this is for you! Solar Water Heat This is not some wacky scam, that claims to make all of your hot water all of the time, but a simple pre-heater, like I have been recommending since the 70's. When there is sunshine, you pre-heat the cold water with the sun, and use the electrical or gas heater to just top it off a bit to get the precise temperature, that you are used to. The bulk of the heating is done by the sun. I used that system even in the Yukon. It works. You don't need any fancy space age or hard to find components. For the glazing you can even use clear corrugated acrylic, plexi-glass, or old windiows. The glazing is never touched by the water, it just holds off the wind and acts like a flat mini-hot-house for the pipe and outer tank. Very fast payback for Solar Water Heat!

Anecdotes of a Washington DC area travel agent, who thinks she understands from these anecdotes why we are having problems in the US. I've been a Travel Agent for thirty Years. Following are examples of why our country is in trouble! 1. I had a New Hampshire Congresswoman ask for an aisle seat so that her hair wouldn't get messed up by being near the window. 2. I got a call from a candidate's staffer, who wanted to go to Cape Town, I started to explain the length of the flight and the passport information, then she interrupted me with, "I'm not trying to make you look stupid, but Cape town is in Massachusetts," Without trying to make her look stupid, I calmly explained, "Cape Cod is in Massachusetts, Cape town is in Africa," Her response - click. 3. A senior Vermont Congressman called, furious about a Florida package we did. I asked what was wrong with the vacation in Orlando. He said he was expecting an ocean-view room. I tried to explain that's not possible, since Orlando is in the middle of the state. He replied, "Don't lie to me, I looked on the map and Florida is a very thin state! 4. I got a call from a lawmaker's wife who asked, "Is it possible to see England from Canada?" I said, "No." She said, “But they look so close on the map." 5 An aide for a cabinet member once called and asked if he could rent a car in Dallas. When I pulled up the reservation, I noticed he had only a 1-hour layover in Dallas. When I asked him why he wanted to rent a car, he said, "I heard Dallas was a big airport, and we will need a car to drive between gates to save time." 6. An Illinois Congresswoman called last week. She needed to know how it was possible that her flight from Detroit left at 8:30 am and got to Chicago at 8:33 am. I explained that Michigan was an hour ahead of Illinois, but she couldn't understand the concept of time zones. Finally, I told her the plane went fast, she bought that. 7. A New York lawmaker called and asked, "Do airlines put your physical description on your bag so they know whose luggage belongs to whom?" I said, "No, why do you ask?" She replied, "Well, when I checked in with the airline, they put a tag on my luggage that said (FAT), and I’m overweight. I think that's very rude!" After putting her on hold for a minute while I ‘looked into it' (I was laughing) I came back and explained the city code for Fresno, CA is (FAT), and the airline was just putting a destination tag on her luggage. 8. A Senator's aide called to inquire about a trip package to Hawaii. After going over all the cost info, she asked, "Would it be cheaper to fly to California, and then take the train to Hawaii?" 9. I just got off the phone with a freshman Congressman who asked, "How do I know which plane to get on?" I asked him what exactly he meant, to which he replied, "I was told my flight number is 823, but none of these darn planes have numbers on them." 10. A lady Senator called and said, "I need to fly to Pepsi-Cola, Florida. Do I have to get on one of those little computer planes?" I asked if she meant fly to Pensacola, Fl. on a commuter plane. She said, "Yeah, whatever!" 11. A senior Senator called and had a question about the documents he needed in order to fly to China. After a lengthy discussion about passports, I reminded him that he needed a visa. "Oh, no I don't. I've been to China many times and never had to have one of those." I double checked and sure enough, his stay required a visa when I told him this he said, "Look, I've been to China four times and every time they have accepted my American Express!" 12. A New Mexico Congresswoman called to make reservations, “I want to go from Chicago to Rhino, New York." The agent was at a loss for words. Finally, the agent said, "Are you sure that's the name of the town?" Yes, what flights do you have?" replied the lady. After some searching, the agent came back with, "I'm sorry, ma’am, I've looked up every airport code in the country and can't find a Rhino anywhere." The lady retorted, "Oh, don't be silly! Everyone knows where it is. Check your map!" The agent scoured a map of the state of New York and finally offered, "You don't mean Buffalo, do you?" "That's it! I knew it was a big animal," she said. Now you know why Government is in the shape that it's in!
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A vacationer called a seaside hotel in England to ask its location. "It's only a stone's throw away from the beach," he was told. "But how will I recognize it?" asked the man. Back came the reply: "It's the one with all the broken windows."
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Today, March 20, in
0141 The 6th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet
1413 Henry V took the throne of England upon the death of 
  his father Henry IV.
1525 Paris' parliament began its pursuit of Protestants.
1616 Walter Raleigh was released from Tower of London 
  to seek gold in Guyana.
1627 France & Spain signed an accord for fighting 
  Protestantism.
1739 In India, Nadir Shah of Persia occupied Delhi and 
  took possession of the Peacock throne.
1760 The great fire of Boston destroyed 349 buildings.
1792 In Paris, the Legislative Assembly approved 
  the use of the guillotine.
1800 French army defeated the Turks at Helipolis, 
  Turkey, and advanced into Cairo.
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte entered Paris after his escape 
  from Elba and began his "Hundred Days" rule.
1852 Harriet Beecher Stowe’s book "Uncle Tom’s Cabin," 
  subtitled "Life Among the Lowly," was first published.
1868 Jesse James Gang robbed a bank in Russelville, KY, 
  of $14,000.
1885 John Matzeliger of Suriname patented shoe lacing machine.
1886 The first US AC power plant began commercial operation.
1891 The first computing scale company was incorporated 
  in Dayton, OH.
1896 U.S. Marines landed in Nicaragua to protect U.S. 
  citizens in the wake of a revolution.
1918 The Bolsheviks of the Soviet Union asked for 
  American aid to rebuild their army.
1922 U.S. President Warren G. Harding ordered U.S. 
  troops back from the Rhineland.
1922 The USS Langley was commissioned. It was the first 
  aircraft carrier for the U.S. Navy.
1932 The German dirigible, Graf Zepplin, made the first 
  flight to South America on regular schedule.
1933 The first German concentration camp was completed at Dachau.
1934 Rudolf Kuhnold gave a demonstration of radar in Kiel Germany.
1940 The British Royal Air Force conducted an all-night air 
  raid on the Nazi airbase at Sylt, Germany.
1943 The Allies attacked Field Marshall Erwin Rommel's forces 
  on the Mareth Line in North Africa.
1947 A blue whale weighing 180-metric tons was caught 
  in the South Atlantic.
1956 Mount Bezymianny on Kamchatka Peninsula (USSR) exploded.
1956 Tunisia gained independence from France.
1969 U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy called on the U.S. to 
  close all bases in Taiwan.
1976 Patricia Hearst was convicted of armed robbery for 
  her role in the hold up of a San Francisco Bank.
1981 Argentine ex-president Isabel Peron was sentenced 
  to eight years in a convent.
1984 The U.S. Senate rejected an amendment to permit 
  spoken prayer in public schools.
1985 Libby Riddles won the 1,135-mile Anchorage-to-Nome 
  dog race becoming the first woman to win the Iditarod.
1990 Imelda Marcos, widow of ex-Philippines dictator 
  Ferdinand Marcos, went on trial for racketeering, 
  embezzlement and bribery.
1991 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that employers 
  could not exclude women from jobs where exposure to 
  toxic chemicals could potentially damage a fetus.
1991 The U.S. forgave $2 billion in loans to Poland.
1995 About 35,000 Turkish troops crossed the northern border 
  of Iraq in pursuit of the separatist rebels of the 
  Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).
1995 In Tokyo, 12 people were killed and more than 5,500 
  others were sickened when packages containing the nerve 
  gas Sarin was released on five separate subway trains. 
  The terrorists belonged to a doomsday cult in Japan.
1998 India's new Hindu nationalist-led government pledges to 
  "exercise the option to induct nuclear weapons."
2002 Actress Pamela Anderson disclosed that she had hepatitis C.
2002 Arthur Andersen pled innocent to charges that it had 
  shredded documents and deleted computer files related to 
  the energy company Enron.
2003 U.S. and British forces invaded Iraq from Kuwait.
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