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No one goes there nowadays, it's too crowded. --- Yogi Berra (1925 - ) Some people make headlines while others make history. --- Philip Elmer-DeWitt Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, and small people talk about wine. --- Fran Lebowitz If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. --- Socratex
Showing his friend around his home, Fred started to point out all of the collectibles he and his wife had acquired over their long years of marriage. "The day before I die, I'd like to sell every piece we've got just to see how much it's all worth." "But you couldn't possibly know the day before you were going to die, so how could you sell it." "Simple. When I sell it, my wife will kill me!"
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>From Arndt in Floriduh Seen in the parking lot of a brand new department store, painted on the ground at a crosswalk in letters 4 feet tall: YELD Close, but not close enough. The next week I drove through the same parking lot and found it was changed. They had painted an I between the existing letters. Now it read YEILD. About two months later they had again tried to fix it. The old lettering was painted over with black and freshly painted on top of that was the word SOTP.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Joseph Rucker McFall, 30, Cobb County, GA Jailed After Beating His Infant Child Blind And Brain Damaged Reported by The Weekly Vice Joseph Rucker McFall, a 30-year-old Georgia bonehead, has been indicted after he allegedly beat his 8-week-old child so severely, the child was left blind and brain damaged. According to police, McFall brutally beat his infant child between August and October of last year. He was taken into custody in October when the child's injuries came to light. Prosecutors say the infant suffered multiple broken bones, subdural hemorrhaging and damaged or detached retinas as a result. McFall was booked into the Cobb County Jail and charged with two counts of aggravated battery and two counts of first-degree child cruelty. He remains held in lieu of $15,000 bond. Tech Support Pits From: Annette Re: Missing child email Dear Webby, I got an email about a missing 14 yr. old. her name is Ashley Flores, is this true or another scam eamil someone is sending around? Thanks, Annette. Dear Annette It's just a hoax sent out in order to collect the addreses of the most gullible people on the net. Don't even bother to send back a correction, just trash it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Sharpen Your Vegetable Peeler Vegetable peelers go dull rather fast. I spent many, many years just tossing them out and buying new ones. I wish I learned this trick when I first moved out on my own: Just take the back of a paring knife and run it back and forth against the blades. Flip the peeler over and do the same. I bought a paring knife at the 99 cent store just for this purpose. You can do this on any kitchen equipment that has a blade. Try it, you'll be peeling faster in no time! By attosa from Los Angeles, CA If you have a honing steel, that works even better. If you don't, that's the metal stick you see butchers and chefs use with dizzying speed on their GOOD knifes. It is sometimes called "The Steel", because in the old days the knives were made from fairly cheap and easy to sharpen mild or high carbon iron. The steel honing rod was made from a very high grade steel similar to what was used for metal cutting files. The function of The Steel however, is not cutting or filing or removing metal, but to do some microscopic plowing and forging, and quickly restore a perfect cutting edge, without throwing away good metal. "The Steel" has been used on swords on the cruisades, where highly skilled, -and slow-, filers and grinders were hard to come by during battle. Todays honing "steels" are often available in ceramic or diamond dust coated metal. Real chefs and butchers sneer at those, like they do on the thick serrated blades. Professionals prefer old-fashioned ridged steel, and thin, easy to sharpen blades. A good example are the Ginsu knifes. If you see them at a yard sale, get them! With a steel you can get them back to razor sharp, like they were when new, with 5 - 10 strokes. They were made from a soft alloy, that makes them really easy to tune up with a hard steel. The same with big kitchen knives. Go for the thinnest blade, unless you need it for fighting. Kitchen knifes should be thin and a bit flexible, and except for the bread slicing knife, should NOT be serrated. Have FUN! DearWebby Check out ThriftyFun's Blog at http://www.myfrugallife.com
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After the revival had concluded, the three pastors were discussing the results with one another. The Methodist minister said, "The revival worked out great for us! We gained four new families." The Baptist preacher said, "We did better than that! We gained six new families." The Presbyterian pastor said, "Well, we did even better than that! We got rid of our 10 biggest trouble makers!"
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A woman was trying hard to get the ketchup to come out of the bottle. During her struggle the phone rang so she asked her four-year old daughter to answer the phone. "It's the minister, Mommy," the child said to her mother. Then she added, "Mommy can't come to the phone to talk to you right now. She's busy hitting the bottle."

Today, April 10, in
1741 Frederick II of Prussia defeated Maria Theresa's forces 
  at Mollwitz and conquered Silesia.
1790 The U.S. patent system was established.
1809 Austria declared war on France and its forces entered Bavaria.
1814 Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of Toulouse by the 
  British and the Spanish. The defeat led to his abdication 
  and exile to Elba.
1849 Walter Hunt patented the safety pin. He sold the 
  rights for $100.
1854 The constitution of the Orange Free State in South Africa 
  was proclaimed.
1862 Union forces began the bombardment of Fort Pulaski in 
  Georgia along the Tybee River.
1902 South African Boers accepted British terms of surrender.
1912 The Titanic set sail from Southampton, England.
1919 In Mexico, revolutionary leader Emiliano Zapata was 
  killed by government troops.
1930 The first synthetic rubber was produced.
1932 Paul von Hindenburg was elected president of Germany 
  with 19 million votes. Adolf Hitler came in second with 
 13 million votes.
1938 Germany annexed Austria after Austrians had voted 
  in a referundum to merge with Germany.
1941 In World War II, U.S. troops occupied Greenland to 
  prevent Nazi infiltration.
1941 Ford Motor Co. became the last major automaker to 
  recognize the United Auto Workers as the representative 
  for its workers.
1944 Russian troops recaptured Odessa from the Germans.
1945 German Me 262 jet fighters shot down ten U.S. bombers 
  near Berlin.
1953 Warner Bros. released "House of Wax." It was the first 
  3-D movie to be released by a major Hollywood studio.
1959 Japan's Crown Prince Akihito married commoner 
  Michiko Shoda.
1963 129 people died when the nuclear-powered submarine 
  USS Thresher failed to surface off Cape Cod, MA.
1972 An earthquake in southern Iran killed more than 5,000
1973 In Switzerland, 108 people died when a plane crashed 
  while attempting to land at Basel.
1980 Spain and Britain agreed to reopen the border between 
  Gibraltar and Spain. It had been closed since 1969.
1981 Imprisoned IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected 
  to the British Parliament.
1984 The U.S. Senate condemned the CIA mining of 
  Nicaraguan harbors.
1990 Three European hostages kidnapped at sea in 1987 by 
  Palestinian extremists were released in Beirut.
1992 A bomb exploded in London's financial district. The bomb, 
  set off by the Irish Republican Army, killed three people 
  and injured 91.
1993 South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani was 
1994 NATO warplanes launched air strikes for the first time 
  on Serb forces that were advancing on the Bosnian Muslim 
  town of Gordazde. The area had been declared a U.N. 
  safe area.
1996 U.S. President Clinton vetoed a bill that would have 
  outlawed a technique used to end pregnancies in their 
  late stages.
1998 Negotiators reached a peace accord on governing British 
  ruled Northern Ireland. Britain's direct rule was ended.
1999 The www.June4.org web site was launched by Chinese 
  dissidents and human rights activists to promote their 
  campaign for democracy in China.
2001 The Netherlands legalized mercy killings and assisted 
  suicide for patients  with unbearable, terminal illness.
2009 In Fiji, President Josefa Iloilo suspended the nation's 
  Constitution, dismissed all judges and constitutional 
  appointees and assumed all governance in the country.
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