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Thanks to Martin for this story: A Kentucky couple, both bonified rednecks, had 9 children. They went to the doctor to see about getting the husband "fixed". The doctor gladly started the required procedure and asked them what finally made them make the decision -- why after nine children, would they choose to do this. The husband replied that they had read in a recent article that one out of every ten children being born in North America was Mexican, and they didn't want to take a chance on having a Mexican baby because neither of them could speak Spanish
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While working as an airline customer-service agent, I got a call from a woman who wanted to know if she could take her dog on board. I told her the dog was welcome, as long as she paid a $50 charge and provided her own kennel. I further explained that the kennel needed to be large enough for the dog to stand up, sit down, turn around and roll over. "I'll never be able to teach him all that by tomorrow!" she said, and hung up.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Philip John Garcia, 41, Perris, CA Jailed for crawling naked through dog door and asking for sex Reported by Sailor A Perris bonehead is behind bars after authorities say he crawled naked through a dog door into a neighbor’s house and demanded sex with the woman who lives there. Philip John Garcia, 41, has pleaded not guilty to burglary, indecent exposure and being a felon in possession of a firearm. His bail is set at $130,000 because he has a prior conviction for robbery, Riverside County court records show. According to sheriff’s officials, the woman’s husband had left for work and she was getting ready for bed about 9:30 p.m. at her home near A Street and Alpine Drive when she heard a knock on her bedroom door. The woman, who had her three large dogs with her, opened the door to find a man she recognized as her neighbor standing there completely naked. Garcia, who might have been intoxicated, basically announced that he was there to have sex with her, said Sgt. Glenn Williams. The woman, whom Williams described as middle-aged, yelled at Garcia to get out and told him she was calling the police, he said. Garcia left but deputies later found him at his home. Peering through his window, they saw him lying on his bed, still naked, Williams said. They ordered him to put on some clothes and come out of the house. He complied. Deputies found a .22 caliber rifle under the bed, Williams said. He had been convicted for robbery and as a convicted felon is not allowed to have a firearm. Tech Support Pits From: Kitty Re: Red X DearWebby Hi there. what do i do to be able to get red of the red x on some of my friends backgrounds she sends me? i sent the page to you so you know what i'm talking about. Kitty Dear Kitty There is absolutely nothing you can do when a sender klutzed up half of her mail. It's not your fault and not your machine. The pictures, that were embedded properly, show up fine, even after you forwarded the mail to me. It seems to be a mixture of a forwarding plus stationery and cutesy footer. The forwarded part is OK and those pictures show fine, but her stationery and her footer don't work. Most likely she moved the location of the pictures she uses for a background and in the footer. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A man is laying on the operating table, about to be operated on by his son Morris, the surgeon. The father says, "Son, think of it this way ... If anything happens to me, your mother is coming to live with you."
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An old man witnesses a burglary and appears in court. The defense lawyer asks him, "Did you see my client commit this burglary?" "Yes," the man says. "I saw him plainly take the goods." The lawyer adds, "This happened at night. Are you sure you saw my client commit this crime?" "Yes, I saw him do it," the man says. The lawyer says, "You are 80 years old and your eyesight probably is bad. Just how far can you see at night?" The man says, "I can see the moon. How far is that?"
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Today, April 20, in
1139 - The Second Lateran Council opened in Rome.
1534 - Jacques Cartier, a French explorer, set sail from 
St. Malo to explore the North American coastline.
1657 - English Admiral Robert Blake fought his last battle 
 when he destroyed the Spanish fleet in Santa Cruz Bay.
1769 - Ottawa Chief Pontiac was murdered by an Illinois 
 Indian in Cahokia.
1775 - American troops began the siege of British-held Boston.
1792 - France declared war on Austria, Prussia, and Sardinia. 
 It was the start of the French Revolutionary wars.
1809 - Napoleon defeated Austria at Battle of Abensberg, Bavaria.
1832 - Hot Springs National Park was established by an act 
of the U.S. Congress. It was the first national park in the U.S.
1861 - Robert E. Lee resigned from U.S. Army.
1865 - Safety matches were first advertised.
1879 - First mobile home (horse drawn) was used in a 
 journey from London to Cyprus.
1902 - Scientists Marie and Pierre Curie isolated the 
 radioactive element radium.
1916 - Sir Roger Casement landed in Ireland to incite rebellion 
 against the British. Casement, a British diplomat, was 
 captured within hours and was hanged for high treason on 
 August 3.
1919 - The Polish Army captured Vilno, Lithuania from the Soviets.
1940 - The First electron microscope was demonstrated by RCA.
1945 - Soviet troops began their attack on Berlin.
1945 - During World War II, Allied forces took control of the 
 German cities of Nuremberg and Stuttgart.
1951 - General MacArthur addressed the joint session of Congress 
 after being relieved by U.S. President Truman.
1953 - Operation Little Switch began in Korea. It was the 
 exchange of sick and wounded prisoners of war. Thirty 
 Americans were freed.
1953 - The Boston marathon was won by Keizo Yamada with a 
 record time of 2:18:51.
1961 - FM stereo broadcasting was approved by the FCC.
1962 - The New Orleans Citizens' Council offered a free 
 one-way ride for blacks to move to northern states.
1967 - U.S. planes bombed Haiphong for first time during 
 the Vietnam War.
1971 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the use of busing to 
 achieve racial desegregation in schools.
1972 - The manned lunar module from Apollo 16 landed 
 on the moon.
1981 - A spokesman for the U.S. Navy announced that the U.S. 
 was accepting full responsibility for the sinking of the 
 Nissho Maru on April 9.
1984 - Britain announced that its administration of Hong Kong 
 would cease in 1997.
1985 - In Madrid, Santiago Carillo was purged from the 
 Communist Party. Carillo was a founder of Eurocommunism.
1987 - In Argentina, President Raul Alfonsin quelled a 
 military revolt.
1988 - The U.S. Air Forces' Stealth (B-2 bomber) was 
 officially unveiled.
1989 - Scientist announced the successful testing of 
 high-definition TV.
1991 - Mikhail Gorbachev became the first Soviet head 
 of state to visit South Korea.
1998 - Kenyan runner Moses Tanui, 32, won the Boston 
 Marathon for the second time. He also registered the 
 third fastest time with 2 hours 7 minutes and 34 seconds.
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