How do you find lost shortcut icons? 



Good Morning,  !

Today is Sunday, May 19.
Thanks, Alfred!

Tomorrow we have a stat holiday in Canada. The Monday
closest to my birthday is celebrated with a day off for
cleaning and starting the BBQ after it was allowed to get
dusty and rusty all winter, an increase in gas prices to
coincide with the start of towing boats around, and frantic
shopping for larger size swimwear. Apparently that stuff
shrinks when not worn at least once a week.

It is also the official birthday of the Queen, but few people 
remember that she celebrates her birthday on the Monday 
closest to my birthday.

Have FUN!
DearWebby

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For a holiday, an Irishman decided to go to Switzerland to fulfill a lifelong dream and climb the Matterhorn. He hired a guide and just as they neared the top, the men were caught in a snow slide. Three hours later, a Saint Bernard ploughed through to them, a keg of brandy tied under his chin. "Hooray!" shouted the guide. "Here comes man's best friend!" "Aye," said the Irishman. "An' look at the size of the dog that's bringin' it!"
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A customer was continually bothering the waiter in a restaurant; first, he'd asked that the air conditioning be turned up because he was too hot, then he asked it be turned down because he was too cold, and so on for about half an hour. Surprisingly, the waiter was very patient, he nodded and walked back and forth and never once got angry. So finally, a second customer asked him why he didn't throw the pest out. "Oh I don't care," the waiter said with a smile. "We don't have an air conditioner anyway."
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Today, May 18, in
1536 Anne Boleyn, the second wife of England's King Henry VIII, 
was beheaded after she was convicted of adultery.
1568 After being defeated by the Protestants, Mary the Queen of Scots, 
 fled to England where she was imprisoned by Queen Elizabeth.
1588 The Spanish Armada set sail from Lisbon, bound for England.
1608 The Protestant states formed the Evangelical Union of 
 Lutherans and Calvinists.
1643 Delegates from four New England colonies met in Boston 
 to form a confederation.
1643 The French army defeated a Spanish army at Rocroi, France.
1796 The first U.S. game law was approved. The measure called 
 for penalties for hunting or destroying game within 
 Indian territory.
1847 The first English-style railroad coach was placed in 
 service on the Fall River Line in Massachusetts.
1857 The electric fire alarm system was patented by William 
 F. Channing and Moses G. Farmer.
1911 The first American criminal conviction that was based on 
 fingerprint evidence occurred in New York City.
1926 Thomas Edison spoke on the radio for the first time.
1926 Benito Mussolini announced that democracy was deceased. 
 Rome became a fascist state.
1926 In Damascus, Syria, French shells killed 600 people.
1935 T.E. Lawrence "Lawrence of Arabia" died from injuries in a 
 motorcycle crash in England.
1958 Canada and the U.S. formally established the North American 
 Air Defense Command.
1962 Marilyn Monroe performed a sultry rendition of "Happy Birthday" 
 for U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The event was a fund-raiser at 
 New York's Madison Square Garden.
1964 The U.S. State Department reported that diplomats had found 
 about 40 microphones planted in the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.
1967 The Soviet Union ratified a treaty with the United States and 
 Britain that banned nuclear weapons from outer space.
1967 U.S. planes bombed Hanoi for the first time.
1988 In Jacksonville, FL, Carlos Lehder Rivas was convicted of 
 smuggling more than three tons of cocaine into the United States. 
 Rivas was the co-founder of Colombia's Medellin drug cartel.
1992 In Massapequa, NY, Mary Jo Buttafuoco was shot and 
 seriously wounded by Amy Fisher. Fisher was her husband Joey's 
 teen-age lover.
1992 The 27th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution went into effect. 
 The amendment prohibits Congress from giving itself midterm 
 pay raises.
1998 In Russia, strikes broke out over unpaid wages.
1999 "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" was released in the 
 U.S. It set a new record for opening day sales at 28.5 million.
2003 It was announced that Worldcom Inc. would pay investors 
 $500 million to settle civil fraud charges over its 
 $11 billion accounting scandal.
2003 Hundreds of Albert Einstein's scientific papers, personal 
 letters and humanist essays were make available on the Internet. 
 Einstein had given the papers to the Hebrew Universtiy of 
 Jerusalem in his will.
2005 "Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith" brought in 
 50.0 million in its opening day.
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