Is C++ safe? 



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A man goes into a drug store and asks the pharmacist if he can give him something for the hiccups. The pharmacist promptly reaches out and slaps the man's face. (Whack) "What did you do that for?" the man asks. "Well, you don't have the hiccups anymore, do you?" The man says, "No, but my wife out on the sidewalk still does. Watch out, though, she is a wrestling coach!"
In a physics lab, which involved light, electricity and magnetism, one requirement of the course was to read the week's experiment before coming to class. At one lab session the instructor wanted to see how many people had actually done so. "What are the two types of light?" he asked. The lab fell quiet until one wise guy raised his hand and said, "Uhhh, Miller and Coors?"
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A boy and his father were at the dining room table working on the boy's Social Studies homework. The boy turned to his father and asked, "Dad, how many people work in the U.S. government?" Without hesitation, the father replies, "Oh, probably less than a quarter of them."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to jason Tyrek Rogers, 20, in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Police Make Arrest in the Cold-Blooded, ‘Senseless’ Murder of 99-Year-Old Woman A 20-year-old man in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder and first-degree burglary in the “senseless killing” of a 99-year-old woman. Jason Tyrek Rogers was arrested on Friday at 11 p.m., two days after Police found Fannie Gumbinger, 99, dead in her home on Wednesday morning, according to Detective Lt. Edward Freer of the Poughkeepsie Police Department. Rogers is being held in Dutchess County Jail without bail or bond. Freer declined to provide a potential motive or even the exact cause of death, only saying that the elderly woman died of “multiple injuries.” Rogers is also a suspect in a number of recent burglaries in the area, police said. “Nobody should [live to be] 99 and die this way,” Police Chief Ron Knapp said during a Monday press conference. “It was a truly senseless killing.” Tech Support Pits From: Donny Re: Is C++ OK? Dear Webby, Noticed your advice in today's newsletter and thought I"d better ask. I have several files in my "Programs and Features" folder named 'Microsoft Visual C++" - from 2005 to 2010. I want to know if they are OK or should be uninstalled ?? I am running Windows 7. Thanks, Donny Dear Donny Yes, those are OK. What you got is for Windows. Her virus called for a utility library, that is not normally on a Windows machine. The Utility library would be quite OK, but when something calls for it on a Windows machine, then something is definitely wrong. You probably have the same libray on your machine, under a name, that is specific for a Windows machine. Have FUN! DearWebby
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>From Nan At the Boeing Museum of Flight in Seattle, there is a full size mockup of an F/A-18 fighter. A ramp allows visitors to climb into the cockpit and get a sense of what the pilot sees and feels. A guide at the top of the ramp points out the various controls and gauges in the cockpit and gives information about the aircraft's capabilities to each visitor who gets in. When my three-year-old grand-son sat down in the plane, he seemed fascinated by all he saw and heard. Then, he looked out at us and said, "Gramma, could I have a quarter?"

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1609 Delaware Bay was discovered by Henry Hudson.
1619 Ferdinand II was elected Holy Roman Emperor. His policy 
 of "One church, one king" was his way of trying to outlaw 
 Protestantism.
1774 The first American-born saint was born in New York City. 
 Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton was canonized in 1975.
1830 "The Tom Thumb" was demonstrated in Baltimore, MD. It 
 was the first passenger-carrying train of its kind to be 
 built in America.
1833 Slavery was banned by the British Parliament throughout 
 the British Empire.
1907 "American Messenger Company" was started by two teenagers, 
 Jim Casey and Claude Ryan. The company's name was later 
 changed to "United Parcel Service."
1916 Italy's declaration of war against Germany took effect 
 duringWorld War I.
1939 The first successful flight of a jet-propelled airplane 
 took place. The plane was a German Heinkel He 178.
1963 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his "I Have a Dream" 
 speech at a civil rights rally in Washington, DC. More than 
 200,000 people attended.
1972 Mark Spitz captured the first of his seven gold medals 
 at the Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany. He set a world 
 record when he completed the 200-meter butterfly in 
 2 minutes and 7/10ths of a second.
1990 Iraq declared Kuwait to be its 19th province and renamed 
 Kuwait City al-Kadhima.
1995 The biggest bank in the U.S. was created when Chase 
 Manhattan and Chemical Bank announced their $10 billion deal.
1996 A divorce decree was issued for Britain's Charles and 
 Princess Diana. This was the official end to the 15-year 
 marriage.
1998 The Pakistani prime minister created new Islamic order 
 and legal system based on the Koran.
2004 George Brunstad, at age 70, became the oldest person 
 to swim the English Channel. The swim from Dover, England, 
 to Sangatte, France, took 15 hours and 59 minutes. 
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