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Today is Thursday, December 19.


Home4Christmas.com is for sale. The sale of this domain name includes a quarter year hosting, and a basic site design. You have to gather the pictures yourself, though, and put some text together. The text can be in email or word processor or text file, or HTML, if you are already familiar with it. Once you have your own site, you can, of course edit and expand at any time. I will just make a headstart desgn for you, if you want that. If you want to make money with this during THIS Christmas, then you better hurry!
Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a drunk who was jailed for slugging his mother, because he was too stupid to understand why there was no ornament with his name. Details at International Bonehead Awards
No UFO tonight. Somehow, they don't seem to like blizzards, or maybe their lights are just not made to shine through an earthly blizzard. If the lights I saw were just the moon reflecting off two big windows or shiny sections, then of course I can't expect them to get through the blizzard any more than the moon does. We'll see tomorrow. I sure could have used their help getting my wheelie-bin out of a three foot high snow drift and through a few two- footers down to the street. No such luck. So I went and asked Curt, the local Rambo for help. No problem! More town names from James: Ramsbottom, England Dickshooter, Idaho Assless, Scotland Cockgag, Ohio Bird In Hand, Pennsylvania French lick, Indiana Hornytown, North Carolina Have FUN! DearWebby
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Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone; it has to be made, like bread, remade all the time, made new. --- Ursula K. LeGuin Let thy speech be short, comprehending much in a few words. --- Aprocrypha
Minister at a funeral service, "Friends, let us say goodbye to our beloved, departed friend. Let us remember that here lies only the shell-- the nut has gone!"
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>From Red The stoplight on the corner buzzes when it is safe to cross the street. I was crossing with an intellectually challenged co-worker of mine, when she asked if I knew what the buzzer was for. I explained that it signals to blind people when the light is red. She responded, "Amazing! In a blizzard like this, nobody sees much more than the blind people, so that buzzer gives blind drivers a cool advantage!" I don't want to be out there if and when she is driving!
Thanks to Terry for this picture of her favorite Squirrel: Ferby5 Click on the picture for the large version Sandie's Rainbow
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Andrew Sosa, Jailed For Leaving 4-Month-Old Daughter In Car While He Enjoyed Strip Club Bad dad of the year nominee Andrew Sosa left his 4-month-old daughter in the car, covered in vomit and dehydrated, while he went to a Florida strip club, police say. Sosa, 21, was arrested and charged with child neglect late Friday when a witness in Fort Myers saw the baby inside a locked car at Lookers strip club, according to the News- Press. The witness flagged down an officer, who was forced to smash a window to get the baby out when he couldn't find a caretaker nearby. The baby was reportedly sweating and sick. She was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for dehydration, NBC-2 in Fort Myers reports. Meanwhile, Sosa was allegedly at Lookers. Police say he left the victim in the car for more than three hours, but the baby's uncle refutes the claim. Sosa appeared in court Saturday, and his bond was set at $100,000, according to the New York Daily News. Tech Support Pits From: Helen Re: Internet Radio Dear Webby Thank you so much for your newsletter. I have misplaced the link to the online radio you spoke about. Will you please let me know where it is located? Thanks again Helen Dear Helen I use Accuradio http://accuradio.com They have countless channels and you can further customize your channels by banning artists, that you don't like. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Christmas Tree Tips If you buy a natural tree, check the ends of the needles. Rub some of the sprigs between your fingers. If needles fall off, the tree is already dry. If not, it's a good one. Cut 1 inch or so off the bottom before you put it into the stand, this will allow it to soak up more water and it will last longer. Keep the water level in your tree stand deep enough to cover the cut base of the trunk, so it can continue to absorb water. If the cut end of the base dries out, the tree will dry out very quickly, too. Try to keep the water level steady. In the first week, a tree in your home will draw up as much as a quart of water per day. Aspirin, sugar, or commercial mixes added to the water do not appear to really help your tree last much longer. Just keep it watered. Jane Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
When I worked for the security department of a large retail store, my duties included responding to fire and burglar alarms. A side door of the building was wired with a security alarm, because it was not supposed to be used by customers. Nevertheless they found the convenience of the exit tempting. Even a sign with large red letters, warning "Alarm will sound if opened," failed to deter people from using it. One day, after attending to a number of shrieking alarms, I placed a small handmade sign on the door that totally eliminated the problem: "Wet paint."
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>From Alex Tiring of the same old buzz cut from the base barber at Fort Dix, New Jersey, I went into town to get my haircut. The hairdresser noticed my accent and asked where I was from. "Trinidad," I said. "Is that in Arabia?" "The Caribbean." She laughed, "Sorry, I never was very good at geometry."
Even Mother Superior knew good milk when she drank it. The 98-year-old Mother Superior from Ireland was dying. The nuns gathered around her bed trying to make her last journey comfortable. They gave her some warm milk to drink but she refused. Then one of the nuns took the glass back to the kitchen. Remembering a bottle of Irish whiskey received as a gift the previous Christmas, she opened and poured a generous amount into the warm milk. Back at Mother Superior's bed, she held the glass to her lips. Mother Superior drank a little, then a little more and before they knew it, she had drunk the whole glass down to the last drop. "Mother," the nuns asked with humility, "please give us some wisdom before you die." She raised herself up in bed and with a pious look on her face said, "Don't sell that cow."

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Today, December 19, in
1154 Henry II became King of England.
1562 The Battle of Dreux was fought between the Huguenots 
 and the Catholics, beginning the French Wars of Religion.
1732 Benjamin Franklin began publishing "Poor Richard's Almanac."
1776 Thomas Paine published his first "American Crisis" essay.
1777 General George Washington led his army of about 11,000 
 men to Valley Forge, PA, to camp for the winter.
1842 Hawaii's independence was recognized by the U.S.
1843 Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" was first 
 published in England.
1871 Corrugated paper was patented by Albert L. Jones.

1887 Jake Kilrain and Jim Smith fought in a bare knuckles 
 fight which lasted 106 rounds and 2 hours and 30 minutes. 
 The fight was ruled a draw and was halted due to darkness.
1903 The Williamsburg Bridge opened in New York City. It 
 opened as the largest suspension bridge on Earth and remained 
 the largest until 1924. It was also the first major 
 suspension bridge to use steel towers to support the main 
 cable.
1907 A coalmine explosion in Jacobs Creek, PA, killed 239 
 workers.
1957 Air service between London and Moscow was inaugurated.
1972 Apollo 17 splashed down in the Pacific, ending the 
 Apollo program of manned lunar landings.
1984 Britain and China signed an accord returning Hong Kong 
 to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, 1997.
1986 The Soviet Union announced it had freed dissident Andrei 
 Sakharov from internal exile, and pardoned his wife, 
 Yelena Bonner.
1989 U.S. troops invaded Panama to overthrow the regime of 
 General Noriega.
1996 The school board of Oakland, CA, voted to recognize 
 Black English, also known as "ebonics." The board later 
 reversed its stance.
1997 "Titanic" opened in American movie theaters.
1998 U.S. President Bill Clinton was impeached on two 
 charges of perjury and obstruction of justice by the 
 U.S. House of Representatives.
1998 A four-day bombing of Iraq by British and American 
 forces ended.
2000 The U.N. Security Council voted to impose sanctions on 
 Afghanistan's Taliban rulers unless they closed all terrorist 
 training camps and surrender U.S. embassy bombing suspect 
 Osama bin Laden.
2003 Images for the new design for the Freedom Tower at the 
 World Trade Center site were released. The building slopes 
 into a spire that reaches 1,776 feet.
2008 U.S. President George W. Bush signed a $17.4 billion 
 rescue package of loans for ailing auto makers 
 General Motors and Chrysler. 
2013  smiled.


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