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Today is Saturday, January 4.

More goofy town names from James:
Study Butte, TX
Titcum Beach, OR
Oral, SD
Lesbos Island, Greece
Wet Beaver Creek, AZ
Assawoman Bay, DE
Blowtown, PA 
Bumpass, VA


Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Florida hooker, who texted her offer to a cop Details at International Bonehead Awards
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Nothing is stronger than habit. --- Ovid There is no nonsense so gross that society will not, at some time, make a doctrine of it and defend it with every weapon of communal stupidity. --- Robertson Davies Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy." --- Albert Einstein
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>From Erin I was having trouble with the idea of turning 30 and was oversensitive to any signs of advancing age. When I found a prominent gray hair in my bangs, I pointed to my forehead. "Have you seen this?" I indignantly asked my husband. "What?" he asked. "The wrinkles?" He was exiled to the old couch in the garage.
Proper attire is required in the cafeteria at the University of Maine. To enforce that rule, the management posted this notice: "Shoes are required to eat in this cafeteria." Next to it, a student added, "Socks can eat wherever they want."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Schquita Alaysha Warren, Pensacola Florida hooker arrested after texting offer to cop From NYDailyNews A Pensacola woman was arrested on prostitution charges after she accidentally solicited an Escambia County Sheriff’s investigator by cellphone, the Sheriff’s Office said. The investigator reportedly received a text from an unknown individual on his county-issued phone asking if he wanted to “have fun,” the release said. An investigation revealed the texts were from Schquita Alaysha Warren, 27, who reportedly believed that the number belonged to an acquaintance named “Sam,” the release said. Posing as Sam, the investigator arranged to meet with Warren at a local motel for paid sex, according to the report. At the motel, Warren was arrested and charged with prostitution. Tech Support Pits From: Dianne Re: AutoSave Dear Webby, In XP and W7 you can set programs to save automatically every five seconds. Dianne Dear Dianne Itis the saving during a power failure, that corrupts and trashes hard drives. Windows opens the File Allocation table to mark down the locations of the saved file. Since an edited file is usualy in many fragments all over, that is not a negigible or instant task. If the power goes out while the file allocation table is open, then most likely your hard drive is cooked. Dead. Please refrain from frantically saving while the power fizzles. I once lost a perfectly good hard drive that way. Have FUN! DearWebby
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The 104-year-old building that had served as the priory and primary student residence of the small Catholic university where I work was about to be demolished. As the wrecker's ball began to strike, I sensed the anxiety and sadness ex- perienced by one of the older monks whose order had founded the college. "This must be difficult to watch, Father," I said. "The tradition associated with that building, the memories of all the students and monks who lived and worked there. I can't imagine how hard this must be for you." "It's worse than that," the monk replied. "I think I left my iPad in there."
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When I was visiting a friend who lived on the edge of a wilderness preserve, we drove along a rutted trail, and we saw a small creek ahead whose bridge was under water. "We have a serious beaver problem," our friend said. "They build dams that cause the creek to flood. Forest rangers take down the dams, and the beavers rebuild them." As we got closer, we could see a large scoreboard posted by the bridge. It read: BEAVERS 6 RANGERS 5
When I went to get my driver's license renewed, our local motor-vehicle bureau was packed. The line inched along for almost an hour until the man ahead of me finally got his license. He inspected his photo for a moment and commented to the clerk, "I was standing in line so long, I ended up looking pretty grouchy in this picture." The woman beside him peered over his shoulder, then reassured him, "It's okay. That's how you're going to look when the cops pull you over anyway."

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Today, January 4, in
1884 The socialist Fabian Society was founded in London.
1885 Dr. William Grant performed the first successful appendectomy.
1935 Bob Hope was heard for the first time on network radio
1936 The first pop music chart based on national sales was published 
 by "Billboard" magazine.
1944 The attack on Monte Cassino was launched by the British Fifth 
 Army in Italy.
1948 Britain granted independence to Burma.
1951 During the Korean conflict, North Korean and Communist Chinese 
 forces captured the city of Seoul.
1953 Tufted plastic carpeting was introduced by Barwick Mills.
1958 The Soviet satellite Sputknik I fell to the earth 
 from its orbit. The craft had been launched on 
 October 4, 1957.
1960 French author Albert Camus died in an automobile 
 accident at age 46.
1962 New York City introduced a train that operated without 
 conductors and motormen.
1965 The Fender Guitar Company was sold to CBS for 
 $13 million.
1974 U.S. President Nixon refused to hand over tape recordings 
 and documents subpoenaed by the Senate Watergate Committee.
1981 The Broadway show "Frankenstein" lost an estimated $2 M, 
 when it opened and closed on the same night.
1984 Wayne ‘The Great One’ Gretzky scored eight points 
 (four goals and four assists) for the second time in his 
 National Hockey League (NHL) career. Edmonton’s Oilers 
 defeated the Minnesota North Stars, 12-8. The game was 
 the highest-scoring NHL game to date.
1990 Deposed Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega was arraigned 
 in U.S. federal district court in Miami on drug-trafficking 
 charges.
1991 The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to condemn 
 Israel's treatment of the Palestinians in the occupied 
 territories.
1997 The Greek Cypriot government signed an agreement to 
 buy S-300 surface-to-air missiles from Russia.
1999 A drifting Nicaraguan fishing boat was found by the 
 Norwegian oil tanker Joelm. The fisherman had been lost at 
 sea for 35 days after the engine of their vessel quit.
1999 Former professional wrestler Jesse Ventura was sworn 
 in as Minnesota's 37th governor.
2006 Nancy Pelosi became Speaker of the U.S. House of 
 Representatives, the first woman to hold the position.
2010 In Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the Burj Dubai 
 (Dubai Tower) opened as the world's tallest tower at 
 2,625 feet. 
2013  smiled.


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