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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a A New York woman, who was Jailed After Starving Baby Son To Death, Nearly Starving Daughter To Death Details at International Bonehead Awards Have FUN! DearWebby
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During a county-wide drive to round up all unlicensed dogs, a patrolman signaled a car to pull over to the curb. When the driver asked why he had been stopped, the officer pointed to the big dog sitting on the seat beside him. "Does your dog have a license?" he asked. "Oh, no," the man said, "He doesn't need one; I usually do the driving."
A man meets a guru in the road. The man asks the guru, "Which way is success?" The berobed, bearded sage speaks not, but points to a place off in the distance. The man, thrilled by the prospect of quick and easy success, rushes off in the appropriate direction. Suddenly, there comes a loud "SPLAT." Eventually, the man limps back, tattered and stunned, assuming he must have misinterpreted the message. He repeats his question to the guru, who again points silently in the same direction. The man obediently walks off once more. This time the splat is deafening, and when the man crawls back, he is bloody, broken, tattered, and irate. "I asked you which way is success," he screams at the guru. "I followed the direction you indicated. And all I got was splatted! No more of this pointing! Talk!" Only then does the guru speak, and what he says is this: "Success IS that way. Just a little PAST splat."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Louisa Givens, 21, Ronkonkoma, NY Jailed After Starving Baby Son To Death, Nearly Starved Daughter To Death Louisa Givens, a 21-year-old New York woman, has been indicted after she allegedly starved her 10-month-old son to death. According to Suffolk County prosecutors, Givens' indictment came after she was originally arrested on charges seven months ago. Police say Givens called 911 on May 19th to report that she found her son, Kayden Givens, unresponsive and not breathing. The boy was rushed to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Kayden's older sister, 2-year-old Ava Johnson, was also found to be suffering from malnutrition and dehydration. She was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital where she required nine days of treatment. An investigation into the death revealed that Givens had left the child unattended for at least 17 hours prior to her 911 call. An autopsy and months of toxicology tests revealed that the boy died from malnutrition and dehydration. Givens was booked into jail and charged with second-degree manslaughter, reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child. Givens remains held in lieu of a half-million dollar bond. Tech Support Pits From: David Re: Full Size Browser default Dear Webby, I've got a stupid question for you. It used to be, when I clicked on a link that opened a new page, it would come up as a full new page. Now when I click the link, I get a half page. I used to know how to change this but I haven't had to do it for so long that I've forgotten. A little help please. How do I change the size of a new page? David Dear David Viewing pages full size has gone out of fashion, because you don't see what might be opening behind it. Also, with the higher resolutions commonly used nowadays, you can comfortably have two pages open side by side if you squish them a bit. F11 toggles a window to full screen and back. To set full screen as the default, even though Microsoft has decided it is a dumb idea and refuses to tell you how to do it, follow this top secret rigmarole: Close all browser windows but one. Open a new window from a link on the remaining window. Close the old window (not the new one that just opened up). Adjust the window to be the size you want all the new windows to be (you cannot use the maximize button for this, you have to actually squish or stretch the size of the window to be what you want the windows to automatically open up as). Hold down the CTRL key while closing the window. From now on, all your new windows should open up to that size until perform a similar process telling IE that you want all new windows to be the new size. Most likely what occurred is that you manually sized a window to that size, closed it, and IE remembered that as your preferred window size. Have FUN! DearWebby
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John and Bob were two of the bitterest golf rivals at the club. Neither man trusted the others arithmetic. One day they were playing a heated match and watching each other like hawks. After holing out on the fourth green and marking his six on the scorecard, John asked Bob, "What'd you have?" Bob went through the motions of mentally counting up. "Six!" he said and then hastily corrected himself. "No--a five." Calmly John marked the scorecard, saying out loud "Eight!" "Eight?" Bob said, "I couldn't have had eight." John said, "Nope, you claimed six, then changed it to five. But actually you had seven." "Then why did you mark down eight?" asked Bob. John told him, "One stroke penalty, for improving your LIE."
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Working as a computer instructor for an adult-education program at a community college, I am keenly aware of the gap in computer knowledge between my younger and older students. My observations were confirmed the day a new student walked into our library area and glanced at the encyclopedia volumes stacked on a bookshelf. "What are all these books?" he asked. Somewhat surprised, I replied that they were encyclopedias. "Really?" he said. "Someone printed out the whole CD?"
An irritated father complained to his buddy. "When I was a kid, my parents sent me to my room without supper if I misbehaved. But my son has his own color TV, telephone, computer, every computer game and CD player in his room!" "So how do you handle it?" his friend asked. "I send him to MY room!"

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Today, January 8, in
1642 Astronomer Galileo Galilei died in Arcetri, Italy.
1675 The first corporation was charted in the United States. 
 The company was the New York Fishing Company.
1815 The Battle of New Orleans began. The War of 1812 had 
 officially ended on December 24, 1814, with the signing of 
 the Treaty of Ghent. The news of the signing had not reached 
 British troops in time to prevent their attack on New Orleans.
1838 Alfred Vail demonstrated a telegraph code he had devised 
 using dots and dashes as letters. The code was the predecessor 
 to Samuel Morse's code.
1856 Borax (hydrated sodium borate) was discovered by Dr. 
 John Veatch.
1877 Crazy Horse (Tashunca-uitco) and his warriors fought 
 their final battle against the U.S. Cavalry in Montana.
1886 The Severn Railway Tunnel, Britain's longest, was opened.
1889 The tabulating machine was patented by Dr. Herman Hollerith. 
 His firm, Tabulating Machine Company, later became 
 International Business Machines Corporation (IBM).
1900 U.S. President McKinley placed Alaska under military rule.
1908 A catastrophic train collision occurred in the smoke-filled 
 Park Avenue Tunnel in New York City. Seventeen were killed 
 and thirty-eight were injured. The accident caused a public 
 outcry and increased demand for electric trains.
1935 The spectrophotometer was patented by A.C. Hardy.
1964 U.S. President Lyndon Johnson declared a "War on Poverty."
1973 Secret peace talks between the United States and 
 North Vietnam resumed near Paris, France.
1973 The trial opened in Washington, of seven men accused 
 of bugging Democratic Party headquarters in the Watergate 
 apartment complex in Washington, DC.
1982 American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) settled the 
 Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit against it by 
 agreeing to divest itself of the 22 Bell System companies.
1982 The U.S. Justice Department withdrew an antitrust 
 suit against IBM.
1992 U.S. President George H.W. Bush collapsed during a 
 state dinner in Tokyo. White House officials said Bush was 
 suffering from stomach flu.
1998 Ramzi Yousef was sentenced to life in prison for his 
 role of mastermind behind the World Trade Center bombing 
 in New York.
1998 Scientists announced that they had discovered that 
 galaxies were accelerating and moving apart and at 
 faster speeds.
1999 The top two executives of Salt Lake City's Olympic 
 Organizing Committee resigned amid disclosures that 
 civic boosters had given cash to members of the 
 International Olympic Committee.
2009 In Egypt, archeologists entered a 4,300 year old 
 pyramid and discovered the mummy of Queen Sesheshet. 
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