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Good Morning,  !
Today is Thursday, January 30.
We got a couple inches of new snow.
There was some ice hidden underneath and on tonight's walk
I bombed the sidewalk in a few places. No real damage done,
but it took the fun out of the walk.
I am going to try the Yak-tracks that a friend gave me.


Today's International Bonehead Award goes to British Escort, who got taxpayer funded 32-A to 36-DD implants, now wants reduction surgery Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 2002 Japan's last coal mine was closed. The closures were due to too high wages and cheap imports. Have FUN! DearWebby
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An elderly gentleman checked into a New York hotel. The clerk mentioned the phone service the establishment made available for calling guests who wished to rise at an early hour. "No need for that, young man," snapped the old timer. "I always wake up at five A.M. sharp - without an alarm clock." "Very good, sir," the clerk replied, then asked, "Would you mind calling me at six?"
Two friends meet in the street. The one man looked rather forlorn and down in the mouth. The other man asked, "Hey, how come you look like the whole world caved in?" The sad fellow said, "Let me tell you. Three weeks ago, an uncle died and left me ten thousand dollars." "I'm sorry to hear about the death, but a bit of good luck for you, eh?" "Hold on, I'm just getting started. Two weeks ago, a cousin I never knew kicked the bucket and left me twenty thousand, free and clear." "Well, you can't be disappointed with that!" "Yep. But, last week my grandfather passed away. I inherited almost one hundred thousand dollars." "Incredible... so how come you look so glum?" "Well, this week...nothing!"
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Josie Cunningham, 23, London, England Escort, who got taxpayer funded 32-A to 36-DD implants, now wants reduction surgery reported by the Huffington Post Josie Cunningham incurred some wrath when she revealed she’d had a £4,800 tax payer-funded breast enlargement. Despite proudly posing topless in The Sun to show off her 36DD breasts, shortly afterwards Cunningham announced her new chest was “ruining her life” and that she intended to sue the NHS for clinical negligence and emotional distress. (NHS is England's version of Obamacare) A skin cancer scare caused Cunningham to perform yet another U-turn and now the 23-year-old single mother of two has vowed to pay for her own reduction surgery, as well as reimburse the NHS for the original implants – by working as an escort. Cunningham, who had her surgery at St James’ Hospital in Leeds a year ago, tells Closer magazine: “Escorting is a fast way to make money and I’ve discovered it’s a great job. “The only hard part is not falling for the client because some are really attractive. I enjoy sex so it’s not like it’s a chore and the free dinners are great – it’s like being paid to date. “I charge £450 for dinner and £1,000 for the night, including sex. It’s much better than scraping by on minimum wages working in a shop!” The mother-of-two had hoped to re-launch herself as the “new Katie Price” after the surgery, which was approved after she told doctors her 32A chest was “ruining her life” (there's that phrase again!) But despite claims she had been “inundated” with further offers to pose, Cunningham’s glamour modelling dreams fell flat. She said: “I thought I’d give up when I made enough money for the reduction and to pay back the NHS, but I’ve been splashing out on gifts for my family instead. “I’ve saved £1,000 so far (in two years since the implant surgery) and I’m having my reduction in the next few months. It won’t take me long to raise the rest I need to reimburse the NHS. So far her threat of reduction surgery seems to be just a publicity stunt to get escort clients. Tech Support Pits From: Marj Re: Recommend a printer Dear Webby, please recommend printer, copier, fax that is economical but reliable . I value your opinion and appreciate you help. Marj Dear Marj I use a DELL 13020c color laser for printing for about 6 years now. For scanning I use a twelve year old Brother 4-function printer, that stopped printing about yen years ago, but still scans just fine. For faxing I use Windows. You can fax straight out of any word processor, spreadsheet or graphics program. You hit CTRL P, select FAX as the printer, and then POPP (Print Other People's Paper) Setting up Fax on your computer is easy. Just hit F1, type FAX, and let it guide you through it. DELL now has much cheaper printers than the old 1320c, but it is still available too. Just get a color laser that is in your price range. Inkjets are cheaper to purchase, but then you really get punished with the ink. If you get a 4 function Inkjet printer free with a magazine subscription, watch out! Good Luck! DearWebby
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The building contractor proudly pointed to the nearly completed residence. "Lady, this house may seem a little shaky right now, but you just wait until we put up the wallpaper."
An older Jewish gentleman was on the operating table awaiting surgery and he insisted that his son, a renowned surgeon, perform the operation. As he was about to get the anesthesia, he asked to speak to his son. "Yes Dad, what is it?" "Don't be nervous son, do your best and just remember, if it doesn't go well, if something happens to me, your mother is going to come and live with you and your wife!"

» Frozen in Time

Today, January 30, in
1649 England's King Charles I was beheaded.
1790 The first purpose-built lifeboat was launched on the 
 River Tyne.
1798 The first brawl in the U.S. House of Representatives 
 took place. Congressmen Matthew Lyon and Roger Griswold 
 fought on the House floor.
1847 The town of Yerba Buena was renamed San Francisco.
1862 The U.S. Navy's first ironclad warship, the 
 "Monitor", was launched.
1889 Rudolph, crown prince of Austria, and his 17-year-old 
 mistress, Baroness Marie Vetsera, were found shot in his 
 hunting lodge at Mayerling, near Vienna.
1894 C.B. King received a patent for the pneumatic hammer.
1900 The British fighting the Boers in South Africa ask 
 for a larger army.
1910 Work began on the first board-track automobile 
 speedway. The track was built in Playa del Ray, CA.
1911 The first airplane rescue at sea was made by the 
destroyer "Terry." Pilot James McCurdy was forced to land 
 in the ocean about 10 miles from Havana, Cuba.
1933 "The Lone Ranger" was heard on radio for the first 
 time. The program ran for 2,956 episodes and ended in 1955.
1933 Adolf Hitler was named the German Chancellor.
1948 Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi 
 was murdered by a Hindu extremist.
1958 The first two-way moving sidewalk was put in service 
 at Love Field in Dallas, TX. The length of the walkway 
 through the airport was 1,435 feet.
1964 The U.S. launched Ranger 6. The unmanned spacecraft 
 carried television cameras and was intentionally crash-landed
 on the moon. The cameras did not return any pictures to Earth.
1968 The Tet Offensive began as Communist forces launched 
 surprise attacks against South Vietnamese provincial capitals.
1972 In Northern Ireland, British soldiers shot and killed 
 thirteen Roman Catholic civil rights marchers. The day is 
 known as "Bloody Sunday."
1979 The civilian government of Iran announced it had decided 
 to allow Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to return. He had been 
 living in exile in France sending tape recordings to Iran,
 that were instrumental in getting the Shah kicked out.
1989 The U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan was closed.
1995 The U.N. Security Council authorized the deployment of a 
 6,000-member U.N. peace-keeping contingent to assume security 
 responsibilities in Haiti from U.S. forces.
1996 Gino Gallagher, the reputed leader of the Irish National 
 Liberation Army, was shot and killed as he queued for his 
 unemployment benefit.
1997 A New Jersey judge ruled that the unborn child of a 
 female prisoner must have legal representation. He denied 
 the prisoner bail reduction to enable her to leave the 
 jail and obtain an abortion.
2002 Japan's last coal mine was closed. The closures were 
 due to too high wages and cheap imports. 
2014  smiled.


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