Humor: What is the difference between Open Office and Office Libre? 



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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to A snow shoveler, who beaned a snowplow driver Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 2008 Fidel Castro resigned the Cuban presidency. His brother Raul was named as his successor. Have FUN! DearWebby
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"If you're going to work here young man, " said the boss, "the number two thing you must learn is that we are very keen on cleanliness in this firm." "Did you wipe your feet on the mat as you came in?" "Oh, yes, sir." responded the young man. "And another thing the number one thing we are very keen on is truthfulness. There is no mat." said the boss.
A college student with a young child was pleased when her daughter became eligible to attend the day care center at the University. The director of the day care gave the mother a tour of the facilities. To assure herself of the center's high standards, the young mother asked about the curriculum. "Well," said the director, eyes twinkling, "today we are studying the children's favorite philosopher: Play-Doh."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Douglas, Haskell, 40, Lakeville, MA Jailed for beaning snowplow driver with a snow shovel A Massachusetts man was arrested Saturday night for allegedly clobbering a plow driver in the head with a shovel in a “snow rage” attack, according to police. Douglas Haskell, 40, was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon following a violent confrontation with a neighbor in Lakeville, a town about 40 miles south of Boston. Investigators allege that Haskell, seen in the above mug shot, became angered when the plow driver pushed snow onto his side of a narrow street. After exchanging words with the male driver, Haskell allegedly hit the victim in the head and shoulder with a shovel. The plow driver suffered a cut above his left eye, but declined transport to a hospital when interviewed by Lakeville Police Department officers. Haskell was arraigned today on the felony count and released on his own recognizance. He is next due in Wareham District Court on March 27. Tech Support Pits From: Elena Re: What is the difference between Open Office and Office Libre? Dear Webby, What is the difference between Open Office and Office Libre? Elena Dear Elena I don't really see any significant difference. The main reason for the two different versions of what is more or less just Open Office, seems to be just to encourage competition between the groups of programmers. They both work fine, and are good and suitable FREE alternatives to Microsoft Office. To get any work done you need one of the three. What is important is not which one you choose, but that you choose ONE, and get good and comfortable with it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Philosophy of Love... If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it will always be yours. If it doesn't come back, it was never yours to begin with. But... If it just sits in your living room, watches your TV, messes up your stuff, eats your food, uses your telephone, takes your money, and doesn't appear to realize that you a ctually set it free in the first place, then you either married it or gave birth to it!
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A husband asks his wife, "If I should die first would you marry again?" "I would be heart-broken, of course," was her reply, "but I think eventually I would remarry." "But you wouldn't bring him here to our house?" "Why not? I've worked and slaved to make this house a home. There is no reason to abandon it." "But you wouldn't sleep in our bed?" "Well, I wouldn't run out and buy a new bed right away." "Surely, you wouldn't let him use my golf clubs?" "Of course not! He's lefthanded!"
"Do you love me with all your heart and soul?" asked Becky. "Mmm hmm." replied Dave. "Do you think I'm the most beautiful girl in the world?" "Mmm hmm." "Do you think my lips are like rose petals?" "Mmm hmm." "Oh Dave," gushed Becky, "you say the most beautiful things!"

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Today in 
1846 The formal transfer of government between Texas and the 
 nited States took place. Texas had officially become a state 
 on December 29, 1845.
1856 The tintype camera was patented by Professor Hamilton 
 L. Smith.
1878 Thomas Alva Edison patented a music player (the phonograph).
1881 Kansas became the first state to prohibit all alcohol
1942 U.S. President Roosevelt signed an executive order 
 giving the military the authority to relocate and intern 
 Japanese-Americans.
1942 Approximately 150 Japanese warplanes attacked the 
 Australian city of Darwin.
1945 During World War II, about 30,000 U.S. Marines landed 
 on Iwo Jima.
1959 Cyprus was granted its independence
1963 The Soviet Union informed U.S. President Kennedy it would 
 withdraw "several thousand" of its troops from Cuba.
1981 The U.S. State Department called El Savador a 
 "textbook case" of a Communist plot.
1981 Ford Motor Company announced its loss of $1.5 billion.
1985 Mickey Mouse was welcomed to China as part of the 30th 
 anniversary of Disneyland. The touring mouse played 30 
 cities in 30 days.
1985 Cherry Coke was introduced by the Coca-Cola Company.
1986 The U.S. Senate approved a treaty outlawing genocide. 
 The pact had been submitted 37 years earlier for 
 ratification.
1986 The Soviet Union launched the Mir space station.
1997 Deng Xiaoping of China died at the age of 92. He was 
 the last of China's major revolutionaries.
2002 NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft began using its thermal 
 emission imaging system to map Mars.
2004 Former Enron Corp. chief executive Jeffrey Skilling was 
 charged with fraud, insider trading and other crimes in 
 connection with the energy trader's collapse. Skilling was 
 later convicted and sentenced to more than 24 years in 
 prison.
2008 Fidel Castro resigned the Cuban presidency. His brother 
 Raul was named as his successor.

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