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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to Floriduh teacher's Aide Jailed for Bottomless DUI Safari Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1991 U.S. President George H.W. Bush announced live on TV that "Kuwait is liberated." Have FUN! DearWebby
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>From Walter, the Stonecarver at http://stonecarver.com The current phone number for Obamacare (Obama's healthcare) now is 1-800-318-2596 which spells out 1-800-f1uckyo Not as naughty. Sorry about the misinformation yesterday!
He was on the bus where he normally gets his lunch stolen when he brought out a bottle that had what looked like small brown balls in it. He then, making sure no one was looking, secretly took from his pocket some milk duds and started popping them in his mouth, as obvious to the rest of the kids as possible, making yum yum noises. The bully, without asking, snatched the jar from Ken's hand and asked, "What's in the bottle that you are making such a big deal of?" "Well, they're smart pills." "Smart pills?" the bully asked, then opened the jar and popped a couple of the foreign brown balls in his mouth. "Pweeuuweppblahhh!!" he reacted. "What is this stuff? It tastes like rabbit turds!!" "Do you eat a lot of rabbit turds to be able to recognize them so quickly? Or are you getting smarter already?"
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Kristi Steuber, 41, Wesley Chapel, Floriduh Jailed for Bottomless DUI Safari Kristi Steuber, a 41-year-old teacher's aide at Paul R Smith Middle School, was jailed Saturday after she was allegedly caught driving drunk with no pants on. According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, Steuber was stopped early Saturday morning when a deputy clocked her traveling 69 miles-per-hour in a 55-mph zone. When the deputy approached the driver's window and smelled the odor of alcohol, Steuber was asked to step out of the vehicle to complete a field sobriety test. That's when the deputy realized that Steuber was completely nude from the waist down. Steuber, according to the arrest affidavit, didn't realize that she had no pants on. Deputies pointed out her lack of clothing four times before she finally understood what they were saying and put some pants on. Steuber's blood alcohol level was measured at 0.135 and 0.137 after failing a field sobriety test. She was booked into the Pasco County Jail and charged with DUI. Tech Support Pits From: Darla Re: XP fearmongering Dear Webby, I wrote to you back in January regarding the no support issue for XP after April 8th. I’ve been reading more info & getting more confused. I have a couple of question’s to ask you because I don’t want to have to buy a new computer right now. If I keep my old computer with XP & continue to use Internet Explorer & Outlook Express (Also use Kasperksy) will I be ok from Hacker's etc ? Or would I be any safer using Chrome as my default browser while still using Outlook Express ? A employee at a "store" that sells computers said I could keep XP and change to Chrome and still be able to use Outlook Express for my mail. Thank you so much for your time, Darla Dear Darla Your XP with Kasperski and IE and Outlook Express will continue to function as usual. Just because you are cute and sexy, that does not mean the hackers will stop trying to break into banks and government, and suddenly focus on you. Keep in mind that industry and commerce uses 55% Linux and 45% XP. The ones that use XP all have a Linux "Live CD' in a drawer and can switch to Linux in minutes. All the store POS (Point Of Sale) machines run fine on Linux, but nobody in their right mind would try to run them on W7. For W7 and W8 they would have to replace the machines. While that would delight Microsoft and their Asian computer manufacturing businesses, industry and commerce does not consider that a justifiable business expense, not when everything runs just fine on XP or Linux. Any hostile action by Microsoft against XP users will just drive Industry and Commerce to Linux. So, don't panic about the sales hype. Outlook Express is on Death Row. It would probably be a good idea to start getting used to an email program, that is viable. I still use Eudora, and have since 1993. The modern version of it, using the source code of it, is Thunderbird. I have never heard anything bad about it. You might want to look at Thunderbird and get familiar with it. The major difference between Eudora and Thunderbird is that Thunderbird has a Linux version. That way, if you some day have to replace your XP when it dies of old age, and you get fed up with W8 and switch to Linux, you are already comfortable with the email program. The same goes for browsers. FireFox is the same on Windows and Linux. Have FUN! DearWebby
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>From Casey When I was a child my family used to sometimes take our vacations, in British Columbia. In those days all Canadians appreciated their American neighbors. We had a favorite place to visit, mostly because of the fine fishing. It was at a Lake that was about 30 miles long and a 1/2 mile wide. While we were around our campfire in the evening the local Indians would go from camp to camp selling their wares. They would also tell of the Legends of the area. This one Legend always stuck in my mind. It seemed that on this particular Lake two Indian Tribes made their homes. They were, however, at War, with one another from years before. There was an Indian Maiden in one Camp who was in love with a young Brave in the other Camp. They used to stand, on the shore, each on their respective side of the Lake, and chant Indian love calls to each other...even though they were warned by their Chiefs that nothing could ever come of it. One day they just could not stand being apart any longer. That evening, on a cold Fall night, they each jumped into the Lake and swam towards each other in the Moonlight. When they reached each other in the center of the Lake, they embraced and eventually froze to death. This act so im- pressed the Brave's Tribe that they named the Lake after the young man. I will never forget those wonderful vacations that we spent at "Lake Stupid".
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Today in 
1700 The Pacific Island of New Britain was discovered.
1801 The city of Washington, DC, was placed under 
 congressional jurisdiction.
1827 New Orleans held its first Mardi Gras celebration.
1861 In Warsaw, Russian troops fired on a crowd protesting 
 Russian rule over Poland. Five protesting marchers were 
 killed in the incident.
1867 Dr. William G. Bonwill invented the dental mallet.
1883 Oscar Hammerstein patented the first cigar-rolling 
1896 The "Charlotte Observer" published a picture of an 
 X-ray photograph made by Dr. H.L. Smith. The photograph 
 showed a perfect picture of all the bones of a hand and 
 a bullet that Smith had placed between the third and 
 fourth fingers in the palm.
1900 In South Africa, the British received an unconditional 
 surrender from Boer Gen. Piet Cronje at Paardeberg.
1933 The Reichstag, Germany's parliament building in Berlin, 
 was set afire. The Nazis accused Communist for the fire.
1939 The U.S. Supreme Court outlawed sit-down strikes.
1949 Chaim Weizmann became the first Israeli president.
1951 The 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, 
 limiting U.S. Presidents to two terms.
1973 The American Indian Movement occupied Wouned Knee in 
 South Dakota.
1981 Chrysler Corporation was granted an additional $400 million 
 in federal loan guarantees. Chrysler had posted a loss of 
 $1.7 billion in 1980.
1986 The U.S. Senate approved the telecast of its debates 
 on a trial basis.
1990 The Exxon Corporation and Exxon Shipping were indicted 
 on five criminal counts in reference to the 1989 Exxon 
 Valdez oil spill.
1991 U.S. President George H.W. Bush announced live on TV
 that "Kuwait is liberated."
1997 In Ireland, divorce became legal.
1998 Britain's House of Lords agreed to give a monarch's 
 first-born daughter the same claim to the throne as any 
 first-born son. This was the end to 1,000 years of male 
2002 In Boston, twenty people working at Logan International 
 Airport were charged with lying to get their jobs or 
 security badges. 
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