Putting subject line into an email link 



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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Notre Dame college student, who went on a booze and dope fuelled munchie rampage and break-in. Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1970 John Wayne won his first and only Oscar for his role in "True Grit." He had been in over 200 films. Have FUN! DearWebby
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Brian McCurren, South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame college student, who went on a booze and dope fuelled munchie rampage and break-in. A Notre Dame college student was arrested after breaking into a massage parlor, devouring a stockpile of Hot Pockets and nearly causing a serious fire. Brian McCurren, 19, was arrested Sunday morning after police say he used a flower pot to break into Therapeutic Indulgence, a massage parlor in South Bend, Ind. Parlor owner Sara Ros Frazier said McCurren crawled through the hole he made in a stained glass window. "Then he grabbed a hammer and pounded his way through a wall to get inside," Frazier told WNDU-TV. "It's just so senseless." McCurren allegedly broke lamps, mirrors, furniture and other spa equipment before spraying a fire extinguisher throughout the building. Things got messy in the kitchen. "He went through half a box of Hot Pockets," she told the station. "Macaroni and cheese was warming up in an antique style oven and then [he] passed out eating Drumsticks on a table where the police found him." The mac-and-cheese mac out set off the fire alarm, Frazier said. “The police actually pulled it out and threw it in the sink because it was so toasted, but he was sleeping through the fire alarm and everything. He could have burned the house down. Thankfully we had someone coming in here,” she told ABC57.com. Police say McCurren was visibly intoxicated upon being found and could not remember how he arrived at the location nor what he was doing there. McCurren was arrested for alleged burglary, vandalism and underage consumption. After being brought to the police station, he reportedly blew a .106 BAC, Fox28.com reports. He also allegedly admitted smoking synthetic marijuana to police, ABC57.com reports. He might be too young for drinking in Indiana, but an alcohol and break-in record is federal. Tech Support Pits From: Olga Re: Subject in email address link Dear Webby, Everybody starts with "You told us once, but I forgot where I saved that..." Add me to the choir. I need the trick for adding the subject line and a bit of the body into an email link, so that emails coming from that link have a consistent subject line, and can be easily filtered into a specific mailbox. AND to eliminate emails from bozos, who ferget to put anything into the subject line. Sounds simple enough, now how do I do that? Thanks Olga Dear Olga I am not going to use any < or > ("less than" or "greater than") signs here, because most likely your email program will see them as commands and act on them. You know where to add them. I will use { and } instead If you want to have a specific subject in the email, you can add it to the html code using ?subject=.... {a href="mailto:email@olgasdomain.com?subject=Report from Camp"}{/a} If you want to add part of the body, use &body= and your text {a href="mailto:email@olgasdomain.com?subject=Report from camp &Body= Contrary to what the National Enquirer wrote,.."}{/a} Once you put the "less than" or "greater than" signs in, it won't look so weird and will make perfect sense. During the stone age, before I got the MagicList in 1995 for sending the Humor letter, I used to handle subscriptions manually like that. It works quite well. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Today in 
1712 A slave revolt broke out in New York City.
1798 The territory of Mississippi was organized.
1864 The first camel race in America was held in 
 Sacramento, California.
1922 U.S. Secretary of Interior leased Teapot Dome 
 naval oil reserves in Wyoming.
1927 The first long-distance TV transmission was sent from 
 Washington, DC, to New York City.
1933 Prohibition ended in the United States.
1943 British and American armies linked up between Wadi Akarit 
 and El Guettar in North Africa to form a solid line against 
 the German army.
1945 The Japanese battleship Yamato, the world’s largest 
 battleship, was sunk during the battle for Okinawa. The fleet 
 was headed for a suicide mission.
1953 IBM unveiled the IBM 701 Electronic Data Processing Machine. 
 It was IBM's first commercially available scientific computer.
1957 The last of New York City's electric trolleys completed its 
 final run from Queens to Manhattan.
1963 Yugoslavia proclaimed itself a Socialist republic.
1963 Josip Broz Tito was proclaimed to be the leader of 
 Yugoslavia for life.
1966 The U.S. recovered a hydrogen bomb it had lost off 
 the coast of Spain.
1967 Israel reported that they had shot down six Syrian MIGs.
1969 The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously struck down laws 
 prohibiting private possession of obscene material.
1970 John Wayne won his first and only Oscar for his role in 
 "True Grit." He had been in over 200 films.
1971 U.S. President Nixon pledged to withdraw 100,000 more 
 men from Vietnam by December, thereby ensuring defeat 
 of the USA.
1980 The U.S. broke diplomatic relations with Iran and 
 imposed economic sanctions in response to the taking of 
 hostages on November 4, 1979.
1983 Specialist Story Musgrave and Don Peterson made the 
 first Space Shuttle spacewalk.
1985 The Soviet Union announced a unilateral freeze on 
 medium-range nuclear missiles.
1988 Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev agreed to final terms 
 of a Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. Soviet troops 
 began leaving on May 16, 1988.
1988 In Fort Smith, AR, 13 white supremacists were acquitted 
 on charges for plotting to overthrow the U.S. federal government.
1989 A Soviet submarine carrying nuclear weapons sank in the 
 Norwegian Sea.
1994 Civil war erupted in Rwanda between the Patriotic Front rebel 
 group and government soldiers. Hundreds of thousands were slaughtered 
 in the months that followed.
1998 Mary Bono, the widow of Sonny Bono, won a special election 
 to serve out the remainder of her husband's congressional term.
1999 Yugoslav authorities sealed off Kosovo's main border crossings 
 to prevent ethnic Albanians from leaving.
2000 U.S. President Clinton signed the Senior Citizens Freedom to 
 Work Act of 2000. The bill reversed a Depression-era law and allows 
 senior citizens to earn money without losing Social Security 
 retirement benefits.
2002 The Roman Catholic archdiocese announced that six priests 
 from the Archdiocese of New York were suspended over allegations 
 of sexual misconduct.
2009 Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori was sentenced 
 to 25 years in prison for ordering killings and kidnappings 
 by security forces. 
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