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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Couple in fatal crash, who were intoxicated, and naked below the waist. Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1973 Skylab One was launched into orbit around Earth as the first U.S. manned space station.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Matthew Notebaert, Couple In Fatal Crash Were Intoxicated, Naked Below The Waist Police have released new information regarding a car crash in South Florida that killed a young mother. Amanda Notebaert, 31, died after a sedan driven by her 30-year-old husband, Matthew, plowed into a canal March 9. The couple had attended a concert that night, and police have now confirmed that they were intoxicated when the fatal crash occurred. In an arrest affidavit obtained by the Sun-Sentinel, Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputies say that Matthew Notebaert and his wife had THC and alcohol in their systems, and were both naked from the waist down when they crashed. They said Amanda was on her husband's lap when he sped the car off a dead-end dirt road and into the far side of a canal. The newspaper reports: Neither of the Notebaerts were wearing seatbelts and both were naked from the waist down... Amanda Notebaert's head hit the dashboard and windshield, while Matthew Notebaert's knees were crushed by the lower part of the dashboard. She died at the scene. A toxicology report showed that Notebaert had a blood-alcohol level of .135 to .163 percent. The legal limit is .08 percent. He was arrested Wednesday and now faces charges including DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide. The incident happened a block from their home, they knew about the road dead-end and the canal, and that a block from home they should have slowed down. The couple have two young children, ages 9 years and 7 months. Notebaert wept openly in court during his arraignment Thursday as his attorney told the judge that he just wanted "to get back to his kids." Tech Support Pits From: Denise Re: How to get rid of ASK Dear Webby Can you please help me to remove the ASK program from my computer? I have tried to do this, but some instructions are asking me to install other programs. I cannot find ASK listed under programs on my computer. If I go to 'programms', ASK is not listed there. Many Thanks Denise Dear Denise The easiest way to get rid of that malware is to use MalwareBytes. The link is also on the Right side menu of the Humor Letter, for your every day convenience, Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Homemade Liquid Dishwasher Soap I have had to be very frugal with my budget and have found myself without dishwasher detergent. I have tried this and found it to work very good! Take a squirt of orange cleaner, a squirt of your homemade everyday cleaner (vinegar/alcohol/water 3:1:2), and a squirt of dishwashing liquid and the dishes do quite well! By Kellyb from IN Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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>From Manny Both sides of our family turned out for my wife's college graduation. After the dean finished awarding all the diploma's, he requested, "Will all the 'cum laudes' please stand up?" My mother-in-law leaned over and whispered, "Wow! The Cum Laude family sure has a lot of kids!"
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Today in 
1264 King Henry III was captured by his brother in law Simon 
 deMontfort at the Battle of Lewes in France.
1509 In the Battle of Agnadello, French defeated Venitians 
 in Northern Italy.
1610 French King Henri IV (Henri de Navarre) was assassinated 
 by a fanatical monk, Franšois Ravillac.
1643 Louis XIV became King of France at age 4 upon the death 
 of his father, Louis XIII.
1787 Delegates began gathering in Philadelphia for a 
 convention to draw up the U.S. Constitution.
1796 The first smallpox vaccination was given by Edward Jenner.
1804 William Clark set off the famous expedition from Camp 
 Dubois. A few days later, in St. Louis, Meriwether Lewis 
 joined the group. The group was known as the "Corps of Discovery."
1811 Paraguay gained independence from Spain.
1853 Gail Borden applied for a patent for condensed milk.
1862 The chronograph was patented by Adolphe Nicole.
1878 The name Vaseline was registered by Robert A. Chesebrough.
1879 Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Telephone 
 Company of Europe.
1897 "The Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Phillip Sousa 
 was performed for the first time. It was at a ceremony where 
 a statue of George Washington was unveiled.
1897 Guglielmo Marconi made the first communication by 
 wireless telegraph.
1913 The Rockefeller Foundation was created by John D. 
 Rockefeller with a gift of $100,000,000.
1935 The Philippines ratified an independence agreement.
1940 The Netherlands surrendered to Nazi Germany.
1942 The Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) was established 
 by an act of the U.S. Congress.
1942 The British, while retreating from Burma, reached India.
1948 Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion proclaimed the 
 independent State of Israel as British rule in Palestine 
 came to an end.
1955 The Warsaw Pact, a Eastern European mutual-defense 
 treaty, was signed in Poland by eight communist bloc 
 countries including the Soviet Union.
1961 A bus carrying Freedom Riders was bombed and burned 
 in Alabama.
1973 Skylab One was launched into orbit around Earth as 
 the first U.S. manned space station.
1975 U.S. forces raided the Cambodian island of Koh Tang 
 and recaptured the American merchant ship Mayaguez. All 
 40 crew members were released safely by Cambodia. About 
 40 U.S. servicemen were killed in the military operation.
1985 The first McDonald's restaurant became the first 
 fast-food business museum. It is located in Des Plaines, 
1988 In the Andean village of Cayara, Peru's military was 
 involved in a massacre of at least 26 peasants.
1992 Former Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev addressed 
 members of the U.S. Congress, appealing to them to pass a 
 bill to aid the people of the former Soviet Union.
1996 A tornado hit 80 villages in nothern Bangladesh. More 
 than 440 people were killed.
1998 The Associated Press marked its 150th anniversary.
1999 North Korea returned the remains of six U.S. soldiers 
 that had been killed during the Korean War. 
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