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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Teacher who was arrested for laying 3 student multiple times per day. Details at International Bonehead Awards From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1980 Mt. Saint Helens erupted in Washington state. 57 people were killed and 3 billion in damage was done.
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Teacher: If you had one dollar and you asked your father for another, how many dollars would you have. : "I would have one." Teacher: "You don't know your arithmetic." : "You don't know my father!"
One evening while I was preparing dinner, my daughter came into the kitchen asking for homework help on her vocabulary words. "Mom," she asked, "what's a quarter horse?" As I thought of a simple explanation, my five-year-old son piped up, "I know! It's the one they have in front of the grocery store."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Ellen Niemiec, 29, Berkley County, South Carolina S.C. teacher charged with having 'multiple' acts of sex with three students each in one day Berkeley County, South Carolina teacher Ellen Niemiec is a poor excuse for a wife and school instructor. The 29-year old married mother of three was charged Thursday, May 8, with three counts of sexual battery, two of them felonies because the students were 17, authorities said. The third was 18. Niemiec is accused of having sex with all 3 on April 11 on Cross High School grounds AND at a house party. Niemiec would also have sex before and after school with one of the students and sent nude photos of herself via text to all 3. Crocodile tears at the bail hearing: It doesn't show on these pictures, but from the distance she looks well built and quite attractive. It is not surprising that students fell for her charms. Tech Support Pits From: Frederick Re: How do I roll back Firefox? Dear Webby, Ok, FireFox 29 is indeed a dud. It might work OK on a $6,000 W8.1 game machine, especially after installing the "Back to Classical Interface", but on my machine with W7, it is a DUD and a nuisance. It uses up memory like crazy and crashes W7 every two hours. How do I go back to #28 or preferably #27? Thanks! Frederick Dear Frederick FF #27 FF #28 And have a close look at this picture: Change the Update Default to NEVER. Otherwise it will automatically re-install #29 when you are not looking. By the way, since I went back to version 27 a few days ago, my Windows has not crashed even once. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from New Use for Old Tea Recently I found a cache of old teabags in the back of my kitchen cabinets. These teabags were at least 3 years old and undoubtedly stale. Rather than throw them out, I have been brewing them, one at a time, letting the tea cool and using it on my hair as a rinse after conditioning. Not only does it clean and shine my hair, it also imparts a lovely fragrance. By ShellR from Greensboro, NC Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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A ninety-five year old woman at the nursing home received a visit from one of her fellow church members. "How are you feeling?" the visitor asked. The lady said, "Oh, I'm just worried sick!" "What are you worried about, dear?" her friend asked. "You look like you're in good health. They are taking care of you, aren't they?" "Yes, they are taking very good care of me," said the old lady. "Are you in any pain?" her friend asked. "No, I have never had a pain in my life." "Well, what are you worried about?" her friend asked again. The lady leaned back in her rocking chair and slowly explained her major worry. "Every close friend I ever had has already died and gone on to heaven. I'm afraid they're all wondering where I went."
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Today in 
1302 The weaver Peter de Coningk led a massacre of the 
 Flemish oligarchs.
1642 Montreal, Canada, was founded.
1643 Queen Anne, the widow of Louis XIII, was granted sole 
 and absolute power as regent by the Paris parliament, 
 overriding the late king's will.
1652 In Rhode Island, a law was passed that made slavery 
 illegal in North America. It was the first law of its kind.
1792 Russian troops invaded Poland.
1802 Great Britain declared war on Napoleon's France.
1804 Napoleon Bonaparte was proclaimed emperor by the 
 French Senate.
1828 Battle of Las Piedras ended the conflict between 
 Uruguay and Brazil.
1917 The U.S. Congress passed the Selective Service act, 
 which called up soldiers to fight in World War I.
1926 Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson vanished while 
 visiting a beach in Venice, CA. She reappeared a month 
 later with the claim that she had been kidnapped.
1931 Japanese pilot Seiji Yoshihara crashed his plane in the 
 Pacific Ocean while trying to be the first to cross the ocean 
 nonstop. He was picked up seven hours later by a passing ship.
1933 The Tennessee Valley Authority was created.
1934 The U.S. Congress approved an act, known as the "Lindberg Act," 
 that called for the death penalty in interstate kidnapping cases.
1944 Monte Cassino, Europe's oldest Monastic house, was 
 finally captured by the Allies in Italy.
1953 The first woman to fly faster than the speed of sound, 
 Jacqueline Cochran, piloted an F-86 Sabrejet over California 
 at an average speed of 652.337 miles-per-hour.
1974 India became the sixth nation to explode an atomic bomb.
1980 Mt. Saint Helens erupted in Washington state. 57 people 
 were killed and 3 billion in damage was done.
1983 The U.S. Senate revised immigration laws and gave millions 
 of illegal aliens legal status under an amnesty program.
1994 Israel's three decades of occupation in the Gaza Strip 
 ended as Israeli troops completed their withdrawal and 
 Palestinian authorities took over.
1998 The U.S. federal government and 20 states filed a 
 sweeping antitrust case against Microsoft Corp., saying the 
 computer software company had a "choke hold" on competitors 
 which denied consumer choices by controlling 90% of the 
 software market.
1998 U.S. federal officials arrested more than 130 people 
 and seized $35 million. This was the end to an investigation 
 of money laundering being done by a dozen Mexican banks and 
 two drug-smuggling cartels. 
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