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Today is Sunday, May 25.

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Tomorrow is Memorial Day, 
Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May, 
to commemorates the men and women who died while in 
the military service.

Today's International Bonehead Award goes to Taylor Harrison for Selfie Incrimination Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1977 An opinion piece by Vietnam verteran Jan Scruggs appeared in "The Washington Post." The article called for a national memorial to "remind an ungrateful nation of what it has done to its sons" that had served in the Vietnam War.
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A concerned husband went to a doctor to talk about his wife. He says to the doctor, "Doctor, I think my wife is deaf because she never hears me the first time and always asks me to repeat things." "Well," the doctor replied, "go home and tonight stand about 15 feet from her and say something to her. If she doesn't reply move about 5 feet close and say it again. Keep doing this so that we'll get an idea about the severity of her deafness." Sure enough, the husband goes home and does exactly as instructed. He starts off about 15 feet from his wife in the kitchen as she is chopping some vegetables and says, "Honey, what's for dinner?" He hears no response. He moves about 5 feet closer and asks again. No reply. He moves 5 feet closer. Still no reply. He gets fed up and moves right behind her, about an inch away, and asks again, "Honey, what's for dinner?" She replies, "For the fourth time, vegetable stew!"
A man makes a suggestion to his wife, "Honey, what do you say that tonight we change positions?" His wife responds with, "yes, I would really like that. Tonight, you do the dishes and then stand by the ironing board for a couple of hours and iron all your shirts, and I'll lay on the couch and fart."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Taylor Harrison, 21, Port St. Lucie, Floriduh Selfie Incrimination Taylor Harrison allegedly wanted to make a point about how easy it was to sell drugs in Port St. Lucie, Floriduh -- even when deputies were nearby. So Harrison, 21, took to social media. He posted a selfie with stacks of drug cash, drugs, and a photo of a Martin County Sheriff's Office patrol car that pulled along side of him, WPBF-TV reports. The Facebook photos were later seen by MCSO deputies. They sent an undercover officer to buy drugs from Harrison and then arrested him on charges of selling narcotics, CBS Tampa reports. Harrison remained in Martin County Jail on $55,500 bond. Tech Support Pits From: Carole Re: Attachments Dear Webby Does the Humor Letter ever have attachments? Do you ever have a virus or spyware? Carole Dear Carole No, the Humor Letter never has attachments, never did and never will. It is not sent from a Windows computer, but from a server running Linux. Windows viruses and spyware don't work on Linux any more than a bicycle works on the ocean. If you saw an attachment with the Humor Letter, then either your computer or the computer of your ISP is infected. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A prosecuting attorney just could not believe that a jury had found the defendant not guilty. Astonished, he asked the jury foreman, "How could you possibly have found this man innocent?" The foreman replied, "Insanity." The perplexed prosecutor asked, "All twelve of you?"
A man asked his wife what she'd like for her birthday. "I'd love to be six again," she replied. On the morning of her birthday, he got her up bright and early and off they went to a local theme park.What a day! He put her on every ride in the park: the Death Slide, the Screaming Loop,the Wall of Fear, everything there was! Wow! Five hours later she staggered out of the theme park, her head reeling and her stomach upside down. Right to a McDonald's they went, where her husband ordered her a Big Mac along with extra fries and a refreshing chocolate shake. Then it was off to a movie - the latest epic, and hot dogs, popcorn, PepsiCola and M&Ms. What a fabulous adventure! Finally she wobbled home with her husband and collapsed into bed. He leaned over and lovingly asked, "Well, dear, what was it like being six again?" One eye opened. "You idiot, I meant my dress size."

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Today in 
585 BC The first known prediction of a solar eclipse was 
 made in Greece.
1085 Alfonso VI took Toledo, Spain from the Moslems.
1787 The Constitutional convention opened in Philadelphia 
 with George Washington presiding.
1810 Argentina declared independence from Napoleonic Spain.
1844 The gasoline engine was patented by Stuart Perry, even
 though he could not get it to work.
1844 The first telegraphed news dispatch, sent from 
 Washington, DC, to Baltimore, MD, appeared in the 
 Baltimore "Patriot."
1895 Oscar Wilde, a playwright, poet and novelist, was 
 convicted of a morals charge and sentenced to prison 
 in London.
1911 President of Mexico, Porfolio Diaz, resigned his office.
1925 John Scopes was indicted for teaching the Darwinian 
 theory in school.
1927 Ford Motor Company announced that the Model A would 
 replace the Model T.
1946 Jordan gained independence from Britain.
1953 In Nevada, the first atomic cannon was fired.
1961 America was asked by U.S. President Kennedy to work 
 toward putting a man on the moon before the end of the 
 decade, and before the Russians.
1968 The Gateway Arch, part of the Jefferson National 
 Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, MO, was dedicated.
1970 Boeing Computer Services was founded.
1977 "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" opened and became 
 the largest grossing film to date.
1977 An opinion piece by Vietnam verteran Jan Scruggs 
 appeared in "The Washington Post." The article called for 
 a national memorial to "remind an ungrateful nation of 
 what it has done to its sons" that had served in the 
 Vietnam War.
1979 An American Airlines DC-10 crashed during takeoff 
 at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. 275 people 
 were killed.
1981 Daredevil Daniel Goodwin scaled Chicago's Sears Tower, 
 while wearing a "Spiderman" costume, in 7 1/2 hours.
1983 "The Return of the Jedi" opened nationwide. It set a 
 new record in opening day box office sales. The gross was 
1985 Bangladesh was hit with a hurricane and tidal wave 
 that killed more than 11,000 people.
1989 The Calgary Flames won their first NHL Stanley Cup 
 by defeating the Montreal Canadiens.
1996 In Nimes, France, Christina Sanchez became the first 
 woman to achieve the rank of matadore in Europe.
1997 In Sierra Leone a military coup overthrew the popularly 
 elected President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah. He was replaced with 
 Major Johnny Paul Koromah.
1997 U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond became the longest-serving 
 senator in U.S. history (41 years and 10 months).
1997 Poland adopted a constitution that removed all traces 
 of communism.
1999 A report by the U.S. House of Representatives Select 
 Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial 
 Concerns with the People's Republic of China concluded that 
 China had "stolen design information on the U.S. most-advanced 
 thermonuclear weapons" and that China's penetration of U.S. 
 weapons laboratories "spans at least the past several decades 
 and almost certainly continues today."
2001 Erik Weihenmayer, 32, of Golder, CO, became the first 
 blind climber to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
2001 Sherman Bull, 64, of New Canaan, CT, became the oldest 
 climber to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
2006 In Houston, former Enron Corp. chiefs Kenneth Lay and 
 Jeffrey Skillinng were convicted of conspiracy and fraud 
 for the downfall of Enron.
2008 NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander landed in the arctic 
 plains of Mars.
2009 North Korea announced that it had conducted a second 
 successful nuclear test in the province of North Hamgyong. 
 The United Nations Security Council condemned the reported
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