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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Minnesota man, who threatened a neighbor with a gun over bike-riding lesson. Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1992 In a letter to the U.S. Senate, Russian Boris Yeltsin stated that in the early 1950's the Soviet Union had shot down nine U.S. planes and held 12 American survivors.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Gary Drake, 61, Minnesota Man threatens neighbor with a gun over bike-riding lesson A Minnesota man faces second-degree assault and terroristic threat charges after allegedly threatening a neighbor with a shotgun over the way the neighbor was teaching his 7-year-old daughter to ride a bike. When Gary Drake, 61, yelled some tips from his driveway on May 25, the neighbor told him, "I've got it." That got Drake mad, according to the criminal complaint, and he allegedly responded: "If you don't like my advice, get off my street." The neighbor told Drake that he didn't own the street in Rosemount and that the lesson would continue, TwinCities. com reports. As the bike lessons went on, Drake became increasingly agitated that his advice was ignored. So he went inside and came back out with a long-barreled gun and allegedly threatened the father and his 7-year-old daughter. Drake's wife eventually pulled the gun away and dragged him inside the house. A few moments later, he was back outside. As the neighbor and his daughter walked away, Drake allegedly yelled, "I'm going to kill ya," CBS Minneapolis reports. When police arrived on the scene, Drake allegedly told them he didn’t like how the neighbor treated his daughter. Drake also said he had been drinking but denied alcohol had anything to do with what the complaint refers to as "poor decision-making," according to the Star-Tribune. Drake said that perhaps he should have been more drastic. "Maybe next time. I should have shot him," MyFoxTwinCities reports. His wife told police she tried to stop her husband and she gave them the shotgun and another rifle. Drake is free on bail and is due for a court appearance on Aug. 11. --------------- About a dozen years ago I flew to Florida to teach Sandie to ride her brand new Harley VR, and to grasp "counter-steering". I was a bit concerned about the racket her Harley VR with straight pipes made on her residential street, as she was cruising up and down doing a slalom around the dotted center line. However, people there did not seem to mind. Some came out to cheer her on, a few even took pictures of her. Being comfortable with counter-steering saved her live quite a few times in dicey traffic situations. Being able to correctly and instantaneously lean and gun it out of a bad situation is extremely important. I wish every new rider was taught how to do that! Sandie has died a year ago, but not on the road. Tech Support Pits From: Martha Re: Get rid of site Dear Webby need instructions On Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 04:38 PM, Martha K wrote: You help me get PC Tools off my Computor and now my husbands has a site that we can't get off. We tried Control Panel. Programs & uninstall. But that doesn't take it off. Would you PLEASE send me the instructions again. Thank You Martha Dear Martha My Ouija board is broken. What is the name of the site or program, that you want to get rid of? Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Kiddie Pool As Cooler When cooking and serving out-of-doors, pick up one of those cheap, rigid plastic kiddy pools, fill it with ice, and set bowls of cold foods in the ice. You can also keep cans of juice or soda pop in the pool. We've been using this method for keeping foods cold when we're cooking outside and on picnics for over 40 years and have never lost a potato salad yet. If it's a big party, by all means use 2 pools, one for drinks and one for foods. I think they take up less room than all the bowls and containers sitting out too. By Julia from Boca Raton, FL Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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» Axes of the Ages

Today in 
1099 Crusade leaders visited the Mount of Olives where they 
 met a hermit who urged them to assault Jerusalem.
1442 Alfonso V of Aragon was crowned King of Naples.
1665 England installed a municipal government in New York. 
 It was the former Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam.
1812 Napoleon's invasion of Russia began.
1838 The Iowa Territory was organized.
1839 Abner Doubleday created the game of baseball, 
 according to the legend.
1849 The gas mask was patented by L.P. Haslett.
1897 Carl Elsener patented his penknife. The object 
 later became known as the Swiss army knife.
1898 Philippine nationalists declared their 
 independence from Spain.
1900 The Reichstag approved a second law that would 
 allow the expansion of the German navy.
1901 Cuba agreed to become an American protectorate 
 by accepting the Platt Amendment.
1918 The first airplane bombing raid by an American unit 
 occurred on World War I's Western Front in France.
1921 U.S. President Warren Harding urged every young man 
 to attend military training camp.
1923 Harry Houdini, while suspended upside down 40 feet 
 above the ground, escaped from a strait jacket.
1926 Brazil quit the League of Nations in protest over 
 plans to admit Germany.
1935 The Chaco War was ended with a truce. Bolivia and 
 Paraguay had been fighting since 1932.
1937 The Soviet Union executed eight army leaders under 
 Joseph Stalin.
1941 In London, the Inter-Allied Declaration was signed. 
 It was the first step towards the establishment of the 
 United Nations.
1944 Chinese Communist leader Mao Tse-tung announced that 
 he would support Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek in the 
 war against Japan.
1963 "Cleopatra" starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rex Harrison, 
 and Richard Burton premiered at the Rivoli Theatre.
1963 Civil rights leader Medgar Evers was fatally shot in 
 front of his home in Jackson, MS.
1967 State laws which prohibited interracial marriages 
 were ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court.
1975 Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was found guilty 
 of corrupt election practices in 1971.
1979 Bryan Allen flew the Gossamer Albatross, man powered, 
 across the English Channel.
1982 75,000 people rallied against nuclear weapons in 
 New York City's Central Park.
1985 Wayne "The Great One" Gretsky was named winner of the 
 NHL's Hart Trophy. The award is given to the the league 
 Most Valuable Player.
1985 The U.S. House of Representatives approved $27 million 
 in aid to the Nicaraguan contras.
1986 South Africa declared a national state of emergency. 
 Virtually unlimited power was given to security forces and 
 restrictions were put on news coverage of the unrest.
1987 U.S. President Reagan publicly challenged Mikhail Gorbachev 
 to tear down the Berlin Wall.
1990 The parliament of the Russian Federation formally declared 
 its sovereignty.
1991 Russians went to the election polls and elected Boris N. 
 Yeltsin as the president of their republic.
1992 In a letter to the U.S. Senate, Russian Boris Yeltsin stated 
 that in the early 1950's the Soviet Union had shot down nine U.S. 
 planes and held 12 American survivors.
1996 In Philadelphia a panel of federal judges blocked a 
 law against indecency on the internet. The panel said that 
 the 1996 Communications Decency Act would infringe upon the 
 free speech rights of adults.
1998 Compaq Computer paid $9 billion for Digital Equipment Corp. 
 in largest high-tech acquisition.
1999 NATO peacekeeping forces entered the province of Kosovo 
 in Yugoslavia.
2003 In Arkansas, Terry Wallis spoke for the first time in 
 nearly 19 years. Wallis had been in a coma since July 13, 
 1984, after being injured in a car accident.
2009 In the U.S., The switch from analog TV trasmission to 
 digital was completed.
2014  smiled.


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