FireFox 30 still bleeding 

Good Morning,  !

Today is Friday, June 27.
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!

Yes, I know that the Ezinefinder is still down.
Ma˝ana. Maybe.

And the fan goes wild!
Well, not really.
The home coming welcome for the 
English team was not very noisy.
One lonely Gramma and one reporter
on a distant parkade roof.
Englad got sent home ater two
games, in hopes, that they learn 
more by watching the World Cup
on TV.

Have FUN!

Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Minnesota burglar, who robs a home, and leaves HIS Facebook profile open. Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 2005 In Alaska's Denali National Park, a roughly 70-million year old dinosaur track was discovered. The track was form a three-toed Cretaceous period dinosaur.
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Reported by Walter, the StoneCarver An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Nicholas Wig, 26, South St. Paul, Minnesota Minnesota burglar robs home, leaves HIS Facebook profile open A Minnesota man came home to find his house unlocked, cash and other items missing, and the accused burglar's Facebook profile open on his computer, authorities said. Nicholas Wig, 26, who has been charged with second degree burglary, also left his wet jeans, shoes and a belt lying on the floor by the computer in the South St. Paul house, according to a criminal complaint. "This is the first case in Dakota County in which a suspected burglar left his Facebook account open," Monica Jensen, spokeswoman for the Dakota County Attorney's Office, said on Tuesday. According to the criminal complaint, a resident called police on Thursday and told them he found his house in disarray, the front door unlocked and a screen removed from a side window. He also saw that "Nick Dub's" Facebook profile was open on his computer, the complaint said. Items missing included cash, a checkbook, credit cards, keys and a watch, it said. That same day, the resident recognized Wig on the street from his Facebook picture and told police, who found him wearing a watch like one taken in the burglary, the complaint said. When police checked Wig for weapons, they found car keys and an iPod shuffle, which the resident identified along with the watch, the complaint said. Wig admitted entering the house, swapping his rain-soaked clothes for some from the house, logging on to Facebook and taking the items reported stolen, the complaint said. The felony charge calls for up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine, but he wil undoubtedly get a lot less than that. Tech Support Pits From: Andy Re: FireFox 30 bleeding Dear Webby Have you found a way yet to get around the Bleeding in FireFox 30? Andy Dear Andy Not yet. Have FUN! DearWebby
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After driving all night, a man arrived in a small town where he decided to stop in the local park and catch some sleep. Just as he dozed off, there was a knock on the window. Outside the car, was a jogger. "Excuse me, can you give me the time?" the jogger inquired. "Groggily, the man replied, "It's 6:27." The man closed his eyes and just as he dozed off there was another knock on the window. There stood another jogger who said, "I'm sorry to disturb you. Do you have the time?", Struggling to keep up his spirits he replied, "It's 6:34." The man rolled up the window but realizing that this could go on indefinitely, he took paper and pen and created a sign which read: "I DO NOT KNOW THE TIME." He stuck the sign in the window, closed his eyes, and was barely asleep when there came yet another tap on the window. The man looked and sure enough, there was another jogger. He disgustedly rolled down the window and said, "Yeah, what is it?" The jogger replied, "It's 6:42."

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Today in 
0363 The death of Roman Emperor Julian brought an end to the 
 Pagan Revival.
1693 "The Ladies' Mercury" was published by John Dunton in London. 
 It was the first women's magazine and contained a "question and 
 answer" column that became known as a "problem page."
1743 King George II of England defeated the French at Dettingen, 
 Bavaria, in the War of the Austrian Succession.
1787 Edward Gibbon completed "The Decline and Fall of the 
 Roman Empire." 
 It was published the following May.
1801 British forces defeated the French and took control of 
 Cairo, Egypt.
1847 New York and Boston were linked by telegraph wires.
1871 The yen became the new form of currency in Japan.
1885 Chichester Bell and Charles S. Tainter applied for a 
 patent for the gramophone. It was granted on May 4, 1886.
1893 The New York stock market crashed. By the end of the 
 year 600 banks and 74 railroads had gone out of business.
1905 The battleship Potemkin succumbed to a mutiny on the 
 Black Sea.
1918 Two German pilots were saved by parachutes for the 
 first time.
1923 Yugoslav Premier Nikola Pachitch was wounded by Serb 
 attackers in Belgrade.
1927 The U.S. Marines adopted the English bulldog as their 
1929 Scientists at Bell Laboratories in New York revealed a 
 system for transmitting television pictures.
1931 Igor Sikorsky filed U.S. Patent 1,994,488, which marked 
 the breakthrough in helicopter technology.
1940 Robert Pershing Wadlow was measured by Dr. Cyril MacBryde 
 and Dr. C. M. Charles. They recorded his height at 8' 11.1." 
 He was only 22 at the time of his death on July 15, 1940.
1942 The FBI announced the capture of eight Nazi saboteurs who 
 had been put ashore from a submarine on New York's Long Island.

1944 During World War II, American forces completed their capture 
 of the French port of Cherbourg from the German army.
1950 Two days after North Korea invaded South Korea, U.S. President 
 Truman ordered the Air Force and Navy into the Korean conflict. 
 The United Nations Security Council had asked for member 
 nations to help South Korea repel an invasion from the North.
1954 The world's first atomic power station opened at Obninsk, 
 near Moscow.
1955 The state of Illinois enacted the first automobile seat 
 belt legislation.
1964 Ernest Borgnine and Ethel Merman were married. It only 
 lasted 38 days.
1966 "Dark Shadows" began running on ABC-TV.
1967 The world's first cash dispenser was installed at Barclays 
 Bank in Enfield, England. The device was invented by John 
 Sheppard-Barron. The machine operated on a voucher system and 
 the maximum withdrawal was $28.
1967 Two hundred people were arrested during a race riot in 
 Buffalo, NY.
1969 Patrons at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City's 
 Greenwich Village, clashed with police. This incident is considered 
 to be the birth of the homosexual rights movement.
1972 Bobby Hull signed a 10-year hockey contract for $2,500,000. He 
 became a player and coach of the Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey 
1973 Former White House counsel John W. Dean told the Senate 
 Watergate Committee about an "enemies list" that was kept by the 
 Nixon White House.
1973 Nixon vetoed a Senate ban on bombing Cambodia.
1980 U.S. President Carter signed legislation reviving draft 
1985 Route 66 was officially removed from the United States 
 Highway System.
1985 The U.S. House of Representatives voted to limit the 
 use of combat troops in Nicaragua.
1986 The World Court ruled that the U.S. had broken 
international law by aiding Nicaraguan rebels.
1995 Qatar's Crown Prince Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani ousted 
his father in a bloodless palace coup.
1998 An English woman was impregnated with her dead husband's
 sperm after two-year legal battle over her right to the sperm.
2002 In the U.S., the Securities and Exchange Commission required 
 companies with annual sales of more than $1.2 billion to submit 
 sworn statements backing up the accuracy of their financial 
2005 In Alaska's Denali National Park, a roughly 70-million year 
 old dinosaur track was discovered. The track was form a three-toed 
 Cretaceous period dinosaur.
2014  smiled.

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