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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Florida man charged with making meth on beach Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1946 The bikini bathing suit, created by Louis Reard, made its debut during a fashion show at the Molitor Pool in Paris. Micheline Bernardini wore the two-piece outfit.
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>From Roland A psychiatrist was conducting a group therapy session with four young mothers and their small children. "You all have obsessions," he observed. To the first mother, Mary, he said, "You are obsessed with eating. You've even named your daughter Candy." He turned to the 2nd mom, Ann and said, "Your obsession is with money. Again, it manifests itself in your child's name, Penny." He turned to the 3rd mom, Joyce. "Your obsession is alcohol. This too shows itself in your child's name, Brandy." At this point, the 4th mother, Mrs Smith, quietly got up, took her little boy by the hand, and whispered, "Come on, Dick, this guy has no idea what he's talking about. Let's pick up Peter and Willy from school and go get dinner for Rolly."
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The stockbroker's secretary answered his phone one morning. "I'm sorry," she said, "Mr. Bradford's on another line." "This is Mr. Ingram's office," the caller said. "We'd like to know if he's bullish or bearish right now." "He's talking to his wife," the secretary replied. "Right now I'd say he's sheepish."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Charles Tapp, 24, Florida man charged with making meth on beach Charles J. Tapp is accused of making methamphetamine in his car at a Florida beach. The beach is a place for surf, sun and sand -- not meth making. However, a man in St. Petersburg, Florida, is facing drug charges after allegedly cooking up methamphetamine in his truck at Gandy Beach. Charles J. Tapp, 24, was arrested June 14 after deputies in Pinellas County noticed a dark colored Chevy Silverado parked along the beach's tree line. Tapp was in the truck as were several needles. An investigation of the vehicle turned up other items that indicated the suspect was making meth in it, WTSP TV reports. Tapp was arrested on charges of possessing methamphetamine and unlawful possession of pseudoephedrine and hydrochloric gas, chemicals used to make methamphetamine. Police said that Tapp admitted to manufacturing meth during questioning, according to the Tampa Bay Times. He was taken to the Pinellas County jail, and later released on $10,000 bail, according to the jail's website. Tech Support Pits From: Len Re: Make FF restore old sessions Good morning Webby Yesterday, you mentioned that any good browser will open up with all 127 tabs that were open when it was last closed. Firefox used to do that on my computer but stopped doing so several months ago, before the big upgrade. Is there something I can do to change that back? Thanks for all you do Len Dear Len The only real reason to turn that off is when many people use the same machine, and you don't want to let any of the others restore YOUR sessions. Any other time, it is best to leave Sessionrestore turned on. In the address bar, type in: about:config and hit Enter. You'll get a warning, ignore that. Now, find "browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash" in the list. Double-click that entry, and turn it to true OK out of there and it is done. There may be some weird exception, where some Windows setting will interfere with Sessionrestore, but so far I have not found anything about that setting. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A newspaper reporter for the Los Angeles Times had received instructions from his senior editor to get photographs of a brush fire in the foothills of northern California. The instructions included hurrying to the Santa Monica Airport to board a small plane, taking some photos of the fire, and hurrying back by noon with the story. The reporter dressed quickly, rushed to the airport, saw the small plane waiting on the runway, drove his car to the end of the runway, parked, and climbed on board. Off they flew into the clear blue skies. At about 5,000 feet, the reporter took out his camera and said to the man flying the plane, "Bank right and I'll take some pictures of this fire." Then he heard the most frightening questions of his life, "Bank right? How do I do that? You ARE the instructor, aren't you?"
A circus owner walked into a bar to see everyone crowded about a table watching a little show. On the table was an upside-down pot and a duck tap dancing on it. The circus owner was so impressed that he offered to buy the duck from its owner. After some wheeling and dealing they settled for $10,000 for the duck and the pot. Three days later the circus owner runs back to the bar in anger, "Your duck is a rip-off! I put him on the pot before a whole audience and he didn't dance a single step!" "So?" asked the ducks former owner, "did you remember to light the candle under the pot?"

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Today in 
1806 A Spanish army repelled the British during their 
 attempt to retake Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1811 Venezuela became the first South American country 
 to declare independence from Spain.
1814 U.S. troops under Jacob Brown defeated a superior 
 British force at Chippewa, Canada.
1830 France occupied the North African city of Algiers.
1832 The German government began curtailing freedom of 
 the press after German Democrats advocated a revolt 
 against Austrian rule.
1839 British naval forces bombarded Dingai on Zhoushan 
 Island in China and then occupied it.
1863 U.S. Federal troops occupied Vicksburg, MS, and 
 distributed supplies to the citizens.
1892 Andrew Beard was issued a patent for the rotary engine.
1935 U.S. President Roosevelt signed the National Labor 
 Relations Act into law. The act authorized labor to organize 
 for the purpose of collective bargaining.
1940 During World War II, Britain and the Vichy government 
 in France broke diplomatic relations.
1941 German troops reached the Dnieper River in the Soviet Union.
1943 The battle of Kursk began as German tanks attacked 
 the Soviet salient. It was the largest tank battle in history.
1946 The bikini bathing suit, created by Louis Reard, made 
 its debut during a fashion show at the Molitor Pool in 
 Paris. Micheline Bernardini wore the two-piece outfit.
1948 Britain's National Health Service Act went into effect, 
 providing government-financed medical and dental care.
1950 U.S. forces engaged the North Koreans for the first 
 time at Osan, South Korea.
1951 Dr. William Shockley announced that he had invented 
 the junction transistor.
1962 Algeria became independent after 132 years of French rule.
1984 The U.S. Supreme Court weakened the 70-year-old 
 "exclusionary rule," deciding that evidence seized with 
 defective court warrants could be used against defendants 
 in criminal trials.
1989 Former U.S. National Security Council aide Oliver North 
 received a $150,000 fine and a suspended prison term for 
 his part in the Iran-Contra affair. The convictions were 
 later overturned.
1991 Regulators shut down the Pakistani-managed Bank of 
 Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) in eight 
 countries. The charge was fraud, drug money laundering 
 and illegal infiltration into the U.S. banking system.
1998 Japan joined U.S. and Russia in space exploration 
 with the launching of the Planet-B probe to Mars.
2000 Jordanian security agents shot and killed a Syrian 
 hijacker after he threw a grenade that exploded and 
 wounded 15 passengers aboard a Royal Jordanian airliner.
2000 Euan Blair, the oldest son of British prime minister 
Tony Blair, was arrested after police found him drunk 
 and lying on the ground in London's Leicester Square. 
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