Deleting temp files 

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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Delaware dope, who stashed heroin in his baby's diaper Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1962 The Telstar Communications satellite was launched. The satellite relayed TV and telephone signals between Europe and the U.S.
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An authority on African animals was giving a lecture. When he finished, he asked for questions. One man stood up and asked, "Is it true that the wild animals in Africa won't bother you if you carry a lighted torch?" The speaker replied, "That depends on how fast you carry it."
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Thanks to Phil for this story: My two-year-old daughter, Paige, was with her mother while her older sister was being examined by a dentist. Paige kept herself busy playing with toys in the waiting room until she noticed that her mom was resting, her eyes closed. With about six other patients waiting, Paige marched up to her mother, looked her straight in the face and shook her shoulder. "Mommy," she yelled, "wake up! This is not church!" My wife, Lani, woke from her doze to the sound of the other patients laughing hysterically.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Michael Penn, 25, Newcastle, Delaware Dad Hid Heroin In His Baby's Diaper A Delaware man wanted on a theft charge stashed 16 packets of heroin down his eight-month-old baby boy’s diaper when police spotted him walking yesterday on a New Castle street, investigators allege. According to cops, Michael Penn recently swiped items from a Verizon store, prompting the issuance of an arrest warrant for shoplifting. Police officers approached the 25-year-old Penn while he was walking Tuesday with his three children. Seen in the adjacent mug shot, Penn was carrying the baby and his five-year-old daughter. Directed by officers to put the children down, Penn initially refused, cops reported. At one point, Penn was seen placing something in the baby’s diaper, according to the New Castle City Police Department. Penn was eventually detained and a search of the child’s diaper turned up the heroin stash, which can be seen in a police evidence photo. The heroin packets were stamped with brand names like “Bioshock” and “Death.” In addition to the shoplifting count, Penn was booked into jail yesterday on narcotics, resisting arrest, and child endangerment charges. He was later released on $4500 bond. Penn’s children were turned over to the custody of his grandmother, and cops reported the incident to child welfare officials. Tech Support Pits From: John Re: Can temp files be deleted? Dear Webby, My machine has an awful lot of temp files. Can they be deleted safely? What is the best way to do that? John Dear John Yes, sure you can get rid of them. Your browser will be a bit slower for a while, because it now has to download all the stuff again, that it had cached. Especially on slow dial-up, deleting temp files will NOT speed up your machine. Most programs are well behaved and clean up when they close. Internet Explorer does not clean up The easiest way to dump temp files is with Crap Cleaner. It will also dump the recycle bin, and if you don't take the checkmark off the cookies, it will dump those too. Crap Cleaner is free. Just go to my Tool Box and download it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Emergency Sink Stopper The house I am at doesn't have the disposal stopper. I like to do dishes with a full sink of water so this posed a problem. Then, I realized that a tall glass works wonders. Someone posted here once that certain jar lids worked so this is just another clever solution to those pesky problems that plague our lives. Easy Peasy! Hope this helps. By Sandi [394] At the Dollar Store you can get "universal" drain stoppers. They look like a 3/16" thick, 4" x 4" flexible rubber square. You just lay them over a sink or tub drain. Some have a hole punched in a corner to attach a ball chain or string, so that you can pull the flap in a hurry, if the water is too hot or too high to reach in. Just attach the ball chain or string to the faucets, and you will never have to search for it. It will never break, even if you drop a big, cast iron pot into the sink. Works great! Have Fun! DearWebby Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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Knowing that the minister was very fond of cherry brandy, one of the church elders offered to present him with a bottle on one consideration - that the pastor acknowledge receipt of the gift in the church paper. "Gladly," responded the good man. When the church magazine came out a few days later, the elder turned at once to the "appreciation" column. There he read: "The minister extends his thanks to Elder Brown for his gift of fruit and for the spirit in which it was given."
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Today in 
1609 The Catholic states in Germany set up a league under the 
 leadership of Maximillian of Bavaria.
1679 The British crown claimed New Hampshire as a royal colony.
1776 The statue of King George III was pulled down in 
 New York City.
1778 In support of the American Revolution, Louis XVI declared 
 war on England.
1821 U.S. troops took possession of Florida. The territory was 
 sold by Spain.
1866 Edison P. Clark patented his indelible pencil.
1900 ‘His Master’s Voice’, was registered with the U.S. 
 Patent Office. The logo of the Victor Recording Company, 
 and later, RCA Victor, shows the dog, Nipper, looking 
 into the horn of a gramophone machine.
1910 W.R. Brookins became the first to fly an airplane 
 at an altitude of one mile.
1913 The highest temperature ever recorded in the U.S. 
 was 134 degrees in Death Valley, CA.
1928 George Eastman first demonstrated color motion pictures.
1929 The U.S. government began issuing paper money in the 
 small size.
1938 Howard Hughes completed a 91 hour flight around the world.
1940 The 114-day Battle of Britain began during World War II.
1949 The first practical rectangular television was presented. 
 The picture tube measured 12 by 16 and sold for $12.
1951 Sugar Ray Robinson was defeated for only the second time 
 in 133 fights as Randy Turpin took the middleweight crown.
1953 American forces withdraw from Pork Chop Hill in Korea 
 after heavy fighting.
1962 The Telstar Communications satellite was launched. The 
 satellite relayed TV and telephone signals between 
 Europe and the U.S.
1973 Britain granted the Bahamas their independence after 
 three centuries of British colonial rule.
1985 Coca-Cola resumed selling the old formula of Coke, 
 it was renamed "Coca-Cola Classic." It was also announced 
 that they would continue to sell "New" Coke.
1990 Mikhail Gorbachev won re-election as the leader of 
 the Soviet Communist Party.
1991 Boris Yeltsin took the oath of office as the first 
 elected president of the Russian republic.
1991 U.S. President Bush lifted economic sanctions 
 against South Africa, citing its "profound transformation" 
 toward racial equality.
1997 Scientists in London said DNA from a Neanderthal skeleton 
 supported a theory that all humanity descended from an 
 "African Eve" 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.
1998 The World Bank approved a $700 million loan to Thailand.
1999 The heads of six African nations that had troops in the 
 Democratic Republic of the Congo signed a cease-fire 
 agreement that would end the civil war in that nation.
2002 Peter Paul Rubens' painting "The Massacre of the 
 Innocents" sold for $76.2 million at Sotheby's.
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