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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Missouri man, who shot his wife, because he got tired of her. Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1946 Dr. Benjamin Spock’s "The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care" was first published.
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Thanks to Corrine for this story: When my sister Andrea got married, she asked to wear my mother's wedding dress. The day she tried it on for the first time I was sitting with Mother in the living room as Andrea descended the stairs. The gown was a perfect fit on her petite frame. Mother's eyes welled with tears. I put my arm around her. "You're not losing a daughter," I reminded her in time- honored fashion. "You're gaining a son." "Oh, forget about that BS!" she wailed with a sob. "I used to fit into that dress!"
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Bobby Leonard, 59, Naylor, Missouri. Missouri man shot wife because he was 'tired of her'. When Bobby Leonard was questioned about shooting his wife, Carolyn, in the shoulder on Saturday, he didn't mince words. Leonard, 59, allegedly confessed to the crime and said he did it because he was "tired of her," according to the Southeast Missourian newspaper. The shooting occurred Saturday morning after the couple started arguing in their trailer home in Naylor, Missouri. Ripley County Cpl. Earl Wheetley responded a call about a "female being shot by her husband" and found Carolyn Leonard "laying on the front porch covered in blood," according to his probable-cause affidavit. The victim told officers that her husband shot her. When Leonard exited the trailer, he was arrested, according to the Associated Press. After Wheetley handcuffed Leonard, the officer asked the suspect if he had any weapons him. He said Leonard replied, "No, the gun is in the house on the counter." Wheetley said after Leonard was read his Miranda rights, the suspect asked if his wife had died. When Wheetley asked what happened, Leonard allegedly told him, "I got tired of her, and shot her." Ripley County Sheriff Ron Barnett said the victim was flown to a Memphis, Tennessee hospital for treatment and is reportedly in stable condition. Leonard was charged with first-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action or first-degree domestic assault. He was being held at the Doniphan City Jail in lieu of $150,000 cash bond, according to Tech Support Pits From: Brook Re: IP number Dear Webby, I need to find my IP number each time I log on from a different hotel, to get my outgoing email autyhenticated. What is the easiest way to find that IP number? Thanks Brook Dear Brook Just go to httop:// That page will tell you, and you can just highlight and copy the IP number from there. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Today in 
1223 In France, Louis VIII succeeded his father, Philip Augustus.
1430 Joan of Arc, taken prisoner by the Burgundians in May, 
 was handed over to Pierre Cauchon, the bishop of Beauvais.
1456 Hungarians defeated the Ottomans at the Battle of Belgrade.
1536 France and Portugal signed the naval treaty of Lyons, which 
 aligned them against Spain.
1789 French Revolution began when Parisians stormed the Bastille 
 prison and released the seven prisoners inside.
1798 The U.S. Congress passed the Sedition Act. The act made it 
 a federal crime to write, publish, or utter false or malicious 
 statements about the U.S. government.
1868 Alvin J. Fellows patented the tape measure.
1900 European Allies retook Tientsin, China, from the 
 rebelling Boxers.
1911 Harry N. Atwood landed an airplane on the lawn of the 
 White House to accept an award from U.S. President William Taft.
1914 Robert H. Goddard patented liquid rocket-fuel.
1933 All German political parties except the Nazi Party 
 were outlawed.
1940 A force of German Ju-88 bombers attacked Suez, Egypt, 
 from bases in Crete.
1941 Vichy French Foreign Legionaries signed an armistice 
 in Damascus, which allowed them to join the Free French 
 Foreign Legion.
1945 American battleships and cruisers bombarded the 
 Japanese home islands for the first time.
1946 Dr. Benjamin Spock’s "The Common Sense Book of 
 Baby and Child Care" was first published.
1951 The first sports event to be shown in color, on 
 CBS-TV, was the Molly Pitcher Handicap at Oceanport, NJ.
1958 The army of Iraq overthrew the monarchy.
1965 The American space probe Mariner 4 flew by Mars, and 
sent back photographs of the planet.
1998 Los Angeles sued 15 tobacco companies for $2.5 billion 
 over the dangers of secondhand smoke.
2008 The iTunes Music Store reached 10 million applications 
2009 The iTunes Music Store reached 1.5 billion applications 
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