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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Las Vegas MMA fighter, who beat up his girlfriend. Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1981 - IBM unveiled its first PC.
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If there were in the world today any large number of people who desired their own happiness more than they desired the unhappiness of others, we could have paradise in a few years. --- Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970)
A boy and his dad were playing with toy cars. The father had the police car and pretended to pull over the car that the boy was playing with. "Do you have a drivers license?" he asked the boy. "No," the boy answered seriously. "Are you resisting arrest?" asked the father. The boy hesitated, then said, "Yes, I'm not sleepy yet."
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On her way back from the concession stand, Sally asked a man at the end of the row, "Pardon me, but did I step on your foot before?" Expecting an apology, the man said, "Indeed you did." The woman nodded. "Oh good. Then this is my row."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Jonathan Koppenhaver, Las Vegas, NV Porn Star Christy Mack Hospitalized After MMA Fighter Attacks, Flees Las Vegas police are searching for a mixed martial arts fighter who they believe attacked his girlfriend and then fled. Jonathan Koppenhaver is accused of beating porn star Christy Mack on Friday evening in an attack that left her with "serious" but not "life-threatening" injuries, cops told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She has more tattoos, but Koppenhaver, a trained boxer and MMA fighter, outweighs her almost two to one. His name on Twitter is WarMachine170 ------------- War Machine ? @WarMachine170 I only wish that man hadn't been there and that Christy & I would behappily engaged.I don't know y I'm so cursed.One day truth will come out War Machine @WarMachine170 · 22h I'm not a bad guy, I went to surprise my gf, help her set up her show and to give her an engagement ring and ended up fighting for my life. ----------- There is no news about the man who made him fight for his life, and who apparently left before Koppenhaver took his frustrations out on his girlfriend. His tweets hint towards a UPS driver. Considering his tattoos and addiction to muscle building gyms, he will probably be caught soon. Tech Support Pits From: Ellen Re: Delete redundant URL and form choices in Chrome Dear Webby, Chrome is trying to be helpful when I fill out forms or type URLs. Usually that is great, but when a typo is higher in the alphabet, it shows that on top, and after a while, there is just too much useless crap on top to make that feature a nuisance, not a help. How do I weed that out? Ellen Dear Ellen Scroll down th list of choices that Chrome offers, highlight a bad one, and hit SHIFT DELETE. Just Delete alone won't help. With SHIFT DEL you can weed out the choices one by one. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Grass Skirts From Tissue Paper In the old days when they made pom poms we used a form of tissue paper. Well I thought to be easy and so children can help, use tissue paper of any colors. You can use the same color or different colors. It is a fun way of doing it and the children love helping. They can do the cutting or the pasting on the material that is used for the waist band. That is how we make a grass skirt. By Georgett from Hacienda Heights, CA Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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Carlson was charged with stealing a Mercedes Benz, and after a long trial, the jury aquitted him. Later that day, Carlson came back to the judge who had presided at the hearing. "Your honor," he said, "I want to get out a warrant for that dirty lawyer of mine." "Why?" asked the judge. "He won your aquittal. What do you want to have him arrested for?" "Well, your honor," replied Carlson, "I didn't have the money to pay his fee, so he went and took the car I stole..."
A man goes to the eye doctor. The receptionist asks him why he is there. The man complains, "I keep seeing spots in front of my eyes." The receptionist asks, "Have you ever seen an Optometrist?" The man replies, "No, just spots."

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Today in 
1676 - "King Phillip's War" came to an end with the killing 
 of Indian chief King Phillip. The war between the Indians 
 and the Europeans lasted for two years. 
1851 - Isaac Singer was issued a patent on the double-headed 
 sewing machine. 
1865 - Disinfectant was used for the first time during surgery 
 by Joseph Lister. 
1877 - Thomas Edison invented the phonograph and made the first 
 sound recording. 
1898 - The Spanish-American War was ended with the signing 
 of the peace protocol. The U.S. acquired Guam, Puerto Rico 
 and the Philippines. Hawaii was also annexed. 
1915 - "Of Human Bondage", by William Somerset Maugham, was 
 first published. 
1918 - Regular airmail service began between Washington, DC, 
 and New York City. 
1939 - "The Wizard of Oz" premiered in Oconomowoc, WI. Judy 
 Garland became famous for the movie's song "Somewhere Over 
 the Rainbow." The movie premiered in Hollywood on August 15th. 
1953 - The Soviet Union secretly tested its first hydrogen bomb. 
1960 - The balloon satellite Echo One was launched by the U.S. 
 from Cape Canaveral, FL. It was the first communications 
1962 - The Soviet Union launched Pavel Popovich into orbit. 
 Popovich and Andrian Nikolayev, who was launched a day 
 before, both landed on August 15. 
1977 - The space shuttle Enterprise passed its first solo 
 flight test. 
1981 - IBM unveiled its first PC. 
1985 - A Japan Air Lines Boeing 747 crashed into a mountain 
 killing 520 people. 
1986 - It was announced by NASA that they had selected a 
 new rocket design for the space shuttle. The move was made 
 in an effort at correcting the flaws that were believed to 
 have been responsible for the Challenger disaster. 
1992 - The U.S., Canada, and Mexico announced that the 
 North American Free Trade Agreement had been created after 
 14 months of negotiations. 
1993 - U.S. President Clinton lifted the ban on rehiring air 
 traffic controllers that had been fired for going on strike 
 in 1981. 
1994 - Major league baseball players went on strike rather 
 than allow team owners to limit their salaries. The strike 
 lasted for 232 days. As a result, the World Series was wiped 
 out for the first time in 90 years. 
1998 - Swiss banks agreed to pay $1.25 billion as restitution 
 to World War II Holocaust victims. 
1999 - Hang Thu Thi Ngyuen shot an arrow from a bow with her 
 feet on "Guinness World Records: Primetime" and hit a target 
 that was 16 feet and 5 inches away. 
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