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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to an Arkansas teacher who got caught messing with a 13 year old and leaving a trail of naked pictures on Snapchat Details at Boneheads From the History section at the bottom: Today, in 1807 Robert Fulton's "North River Steam Boat" (known as the "Clermont") began heading up New York's Hudson River on its successful round-trip to Albany.
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Thanks to Susan for this story: After my husband and I had a huge argument, we ended up not talking to each other for days. Finally, on the third day, he asked where one of his shirts was. "Oh," I said, "So now you're speaking to me." He looked confused, "What are you talking about?" "Haven't you noticed I haven't spoken to you for three days?" I challenged. "No," he said, "I just thought we were getting along."
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At one of the last all girl schools in Dallas years ago, the instructor in a "Charm Course" was urging her students to give their escorts every chance to be gallant. She said, "Remain seated in the truck until he has had time to step around and open the door for you." Then, returning to reality, she added, "But, if the guy is in the restaurant flirting at the waitress, don't wait any longer."
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Reported by William An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Mary Faith McCormick, Arkansas teacher who got caught messing with a 13 year old and leaving a trail of naked pictures on Snapchat A sixth-grade teacher in the rural northwest corner of Arkansas was arrested on Wednesday and charged with having multiple sexual encounters with a 13-year-old boy. The teacher is 32-year-old Mary Faith McCormick, reports local CBS affiliate KFSM. She is a sixth-grade teacher at Siloam Springs Intermediate School. Local police, who began investigating last week after receiving a few anonymous reports, say the forbidden love began on a dare. Specifically, one of the unnamed 13-year-old boy’s friends dared the kid to call McCormick. One thing led to another, and the 19 years separating McCormick and the student proved to be no physical barrier. One of the trysts occurred after the boy and a friend took in a movie at McCormick’s residence. (It’s not clear if it was the same friend who proposed the dare.) Like a good wingman, the friend left after the flick was over. McCormick and her 13-year-old lover then allegedly had sex. There’s also the very impressive trail of Snapchat messages, which includes nude photographs and much raunchiness. A police investigation of McCormick’s Snapchat account uncovered a treasure trove of photos and videos related to the affair. A 12-year-old female friend of the 13-year-old boy came across one of the Snapchat sessions when she was using the boy’s phone, and as girls always do, snooped around. Among the messages was a photo of McCormick wearing just a towel. Another photo shows a pair of breasts that police believe belong to McCormick — but investigators say they can’t be sure until they can get her to s trip for them. An unidentified witness told police about a photo of McCormick — with wet hair and breasts mostly bare — and text reading. “I’m not dirty anymore,” according to the KFSM. The CBS affiliate notes that McCormick is currently married and has a daughter. Her father is a teacher in the local school district. The full, three-page arrest affidavit has been made publicly available by the station. Highlights include the 13-year-old boy telling police that he used Snapchat to send McCormick a picture of “his ‘boner.’” The 12-year-old girl who borrowed the phone said she recalled a message on the photo-messaging application from McCormick to the 13-year-old that read “I want to climb your cock,” or something similar. Also, the 13-year-old boy told police that McCormick had picked him up in her car just a couple weeks ago and drove him to a plot of land “where she is building her new house.” The teen then fondly reconstructed the events that transpired by explaining that McCormick was “sucking his dick.” McCormick faces at least one felony rape count. She was released from jail on Thursday after posting bond of $50,000. School district officials have suspended her with pay. Tech Support Pits From: Irene Re: Can Open Office open MS Office files? Dear Webby I have a lot of files that I wrote at work over the years with the MS Office we have there. Yeah, I know, naughty, naughty! The problem is, now that I am retired, I had to get my own computer, but there is no way I am going to pay the outrageous price for MS Office. I uploaded all my stuff to DropBox, and can retrieve it from there. Actually, I have already downloaded most of it. Can I open those MS Weird and MS Excel files with Open Office? Thanks Irene Dear Irene Yes, sure. You can open and edit them with Open Office, and even save them back into Microsoft format, or into Open Office format. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Coin Purse for Broken Keyless Remote My keychain/car remote broke. The small end that had a hole that allowed the metal ring to loop through it broke so I couldn't hook the key ring to the remote anymore. They are EXPENSIVE to replace and I wanted the convenience of the remote and the keys hooked together. I thought about the shape and rummaged through my 'junk drawer' for an old plastic coin purse that my kids used to use. If you squeeze the ends, it opens to put coins OR to put my remote in there! I am sure they are in dollar stores everywhere. It fit great over the entire remote and I could hook my keys to it again. Just a little thing to make my life easier and I've used it happily every since! By Donna [126] You can also take an old key, lay it on the back of the remote, so that the eyelet sticks out beyond it, and mark where the battery door is. Saw it off there. They are brass and easy sawing. Cover the battery door with some tape and epoxy the key onto the back, and you will have a much sturdier eyelet than the original plastic. Have FUN! DearWebby Check out ThriftyFun's Blog
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From Nanarina Did you know these connections? ABC News executive producer Ian Cameron is married to Susan Rice, National Security Adviser. CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, Obama’s Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications. ABC News correspondent Claire Shipman is married to Whitehouse Press Secretary Jay Carney ABC News and Univision reporter Matthew Jaffe is married to Katie Hogan, Obama’s Deputy Press Secretary ABC President Ben Sherwood is the brother of Obama’s Special Adviser Elizabeth Sherwood CNN President Virginia Moseley is married to former Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Secretary Tom Nides. ------------- Not a joke, but rather funny anyway.
A middle aged man wasn't feeling well, so he went to the doctor for a check up. After a thorough examination, the doctor said, "Well, based on my examination, the best thing for you is to cut out all sweets and fatty foods, give up alcohol, and stop smoking." The man said, "Well, to be honest with you Doc, I don't deserve the best. What's the second best?"

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Today in 
1790 The capital city of the U.S. moved to Philadelphia 
 from New York City. 
1807 Robert Fulton's "North River Steam Boat" (known as 
 the "Clermont") began heading up New York's Hudson River 
 on its successful round-trip to Albany. 
1815 Napoleon began serving his exile when he arrived at 
 the island of St. Helena. 
1859 A hot air balloon was used to carry mail for the first 
 time. John Wise left Lafayette, IN, for New York City with 
 100 letters. He had to land after only 27 miles. 
1863 Federal batteries and ships bombarded Fort Sumter in 
 Charleston, SC, harbor during the Civil War. 
1896 The Klondike gold rush was set off by George Carmack 
 discovering gold on Rabbit Creek in the Yukon. 
1903 Joseph Pulitzer donated a million dollars to Columbia 
 University. This started the Pulitzer Prizes in his name. 
1915 Charles F. Kettering received a patent for an 
 electric ignition device like the ones used in cars for 
 20 years. 
1943 The Allied conquest of Sicily was completed as U.S. 
 and British forces entered Messina. 
1945 The nationalists of Indonesia declared their 
 independence from the Netherlands. 
1961 The Communist East German government completed the 
 construction of the Berlin Wall. 
1978 Maxie Anderson, Ben Abruzzo and Larry Newman became 
 the first to land after a successful trans-Atlantic balloon 
 flight. The voyage began in Presque Isle, ME and ended in 
 Miserey, France. 
1982 The U.S. Senate approved an immigration bill that granted 
 permanent resident status to illegal aliens who had arrived 
 in the United States before 1977. 
1985 A year-long strike began when 1,400 Geo. A. Hormel and Co. 
 meat packers walked off the job. 
1992 Woody Allen admitted to being romantically involved with 
 Soon-Yi Previn. The girl was the adopted daughter of Mia 
 Farrow, Allen's longtime companion. 
1996 A military cargo plane crashed in Wyoming killing eight 
 crewmembers and a Secret Service employee. The plane was 
 carrying gear for U.S. President Clinton. 
1998 U.S. President Clinton admitted to having an improper 
 relationship with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern. 
1998 NationsBank and BankAmerica merge to create the largest 
 U.S. bank. 
1998 Russia devalued the ruble. 
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