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Good Morning,  !

Thank you, Gloria!

Today is Thurday,  September 11

Remember 9/11/2001
What were you doing, when you got the news?

We got a foot of heavy, wet snow overnight. The leaves are
still on the trees, so a lot of trees lost major branches 
or broke in half. Power lines w ere out until just a fter 
noon.

People were picking their way around tree parts on the road,
glancing suspiciously at still standing trees and planning
an escape route in case one of them decided to split or dump
snow. "Mahry Grimmace!" "So much fer Gullible Warming, eh!"
"Have not noticed any of that Gullible Warming. That is an
icy North wind!" "Where did all that @#%$&* snow come from? 
It's still summer!" 

Nobody seemed to be happy about the snow. Yesterday's two 
inches were shrugged off, but A FOOT last night, with trees
down and power off, that just caused cussing. 
Maybe we should not have gotten rid of the 70's muscle cars?

Have FUN!
DearWebby


Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Florida Woman, who pointed a gun at lawn worker over noise Details at Boneheads Today, in From the History section at the bottom: 2001 Terrorists attacked with 4 passenger jets. 2012 Five Americans were killed and ten others were injured in the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. .
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A sales clerk asked his boss how to handle people who complained about the current prices compared to the low prices in the good old days. "Just act surprised and tell them you didn't think that they were old enough to remember them."
After booking my 80-year-old grandmother on a flight from Florida to Nevada, I called the airline to go over her special needs. The representative listened patiently as I requested a wheelchair and an attendant for my mother because of her arthritis and impaired vision to the point of near blindness. My apprehension lightened a bit when the woman assured me that everything would be taken care of. I thanked her profusely. "Oh, you're welcome," she replied. I was about to hang up when she cheerfully asked, "And will your grandmother need a rental car?"
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Gina Briggs, 26, Ormond Beach, Floriduh Florida Woman Points Gun At Lawn Worker Over Noise A Florida woman disturbed from slumber by routine grass maintenance is accused of pulling a pistol on a shocked landscaper, WKMG reports. Gina Briggs, 26, was arrested in Ormond Beach on Monday for her alleged overreaction. The victim was removing grass clippings from a sidewalk near her apartment at the time. Carlos Repicio, the victim landscaper, described the experience to WFTV. "I say, 'I got to work here.' She say, 'I don't care. You got to get out of here because I'm killing you.' And I say, 'What?' And she take the gun out and she point to me like that," said Repicio. Repicio hid behind his truck and called police, who arrived and arrested Briggs. The suspect later told police that she would have shot Repicio in the head, but, like a lawnmower missing a blade, she forgot to load the gun, according to WESH. Briggs is charged with carrying a concealed firearm and aggravated assault. She is being held at the Volusia County Jail. Tech Support Pits From: Juniper Re: Disappearing mails Dear Webby Lately I noticed that MailWasher will spool down a hundred or so mails, but then just show a listing of 15 - 20. What's the scoop? Should I be concerned? Juniper Dear Juniper That's just a sign that you are getting good with making filters. For example, if you made a filter that deletes mails automatically, if they contain the names of certain pharmaceuticals or watches or stock in the body of the mail, then MailWasher will count them, but it won't insult your eyes with that crap. Look at the pie chart at the end of the week to see what percentage of spam was nuked by different filters. Have FUN! DearWebby
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One day, a housework-challenged husband decided to wash his sweatshirt. Seconds after he stepped into the laundry room, he shouted to his wife, "What setting do I use on the washing machine?" "It depends," she replied. "What does it say on your shirt?" He yelled back, "Texas A & M."
A second grader came home from school and said to her mother, "Mom, guess what? We learned how to make babies today." The mother, more than a little surprised, tried to keep her cool. "That's interesting," she said, "How do you make babies?" "It's simple," replied the girl. "You just change 'y' to 'i' and add 'es'."

September Snows

Today in 
1297 Scotsman William Wallace defeated the English forces 
 of Sir Hugh de Cressingham at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. 
1499 French forces took over Milan, Italy. 
1609 Explorer Henry Hudson sailed into New York harbor and 
 discovered Manhattan Island and the Hudson River.
1695 Imperial troops under Eugene of Savoy defeated the Turks 
 at the Battle of Zenta. 
1709 An Anglo-Dutch-Austrian force defeated the French in 
 the Battle of Malplaquet. 
1714 Spanish and French troops broke into Barcelona and 
 ended Catalonia's sovereignty after 13 months of seige. 
1777 American forces, under General George Washington, were 
 forced to retreat at the Battle of Brandywine Creek by 
 British forces under William Howe. The Stars and Stripes 
 (American flag) were carried for the first time in the battle. 
1814 The U.S. fleet defeated a squadron of British ships in 
 the Battle of Lake Champlain, VT. 
1842 1,400 Mexican troops captured San Antonio, TX. The 
 Mexicans retreated with prisoners. 
1855 The siege of Sevastopol ended when French, British 
 and Piedmontese troops captured the main naval base of 
 the Russian Black fleet in the Crimean War. 
1875 "Professor Tidwissel's Burglar Alarm" was featured 
 in the New York Daily Graphic and became the first comic 
 strip to appear in a newspaper. 
1877 The first comic-character timepiece was patented by 
 the Waterbury Clock Company. 
1883 The mail chute was patented by James Cutler. The new 
 device was first used in the Elwood Building in Rochester, NY. 
1897 A ten-week strike of coal workers in Pennsylvania, WV, 
 and Ohio came to an end. The workers won an eight-hour workday, 
 semi-monthly pay, and company stores were abolished. 
1904 The U.S. battleship Connecticut was launched in New York. 
1910 In Hollywood, the first commercially successful electric 
 bus line opened. 
1936 Hoover Dam in Nevada was dedicated by U.S. President 
 Franklin D. Roosevelt by turning on the dam's first 
 hydroelectric generator.
1941 U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave orders to 
 attack any German or Italian vessels found in U.S. 
 defensive waters. The U.S. had not officially entered 
 World War II at this time. 
1941 Charles A. Lindbergh brought on charges of anti-Semitism 
 with a speech in which he blamed "the British, the Jewish 
 and the Roosevelt administration" for trying to draw the 
 United States into World War II. 
1952 Dr. Charles Hufnagel successfully replaced a diseased 
 aorta valve with an artificial valve made of plastic. 
1959 The U.S. Congress passed a bill authorizing the creation 
 of food stamps. 
1965 The 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) arrived in South 
 Vietnam and was stationed at An Khe. 
1974 "Little House On The Prairie" made its television debut. 
1985 A U.S. satellite passed through the tail of the 
 Giacobini-Zinner comet. It was the first on-the-spot 
 sampling of a comet. 
1990 U.S. President Bush vowed "Saddam Hussein will fail" 
 while addressing Congress on the Persian Gulf crisis. In 
 the speech Bush spoke of an objective of a new world order 
 "freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit 
 of justice, and more secure in the quest for peace". 
1991 Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev announced that 
 thousands of troops would be drawn out of Cuba. 
1997 Scotland voted to create its own Parliament after 
 290 years of union with England. 
1998 Independent counsel Kenneth Starr sent a report to 
 the U.S. Congress accusing President Clinton of 11 possible 
 impeachable offenses. 
1999 The Wall Street Journal reported that Bayer Corp. had 
 quit putting a wad of cotton in their bottles of aspirin. 
 Bayer had actually stopped the practice earlier in the year. 
2001 In the U.S., four airliners were hijacked and were 
 intentionally crashed. Two airliners hit the World Trade Center, 
 which collapsed shortly after, in New York City, NY. One 
 airliner hit the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. Another airliner 
 crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. About 3,000 people 
 were killed. 
2012 Terrorists attacked the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. 
 Four Americans were brutally murdered and ten others were injured. 
s2014  smiled.


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