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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Colorado woman, who pointed a rifle at kids, who were practising a clarinet in the neighbor's back yard Details at Boneheads Today, in 1949 "The Lone Ranger" premiered on ABC. Clayton Moore was the Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels was Tonto.
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Sometimes I get the feeling the whole world is against me, but deep down I know that's not true. Some smaller countries are neutral. --- Robert Orben A man's reach should exceed his grasp. --- Robert Browning
Two very successful psychoanalysts occupied offices in the same building. One was 40 years old, the other over 70. They rode on the elevator together at the end of an unbearably hot, sticky day. The younger man was completely done in, and he noted with some resentment that his senior was fresh as a daisy. "I don't understand," he marvelled, "how you can listen to complaining patients from morning till night, on a day like this, and still look so spry and unbothered when it's over?" The older analyst replied, "So, who listens?"
Thanks to Rosie for this story: After an overnight flight to meet my father at his latest military assignment, my mother wearily arrived at Rhein-Main Air Base in Germany with my eight siblings and me, all under the age of eleven. Collecting our many suitcases, the ten of us entered the cramped customs area. A young customs official watched our entourage in disbelief, "Ma'am," he asked, "do all these children and this luggage belong to you?" "Yes, sir," my mother said with a sigh. "They're all mine." The customs agent began his questions, "Ma'am, do you have any weapons, contraband or illegal drugs in your possession?" "Sir," she calmly answered, "if I'd had any of those items, I would have used them by now." The official allowed us to pass without opening a single suitcase.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Cheryl Ann Pifer of Clifton, Colorado Woman Points Rifle At Boy Playing Clarinet Outside A western Colorado woman is accused of pointing a rifle at several children in a neighboring backyard because she was upset that an 11-year-old boy was playing his clarinet outside. Mesa County sheriff's deputies believe 60-year-old Cheryl Ann Pifer of Clifton had been drinking before allegedly threatening the children Wednesday. The Daily Sentinel reports that the boy told Pifer he was practicing the clarinet as part of his homework and couldn't go back inside his grandmother's house because a baby was sleeping. Several of the other children in the backyard with him reported that Pifer also pointed a gun at them and yelled "Fire in the hole!" as they ran away. Deputies say Pifer's rifle wasn't loaded. Pifer declined to comment. She faces possible child abuse and felony menacing charges. Tech Support Pits From: Jerry Re: Sockets for accessories Dear Webby First of all, thanx for offering the large type option to those of us who are superannuated. I go back to the days when your connections to accessories (printers, scanners, etc.) were plentiful and you had many sizes and fittings. My Dell (surprise) has only a few ports for my accessories. Is there a multi-plug unit available so I can keep my connectors in one place? Thank you Jerry Dear Jerry There used to be docking stations for laptops, but I have not seen any for years. Nowadays you just use USB hubs. You can get them at the Dollar store with 4 - 8 sockets. You plug each one into a USB socket, and glue the hub with double-sided tape to the side of the monitor or shelf. You can glue one with the sockets facing forward and one with the sockets f acing back for added convenience. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Make Your Own Take Along Coffee Packs I love fresh brewed coffee. To make my own take along packs, I place a teaspoon or maybe a tablespoon of ground coffee into a coffee filter along with aspartame sugar and powder creamer, and fold the filter in from the sides and down from the top. I secure it with one staple like they do on tea bags and I have take along fresh brewed coffee. I can add them to hot water, heated in the microwave where ever and whenever. I make loads of these and keep them in an old empty glass lidded jar for at home and put some in a small zipock bag for my purse. This is much cheaper than buying them premade, and I can specialize them with any flavor I like. By Kimsukie from Florissant, MO http://www.
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Before Linda got married, she was quite the beauty, and didn't mind letting her boyfriend know it, too. "A lot of men are gonna be totally miserable when I marry," she told him. "Really?" asked the boyfriend, "And just how many men are you intending to marry?"
Today's Bonehead reminded me of this story: Donald MacDonald from the Isle of Skye went to study at an English university and was living in the hall of residence with all the other students there. After he had been there a month, his mother came to visit him. "And how do you find the English students, Donald?" she asked. "Mother," he replied, "they're such terrible, noisy people. The one on that side keeps banging his head on the wall and won't stop. The one on the other side screams and screams all night." "Oh Donald! How do you manage to put up with these awful noisy English neighbors?" "Mother, I do nothing. I just ignore them. I just stay here quietly, playing my bagpipes."

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Today in 
1775 An early and unofficial American flag was raised by 
 Lieutenant Colonel Isaac Mott after the seizing of Fort 
 Johnson from the British. The flag was dark blue with 
 the white word "Liberty" spelled on it. 
1776 British forces occupied New York City during the 
 American Revolution. 
1821 Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador 
 proclaimed independence. 
1853 Reverend Antoinette Brown Blackwell was ordained becoming 
 first female minister in the United States. 
1857 Timothy Alder earned a patent for the typesetting machine. 
1858 The first mail service began to the Pacific Coast of the U.S. 
 under government contract. Coaches from the Butterfield Overland 
 Mail Company took 12 days to make the journey between Tipton, MO 
 and San Francisco, CA. 
1909 Charles F. Kettering applied for a patent on his ignition 
 system. His company Delco (Dayton Engineering Laboratories 
 Company) later became a subsidiary of General Motors. 
1916 During the Battle of the Somme, in France, tanks were 
 first used in warfare when the British rolled them onto the 
1917 Alexander Kerensky proclaimed Russia to be a republic. 
1923 Oklahoma was placed under martial law by Gov. John 
 Calloway Walton due to terrorist activity by the Ku Klux 
 Klan. After this declaration national newspapers began to 
 expose the Klan and its criminal activities. 
1928 Alexander Fleming discovered the antibiotic penicillin 
 in the mold Penicillium notatum. 
1935 The Nuremberg Laws were enacted by Nazi Germany. The 
 act stripped all German Jews of their civil rights and the 
 swastika was made the official symbol of Nazi Germany. 
1940 The German Luftwaffe suffered the loss of 185 planes in 
 the Battle of Britain. The change in tide forced Hitler to 
 abandon his plans for invading Britain. 
1949 "The Lone Ranger" premiered on ABC. Clayton Moore was the 
 Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels was Tonto. 
1950 U.N. forces landed at Inchon, Korea in an attempt to 
 relieve South Korean forces and recapture Seoul. 
1953 The National Boxing Association adopted the 10-point 
 scoring system for all of its matches. 
1955 Betty Robbins became the first woman cantor. 
1959 Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in the U.S. 
 to begin a 13-day visit. 
1961 The U.S. resumed underground testing of nuclear weapons. 
1965 "Lost in Space" premiered on CBS TV. 
1965 "Green Acres" premiered on CBS TV. 
1978 Muhammad Ali defeated Leon Spinks to win his 3rd World 
 Heavyweight Boxing title. 
1982 The first issue of "USA Today" was published. 
1983 The U.S. Senate joined the U.S. House of Representatives
 in their condemning of the Soviet Union for shooting down a 
 Korean jet with 269 people onboard. 
1990 France announced that it would send an additional 4,000 
 soldiers to the Persian Gulf. They also expelled Iraqi 
 military attaches in Paris. 
1993 The FBI announced a new national campaign concerning 
 the crime of carjacking. 
1994 U.S. President Clinton told Haiti's military leaders 
 "Your time is up. Leave now or we will force you from power." 
1998 Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ordered the Iranian military to 
 be on full alert and massed troops on its border with 
1998 It was announced that 5.9 million people read The Starr 
 Report on the Internet. 606,000 people read the White House 
 defense of U.S. President Clinton. 
1999 The United Nations approved the deployment of a 
 multinational peacekeeping force in East Timor. 
2003 In Independence, MO, the birthplace of Ginger Rogers 
was designated a local landmark. The move by the Independence 
City Council qualified the home for historic preservation.
2014  smiled.

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