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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Georgia woman hides in oven, cops find her anyway. Details at Boneheads Today, in 1960 The first nuclear powered aircraft carrier was launched. The USS Enterprise set out from Newport News, VA.
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A salesman of many years is tired of his job and gives it up to become a policeman. One day, while he's walking his beat, he meets an old friend who asks him how he likes his new work. "Well," says the salesman-turned-cop, "the pay is good and the hours aren't bad. But what I like best is that the customer is always wrong
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Desma KaShay Brown,25, Thomasville, Georgia Fugitive Desma KaShay Brown Hides In Oven Was she cooking up another misguided caper? A Georgia woman wanted on credit card fraud charges was found sweating it out in an oven on Thursday, according to police. Desma KaShay Brown, 25, is accused of using a debit card belonging to her 61-year-old housemate to order $428 worth of clothing earlier this month. The clothes were shipped to Brown's relative's home. When the man's bank statement arrived, he called police. The man said Brown hadn't been home, and initially Thomasville Police officers were unable to locate her. But on Wednesday, cops got a tip that Brown might be hiding out at a nearby house. They found the suspect, who is about 5 feet 4 inches tall, in a very unusual place. “We found her curled up in the oven,” Thomasville Police detective Joey Blackburn told the Times-Enterprise. Police said that although Brown said she'd only been hiding inside the oven for about five minutes, she was already sweating profusely. She is charged with four counts of financial transaction card fraud, and remains behind bars at the Thomas County Jail on an outstanding probation violation warrant. Tech Support Pits From: Bob Re: Windows 32 or 64 bit? Hi Webby, How do I find out whether I have 32 bit or 64 bit. I have a Sony VGC-RB30 Desk Top with XP SP 3 VAIO Pentium (R) 4 CPU 3.00 GH 2. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Daily Voter, Bob Dear Bob Hold down the Windows key, and hit the PAUSE key. The Windows key is the key with the Windows flag on it. Tha Pause key is in the upper right corner labelled Pause/Break. After a short time a window will pop up that has many of your machine specifics. If you need a more complete inventory, download and install the Belarc from my tools page at The Belarc is VERY complete, and a good idea to run and print before lending or renting a machine out, or before sending it away for repair. It is also good for insurance purposes. Other than that, the Belarc is probably way too detailed for what you need. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Use White Rain Shampoo As Body Wash I pay a small fortune for my allergen free chocolate chips. I also snack on them. One day when I needed to bake, I realized I only had about 1/4 of a bag left. I took a leap and used that in the cookies. They were fantastic and no one noticed the "scant" amount of chips. Soon I was taking my newly-purchased bags and dividing them up into 1/3 cup portions, putting them into plastic sandwich-sized bags and then storing them in my chocolate drawer. Yes, chocoholic that I am, I actually have a chocolate drawer. I get 4 (or more) portions per bag, as each bag has about 1 1/3 cups of chips in them, whether my allergen free ones OR the usual dairy-loaded ones we all grew up on. My only fear about sharing this frugal tip has been that once the manufacturers get wind of this they will begin selling them in 1/3 cup bags for the same outrageous price I have to pay now, about $5.59 per bag! So now I have enough chips for anything I must bake and I can more easily swallow (pun intended) and justify the stiff price I pay for a bag. Give it a try. Make a batch of your usual, using only 1/3 cup of your chips (on the QT) and see if anyone complains or compliments. But, please, keep this tip hush-hush! Use Less Chocolate Chips in Recipes Use Less Chocolate Chips in Recipes Use Less Chocolate Chips in Recipes Source: My kitchen By J'Marinde [3] http://www.
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Two sweet young ladies are driving through Louisiana. When they reach the town of Natchitoches, they started arguing about the pronunciation of the name. They argue back and forth until they stop for lunch. As they stand at the counter, one asks the manager, "Before we order, could you please settle an argument for us? Would you please tell us where we are? We're having trouble deciding how to pronounce it." The Asian looking manager leans over the counter and says, "Goodness Gwacious Mee, you ah at Belga Kink." (Burger King)
There are doctors and there are doctors. That's a lesson a young woman at a barbecue learns when she introduces herself to another guest. She had heard him addressed as 'doctor,' so she says, "Doctor, may I ask a question?" "Certainly," he says. "Well, I have been having a funny pain right here, above the heart." The guest interrupts her, "I'm terribly sorry, but the truth is, I'm a doctor of philosophy." "Oh," says the young woman, "I'm sorry." Embarrassed, she turns away, but curiosity gets the better of her. "Just one more question, Doctor," she says. "What kind of disease is philosophy?"

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Today in 
1869 Thousands of businessmen were financially ruined after 
 a panic on Wall Street. The panic was caused by an attempt 
 to corner the gold market by Jay Gould and James Fisk. 
1915 "The Lamb," Douglas Fairbanks first film, was shown 
 at the Knickerbocker Theater in New York City, NY. 
1929 The first all-instrument flight took place in New York 
 when Lt. James H. Doolittle guided a Consolidated NY2 
 Biplane over Mitchell Field. 
1957 U.S. President Eisenhower sent federal troops to Little 
 Rock, AR, to enforce school integration. 
1960 The first nuclear powered aircraft carrier was launched. 
 The USS Enterprise set out from Newport News, VA. 
1963 The U.S. Senate ratified a treaty that limited nuclear 
 testing. The treaty was between the U.S., Britain, and the 
 Soviet Union. 
1995 Three decades of Israeli occupation of West Bank cities 
 ended with the signing of a pact by Israel and the PLO. 
1996 The United States, represented by President Clinton, 
 and the world's other major nuclear powers signed a 
 Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty to end all testing and 
 development of nuclear weapons. 
1998 The U.S. Federal Reserve released into circulation 
 $2 billion in new harder-to-counterfeit $20 bills. 
2001 U.S. President George W. Bush froze the assets of 
 27 suspected terrorists and terrorist groups. 
2014  smiled.

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