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Today's International Bonehead Award goes to a Rhode Island man got 4 DUIs in 30 hours by crashing 4 different vehicles. Details at Boneheads Today, in 2012 China launched its first aircraft carrier into service.
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Money can't buy happiness, but neither can poverty. --- Leo Rosten (1908 - ) Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it's just the opposite. --- John Kenneth Galbraith (1908 - 2006)
>From Roland

>From Clyde I enjoyed the joke about Natchitoches! I grew up in Natchitoches and left in 1942 when I enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps at age 18. Natchitoches is pronounced Nak-a-tish! You should try some Natcitoches Meat Pies~~really delicious! You can get the recipe on Google or Yahoo. Natchitoches is the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase ~~1714.
A well-off young man is moving from apartment to another a few streets away. Observing with dismay the carefree way in which the moving crew yanks his cherished antiques about, he decides he'll carry a tall grandfather's clock, which he prizes highly. Taking the clock in his arms he starts for the new house. But the clock is as tall as its owner and heavy, so he has to put it down every few feet to rest his arms and mop his brow. Then he clutches the clock again and staggers on. He's nearly at the new house when a drunk, who's been watching the fellow struggle, calls out to him. "Mischter," he says thickly, "can I ash you a quest'n?" "What is it?" the exhausted young man says. "Why the heck don'shou carry a watsch?"
A father attends a PTA meeting where the principal explains that the school's sex education classes are to begin soon and urges the parents to have some basic discussions with their kids at home first. The father had given his older boy a "birds and bees" talk two years before and wants to spare himself the ordeal again. When he gets home, he calls the boy into the study and asks him to give his younger brother the instruction he had been given two years before. The boy agrees and rushes off to talk with his younger brother. "Hey, bro," he says, "want to know something?" "What?" the younger lad asks. "You know how a man and a woman get together when they want to have kids?" "Yeah?" "Well, Dad wants me to tell you that birds and bees and flowers do the same thing."
Thanks to Lillemor for sending this picture: Click through for the large picture This 144 years old Wisteria Tree located in Japan, its size is about half an acre and it is the biggest of its kind.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to John Lourenco, 53, Cumberland, RI FOUR DUI crashes in 30 hours John Lourenco, 53, crashed four vehicles while driving drunk -- three into other vehicles and one into a tree, police said. After leaving the hospital following one of the crashes, Lourenco even got behind the wheel of a dump truck and crashed it too. The first three crashes occurred in Cumberland, while the fourth happened in Providence. Lourenco faces charges of reckless driving, refusing a breathalyzer, driving under the influence and driving without evidence of insurance. Some reports say he had a DUI last year and probably no drivers license. He was released from custody on $25,000 bail. Many news services reported about Loureco's crashes and DUIs, but NO news service has a mug shot of Lourenco. He must have some incredibly good connections. Tech Support Pits From: Daniel Re: Animations in email Dear Webby, If you copy an animated picture and paste it to email, why won't it go to the animated feature? daniel Dear Daniel That depends on the email program you use. Some work, some don't. Usually web based email programs like Thunderbird or Gmail display animations, text based programs like Outlook Express usually don't, Older programs like Eudora show the animation when receiving, but not while composing a mail. Animations always work when shown on a web page, like for example this one: BRB http://webby.com/humor/brb.gif You can always just put the URL into your email or chat. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Use fewer chocolate chips 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. thriftyfun.com/
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>From Lillemor An Arab Sheik was admitted to Hospital for heart surgery, but prior to the surgery, the doctors needed to store his type of blood in case the need arose. As the gentleman had a very rare type of blood, it couldn't be found locally, so the call went out. Finally, a Scotsman was located who had the same blood type. The Scot willingly donated his blood for the Arab. The Arab sent the Scotsman, as appreciation for giving his blood, a new BMW, diamonds & $100,000, happy that his surgery could now go ahead. A couple of months later, once again, the Arab had to go through a corrective surgery. His doctor telephoned the Scotsman who was more than happy to donate his blood again. After the second surgery, the Arab sent the Scotsman a thank-you card and a box of Quality Street chocolates. The Scotsman was shocked that the Arab did not repeat his previous kind gesture as he had anticipated. He phoned the Arab and asked him: "I thought you would be generous again, that you would give me a BMW, diamonds & money, but you only gave me a thank-you card and a box of Quality Street .." To this the Arab replied: "Aye, laddie, but I now have Scottish blood in me veins."
A little boy comes home from the playground with a bloody nose, a black eye and torn clothing. It is obvious he was in a bad fight and he lost. While his father is patching him up, he asks his son what happened. "Well, Dad," says the boy, "I challenged a kid at school to a duel, and I gave him his choice of weapons." "Uh-huh," says the father, "that seems fair." "I know, but I never thought he'd choose his big sister!"

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Today in 
1493 Christopher Columbus left Spain with 17 ships on his 
 second voyage to the Western Hemisphere. 
1513 The Pacific Ocean was discovered by Spanish explorer 
 Vasco Nunez de Balboa when he crossed the Isthmus of Panama. 
 He named the body of water the South Sea.
1775 Ethan Allen was captured by the British during the 
 American Revolutionary War. He was leading the attack on 
 Montreal. 
1789 The first U.S. Congress adopted 12 amendments to the 
 Constitution. Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights. 
1847 During the Mexican-American War, U.S. forces led by 
 General Zachary Taylor captured Monterrey Mexico. 
1882 The first major league double header was played. It was 
 between the Worcester and Providence teams. 
1890 The Sequoia National Park was established as a U.S. 
 National Park in Central California. 
1890 Mormon President Wilford Woodruff issued a Manifesto 
 in which the practice of polygamy was renounced. 
1919 U.S. President Woodrow Wilson collapsed after a speech 
 in Pueblo, CO. The speaking tour was in support of the 
 Treaty of Versailles. 
1956 A transatlantic telephone-cable system began operation 
 between Newfoundland and Scotland. 
1957 300 U.S. Army troops stood guard as nine black students 
 were escorted to class at Central High School in 
 Little Rock, AR. The children had been forced to withdraw 
 2 days earlier because of unruly white mobs. 
1973 The three crewmen of Skylab II landed in the Pacific 
 Ocean after being on the U.S. space laboratory for 59 days. 
1978 Melissa Ludtke, a writer for "Sports Illustrated", filed 
 a suit in U.S. District Court. The result was that Major 
 League Baseball could not bar female writers from the 
 locker room after the game. 
1983 A Soviet military officer, Stanislav Petrov, averted a 
 potential worldwide nuclear war. He declared a false alarm 
 after a U.S. attack was detected by a Soviet early warning 
 system. It was later discovered the alarms had been set off 
 when the satellite warning system mistakenly interpreted 
 sunlight reflections off clouds as the presence of enemy 
 missiles. 
1987 The booty collected from the Wydah, which sunk off 
 Cape Cod in 1717, was auctioned off. The worth was around 
 $400 million. 
1990 The U.N. Security Council voted to impose an air embargo 
 against Iraq. Cuba was the only dissenting vote. 
1991 The U.N. Security Council unanimously ordered a worldwide 
 arms embargo against Yugoslavia and all of its warring factions. 
1992 In Orlando, FL, a judge ruled in favor of 12-year-old 
 Gregory Kingsley. He had sought a divorce from his 
 biological parents. 
1992 The Mars Observer blasted off on a mission that cost 
 $980 million. The probe has not been heard from since it 
 reached Mars in August of 1993. 
1995 Ross Perot announced that he would form the 
 Independence Party. 
2001 Michael Jordan announced that he would return to the 
 NBA as a player for the Washington Wizards. Jordan became 
 the president of basketball operations for the team on 
 January 19, 2000. 
2002 U.S. forces landed in Ivory Coast to aid in the rescue 
 of foreigners trapped in a school by fighting between 
 government troops and rebel troops. Rebels had attempted 
 to take over the government on September 19. 
2012 China launched its first aircraft carrier into service.
2014  smiled.


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