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Today's Bonehead Award goes to a NY woman arrested for DWI twice in 3 hours Details at Boneheads Today, in 1989 Mitsubishi Estate Company announced it would buy 51 percent of Rockefeller Group Inc. of New York.
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Free beer for workers who finish timesheets MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) -- A Minneapolis ad agency is encouraging employees to fill out their timesheets with a machine that trades a completed sheet for a free glass of beer. The Tapserver at Minneapolis firm Colle + McVoy asks employees to scan their keycards and the system then verifies that the worker's time sheet has been completed. The worker is rewarded with their choice of beer from the machine's "multi-keg beer deployment system," which includes several different brews. "The technology used includes several Arduinos, a Node-based server, solenoids and a Raspberry Pi. The software was written to tie seamlessly with Colle + McVoy's timekeeping application," the company said. The company said timesheet completion has improved by 90 % since the machine was deployed.
>From Bill My wife-to-be and I were at the county clerk's office to get our marriage license. After recording the vital information; names, dates of birth, etc. the clerk handed me our license and deadpanned, "No refunds, no exchanges, no warranties."
We were celebrating the 100th anniversary of our church, and several former pastors and the bishop were in attendance. At one point, our minister had the children gather at the altar for a talk about the importance of the day. He began by asking, "Does anyone know what the bishop does?" There was silence. Finally, one little boy answered gravely, "He's the one you can move diagonally."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD Catherine Butler, NY woman arrested for DWI twice in 3 hours On Saturday morning, police in Gates, New York, arrested Catherine Butler twice in three hours for DWI. Butler, 26, was first arrested around 2 a.m. for DWI and for operating a vehicle without headlights. A friend picked her up at the police station and took her home. Less than three hours later, Butler was allegedly caught swerving on a local road and charged a second time with DWI, reports. Police said Butler's blood alcohol level was .11 percent the first time and .09 percent the second time. Both were above the legal limit of .08 percent, reports. Police said the second DWI marked Butler's fourth arrest for driving drunk. The other two were in 2006 and 2011. Despite the earlier arrests, police said Butler had a valid driver's license because her earlier DWI charges were reduced to impaired driving, allowing her to keep driving legally. Tech Support Pits From: Chris Re: Magic SMTP Dear Webby What is the name of the magic SMTP company, that allows you to use your own domain name for the SMTP, even if your ISP does not allow that? Chris Dear Chris It's They have free accounts for low volume mail and paid accounts fro large companies. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A father was at the beach with his children when the four-year-old son ran up to him, grabbed his hand, and led him to the shore, where a seagull lay dead in the sand. "Daddy, what happened to him?" the son asked. "He died and went to Heaven," the dad replied. The boy thought a moment and then said, "Did God throw him back down?"
Daily tip from Storing Cheese To keep cheese fresh, upon arriving home from the market take out the cheese and wrap first in wax paper and use tape to make it snug. Then wrap in plastic wrap. Mark each pkg with the type and date purchased. Then freeze what you don't think you'll use somewhat quickly. This maybe a pain to do but it sure beats throwing out moldy cheese and pouring money down the drain. Also, keep your Saran Wrap in the fridge as it dramatically helps it come out smoother and is easy to "handle". By Jeffs pics [2]
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Signs warning of closed roadways are frequently ignored in rural Minnesota, so highway workers barely took notice when a woman drove past their sign and over the hill to the trench they had dug in the middle of the road. The workers explained the detour route to town, and she went on her way. They were surprised, however, to see the same woman coming toward them from town a couple of hours later. "Oh," she said distractedly as she again pulled up next to the trench crew. "Is it closed in this direction too?"
One woman was talking to her friend, "You should listen to my neighbor," she says. "She is always bad-mouthing her poor husband behind his back. I think that's so rude. Look at me! My husband is fat, lazy and cheap; but have you ever heard me say a bad word about about him?"

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Today in 
1817 The independent government of Venezuela was established 
 by Simon Bolivar. 
1831 Escaped slave Nat Turner was apprehended in Southampton 
 County, VA, several weeks after leading the bloodiest slave 
 uprising in American history. 
1875 The constitution of Missouri was ratified by popular vote. 
1893 The U.S. Senate gave final approval to repeal the Sherman 
 Silver Purchase Act of 1890. 
1894 The time clock was patented by Daniel M. Cooper of 
 Rochester, NY. 
1938 Orson Welles' "The War of the Worlds" aired on CBS radio. 
 The belief that the realistic radio dramatization was a live 
 news event about a Martian invasion caused panic among 
1945 The U.S. government announced the end of shoe rationing. 
1953 General George C. Marshall was awarded the Nobel Peace 
1961 The Soviet Union tested a hydrogen bomb with a force of 
 approximately 58 megatons. 
1961 The Soviet Party Congress unanimously approved an order 
 to remove Joseph Stalin's body from Lenin's tomb. 
1972 U.S. President Richard Nixon approved legislation to 
 increase Social Security spending by $5.3 billion. 
1972 In Illinois, 45 people were killed when two trains 
 collided on Chicago's south side. 
1975 Prince Juan Carlos assumed power in Spain as dictator 
 Francisco Franco was near death. 
1975 The New York Daily News ran the headline 
 "Ford to City: Drop Dead." The headline came a day after U.S. 
 President Gerald R. Ford said he would veto any proposed 
 federal bailout of New York City. 
1982 Portugal's constitution was revised for the first time 
 since it was ratified on April 25, 1976. 
1984 In Poland, police found the body of kidnapped pro-
 Solidarity priest Father Jerry Popieluszko. His death was 
 blamed on four security officers. 
1989 Mitsubishi Estate Company announced it would buy 51 
 percent of Rockefeller Group Inc. of New York. 
1993 Martin Fettman, America's first veterinarian in space, 
 performed the world's first animal dissections in space, 
 while aboard the space shuttle Columbia. 
1993 The United Nations deadline concerning ousted Haitian 
 President Jean-Bertrand Aristide passed with country's 
 military still in control. 
1995 Federalist prevailed over separatists in Quebec in a 
 referendum concerning secession from the federation 
 of Canada. 
1998 The terrorist who hijacked a Turkish Airlines plane 
 and the 39 people on board were killed when anti-terrorist 
 squads raided the plane. 
2001 In New York City, U.S. President George W. Bush threw 
 out the first pitch at Game 3 of the World Series between 
 the New York Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks. 
 Unlike Obama, Bush knew how to pitch.
2001 Michael Jordan returned to the NBA with the Washington 
 Wizards after a 3 1/2 year retirement. The Wizards lost 
 93-91 to the New York Knicks.

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