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Today is Wednesday, November 5

Election is over. No surprises.
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Today's Bonehead Award goes to a Massachusets rapist sent to jail without bail after he cut off his GPS bracelet. Details at Boneheads Today, in 1963 Archaeologists found the remains of a Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland. Hagar's great-grandfather was there centuries before Columbus found the Caribbean islands.
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The only sure thing about luck is that it will change. --- Bret Harte (1836 - 1902)
My niece's class assignment was to interview a senior citizen about his or her life, so she asked me, "What was the biggest historical event that happened during your childhood?" "I'd have to say the moonwalk," I replied. She looked disappointed. "That dance was so important to you?" I asked her if she knew where the moon is, or if kids nowadays are totally clueless.
The 104-year-old building that had served as the priory and primary student residence of the small Catholic university where I work was about to be demolished. As the wrecker's ball began to strike, I sensed the anxiety and sadness experienced by one of the older monks whose order had founded the college. "This must be difficult to watch, Father," I said. "The tradition associated with that building, the memories of all the students and monks who lived and worked there. I can't imagine how hard this must be for you." "It's worse than that," the monk replied. "I think I left my PalmPilot in there."
Below, are examples of sixth grade research projects. Enjoy! 1. Ancient Egypt was inhabited by mummies and they all wrote in hydraulics. They lived in the Sarah Dessert. the climate of the Sarah is such that the inhabitants have to live elsewhere. 2. Moses led the Hebrew slaves to the Red Sea where they made unleavened bread which is bread made without any ingredients. Moses went up on Mount Cyanide to get the ten commandments. He died before he ever reached Canada. 3. Solomon had three hundred wives and seven porcupines. 4. The Greeks were a highly sculptured people and without em we wouldn't have history. The Greeks also had myths. A myth is a female moth. 5. Socrates was a famous Greek teacher who went around giving people advice. His wife killed him. Socrates died from an overdose of wedlock. After his death, his career suffered a dramatic decline. 6. In the Olympic games, Greeks ran races, jumped, hurled biscuits, and threw the java. 7. Julius Caesar extinquished himself on the battlefields of Gaul. The Ides of March murdered him because they thought he was going to be made king. Dying, he gasped out Tee hee, Brutus. 8. Joan of Arc was burnt to a steak and was canonized by Bernard Shaw.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD Gregory Lewis, 26, Massachusets No Bail For Rape Suspect Accused Of Cutting Off GPS Monitoring Bracelet Gregory Lewis, an alleged serial rapist arrested last week in Fort Edward after a nationwide manhunt, was arraigned Monday in Worcester, Mass., Superior Court. Lewis was returned Friday to Worcester from Washington County to face charges in the case that began his nationwide crime spree, a Sept. 15 attack on his stepfather in Southbridge, Mass., during which he allegedly took the man's Jeep and fled the state. Lewis had been charged with the Aug. 6 alleged rape and assault of a 13-year-old girl in Southbridge and had an ankle bracelet put on him as a condition of his bail, authorities said, After assaulting his family Sept. 15 and taking the vehicle, Lewis cut off the anklet and tossed it onto the front lawn of the rape victim's home and began his alleged multi-state crime spree. Lewis, 26, of Southbridge was arraigned Monday on 17 felony counts before Judge James R. Lemire. Lewis pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape of a child aggravated by age difference, two counts of indecent assault and battery on a child, indecent exposure and receiving stolen property in the Aug. 6 incident. In a second indictment opened Monday, dealing with the Sept. 15 incident, Lewis faces charges of aggravated kidnapping, armed robbery and assault and battery on an elderly person as well as larceny, weapons and intimidation charges, according to Tim Connolly, spokesman for the office of Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. Lewis was sent to jail without bail. Another hearing on bail, called a dangerousness hearing in Massachusetts, is scheduled for Nov. 10, Connolly said. Following that hearing, if the judge determines Lewis to be a danger to the community, he will be returned to jail without bail for 90 days, at which time the process would be repeated, Connolly said. Lewis is suspected of committing rapes and other crimes in several states over the six-week period he was on the run. Charges also have been drawn up against Lewis in Denver, Colo., according to Lynn Kimbrough, spokeswoman for the Denver District Attorney. In that city, Lewis was indicted on charges attempted murder, sexual assault, assault and aggravated robbery charges. Lewis allegedly made arrangements to meet a woman in Denver, then attacked and sexually assaulted her and robbed her at gunpoint, Kimbrough said. Lewis was arrested in Fort Edward late Oct. 28 after he crashed a Jeep into the Hudson River while trying to elude police. He pointed a gun at a man who went to his aid and was tracked down by a sheriff's deputy and his dog, Fort Edward police said. During the next six weeks, police said, Lewis drove around the country, robbing and raping female escorts in Colorado, Oregon, North Carolina and other states. Tech Support Pits From: JoAnn Re: IE can't display pages Dear Webby! I found that there are a lot of people having the same problem as me and you are my first place to ask for some help. I went to the to pay my bill as usual and found this message and no matter what I tried, and later my son tried to no avail to fix this problem. Robocop is my mail way of going to my websites to pay my bills by the way. Has worked for Many years. So many that I do not think that my 80 yr. old brain can redo the info I have there. That will be another story pretty soon. Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Anyway, not all sites were not available. Mainly the major sites like American Express, Discover,Visa etc. My Chase acct. worked fine but my other two banks didn't. I sounded like some kind of security thing but we just were not able to get around things to correct this. I used Mozilla to get my bills paid. I do not know how to go about changing things with the Robocop so that it would use the Mozilla automatically. Have you run into this hit and miss site problem recently? This started with me some last month but not until November have I had this happen as described above with my bank and other accounts. I thank you for your attention to my problem. Take care of your eyes!! The rest of you too come to think of it. Yours, JoAnn Dear JoAnn You are the second subscriber reporting this same problem this morning. Since you can get in there with FireFox, just make FireFox your default browser. Or Chrome. I have dumped Internet Exploder years ago, for that and a few other reasons, and have not missed it even once. Go to one of those banks with FireFox, or Chrome if you prefer. Click on FILE, SAVE, and save the page to an easy to find spot on your hard drive. It's OK to jog all the way up to C:\ Right-click START, Windows File Explorer look for that saved file Right-click it Choose Default Program (at the bottom of the choices) There you see all the browsers, that you have installed. Choose FireFox or Chrome That's all there is to it. From now on the computer will use your chosen browser for that type of file. Keep in mind, banks sometimes use shtm or other file name extensions, not just .htm, and you might have to do the same, once, for all the different types of file names they use. You can also go after that preference through the control panel, but that is a bit more confusing. Have FUN! DearWebby
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An elderly parish priest was tending his garden near a convent when a passerby stopped to inquire after the priest's much-loved roses. "Not bad," said the priest. "But they suffer from a disease peculiar to this area known as the black death." "What on earth is that?" asked the passerby, anxious to increase his garden knowledge. "Nuns with scissors."
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The latest telephone poll taken by the Texas Governor's office, asked whether people who live in Texas think illegal immigration is a serious problem: 29% of respondents answered: "Yes, it is a serious problem." 71% of respondents answered: "No es una problema seriosa"
A farmer named Muldoon lived alone in the Irish countryside with a pet dog he doted on. The dog finally died and Muldoon went to the parish priest and asked, "Father, the dog is dead. Could you be saying a mass for the creature?" Father Patrick replied, "No, we cannot have services for an animal in the church, but there's a new denomination down the road, no telling what they believe, but maybe they'll do something for the animal." Muldoon said "I'll go right now. Do you think $50,000 is enough to donate for the service?" Father Patrick asked, "Why didn't you tell me the dog was Catholic?"


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Today in 
1605 The "Gunpowder Plot" attempted by Guy Fawkes failed 
 when he was captured before he could blow up the English 
 Parliament.
1844 In California, a grizzly bear underwent a successful 
 cataract operation at the Zoological Garden. 
1872 In the U.S., Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for 
 attempting to vote in the presidential election. She never 
 paid the fine. 
1895 George B. Selden received the first U.S. patent for 
 an automobile. He sold the rights for $200,000 four years 
 later. 
1911 Italy officially annexed Tripoli. 
1935 The game "Monopoly" was introduced by Parker Brothers
1940 U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt won an unprecedented 
 third term in office. 
1946 John F. Kennedy was elected to the U.S. House of 
 Representatives at the age of 29. 
1955 The Vienna State Opera House in Austria formally re-opened. 
1956 British and French forces began landing in Egypt during 
 the Suez Canal Crisis. A cease-fire was declared 2 days later. 
1963 Archaeologists found the remains of a Viking settlement 
 at L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland. 
1986 The White House reaffirmed the U.S. ban on the sale of 
 weapons to Iran. 
1987 In South Africa, Goban Mbeki was released after serving 
 24 years in the Robben Island prison. He had been sentenced 
 to life for treason. 
1998 Scientists published a genetic study that showed strong 
 evidence that Thomas Jefferson fathered at least one child 
 (Eston Hemings) of his slave, Sally Hemings.
1990 Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Kach movement, was shot 
 to death after a speech at a New York Hotel. His assassin, 
 Egyptian El Sayyid, was later convicted of the murder and 
 was sentenced to life in prison for his part in the World 
 Trade Center bombing. 
1992 Malice Green, a black motorist, was beaten to death in 
 Detroit during a struggle with police. Two officers were 
 later convicted in his death and sentenced to prison. 
1994 Former U.S. President Reagan announced that he had 
 Alzheimer's disease. 
1994 George Foreman, 45, became boxing's oldest heavyweight 
 champion when he knocked out Michael Moorer in the 10th 
 round of their WBA fight in Las Vegas, NV. 
1998 The U.N. announced that the Taliban militia had killed 
 up to 5,000 civilians in a takeover of an Afghani town. 
1999 U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that 
 Microsoft Corp. enjoyed "monopoly power". 
2001 It was announced that European aircraft manufacturer 
 Airbus and Dubai-based Emirates airlines set up a joint 
 venture specializing in airline services. 
2009 At Fort Hood, near Kileen, TX, Nidal Malik Hasan killed 
 13 people and wounded 30 others.
2014  smiled.


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