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Today is Tuesday, November 25

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Today's Bonehead Award goes to a
Floriduh man accused of almost running 
down deputy in Kohl's parking lot
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Today, in 
1936 The Anti-Comintern Pact, an agreement between Japan and 
 Germany, was signed. The US started preparing for WWII 
 and Ford started building bombers.
More of what happened on this day in history at History
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Only the shallow know themselves. --- Oscar Wilde When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained. --- Mark Twain ______________________________________________________ A little Amish boy and his father were visiting a mall for the first time. They were amazed by almost everything they saw, but especially by two shiny, silver walls that could move apart and back together again. The boy asked his father. "What is this, Father?" The father (never having seen an elevator) responded "Son, I have never seen anything like this in my life, I don't know what it is". While the boy and his father were watching wide-eyed, an old lady in a wheel chair rolled up to the moving walls and pressed a button. The walls opened and the lady rolled between them into a small room. The walls closed and the boy and his father watched small circles of lights with numbers above the walls light up. They continued to watch the circles light up in the reverse direction. The walls opened up again, and a beautiful 24 year-old woman stepped out. The father, not taking his eyes off the young woman, said quietly "Son, go get your Mother." ______________________________________________________ Following an especially angry argument, Mr. and Mrs. Smith went to bed not speaking to each other. Needing to arise early the following morning, Mr. Smith left a note on his wife's bedside table that said, "Wake me at six." An exasperated Mr. Smith awoke at ten the following morning and rolled stiffly out of bed to see a note on his bedside table: "It's six, you bum! Get out of bed!" ______________________________________________________ Thanks to Janina for this picture: Click through for the big picture Dear Webby, Thank you for always sharing such good advice and humor to bring a smile to so many of us! Our temps are already 65f this morning - I know it's the jolt of warmth before the predicted Nor'easter comes through with winds, rains and snow on Wednesday and Thanksgiving. Just sharing a photo I was able to take of this Hawk visiting my area this morning. I heard a commotion of birds shrills outside, grabbed my camera and found this in the tree. Beautiful creature, don't you agree?! Janina from NJ ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Alexander Ruff, Viera, Floriduh Floriduh man accused of almost running down deputy in Kohl's parking lot VIERA, Fla. Authorities in Brevard County are throwing the book at a man suspected of trying to run down an officer Alexander Ruff was wanted for stealing from a Kohl's Department Store in Viera on Monday, but now he's facing much more serious charges. Ruff is charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, grand theft and more. A loss-prevention officer said he spotted Ruff stealing and called a deputy. In the parking lot of the store, the deputy injured his ankle as he dived away from Ruff's fleeing car. A chase ensued and covered about 14 miles to Cox Road in Cocoa. In court, prosecutors referred to Ruff's arrest record, which includes drug possession, credit card fraud, grand theft and dealing in stolen property. "He was originally placed on probation in these two cases in April of this year. Within a month he had violated," said prosecutor Gary Beatty. Ruff is being held without bail. Tech Support Pits From: Leesa Re: Lost desktop icons Hi Dear Webby, Greetings to you this fine morning. Hope all goes well in your world. I am stumped, and hope you can help me with this. Over the years the desktop icons and the Start Menu links to several games have been deleted. The games are still on the computer...see them in there when I did a Search...but I haven't a clue how to get them set up on the desktop and/or Start Menu so they can be played. Can't uninstall them because there is no way I could ever get them back. They were downloaded after purchase from various companies. I do have the registration codes for most of them. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a bunch. Havin' fun now Leesa Dear Leesa Yeah, Windows does loose desktop icons, especially if you change resolutions. 1) Search the games, 2) right-click 3) Make Desktop Shortcut 4) Drag the shortcut to the desktop. 5) Make a desktop folder and call it Games 6) Repeat steps 1,2,3,4 Drag the second icon into the Games folder. Now, the next time Windows looses it's marbles, you can simply CTRL-drag an icon from the Games folder onto the desktop. CTRL-drag will put a copy onto the desktop, without deleting the one in the Games folder. Windows will probably complain, that there is already one of those, even though it is not visible. Tell it to go ahead anyway. It may add [2] to the name of it, but that's OK. It will work just fine. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Seems there was a young soldier, who, just before battle, told his sergeant that he didn't have a rifle. "That's no problem, son," said the sergeant. "Here, take this broom. Just point it at the enemy, and go 'Bangety Bang Bang.'" "But what about a bayonet, Sarge?" asked the young (and gullible) recruit. The sergeant pulls a piece of straw from the end of the broom, and attaches it to the handle end. "Here, use this ... just go, 'Stabity Stab Stab.'" The recruit ends up alone on the battlefield, holding just his broom. Suddenly, an enemy soldier charges at him. The recruit points the broom. "Bangety Bang Bang!" The enemy falls dead. More enemies appear. The recruit, amazed at his good luck, goes "Bangety Bang Bang! Stabity Stab Stab!" He mows down the enemy by the dozens. Finally, the battlefield is clear, except for one enemy soldier walking slowly toward him. "Bangety Bang Bang! shouts the recruit. The enemy keeps coming. "Bangety Bang Bang!" repeats the recruit, to no avail. He gets desperate. "Bangety Bang Bang! Stabity Stab Stab!" It's no use. The enemy keeps coming. He stomps the recruit into the ground, mumbling "Tankety Tank Tank."
Daily tip from Litter Box Cover I have a large Rubbermaid-type storage container covering my kitty's litter box in my storage room. She used to kick litter all over the place. Now I have much less to sweep up, plus it looks much more pleasant for company. Turn the container upside-down and cut a doghouse-style opening in either the broad side or the end. Having the opening on the end will make an even more enclosed and private litter box. Use either a box cutter or strong shears, but be careful the plastic can be very tough. Once you've cut the opening, lay the lid on the floor. Place the box on top of it and snap the inverted container back on the lid. It only takes a few dollars and a few minutes to make a piece of furniture that is completely washable and will last practically forever. By Abigail A. [3] ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ The man came home drunk at four in the morning, and his wife was all over him, yelling at him, crying because she thought he was with another woman. "No, honey, I swear, I was at this bar, and it was so fancy that even the urinals were made of gold." She said she didn't believe him so she called the bar. "Hello," she said, "I just want to ask one question. My husband claims to have spent the night at your bar and I have one question: "Are your urinals covered in gold?" To which she heard the bartender said, "Hey, Clarence, I think we found the drunk who peed into your tuba!" ______________________________________________________ "Dad," said Little Johnny, "I'm late for football practice. Would you please do my homework for me?" The father said irately, "Son, it just wouldn't be right." "That's okay," replied Little Johnny, "but you could at least give it a try, couldn't you?"

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Today in 
1715 Sybilla Thomas Masters became the first American to be 
 granted an English patent for cleaning and curing Indian 
1758 During the French and Indian War, the British captured 
 Fort Duquesne at what is now known as Pittsburgh. 
1783 During the Revolutionary War, the British evacuated 
 New York. New York was their last military position in 
 the U.S. 
1837 William Crompton patented the silk power loom. 
1850 Texas relinquished one-third of its territory in 
 exchange for $10 million from the U.S. to pay its public 
 debts and settle border disputes. 
1867 Alfred Nobel patented dynamite. 
1884 J.B. Meyenberg received the patent for evaporated milk. 
1936 The Anti-Comintern Pact, an agreement between Japan and 
 Germany, was signed. The US started preparing for WWII.
1947 Movie studio executives meeting in New York agreed to 
 blacklist the "Hollywood 10," who were cited a day earlier 
 and jailed for contempt of Congress when they failed to 
 cooperate with the House Un-American Activities Committee. 
1973 Greek President George Papadapoulos was ousted in 
 military coup. 
1976 O.J. Simpson (Buffalo Bills) ran for 273 yards against 
 the Detroit Lions. 
1983 Mediators from Syria and Saudi Arabia announced a 
 cease-fire in the PLO civil war in Tripoli, Lebanon. 
1986 U.S. President Reagan and Attorney Gen. Edwin Meese 
 revealed that profits from secret arms sales to Iran had 
 been diverted to rebels in Nicaragua. National Security 
 Advisor John Poindexter resigned and Oliver North was fired. 
1990 Poland held its first popular presidential election. 
1992 The Czech parliament voted to split the country into 
 separate Czech and Slovak republics beginning January 1, 1993. 
1993 Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Sedki escaped an attempt 
 on his life when a bomb was detonated by Islamic militants 
 near his motorcade. 
1998 Britain's highest court ruled that former Chilean dictator 
 Augusto Pinochet, whose extradition was being sought by Spain, 
 could not claim immunity from prosecution for the crimes he 
 committed during his rule. 
1998 President Jiang Zemin arrived in Tokyo for the first visit 
 to Japan by a Chinese head of state since World War II. 
1998 The IMF (International Monetary Fund) approved a $5.5 billion 
 bailout for Pakistan.
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