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Today is Wednesday, December 17

Thank you,  Svend!

We had beautiful, thick frost this morning and all day.
Very festive looking!

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DearWebby


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Today's Bonehead Award goes to 
a Florida mother, who assaulted and kidnapped an 11 year old
kid for calling her daughter a name
Details at Boneheads

Today, in 
1957 The United States successfully test-fired the Atlas 
 intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time. 
More of what happened on this day in history at History
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The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it. --- Flannery O'Connor (1925 - 1964) ______________________________________________________ The personnel manager was impressing the applicant with the prospective job. "We make parts for microscopes. You'll be required to work with lenses that are a thousandths of an inch thick." "I can handle it," the applicant said, "I used to slice meat in a delicatessen. I can slice ham so thin, it is kosher. ______________________________________________________ When my 3-year-old son opened the birthday gift from his grandmother, he discovered a water pistol. He squealed with delight and headed for the nearest sink. I was not pleased. I turned to Mom and said, "I'm surprised at you. Don't you remember how we used to drive you crazy with water guns?" Mom smiled and then replied, "Oh, I remember." ______________________________________________________ Click through for the big picture Snake Gourd (Trichosanthes cucumerina) ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Sandra Rivera, 28, Orlando Florida 11-year-old choked, kidnapped by woman at school A Florida mom is facing criminal charges after allegedly trying to kill an 11-year-old boy who teased her daughter. Sandra Rivera, 28, overheard the student call her 9-year-old daughter a curse word on Thursday afternoon outside of their school in Orlando, WKMG reports. Rivera allegedly responded by grabbing the boy and choking him, forcing him into her vehicle, according to WFTV. Orlando police arrested a woman accused of attacking a boy at his elementary school, threatening to kill him and kidnapping him. The incident happened Thursday after school at Eccleston Elementary near Bruton Boulevard in Orlando. Local 6 spoke to the 11-year-old boy and his mother, Ana Baez. According to the arrest affidavit, Orlando police say 28-year-old Sandra Rivera went to the school waiting to confront the fifth-grader because she said he called her 9-year-old a curse word. Baez says she saw video of the incident that was captured on the school's security cameras. "When I saw the video, I said no mercy, she's going to jail," Baez said. The 11-year-old says he was on his bike at the school when Rivera came up and threw him off. "She slammed me into the wall and then she came behind me and started choking me and hitting me on the head," the boy said. Police say Rivera then threw his bike in her van and forced him to get inside. "She told me 'tell me the instructions to your house or I'll kill you,'" he said. The fifth-grader says Rivera drove him home and then admitted to Baez what she had done. "Even if my son called your daughter a name, you come and you tell me," Baez said. "You don't go and grab the child and try and kill him. You're an adult." Baez called the school to see what had happened and school officials told her they were notifying police and the Department of Children and Families. Rivera was charged with battery and kidnapping, and bonded out of the Orange County Jail on Friday. No one answered the door when Local 6 stopped by. Baez says her son is doing fine physically, but the emotional trauma has taken its toll. She says he's having trouble eating and sleeping. "I'm actually scared she might come back for me, for calling the police," said the fifth-grader. For now, Baez says, her son will be getting rides to and from school. Tech Support Pits From: Richard Re: Chrome history of tabs Dear Webby How do I get a history of my tabs in Chrome? Thanks Richard Dear Richard CTRL H will give you a raw history. However, I would recommend you get the "Session Buddy" extension. It gives you an easier to manage history. It is free at Session Buddy Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________
Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Gift Wrapping Save and use maps, patterns, sheet music, comic strips or even wallpaper or fabric to wrap your gifts. We use brown kraft paper and draw or stamp holiday designs, paw prints or babies hand prints on to it to personalize it. Some folks add a copy of a photo as their name tags (which is cute especially so kids can hand out gifts). You may decorate a simple wrap with pine or holly sprigs or pine cones and tie it up with rustic twine, yarn or inexpensive white and red string for a natural looking gift wrapping. Remember to shred used wrapping paper for stuffing boxes or baskets. So pretty! If mailing a gift you may use newspaper shredded if needed rather than buying packing peanuts in some cases! By Dee [175] ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ A Manager of a retail clothing store is reviewing a potential employee's application and notices that the man has never worked in retail before. He says to the man, "For a man with no experience, you are certainly asking for a high wage." "Well Sir," the applicant replies, "the work is so much harder when you don't know what you're doing!" ______________________________________________________ RULES OF THE OFFICE ** If it rings, put it on hold; ** If it clanks, call the repairman; ** If it whistles, ignore it; ** If it's a friend, take a break; ** If it's the boss, look busy; ** If it talks, take notes; ** If it's handwritten, type it; ** If it's typed, copy it; ** If it's copied, email and file it; ** If it's Friday, forget it!


Bora Bora

Today in 
1777 To annoy England, France recognized American independence. 
1791 A traffic regulation in New York City established the first 
 street to go "One Way." 
1830 South American patriot Simon Bolivar died in Colombia. 
1895 George L. Brownell received a patent for his paper-twine
 machine. 
1903 The first successful gasoline-powered airplane flight 
 took place near Kitty Hawk, NC. Orville and Wilbur Wright 
 made the flight. 
1939 The German pocket battleship Graf Spee was scuttled 
 by its crew, bringing the World War II Battle of the 
 Rio de la Plata off Uruguay to an end. 
1944 The U.S. Army announced the end of its policy of 
 excluding Japanese-Americans from the West Coast which 
 ensured that Japanese-Americans were released from 
 detention camps. 
1953 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided 
 to approve RCA’s color television specifications. 
1957 The United States successfully test-fired the Atlas 
 intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time. 
1969 The U.S. Air Force closed its Project "Blue Book" by 
 concluding that there was no evidence of extraterrestrial 
 spaceships behind thousands of UFO sightings. 
1973 Thirty-one people were killed at Rome airport when 
 Arab guerillas hijacked a German airliner. 
1975 Lynette Fromme was sentenced to life in prison for her 
 attempt on the life of U.S. President Ford. 
1976 WTCG-TV, Atlanta, GA, changed its call letters to WTBS, 
 and was uplinked via satellite. The station became the first 
 commercial TV station to cover the entire U.S. 
1978 OPEC decided to raise oil prices by 14.5% by the end 
 of 1979. 
1979 Arthur McDuffie, a black insurance executive, was fatally 
 beaten after a police chase in Miami, FL. Four white police 
 officers were later acquitted of charges stemming from 
 McDuffie's death. 
1986 Wayne "Danke Schoen" Newton won a $19.2 million suit 
 against NBC News. NBC had aired reports claiming a link 
 between Newton and mob figures. The reports were proven 
 to be false. 
1986 Davina Thompson became the world's first recipient 
 of a heart, lungs, and liver transplant. 
1986 Eugene Hasefus was pardoned and then released by Nicaragua. 
 He had been convicted of running guns to the Contras. 
1992 U.S. President George H.W. Bush, Canadian Prime Minister 
 Brian Mulroney and Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari 
 signed the North American Free Trade Agreement. 
1992 Israel deported over 400 Palestinians to Lebanese territory 
 in an unprecedented mass expulsion of suspected militants. 
1996 Peruvian guerrillas took hundreds of people hostage at the 
 Japanese embassy in Lima. The siege ended on April 22, 1997, 
 with a commando raid that resulted in the deaths of all the 
 rebels, two commandos and one hostage. 
1997 U.S. President Clinton signed the No Electronic Theft Act. 
 The act removed protection from individuals who claimed that they 
 took no direct financial gains from stealing copyrighted works 
 and downloading them from the Internet. 
2002 U.S. President George W. Bush ordered the Pentagon to have 
 ready for use within two years a system for protecting American 
 territory, troops and allies from ballistic missile attacks. 
2002 McDonald's Corp. warned that they would report its first 
 quarterly loss in its 47-year history. 
2002 Congo's government, opposition parties and rebels signed 
 a peace agreement that ended four years of civil war. 
2014  smiled.


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