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Today's Bonehead Award goes to an
Oregon woman is charged after a fatal 
accident in which the victim stayed on top of the car 
for 11 blocks
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Today, in 
1970 Divorce became legal in Italy.  
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Some think it's holding on that makes one strong; sometimes it's letting go. --- Sylvia Robinson ______________________________________________________ Sunday School Bloopers: Lot's wife was a pillar of salt by day, but a ball of fire by night. The Jews were a proud people and throughout history they had trouble with unsympathetic Genitals. Sampson was a strongman who let himself be led astray by a jezebel like Delilah. Sampson slated the Philistines with the axe of apostles. Moses led the Hebrews 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 Amendments. The first commandment was when Eve told Adam to eat the apple. The Fifth Commandment is humor thy mother and father. The Seventh Commandment is thou shalt not admit adultery. Moses died before he ever reached the UK. Then Joshua led the Hebrews in the Battle of Geritol. The greatest miracle in the Bible is when Joshua told his son to stand still and he obeyed him David was a Hebrew king skilled at playing the liar. He fought with the Finkelsteins, a race of people who lived in the biblical times. Solomon, one of David's sons, has 300 wives and 700 porcupines. When the three wise guys from the East Side arrived, they found Jesus- in the manager. Jesus was born because Mary had an emaculate contraption. St. Paul cavorted to Christianity. He preached holy acrimony, which is another name for marriage. ______________________________________________________ Mrs. Morris Siegel beckoned to a salesman in Bergdorf Goodman's, pointed to white wool designer dress on a mannequin, and said, "Hey Sonny boy, so how much the dress on that store dummy over there is?" "That dress is $899.95, Madam," sneered the rather snooty salesman. "Oy! For $99.95 I could get the same dress at Klein's Bargain Store downtown!" "But Madam," said the salesman, "You'll find that the dress at Klein's is recycled wool. This original is 100% pure virgin wool." "Nu! So for $800 I should be caring what the sheep at night do?" ______________________________________________________ Click through for the big picture Kakabeak (Clianthus) ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Isabel Gloria McDaniel 30, Veneta, Oregon Oregon woman is charged after a fatal accident in which the victim stayed on top of the car for 11 blocks Springfield police have arrested a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run accident in which a motorist allegedly continued to drive while the victim was still on top of the car. Police said they arrested Isabel Gloria McDaniel, 30, of Veneta, at about 9 p.m. Saturday and charged her with a felony count of hit and run, as well as tampering with physical evidence. She was booked into the Lane County Jail. McDaniel’s husband, Gary Louis McDaniel, 24, was cited for tampering with physical evidence and then released, police said. Police said earlier that a white Honda had sideswiped Springfield resident Julio Ortiz, 39, in the intersection of 54th and Main streets in Springfield about 6 p.m. Thursday. The car then hit his father, Daniel Ortiz-Reynaga, 67, of Mexico, flipping him onto the top of the car. The motorist drove for about 11 blocks, according to police, until the car approached 42nd Street on Smith Way, at which point Ortiz-Reynaga either fell or was removed from the car and left to die in the street. The victim was taken to Peace Health Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend in Springfield by medics and pronounced dead. Julio Ortiz suffered minor injuries. Springfield police said Saturday night that, based on information from two separate sources, they located the vehicle believed to have been involved in the incident in the McDaniels’ garage on Dunham Avenue in Veneta, and arrested Isabel McDaniel without incident. Police had released a description of the vehicle earlier in the week and asked for help from the public. Members of the public responded, and “their information was instrumental in the apprehension of the suspect,” police said. 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 Giving: Gift cards are great but I always like to pair them with something. A home improvement store card could be inserted in a pair of work or gardening gloves; a nursery coupon placed in a potted plant. Also consider getting a gift card at their favorite hair stylists (you know they'll appreciate it sooner or later) gas station, grocer or (my personal favorite) a bookstore, since ANY topic/hobby can be found there! There are also Entertainment books for every area and they usually offer great BOGO deals. For young families, going out is an expense they can't afford. You might even offer to babysit so they can have a date together to use their coupons. For young or old, a membership to a museum for the year gets them a free pass to interesting entertainment, or you can give tickets to concerts, screenings, favorite restaurant or a club they like (gym, fitness, yoga, spa, etc) and sites like Groupon and Living Social offer great deals for events and products! By Dee [175] ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Two contafiters way up nort in Chicargo wuz makin sum contafit money an dey accidently made sum twelve dollar bill by mistake. Dey made a whole bunch of dem before dey foun dere mistake, so insted of startin over dey decide to try to pass dem off. Dey always herd how backward people in Louisiana wuz, especially dem folks name Boudreaux frum down neer Lafayette so dey jumpin dere car an drive down to Lafayette, LA an wen dey got dere dey look in da fone book an shore enuf dey fine Boudreaux's General Store an Mercantile listed rite dere in da yeller pages. Dey went to Boudreaux's store an walk up to da man at da counter. Da firs contafiter say, "Are you Mr. Boudreaux?" Boudreaux say, "Mais shore, dat's me. Wat can Ah do fa you fellers?" Da contafiter wisper to his frien, "This is gonna be easier than I thought." Da contafiter say, "Can you give us change for a twelve dollar bill?" Boudreaux say, "Mais shore Ah can! How you want dat, tree fores, fore trees, or 2 sixes?" ______________________________________________________ The CEO was scheduled to speak at an important convention, so he asked one of his employees to write him a punchy, 20-minute speech. When the CEO returned from the big event, he was furious. "What's the idea of writing me an hour-long speech?" he demanded to know. "Half the audience walked out before I finished." The employee was baffled. "I wrote you a 20-minute speech," he replied. "I also gave you the two extra copies you asked for."


Spite House

Today in 
1796 The "Monitor," of Baltimore, MD, was published as the 
 first Sunday newspaper. 
1862 The first orthopedic hospital was organized in New 
 York City. It was called the Hospital for Ruptured and 
 Crippled. 
1898 A new automobile speed record was set at 39 mph (63 kph). 
1903 The Panama Canal Zone was acquired 'in perpetuity' by the 
 U.S. for an annual rent. 
1912 The discovery of the Piltdown Man in East Sussex was 
 announced. It was proved to be a hoax in 1953. 
1936 Su-Lin, the first giant panda to come to the U.S. from China, 
 arrived in San Francisco, CA. The bear was sold to the Brookfield 
 Zoo for $8,750. 
1940 Adolf Hitler signed a secret directive ordering preparations 
 for a Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. Operation "Barbarossa" 
 was launched in June 1941. 
1944 The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the wartime relocation of 
 Japanese-Americans. 
1950 NATO foreign ministers approved plans to defend Western 
 Europe, including the use of nuclear weapons, if necessary. 
1953 WPTZ, in Philadelphia, PA, presented a Felso commercial, 
 it was the first color telecast seen on a local station. 
1956 Japan was admitted to the United Nations. 
1957 The Shippingport Atomic Power Station in Pennsylvania went 
 online. It was the first nuclear facility to generate electricity 
 in the United States. It was taken out of service in 1982. 
1965 Kenneth LeBel jumped 17 barrels on ice skates. 
1969 Britain's Parliament abolished the death penalty for murder. 
1970 Divorce became legal in Italy. 
1972 The United States began the heaviest bombing of North Vietnam 
 during the Vietnam War. The attack ended 12 days later. 
1973 The IRA launched its Christmas bombing campaign in London. 
1979 The sound barrier was broken on land for the first time by 
 Stanley Barrett when he drove at 739.6 mph. 
1983 Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) scored his 100th point in 
 the 34th game of the season. 
998 Russia recalled its U.S. ambassador in protest of the U.S. 
 attacks on Iraq. 
1998 South Carolina proceeded with the U.S.' 500th execution 
 since capital punishment was restored. 
1999 After living atop an ancient redwood in Humboldt County, 
 CA, for two years, environmental activist Julia "Butterfly" 
 Hill came down, ending her anti-logging protest. 
2001 A fire damaged New York City's St. John Cathedral. The 
 cathedral is the largest in the United States. 
2009 General Motors announced that it would shut down its Saab brand. 
2009 A Paris court ruled that Google was breaking French law 
 with its policy of digitizing books and fined the company a 
 $14,300-a-day fine until it rids its search engine of the 
 literary extracts. 
2014  smiled.


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