How to remove TermBlazer 

Good Morning, ,
Today is Friday, May 15
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!

Thank you, Alfred!

Walter, the Stonecarver, had some very good news.
He is using Windows 8.1 on a laptop, but instead of the
rather useless 8.1 desktop is using a classic XP desktop.
With that it works just like an XP machine, except directory
sort and searches are much slower than on the XP.

Other than that it's just like an XP, and you can
get work done just like on an XP. 
And Eudora works just fine on 8.1.

Thanks to Walter for this link:
The XP or W7 desktop shell and various skins are at

Have FUN!

Today's Bonehead Award goes to a 
Breastfeeding Florida mom blames 
whiskey-soaked burgers for DUI
Details at Boneheads

Today in
1264 King Henry III was captured by his brother in law Simon 
 deMontfort at the Battle of Lewes in France. 
More of what happened on this day in history at History
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Experience teaches slowly and at the cost of mistakes. --- James A. Froude (1818 - 1894) ______________________________________________________ An insurance salesman was getting nowhere in his efforts to sell a policy to a farmer. "Look at it this way." he said finally. "How would your wife carry on if you should die?" "Well..." drawled the weather-beaten man, "I don't reckon that'd be any concern of mine -- long as she behaves herself while I'm alive." ______________________________________________________ A young couple had a flat tire outside the fence of a mental institution. The wife was leery of the inmates wandering inside the compound, but there was a swift creek separating them and her husband said it was OK. He took off the four lug nuts and set them into the hubcap to keep them from rolling away. Well, when he rolled the spare tire along the car, he rolled it over the edge of the hubcap and the nuts went flying into the creek. He tried wrapping a coathanger around the lug bolts, but as soon as he lowered the car, the wheel popped off to the great amusement of the spectators behind the fence. After a few more similarly hilarious attempts, finally an inmate behind the fence told the young man to take one nut from each of the other tires and put them on the spare. It would be safe enough to get them to a service station a few miles away. "That's pretty smart for a guy in your place," the husband said. The inmate replied: "I may be crazy, but I'm not stupid." ______________________________________________________ Click through for the big picture Norway
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Cateria Thomas, 33, New Smyrna Beach, Floriduh
Breastfeeding Floorida mom blames whiskey-soaked burgers for DUI A Florida mother accused of driving drunk with four small kids in the car allegedly told police the alcohol on her breath came from the four whiskey-soaked hamburgers she had consumed. Cateria Thomas, 33, was arrested early Tuesday morning in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, after Volusia County deputies noticed her car's tags were expired. Deputies said they noticed three children were improperly restrained and Thomas was breastfeeding a two-month-old child, according to Officers said Thomas' eyes were red, watery and glossy, and her speech was slurred. Three kids, ages 1, 3 and 4, were in the back seat and there was a full can of gas in the front passenger seat, reports. After a relative picked up the children, Thomas failed field sobriety tests. Police said she told them she’d had four “hamburgers with whiskey on them,” the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports. No open bottle in the car. Thomas was charged with unlawful alteration of her car's tags, operating with a suspended license, DUI, a child act that could result in mental or physical injury, and resisting an officer without violence. She remains in the Volusia County Jail on $13,505. They didn't check the blood alcol level of the breastfed baby.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Suryakant Re: TermBlazer Dear Webby, How do I remove TermBlazer AdWare from my PC? Suryakant Dear Suryakant You probably saw me recommending Malwarebytes. You will need that to get rid of TermBlazer. TermBlazer is not a virus, but some crap, that you agreed to install, either because you got conned into believing it was useful, or as payment for something else, that you believed was useful. Malwarebytes will get rid of TermBlazer. Unfortunately, when you had your gullibility attack, you might have agreed to all kinds of other bad stuff too. Keep a close eye out for any other nuisances, that might still be in your computer, and tell me what they are. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ A new soldier was on sentry duty at the main gate. His orders were clear. No car was to enter unless it had a special sticker on the windshield. A big Army car came up with a general seated in the back. The sentry said, "Halt, who goes there?" The chauffeur, a corporal, says, "General Wheeler." "I'm sorry, I can't let you through. You've got to have a sticker on the windshield." The general said, "Drive on!" The sentry said, "Hold it! You really can't come through. I have orders to shoot if you try driving in without a sticker." The general repeated, "I'm telling you, son, drive on!" The sentry walked up to the rear window and said, "General, I'm new at this. Do I shoot you or the the driver?" ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Heat Candlesticks to Remove Wax To remove wax from a metal or glass candlestick my way: Turn oven to 170 degrees C (about 325 degrees F) Place item on tray lined with baking paper. Leave for 5 minutes or until it looks like wax has melted. Remove HOT item with a cloth. Be careful not to burn yourself! Rub down with dry rag or paper towel and let cool. This is much less messy than the hot water method and quicker. By Coco333 [1] ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ A Congressman is awakened in the middle of the night by his wife who whispers, "I think there's a thief in the house." "Not in the House," her husband says. "In the Senate, yes, for sure, my dear, but not in the House." _____________________________________________________ Joe, John and Bob were moving furniture. While Joe and John were struggling with a particularly heavy oak wardrobe. Joe noticed that Bob was nowhere in sight. "John, where's Bob?" asked Joe. "He should be helping us with this thing." "He is helping," said John, "He's inside holding the clothes hangers in place!" ____________________________________________________
I can't even do a hand stand on the ground let alone on a moving horse!

Today in 
1602 Cape Cod was discovered by Bartholomew Gosnold. 
1614 An aristocratic uprising in France ended with the 
 treaty of St.Menehould. 
1618 Johannes Kepler discovered his harmonics law. 
1702 The War of Spanish Succession began. 
1768 Under the Treaty of Versailles, France purchased 
 Corsica from Genoa just in time for Napoleon to be born
1795 Napoleon entered the Lombardian capital of Milan. 
1849 Neapolitan troops entered Palermo, and were in 
 possession of Sicily. 
1911 The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the dissolution of 
 Standard Oil Company, ruling it was in violation of 
 the Sherman Antitrust Act. 
1916 U.S. Marines landed in Santo Domingo to quell 
 civil disorder. 
1926 Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth were forced down 
 in Alaska after a four-day flight over an icecap. Ice had 
 begun to form on the dirigible Norge. 
1930 Ellen Church became the first female flight attendant. 
1940 Nylon stockings went on sale for the first time in the U.S. 
1942 Gasoline rationing began in the U.S. The limit was 
 3 gallons a week for nonessential vehicles. 
1948 Israel was attacked by Transjordan, Egypt, Syria, 
 Iraq and Lebanon only hours after declaring its independence. 
1951 AT&T became the first corporation to have one million 
1957 Britain dropped its first hydrogen bomb on Christmas Island 
 in the Pacific Ocean. 
1958 Sputnik III, the first space laboratory, was launched in 
 the Soviet Union. 
1963 The last Project Mercury space flight was launched. 
1964 The Smothers Brothers, Dick and Tom, gave their first concert 
 in Carnegie Hall in New York City. 
1970 U.S. President Nixon appointed America's first two female generals. 
1970 Phillip Lafayette Gibbs and James Earl Green, two black 
 students at Jackson State University in Mississippi, were killed 
 when police opened fire during student protests. 
1972 Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace was shot by Arthur Bremer in 
 Laurel, MD while campaigning for the U.S. presidency. Wallace 
 was paralyzed by the shot. 
1975 The merchant ship U.S. Mayaguez was recaptured from 
 Cambodia's Khmer Rouge. 
1980 The first transcontinental balloon crossing of the United 
 States took place. 
1983 In Boston,MA, the Madison Hotel was destroyed by implosion. 
1988 The Soviet Union began their withdrawal of its 115,000 
 troops from Afghanistan. Soviet forces had been there for 
 more than eight years. 
1990 Vincent Van Gogh's "Portrait of Doctor Gachet" was sold 
 for $82.5 million. The sale set a new world record. 
1997 The Space shuttle Atlantis blasted off on a mission to 
 deliver urgently needed repair equipment and a fresh 
 American astronaut to Russia's orbiting Mir station. 
1999 The Russian parliament was unable a attain enough 
 votes to impeach President Boris Yeltsin. 
2014 The National September 11 Memorial Museum was dedicated 
 in New York City. 
2015  smiled.

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