How to get rid of Binkiland: 



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Today's Bonehead Award goes to 
Neb. woman attacked snoring 
boyfriend with crowbar
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Today in
1844 Samuel F.B. Morse formally opened America's first 
 telegraph line. The first message was sent from Washington, DC, 
 to Baltimore, MD. The message was "What hath God wrought?" 
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Sanity is a madness put to good use. --- George Santayana (1863 - 1952) "No man's life, liberty or fortune is safe... while our legislature is in session." --- Ben Franklin ______________________________________________________ Neither of Sue's kids ever understood her logic. Somehow they failed to see why they had to go to bed when she was tired. ______________________________________________________ A young woman was preparing a ham dinner. After she cut off the end of the ham, she placed it in a pan for baking. Her friend asked her,"Why did you cut off the end of the ham"? And she replied ,"I really don't know but my mother always did, so I thought you were supposed to." Later when talking to her mother she asked her why she cut off the end of the ham before baking it, and her mother replied,"I really don't know, but that's the way my mom always did it." A few weeks later while visiting her grandmother, the young woman asked, "Grandma, why is it that you cut off the end of a ham before you bake it?" Her grandmother replied ,"Well dear, otherwise it would never fit into my baking pan." ______________________________________________________ Click through for the big picture
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Elizabeth Hogrefe, 45, Lincoln, Nebraska
Neb. woman attacked snoring boyfriend with crowbar A man in Lincoln, Nebraska, woke up to a real life nightmare Monday morning: His girlfriend was hitting him in the back with a crowbar. Elizabeth Hogrefe, 45, allegedly attacked her 58-year-old boyfriend because she couldn't take his snoring, police said, according to the Lincoln Journal-Star. The victim managed to get out of the motel room where he had been staying with Hogrefe and get to a nearby convenience store, where he reported his injuries to officers who were also there, CrimeFeed.com reports. The officers said the man's injuries were "consistent with being hit with a pry bar," the Associated Press reports. When officers showed up at their motel room, she allegedly screamed and yelled at them before slamming the door on them. Officers took her into custody. On the way to the Lancaster County Jail, she allegedly screamed that somebody should kill her boyfriend because he is "always getting under people's skin," WOWT.com reports. Hogrefe was charged with second-degree domestic assault and use of a weapon to commit a felony, according to KETV.com.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Diane Re: How to get rid of Binkiland? Dear Webby, I downloaded Malwarebytes a couple of months ago because I got something in my computer and could not get out of it.¬ Malware took it out immediately and keeps catching it.¬ These bugs are persistent little devils. I remember you telling another subscriber to let you know what Malware is catching. This is the bug I got and they still try to get in. ¬ PUP.Opitional.Binkiland.A It may not be a virus but it is disruptive. Thanks for all your advise, Diane Dear Diane Binkiland is a browser hijacker and data miner. When you downloaded some nefarious program and clicked on the AGREE button below the small print, you agreed to let the NSA and others use Binkiland to collect your data and report it to them. Because you AGREED, the NSA and others think they have a right to mine your data and mess with your browser. Theoretically they could even sue you if you remove their crap. Malwarebytes does remove it OK. They are not worried about lawsuits, because they can make one hell of a stink in that case. You have to also go after the extensions and add-ons in EVERY browser you got. Even the ones you just tried once and never since. If you aren't using Safari or Opera anymore, uninstall them. Go through their options and get rid of anything and everything, that you are not actively using, and look for anything that has binki or WSE in it. After that, run Malwarebytes again. That should get rid of the pest permanently, unless you have some other garbage, that keeps calling it in again every time you use that. Pay attention to when Binki reappears. Which program or game did you use just prior to that. You'll have to get rid of that. Possibly you can get it again from a cleaner source, and really pay attention to what you agree to when you get it. You could also use http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/ and let it scour your computer for any and all wacky programs. Especially if you kept transferring everything from one computer to the next whenever you updated the machine, you will have all kinds of stuff on it, that you don't even remember. Shouldiremoveit will list every program, and sort them according to their danger or nuisance rating. You can click on the names and it will tell you what that program does. Then you can choose to keep it or uninstall it. You will be surprised about all the stuff it finds, some of which you have long forgotten. Naturally, weeding out unused stuff will give you more room and speed. That will help keeping Binki from coming back. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Little Johnny was rough housing with his dog. His mother said to him, "Now, Johnny, I know you love Wilbur, but you're loving him too much. How would you feel if someone huge picked you up and squeezed you so hard you couldn't breathe?" Little Johnny thought a moment and then said, "I guess I'd feel like it was my birthday and Aunt Agnes was here to squeeze the cake out of me!" ______________________________________________________ I find it strange that all those psychics claim they know my future and the winning lottery numbers, yet they fail miserably in predicting that my Mailwasher dumps their mail without anybody reading it. ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Homemade Cough Drops f you can't pronounce the ingredients, chances are you probably don't want to be putting it into your body. I read some of the ingredients in the cough drops I usually buy and was not too happy. I usually go through quite a bit of these, especially during allergy season to sooth my irritated throat. Well these work great, taste wonderful, and are completely natural, even good for you! One of the ingredients is coconut oil, which improves immunity by fighting viruses. Bonus! Try these, I think you will be pleasantly surprised. They taste so good I even use them as a quick treat sometimes. Nice little pick me up. :) Approximate Time: About 1 hour Yield: Around 40 Ingredients: 1 cup of honey, organic would be ideal 2 Tbsp coconut oil, this must be organic in order to retain it's health benefits. small pot candy thermometer whisk parchment paper empty jar, mayo jar works great. Bring your honey and coconut oil to a boil in your pot. Homemade Cough Drops Reduce to a simmer and cook until your thermometer reads *300 F. This will take around 15 minutes or more. Be sure to whisk the entire time. Remember when you clip your thermometer to your pot that if your end is on the bottom of the pot, it will give you a false reading. Y ou want the end in the mixture, but not touching the bottom. Pour your mixture on a greased cookie sheet. Homemade Cough Drops You will of course want to let it cool for a few minutes so you can handle it. Stirring it around with a spatula will speed the cooling time up. Important to remember, you only have a few minutes before this mixture sets up. It is important to work fast! Tearing off small pieces of the mixture, shape it into the desired size. A little football maybe? Or press it a little flat in the center? The key is to let them rest on parchment paper when cooling. I tried greased wax paper, everything! The "only" thing these will not adhere to like cement is parchment paper. It is available at your grocery store. When cool, wrap them like candy in a small square of this paper to store them in your air-tight jar. This part was actually really fun, they look so cute and old-fashioned wrapped up.:) Source: Pinterest By melissa [127] I usually squeeze a lemon into the mixture, partly because it cuts the sweetness, and partly because you need extra Vitamin C when you have a cough. Sometimes I add cinnamon. If you have made any thick fruit or berry syrup, you can add a bit of that. A TBSP of thick raspberry syrup is enough to give the cough drops a very nice raspberry flavor. Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________
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Today in 
1624 After years of unprofitable operation Virginiaís charter 
 was revoked and it became a royal colony. 
1689 The English Parliament passed Act of Toleration, 
 protecting Protestants. Roman Catholics were specifically 
 excluded from exemption. 
1738 The Methodist Church was established. 
1764 Bostonian lawyer James Otis denounced "taxation 
 without representation" and called for the colonies to 
 unite in demonstrating their opposition to Britainís 
 new tax measures. 
1798 Believing that a French invasion of Ireland was imminent, 
 Irish nationalists rose up against the British occupation. 
1830 The first passenger railroad service in the U.S. 
 began service. 
1844 Samuel F.B. Morse formally opened America's first 
 telegraph line. The first message was sent from Washington, DC, 
 to Baltimore, MD. The message was "What hath God wrought?" 
1863 Bushwackers led by Captain William Marchbanks attacked 
 a U.S. Federal militia party in Nevada, Missouri. 
1878 The first American bicycle race was held in Boston. 
1881 About 200 people died when the Canadian ferry Princess 
 Victoria sank near London, Ontario. 
1883 After 14 years of construction the Brooklyn Bridge was 
 opened to traffic. 
1930 Amy Johnson became the first woman to fly from England 
 to Australia. 
1931 B&O Railroad began service with the first passenger train 
 to have air conditioning throughout. The run was between 
 New York City and Washington, DC. 
1941 The HMS Hood was sunk by the German battleship Bismarck 
 in the North Atlantic. Only three people survived. 
1954 The first moving sidewalk in a railroad station was 
 opened in Jersey City, NJ. 
1967 California Governor Ronald Reagan greeted Charles M. 
 Schulz at the state capitol in observance of the 
 legislature-proclaimed "Charles Schulz Day." 
1976 Britain and France opened trans-Atlantic Concorde service 
 to Washington. 
1980 The International Court of Justice issued a final decision 
 calling for the release of the hostages taken at the U.S. 
 embassy in Tehran on November 4, 1979. 
1983 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the federal government 
 had the right to deny tax breaks to schools that racially 
 discriminate. 
1986 Montreal won its 23rd National Hockey League (NHL) 
 Stanley Cup championship. 
1990 The Edmonton Oilers won their fifth National Hockey 
 League (NHL) Stanley Cup. 
1993 Roman Catholic Cardinal Juan Jesus Posada Ocampo and six 
 other people were killed at the Guadalajara, Mexico, airport 
 in a shootout that involved drug gangs. 
1993 The Ethiopian province of Eritrea declared itself an 
 independent nation. 
1994 The four men convicted of bombing the New York's World 
 Trade Center were each sentenced to 240 years in prison. 
1999 39 miners were killed in an underground gas explosion 
 in Ukraine. 
2000 Five people were killed and two others wounded when two 
 gunmen entered a Wendy's restaurant in Flushing, Queens, 
 New York. The gunmen tied up the victims in the basement 
 and then shot them. 
2000 The U.S. House of Representatives approved permanent 
 normal trade relations with China. China was not happy about 
 some of the human rights conditions that had been attached 
 by the U.S. lawmakers. 
2000 A Democratic Party event for Al Gore in Washington brought 
 in $26.5 million. The amount set a new record, which had just 
 been set the previous month by Republicans for Texas Gov. 
 George W. Bush. 
2001 Temba Tsheri, 15, became the youngest person to reach 
 the summit of Mount Everest. 
2015  smiled.


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