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Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________ Today's Bonehead Award goes to a Guy in Florida, who Tried to Burn House With Bowling Ball Bomb Details at Boneheads Today in 1807 British seamen board the USS Chesapeake, a provocation leading to the War of 1812. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ As for me, except for an occasional heart attack, I feel as young as I ever did. --- Robert Benchley (1889 - 1945) Nothing has an uglier look to us than reason, when it is not on our side. --- Halifax ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ An elderly man in Phoenix calls his son in New York and says, "I hate to ruin your day, but I have to tell you that your mother and I are divorcing; forty-five years of misery is enough. "Pop, what are you talking about?" the son screams. "We can't stand the sight of each other any longer," the old man says. "We're sick of each other, and I'm sick of talking about this, so you call your sister in Chicago and tell her," and he hangs up. Frantic, the son calls his sister, who explodes on the phone. "They're not getting divorced if I have anything to do about it," she shouts, "I'll take care of this." She calls Phoenix immediately, and screams at the old man, "You are NOT getting divorced. Don't do a single thing until I get there. I'm calling my brother back, and we'll both be there tomorrow. Until then, don't do a thing, DO YOU HEAR ME?" and hangs up. The old man hangs up his phone and turns to his wife. "Okay," he says, "They're coming for our anniversary and even paying their own fares...Now what do we tell them for Thanksgiving ?" ______________________________________________________ The reception had ended and the newlyweds had just snuck off to the honeymoon resort. After supper and champagne, the groom retired to the bedroom. But Ashley pulled a chair up to the balcony doors and sat there, gazing at the stars. "Dear," asked the somewhat impatient husband. "Aren't you coming to bed?" "No," Ashley announced. "My mother told me this was going to be the most beautiful night of my life, and I don't want to miss a single minute of it." ______________________________________________________ Click through to the big picture Calbucco time lapse movie of the volcano ______________________________________________________
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Tyler Butler, 21, Loxahatchee, Floriduh
Guy Tried to Burn House With Bowling Ball Bomb As the Sun-Sentinel puts it, "it's hard to stand out when it comes to crime in South Florida," but that's exactly what one 21-year-old Loxahatchee resident has allegedly done. Per the AP, Tyler Butler was arrested on charges of arson and using an explosive device after cops say he tried to prevent the bank from selling his foreclosed home in a way that suggests he's watched too many Looney Tunes cartoons: blowing up the place with a bowling ball bomb, complete with what Butler told deputies was a gunpowder-filled center and a rope for a fuse, the Sun-Sentinel reports. People in Butler's neighborhood called 911 to report a house fire around 10pm Sunday, and someone told police on the scene that Butler was still inside. Deputies detained the man as he left the burning building, and as firefighters put out the blaze, they noticed a bowling ball with what looked like a wick sticking out. Witnesses said Butler had mentioned before the fire that "he wasn't gonna leave the house he [used] to live in, that he would burn it down," per a Palm Beach County sheriff's arrest report.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Patricia Re: HTML for Mac Hi DearWebby, Is the free HTML course you have advertised on your website ok to use if you have a Mac? I have a Maverick OSX. Iíve belonged to Dear Webby since 1994Ö.canít believe thatís 21 years ago now! (My subscription still comes through an old yahoo URL I keep). Thanks for your web page, itís great! Sincerely, Patricia Dear Patricia Yes, sure! HTML was developed in the 80s to work the same for everybody, UNIX, Linux, PC and Mac. It is the language used on the Internet, regardless of computer type or spoken language. Even though that site is unchanged except for ads added, every word they say about HTML is still 100% correct. A few minor things have been added to HTML since then, but it is unlikely that you will need those. If you do, just skype (dearwebby) or write me. Incidentally, that is how I got the name DearWebby: giving HTML and web help via PowWow, a program like Skype, that was popular in the early and mid 90's. Have Fun! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ The doctor noted with astonishment a tattoo of a bluebird on the shoulder of his 70 year old patient, who was in his office for her annual check up. She told him that she had wanted one her whole life, so she and her 16 year old grandson decided that they would get birthday tattoos together. The doctor inquired why she had not got one sooner. "Until now," she replied, "I was afraid of what my mother would say." ______________________________________________________ If you have a lot of tension and you get headaches, do what it says on the aspirin bottle: "Take two Aspirins and keep away from children." ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Furniture Polish for Removing Labels I was looking for a easy way to remove the labels from glass jars. I started reading all the different solutions people had come up with, but I still wanted something easier. I was looking around my room and I saw my furniture polish sitting on top of my stereo. I grabbed it sprayed it on one of the jars and grabbed a flat screwdriver. It worked really good. Then I realized that if I just spray a coat of polish on the jar and let it sit for 10 minutes or maybe even five, the label and all the sticky glue comes right off with the wipe of a towel. What's even better is that I bought my furniture polish at the 99 cent store. By Gellen [1] ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ During a sermon a mother with a fidgety seven-year-old boy told me how she finally got her son to sit still and be quiet. "About halfway through the sermon, she leaned over and whispered, 'If you don't be quiet, the Pastor is going to lose his place and will have to start his sermon all over again!' "It worked." _____________________________________________________ "I play golf in the low 80's," the little old man was telling one of the young boys at the club. "Wow," said the young man, "that's pretty impressive." "Not really," said the little old man. "Any hotter and I'd probably have a stroke." ____________________________________________________
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Today in 
1558 The French took the French town of Thioville from 
 the English. 
1611 English explorer Henry Hudson, his son and several 
 other people were set adrift in present-day Hudson Bay 
 by mutineers. 
1772 Slavery was outlawed in England. 
1807 British seamen board the USS Chesapeake, a provocation 
 leading to the War of 1812. 
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated a second time. 
1832 J.I. Howe patented the pin machine. 
1874 Dr. Andrew Taylor Still began the first known practice 
 of osteopathy. 
1909 The first transcontinental auto race ended in Seattle, WA. 
1911 King George V of England was crowned. 
1915 Austro-German forces occupied Lemberg on the Eastern 
 Front as the Russians retreat. 
1925 France and Spain agreed to join forces against Abd el Krim 
 in Morocco. 
1933 Germany became a one political party country when Hitler 
 banned parties other than the Nazis. 
1939 The first U.S. water-ski tournament was held at 
 Jones Beach, on Long Island, New York. 
1940 France and Germany signed an armistice at Compiegne, 
 on terms dictated by the Nazis. 
1941 Under the codename Barbarossa, Germany invaded the 
 Soviet Union. 
1942 A Japanese submarine shelled Fort Stevens at the 
 mouth of the Columbia River. 
1944 U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed the 
 "GI Bill of Rights" to provide broad benefits for 
 veterans of the war. 
1945 During World War II, the battle for Okinawa 
 officially ended after 81 days. 
1946 Jet airplanes were used to transport mail for 
 the first time. 
1956 The battle for Algiers began as three buildings in 
 Casbah were blown up. 
1964 The U.S. Supreme Court voted that Henry Miller's book, 
 "Tropic of Cancer", could not be banned. 
1970 U.S. President Richard Nixon signed an extension of the 
 Voting Rights Act of 1965. It required that the voting age 
 in the United States to be 18. 
1973 Skylab astronauts splashed down safely in the Pacific 
 after a record 28 days in space. 
1978 James W. Christy and Robert S. Harrington discovered 
 the only known moon of Pluto. The moon is named Charon. 
1980 The Soviet Union announced a partial withdrawal of its 
 forces from Afghanistan. 
1989 The government of Angola and the anti-Communist rebels 
 of the UNITA movement agreed to a formal truce in their 
 14-year-old civil war. 
1990 Checkpoint Charlie was dismantled in Berlin. 
1992 The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that hate-crime 
 laws that ban cross-burning and similar expressions of 
 racial bias violated free-speech rights. 
1998 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that evidence illegally 
 obtained by authorities could be used at revocation 
 hearings for a convicted criminal's parole. 
1998 The 75th National Marbles Tournament began in Wildwood, NJ. 
1999 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that persons with remediable 
 handicaps cannot claim discrimination in employment under 
 the Americans with Disability Act. 
2009 Eastman Kodak Company announced that it would discontinue 
sales of the Kodachrome Color Film.
2015  smiled.


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