How to clip pictures from a movie 

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Today is Saturday, June 27

Thank you, Patricia !!

I read that Obama claimed a great victory for divorce
lawyers, since same sex couples split and divorce much
more frequently than traditional couples. That will cause
a noticeable boom in the construction of yachts and high
end mansions, and the wages of the construction workers
will trickle down to everybody.

It won't offset the job exports from the Asian trade deal,
but it might help a bit.

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Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________ Today's Bonehead Award goes to a Man Tried To Smuggle Oxycodone Hidden Inside McDonald's Double Cheeseburger To Jailed Wife Details at Boneheads Today in 1954 The world's first atomic power station opened at Obninsk, near Moscow. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time. --- Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 - 1900) The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do. --- B. F. Skinner (1904 - 1990) Everybody is ignert, just on different topics. --- Socratex If you want to cut down on the number of relatives who are hanging around, borrow money from the rich ones and lend money to the ones who are poor. You will never see any of them again. --- Socratex ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ >From Pastor Tim Here's hoping there is no one like this at your workplace. Faced with hard times, the company offered a bonus of one thousand dollars to any employee who could come up with a way of saving money. The bonus went to a young woman in accounting who suggested limiting future bonuses to ten dollars. ______________________________________________________ Father Murphy was playing golf with a parishioner. On the first hole, he sliced into the rough. His opponent heard him mutter "Hoover!" under his breath. On the second hole, the ball went straight into a water hazard. "Hoover!" again, a little louder this time. On the third hole, a miracle occurred and Fr. Murphy's drive landed on the green only six inches from the hole! "Praise be to God!" He carefully lined up the putt, but the ball curved around the hole instead of going in. "HOOVER!!!!" By this time, his opponent couldn't withhold his curiosity any longer, and asked why the priest said "Hoover". "It's the biggest dam I know." ______________________________________________________ Thanks to BigGeekDad for this picture: Click through to the big picture Let's GIT! ______________________________________________________
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Man Tried To Smuggle Oxycodone Hidden Inside McDonald's Double Cheeseburger To Jailed Wife An Alabama man tried to smuggle Oxycodone to his imprisoned wife by hiding the pills between the patties of a McDonald’s double cheeseburger that he dropped off at the local jail, cops report. Timothy Lee Thompson’s bid to get two powerful pain pills into the tiny Red Bay city jail was thwarted when a police employee searched the McDonald’s grub and discovered the narcotics. Pictured above, Thompson, 31, was arrested Friday for promoting prison contraband. He was subsequently freed on $2500 bond after being booked on the felony count. Thompson’s spouse Ashley--who is facing a theft charge-- remains locked up in the jail, which houses up to four inmates, according to Red Bay Police Department Chief Jana Jackson. Jackson told TSG that her department allows inmates to receive food and care packages from friends and family, but added that the items are checked before entering the lockup. Thompson was aware of this, since he had previously dropped off a book for his wife and watched as an officer did a page-by-page examination of the volume. Since inmates are fed bologna sandwiches and Hot Pockets, the dropping off of other food has been allowed by police. However, following the Oxycodone smuggling attempt, food items brought to the jail for inmates must now be “sealed,” Jackson said.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Hermon Re: Clip pictures from movies Good Friday Morning, DearWebby As always, thanks for the best way to start my day, A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Need some help, just finished my 50th class reunion and one of my classmates sent me his reunion pictures on a youtube video. any way to cut the video into original pictures? Thanks ,Hermon in Ky. Dear Hermon You need a graphics program for that. Pretty well any graphics program will work fine. Open the graphics program and then the movie. Run the movie, and when you get to a memorable spot, stop it. Do a screen capture with the graphics program, or hit ALT PrintScreen ALT TAB to the Graphics program CTRL V to paste the screen shot. Crop it down to what is worth keeping and save it with a descriptive file name into a location, that you can easily find. Then do the same with the next shot that you want to keep. There is no way or reason to keep each frame, since there are 16 frames per second. It would drive you nuts trying to find the right frame amongst thousands. You just have run the movie till you get to interesting spots, stop it and cclip a few good frames. Have Fun! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ >From Samantha Sometimes you are sad ....and no one sees your tears. Sometimes you are happy ....and no one sees your smile. But fart just ONE time..... ______________________________________________________ Passing by the primate area one day, a zoo attendant happens to notice a chimpanzee sitting on a rock with an open book in either hand, looking first at one and then at the other. Upon closer examination, he identifies the books: the Bible, and Darwin's "Origin of Species". Curious, he asks the chimp, "What's with the books?" The chimp replies, "I'm trying to decide whether I'm my brother's keeper, or my keeper's brother." ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Washing Soda for Cleaning Sponges Washing soda is best for cleaning sponges and cleaning cloths. It will remove soap, dirt, or anything else remaining within. Things caught in the sponge will cause odors as well as give germs a place to fester. I even clean my micro cloths this way. It is safe enough to clean Enjo mops and cloths. By katesnanna [12] ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ 15 Of The Most Stupid Questions Ever Asked In Class. 1. "Is Alaska a real state, or are you just messing with me?" 2. In class we were discussing the hole in the ozone layer. Some girl blurts out "Oh! That is the hole that the space shuttle flies through, right?" 3. We had a big presentation near the end of my 4th year of high school. It as one of those, “Things to know before you graduate” type things. One of the topics was choosing your area of study for college/university. One kid said, “I’m not a liberal, and my dad is pretty conservative. Am I still allowed go to school for liberal arts?” 4. Our 9th grade English teacher was collecting food and stuff to send to Japan after the tsunami, namely rice. A girl raised her hand and asked if it was to soak up all the water. 5. "Wait, volcanoes are real? I thought they were made up." This was a high school freshman... 6. In my World History class a student was put on the spot and mumbled out the following question, "wait, did food exist back then?" My teacher simply said, “Nope. The ancient Greeks used photosynthesis.” 7. We were discussing forest fires that were going on somewhere in the midwest at the time, and a girl asked, "How can the fires keep burning for more than one day? Do they start back up again every morning?" 8. "Hey teacher, how many seconds are in a meter?" 9. I had to explain to basically 75% of a science class in high school that ants were animals, they didn't believe me so I had them go to the teacher, they were shocked: "bugs are animals". 10. On the first day of class I was doing my standard introductions and I told my class that I was from Portland, Oregon. In response to this, a girl in her mid-twenties asked me: "So do you speak Portuguese then?" 11. High school chemistry class, we were working on a lab where we had to make little squares on a piece of plastic to perform tests in, and the squares had to have 2 cm long sides. This kid at my lab table, who had already proven to be not so bright in class many times beforehand, got our teacher's attention, then asked what a centimeter was. After the teacher thoroughly explained what a centimeter is, and where exactly to find them on the ruler in front of him, the student turned to us and said: "I'm still not understanding this centimeter thing." --- I used to 'splain the Metric system with a sugar cube. Each side measures 1 centimeter long, wide or high. Each square has 1 square centimeter surface. The volume is 1 cubic centimeter. If you have an ice cube the size of a sugar cube, it weighs one gram. If you have water in a container the size of a sugar cube, it takes one calorie to raise it's temperature one degree celsius. Can you ask for something more simple than that? 12. The following exchange took place in my grade 11 history class. We were discussing Egypt, and one girl actually said, "Egypt really exists? I thought it was just some place from Jimmy Neutron." Somebody else in the class also spoke up, saying, "What do you mean place, I thought Egypt was a religion." 13. Our class was discussing American history and the topic of the Vietnam war came up. One student mentioned that he is actually from Vietnam, and that he had family members who had gone through the war. A teenaged girl raised her hand and said, completely seriously, “How can you be from Vietnam? Vietnam is a war, not a place.” 14. I’ll never forget this moment. Now given this was in the eighth grade, but still… a girl asked me how to spell "GPS". 15. Girl in my high school earth science class felt compelled to ask this one:"Where does the sun go at night?" _____________________________________________________ Ball Mason Jar commercial ____________________________________________________
I've always wanted to be an archaeologist and discover ancient civilizations and mysterious structures.

Today in 
0363 The death of Roman Emperor Julian brought an end to 
 the Pagan Revival. 
1743 King George II of England defeated the French at 
 Dettingen, Bavaria, in the War of the Austrian Succession. 
1787 Edward Gibbon completed "The Decline and Fall of the 
 Roman Empire." It was published the following May. 
1801 British forces defeated the French and took control 
 of Cairo, Egypt. 
1847 New York and Boston were linked by telegraph wires. 
1871 The yen became the new form of currency in Japan. 
1885 Chichester Bell and Charles S. Tainter applied for 
 a patent for the gramophone. It was granted on May 4, 1886. 
1893 The New York stock market crashed. By the end of the 
 year 600 banks and 74 railroads had gone out of business. 
1905 The battleship Potemkin succumbed to a mutiny on the 
 Black Sea. 
1918 Two German pilots were saved by parachutes for the 
 first time. 
1923 Yugoslav Premier Nikola Pachitch was wounded by 
 Serb attackers in Belgrade. 
1927 The U.S. Marines adopted the English bulldog as 
 their mascot. 
1929 Scientists at Bell Laboratories in New York revealed 
 a system for transmitting television pictures. 
1931 Igor Sikorsky filed U.S. Patent 1,994,488, which 
 marked the breakthrough in helicopter technology. 
1940 Robert Pershing Wadlow was measured by Dr. Cyril 
 MacBryde and Dr. C. M. Charles. They recorded his height 
 at 8' 11.1." He was only 22 at the time of his death on 
 July 15, 1940. 
1944 During World War II, American forces completed their 
 capture of the French port of Cherbourg from the German army. 
1950 Two days after North Korea invaded South Korea, U.S. 
 President Truman ordered the Air Force and Navy into the 
 Korean conflict. The United Nations Security Council had 
 asked for member nations to help South Korea repel an 
 invasion from the North. 
1954 The world's first atomic power station opened at 
 Obninsk, near Moscow. 
1955 The state of Illinois enacted the first automobile 
 seat belt legislation. 
1967 The world's first cash dispenser was installed at 
 Barclays Bank in Enfield, England. The device was 
 invented by John Sheppard-Barron. The machine operated 
 on a voucher system and the maximum withdrawal was $28. 
1972 Bobby Hull signed a 10-year hockey contract for 
 $2,500,000. He became a player and coach of the Winnipeg 
 Jets of the World Hockey Association. 
1973 Former White House counsel John W. Dean told the 
 Senate Watergate Committee about an "enemies list" that 
 was kept by the Nixon White House. 
1973 Nixon vetoed a Senate ban on bombing Cambodia. 
1980 U.S. President Carter signed legislation reviving 
 draft registration. 
1985 Route 66 was officially removed from the United 
 States Highway System. 
1986 The World Court ruled that the U.S. had broken 
 international law by aiding Nicaraguan rebels. 
1995 Qatar's Crown Prince Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani 
 ousted his father in a bloodless palace coup. 
1998 An English woman was impregnated with her dead husband's 
 sperm after two-year legal battle over her right to the sperm. 
2005 In Alaska's Denali National Park, a roughly 70-million year 
 old dinosaur track was discovered. The track was form a 
 three-toed Cretaceous period dinosaur.
2015  smiled.

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