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______________________________________________________ Today's Bonehead Award goes to a Chicago man killed girlfriend and bragged about it on Facebook Details at Boneheads Today in 1776 The amended Declaration of Independence, prepared by Thomas Jefferson, was approved and signed by John Hancock, the President of the Continental Congress in America. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them. --- Galileo Galilei (1564 - 1642) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ The factory of the future will have two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog, and the dog will be there to keep the man from touching the computers. ______________________________________________________ A Sunday school teacher was discussing the Ten Commandments with her five and six year olds. After explaining the commandment to "honor thy father and thy mother," she asked "Is there a commandment that teaches us how to treat our brothers and sisters?" Without missing a beat one little boy answered, "Thou shall not kill." ______________________________________________________ Getty Images is hassling me, demanding an outrageous amount of money for using a picture, that has been posted to a public domain site over four years ago, without any indication, that somebody will demand payment AFTER it has been used. They demand more than I make of the Humor Letter in 3 years. I simply don't have that kind of money. If the Humor Letter suddenly stops, I'll be in jail. So no more pictures except for those taken by my dad or me, or taken and submitted by you. Instead, here is a random picture at Imgur. Random Picture at Imgur Random pictures are of course not carefully selected by me and could be awful, but theoretically should be family safe. ______________________________________________________
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by James E. Thomas, 49 Chicago, Illinois
Just days before the killing, police officers transported James E. Thomas, 49, to Stroger Hospital for a mental evaluation, police said. Thomas is now charged with first-degree murder and aggravated assault to a peace officer with a weapon. Thomas posted on Vanessa Taylor's Facebook page: " My gitlfriend was part. Of the mob she came to kill me so i killed her " After that, police found Vanessa V. Taylor, 49, unresponsive at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday in the apartment she shared with Thomas in the 4300 block of W. Flournoy. She had been strangled with a computer cord, police said. Police had responded to another disturbance at the apartment, Sunday night. Thomas was not arrested at that time but was transported to Stroger Hospital for a mental evaluation, police said. He was released from the hospital the next day and less than 24 hours later Taylor was dead, according to the couple’s landlord, Jana Hardwick.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: DJ Re: Soap Dear Webby could you ask linda where she found that soap. there's nothing like that in milwaukee DJ Hi DJ You can go to and post feedback to Lina D ... lls-3.html At the bottom of that. Also, Dr Bronner does have a site: and the more expensive vegetarian stores will probably have it. Be aware, though, that fancy Castille Almond stuff is extremely expensive! $64 per gallon ! You can accomplish the same with Simple Green from the automotive care products isle at Home Depot or Walmart. TSP from the paint products isle works too. With Simple Green and TSP you dilute them with water. Be aware that if you toss the used wash water when using TSP out onto your lawn, you will get a darker green splotch. That TSP used to be the active part of laundry soap and dish soap, and caused vegetation in rivers and canals to become a real problem by the late 60's. Since the early 70's many laundry detergents advertise "No phospates!", meaning "No TSP". Painters and professional cleaners still use the stuff, and you can too. Just don't keep using it for laundry all year long and other stuff once your walls are clean. Have Fun! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ David's wife was mad at him, because he forgot her birthday. Quick-witted, David said, "But how do you expect me to remember your birthday when you never look any older?" ______________________________________________________ One day a man called the church office. He said, "Can I speak to the head hog at the trough?" The secretary thought she heard what he said, but said, "I'm sorry, who?" The caller repeated, "Can I speak to the head hog at the trough?" She said, "Well, if you mean the preacher, then you may refer to him as 'Pastor,' or 'Brother,' but I prefer that you not refer to him as the 'head hog at the trough'!" To this the man replied, "Well, I was planning on giving $100,000 to the building fund...." To this the secretary quickly responded "Hang on, I think the big fat pig just waddled in!" ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Vinegar Fruit Fly Trap To catch fruit flies in the house, I keep apple cider vinegar in a couple of 6 ounce jelly jars placed around the house and accessible all the time. I like the jar idea because the plastic is held in place with a jar band. The container is small and can easily be placed in any area of the house. To make this trap, fill about 1/3 or the jar with apple cider vinegar. Cover it with plastic wrap and screw the jar band on. Punch a small hole in the middle of the plastic on top. Trim off the excess plastic wrap on outside of jar. The fruit fly goes in and can't get out. By Litter Gitter [123] ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ At one point in my life I had considered joining the Baptist Church. For those of you who don't know, the Baptists practice total body immersion to baptize a person. Luckily I even knew a minister in that faith, having dated his daughter, and I asked him if he would consider performing the service. He paused a minute or two, gave me a long thoughtful look and said, "If you're serious about this, a dipping just won't do it for you. We'll have to find a place to anchor you overnight." _____________________________________________________ Recipe: A series of step-by-step instructions for preparing ingredients you forgot to buy, in utensils you don't own, to make a dish the dog won't eat. And then there are those of us who consider a recipe as an approximate starting point for wild experiments and wacky changes, and who get impatient when other people can't get the same delicious results when they follow a simple recipe. ____________________________________________________
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Today in 
1776 The amended Declaration of Independence, prepared by 
 Thomas Jefferson, was approved and signed by John Hancock, 
 the President of the Continental Congress in America. 
1803 The Louisiana Purchase was announced in newspapers. 
 The property was purchased, by the U.S. from France, was 
 for $15 million (or 3 cents an acre). The "Corps of 
 Discovery," led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, 
 began the exploration of the territory on May 14, 1804. 
1817 Construction began on the Erie Canal, to connect 
 Lake Erie and the Hudson River. 
1845 American writer Henry David Thoreau began his 
 two-year experiment in simple living at Walden Pond, 
 near Concord, MA. 
1884 Bullfighting was introduced in the U.S. in Dodge City, KS. 
1886 The first US rodeo in America was held at Prescott, AZ. 
1892 The first double-decked street car service was 
 inaugurated in San Diego, CA. 
1894 After seizing power, Judge Stanford B. Dole declared 
 Hawaii a republic. 
1901 William H. Taft became the American governor of the 
1910 Race riots broke out all over the United States after 
 African-American Jack Johnson knocked out Jim Jeffries 
 in a heavyweight boxing match. 
1934 Boxer Joe Louis won his first professional fight. 
1934 At Mount Rushmore, George Washington's face was 
1946 The Philippines achieved full independence for the 
 first time in over four hundred years. 
1960 The 50-star U.S. flag made its debut in Philadelphia, PA. 
1966 U.S. President Johnson signed the Freedom of 
 Information Act, which went into effect the following year. 
1982 The Soviets performed a nuclear test at Eastern Kazakhl 
1987 Klaus Barbie, the former Gestapo chief known as the 
 "Butcher of Lyon," was convicted by a French court of 
 crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison. 
1997 The Mars Pathfinder, an unmanned spacecraft, landed 
 on Mars. A rover named Sojourner was deployed to gather 
 data about the surface of the planet. 
1997 Ferry service between Manhattan and Staten Island 
 was made free of charge. Previously, the charge had 
 ranged from 5 cents to 50 cents. 
2005 NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft took pictures as a 
 space probe smashed into the Tempel 1 comet. The mission 
 was aimed at learning more about comets that formed 
 from the leftover buidling blocks of the solar system. 
 The Deep Impact mission launched on January 12, 2005. 
2009 North Korea launched seven ballistic missiles into 
 waters off its east coast that defied U.N. resolutions. 
2009 The Statue of Liberty's crown reopened to visitors. 
 It had been closed to the public since 2001. 
2015  smiled.

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