Moving Eudora address books to new machine 

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______________________________________________________ Today's Bonehead Award goes to a Man huffs canned air after crash as cop watches Details at Boneheads Today, September 4, 1774 The first session of the U.S. Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia. The delegates drafted a declaration of rights and grievances, organized the Continental Association, and elected Peyton Randolph as the first president of the Continental Congress. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true. --- Niels Bohr (1885 - 1962) My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular. --- Adlai E. Stevenson Jr. (1900 - 1965) Many a man has fallen in love with a girl in a light so dim he would not have chosen a suit by it. --- Maurice Chevalier, singer ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ An old woman is riding in an elevator in a very lavish New York City building. A young and beautiful woman gets into the elevator, smelling of Expensive perfume. She turns to the old woman and says arrogantly, "Romance" by Ralph Lauren, $150 an ounce!" Then another young and beautiful woman gets on the elevator, and also very arrogantly turns to the old woman saying, "Channel No. 5, $200 an ounce!" About three floors later, the old woman has reached her destination and is about to get off the elevator. Before she leaves, she looks both beautiful women in the eye, then bends over, raises her skirt and trumpets a fart like the finale of an opera. Just before the elevator doors close behind her, she turns and whispers into the eyewatering fumes: "Broccoli, 49 cents a pound." ______________________________________________________ The young lady walked over to the room where she knew her friend was. "May I see Irving, please?" she asked the woman blocking the door. "We don't allow anyone but relatives to see the patients," replied the woman. "Are you a member of the family?" "Why-er-why, yes. I'm his sister," said the lady. "Oh, I'm so glad to meet you," said the woman. "I'm his mother!" ______________________________________________________ Thanks to Noella for this picture: My knock-out roses ______________________________________________________ A man driving in Southern Indiana, heading for Kentucky, saw a sign that read: "LAST CHANCE FOR $1.25 GAS!!!" He still had more than half of a tank left, but figured he'd better take advantage of this opportunity to fill up. As he was getting his change from the attendant, he asked, "How much is gas in Kentucky?" The man replied, "$1.19." ______________________________________________________
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by John Yates, 44, Topsham, Maine
Man huffs canned air after crash as cop watches Police say a Maine man crashed his SUV into a guardrail on an interstate and then inhaled canned air in front of the officer who pulled him over. Topsham Sgt. Robert Ramsay tells the Portland Press Herald ( that 44-year-old John Yates was arrested Monday night on Interstate 295 in Topsham. Ramsay says police saw Yates pull into a breakdown lane, then pull out suddenly, almost hitting a tractor-trailer. Police say a slow pursuit ensued until Yates hit a guardrail and crashed into a ditch. Police say Yates then grabbed a canister of keyboard cleaner and began huffing it. Yates faces charges including driving under the influence of drugs. He was being held Wednesday on $1,000 bail. Most likely the canned air gambit was to mask some real dope, but apparently they did not test for that.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Jim Re: Move Eudora Dear Webby, Greeting to you and thanks for all of you help, and the good jokes. I have just set up Eudora on my Laptop. What is the best way to get my Eudora address book from my PC to the laptop? I hope there is a simple solution to do this? Thanks in advance. Jim Dear Jim Yes, very simple. Once you have set up Eudora, all you do is copy over the entire contents of the Eudora directory. All the mailboxes and everything. Attachment and Embedded folders, all the folders. The setup just sets up the directory structure and puts Eudora into the registry. I have done that with every machine migration since the early 90's. If you don't want the mailboxes and JUST the address books: Address Book Files nndbase.txt: Your nicknames are saved in the nndbase.txt file. Note that this file contains the nicknames only, while the files in the Nickname folder contain the full data for each Address Book entry which includes the nickname and more. nndbase.toc: This file is the table of contents for your nicknames. The same characteristics apply as with the TOC files for the mailboxes. Nickname folder: Address Book entries are saved in the Nickname folder, in the default Eudora Nicknames file. If you have created additional Address Book files, they are kept under their own name in the Nickname directory. Personally, I just drag the entire contents of the Eudora folder over to the new machine, and continue working. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Eye halve a spelling chequer It came with my pea sea, It plainly marques four my revue Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Eye strike a key and type a word And weight four it two say Weather eye am wrong oar write It shows me strait a weigh. As soon as a mist ache is maid It nose bee fore two long And eye can put the error rite Its rarely ever wrong. Eye have run this poem threw it I am shore your pleased two no Its letter perfect in it's weigh My chequer tolled me sew. ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from ang Over the Door Hooks Upside Down I love the over the door hooks you get at the dollar stores. But sometimes, they can be used in the laundry room for catching the clothes before they wrinkle. I realized when finding a second hook that if your door is thinner, you can get more hanger room by flipping them upside down. The square garners you more hanger space, and the curved part hugs the thinner doors better. One hook holds 4 hangers and the other holds 6. This door is to the hot water heater, but some have cupboards over the washer and dryer, too. Hope that helps. PBP By Sandi/Poor But Proud [446] ______________________________________________________
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Today, Sept 5, in
1698 Russia's Peter the Great imposed a tax on beards. 
1774 The first session of the U.S. Continental Congress 
 convened in Philadelphia. The delegates drafted a declaration 
 of rights and grievances, organized the Continental Association, 
 and elected Peyton Randolph as the first president of the 
 Continental Congress. 
1793 In France, the "Reign of Terror" began. The National 
 Convention enacted measures to repress the French Revolutionary 
1836 Sam Houston was elected as the first president of the 
 Republic of Texas. 
1877 Sioux chief Crazy Horse was killed by the bayonet of a 
 U.S. soldier. The chief allegedly resisted confinement to a 
 jail cell. 
1881 The American Red Cross provided relief for disaster for 
 the first time. The disaster was the Great Fire of 1881 in Michigan. 
1882 The first U.S. Labor Day parade was held in New York City. 
1885 Jake Gumper bought the first gasoline pump to be manufactured 
 in the U.S. 
1900 France proclaimed a protectorate over Chad. 
1905 The Treaty of Portsmouth was signed by Russia and Japan to end 
 the Russo-Japanese War. The settlement was mediated by U.S. President 
 Theodore Roosevelt in New Hampshire. 
1914 The Battle of the Marne began. The Germans, British and French 
 fought for six days killing half a million people. 
1917 Federal raids were carried out in 24 cities on International 
 Workers of the World (IWW) headquarters. The raids were prompted by 
 suspected anti-war activities within the labor organization. 
1930 Charles Creighton and James Hagris completed the drive from 
 New York City to Los Angeles and back to New York City all in 
 reverse gear. The trip took 42 days in their 1929 Ford Model A. 
1939 The U.S. proclaimed its neutrality in World War II. 
1945 Iva Toguri D'Aquino was arrested. D'Aquino was suspected of 
 being the wartime radio propagandist "Tokyo Rose". She served 
 six years and was later pardoned by U.S. President Ford. 
1953 The first privately operated atomic reactor opened in 
 Raleigh, NC. 
1958 Boris Pasternak's "Doctor Zhivago" was published for the 
 first time in the U.S. 
1960 Cassius Clay of Louisville, KY, won the gold medal in light 
 heavyweight boxing at the Olympic Games in Rome, Italy. Clay 
 later changed his name to Muhammad Ali. 
1961 The U.S. government made airline hijacking a federal offense. 
1977 The U.S. launched Voyager . 
1980 The St. Gothard Tunnel opened in Switzerland. It is the world's 
 longest highway tunnel at 10.14 miles long. 
1982 Eddie Hill set a propeller-driven boat water speed record 
 when he reached 229 mph. 
1983 U.S. President Reagan denounced the Soviet Union for shooting 
 down a Korean Air Lines. Reagan demanded that the Soviet Union 
 pay reparations for the act that killed 269 people. 
1983 "Sports Illustrated" became the first national weekly magazine 
 to use four-color process illustrations on every page. 
1984 The space shuttle Discovery landed after its maiden voyage. 
1984 Mortimer Zuckerman purchased the newsmagazine, "U.S. News & 
 World Report" for $163 million. 
1985 Rioting in South Africa spilled into white neighborhoods 
 for the first time. 
1986 NASA launched DOD-1. 
1990 Iraqi President Saddam Hussein urged for a Holy War against 
 the West and former allies. 
1991 Soviet lawmakers created an interim government to usher 
 in the confederation after dissolving the U.S.S.R. The new 
 name the Union of Sovereign States was taken. 
1992 A General Motors Corporation strike ended with a new 
 agreement being approved. Nearly 43,000 workers were on strike. 
1995 France set off an underground nuclear blast in the 
 South Pacific. 
2003 In London, magician David Blaine entered a clear plastic 
 box and then was suspended by a crane over the banks of the 
Thames River. He remained there until October 19 surviving 
 only on water. 
2015  smiled.

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