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______________________________________________________ Today's Bonehead Award goes to an Idaho man arrested for carrying stolen goods past cop and fleeing when cop tried to arrest him. Details at Boneheads Today, September 19, in 1876 Melville R. Bissell patented the carpet sweeper. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ Political advertising ought to be stopped. It's the only really dishonest kind of advertising that's left. --- David M. Ogilvy ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ The police recently busted a man selling tablets that he claimed stopped aging. When going through their files they noticed it was the fourth time he was caught for doing this. He had earlier been arrested in 1794, 1856 and 1928. ______________________________________________________ Deciding to take up jogging, the middle-aged man was astounded by the wide selection of jogging shoes available at the local sports shoe store. While trying on a basic pair of jogging shoe, he noticed a minor feature and asked the clerk about it. "What's this little pocket thing here on the side for?" "Oh, that's to carry spare change so you can call your wife to come pick you up when you've jogged too far." ______________________________________________________ Thanks to Noella for her Fall picture Fall ______________________________________________________ Doctor: Nurse, how is that little girl doing who swallowed ten quarters last night? Nurse: No change yet. ______________________________________________________
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Mozes Joseph Jimenez, 25, Twin Falls, Idaho
Idaho man arrested for carrying stolen goods past cop and fleeing when cop tried to arrest him. A man caught shoplifting at Target walked past a Twin Falls Police Officer with an armful of clothing he was planning to steal, police said. He then pretended to look for a receipt for the stolen goods in his car and fled, nearly hitting the officer, police said. Mozes Joseph Jimenez, 25, was arraigned Tuesday in Twin Falls Magistrate Court on a charge of felony burglary. Officer Matthew Ferronato was at Target, 1611 Blue Lakes Blvd., on May 30 speaking with a manager when a customer approached and said a man carried several clothing items out of the store without paying for them, court documents said. Ferronato went outside to find Jimenez walking toward a car carrying clothes without a bag that were still on hangers and had tags attached to them, police said. Ferronato reported that when asked if he had a receipt for the clothes Jimenez appeared to become nervous and slowly reached into his pocket. He then pulled his hand out with nothing in it. Jimenez opened his car door and said the receipt must be in the car, court documents said. Jimenez then proceed to look behind his seat underneath a windshield cover. Jimenez sat down into the driver seat and started to reach under the front passenger seat, police said. Ferronato asked him to step out of the car, but Jimenez turned it on and threw it in reverse. He backed up so quickly Ferronato had to run out of the way to avoid being sideswiped, court documents said. Ferronato got into his car and began pursuit, but after Jimenez turned onto Fillmore Street and then North College Road Ferronato was ordered to stop the chase, police said. An asset protection employee for Target said the merchandise taken from the store was worth about $80. Jimenez was arrested Monday. His bond was set at $25,000 and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 11.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Pam Re: McAfee WHOA page Dear Webby, I went to a site after searching for it on Google, and McAfee hit me with the scary "WHOA, get back!" page. I phoned the company, -their phone number was in the Google results-, but they told me that since Google listed their page, obviously the problem was on my side, and that I should use AVG or Norton, and would not get that "false warning". Sounds to me the guy was an incompetent or clueless bozo. I wasily found an alternative place, that did not have a warning from McAfee. Is that sort of thing common? Pam Dear Pam Yes, unfortunately that is quite common. The same thing happened to me again a few days ago. I had heard that the owner of that site was rather clueless, so I didn't waste my time phoning, and simply went to another site, that sold the same stuff. That happens about every second month to me. The problem is not the server. The webhost normally doesn't do any malware check. The problem is the webmaster. If her or his computer is infected, then the work they produce is often also infected. The infection is not necessarily a virus, but often just some sneaky ads or links, that lead to malicious or unsafe sites. McAfee follows all the links and tests them. If one leads to an unsafe site, then you get the big, red "WHOA!" page. Just because AVG or Norton don't follow up the links on a site, or even bother checking where you are browsing to, that does not mean the sites they fail to warn you about, are safe. That is why I have always recommended to get McAfee. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Seven wheelchair athletes have been banned from the Paralympics after they tested positive for WD40. ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Anise Extract for Acid Reflux This does not work for everyone, but it worked for my son-in-law and I. We both had acid reflux. I had read something in a book about licorice oil being an aid. I went to the store and tried to find licorice oil with no luck. (I found later you can order it through a drug store.) Since I couldn't find it, I got to thinking that licorice tastes and is substituted with anise. I went looking for anise oil but couldn't find any. I finally went to the grocery store in the seasonings aisle. I found anise extract. It was fairly inexpensive so I bought a bottle. I took it home and followed the other instructions I remembered. "Taking it carefully, start with a small amount (up to two TEASPOONS, not tablespoons). I took up to two teaspoons the first time and had relief. I had to repeat a couple months later but haven't had any backup since. My son-in-law tried it and one dose fixed his problem. My daughter tried it but got the instructions mixed up and took two tablespoons. She has not had much relief. Proving once again that too much of a good thing isn't good. I shared this with my counselor, who tried it. She shared with her clients. They were cured too. I didn't hear of any failures from her. Source: I think the book was a Pioneer Cookbook I had purchased somewhere in my lifetime. By Grandmama [3] ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ "Recently we got a call from that big white church at 11th and Walnut," the paramedic said. "A frantic usher was very concerned that during the sermon an elderly man passed out in a pew and appeared to be dead. The usher could find no pulse and there was no noticeable breathing." "What was so unusual and demanding about this particular call?" the interviewer asked. "Well," the paramedic said, "we carried out seven guys before we found the one who was dead." ___________________________________________________

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____________________________________________________ PIANO, n. A parlor utensil for subduing the impenitent visitor. It is operated by depressing the keys of the machine and the spirits of the audience. --- Ambrose Bierce ____________________________________________________
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Today, Sept 19, in
1356 The Battle of Poitiers was fought between England and France. 
 Edward "the Black Prince" captured France's King John. 
1777 The Battle of Saratoga was won by American soldiers during 
 the Revolutionary War. 
1819 John Keats wrote "Ode to Autumn." 
1876 Melville R. Bissell patented the carpet sweeper. 
1891 "The Merchant of Venice" was performed for the first 
 time at Manchester. 
1893 In New Zealand, the Electoral Act 1893 was consented to giving 
 all women in New Zealand the right to vote. 
1955 Argentina President Juan Peron was ousted after a revolt by 
 the army and navy. 
1957 The U.S. conducted its first underground nuclear test. 
 The test took place in the Nevada desert. 
1959 Nikita Khruschev was not allowed to visit Disneyland due to 
 security reasons. Khrushchev reacted angrily. 
1960 Cuban leader Fidel Castro, in New York to visit the United 
 Nations, checked out of the Shelburne Hotel angrily after a 
 dispute with the management. 
1982 Scott Fahlman became the first person to use :-) in an online 
1983 Lebanese army units defending Souk el-Gharb were supported 
 in their effort by two U.S. Navy ships off Beirut. 
1986 U.S. health officials announced that AZT, though an 
 experimental drug, would be made available to AIDS patients. 
1988 Israel successfully launched the Horizon-I test satellite. 
1990 Iraq began confiscating foreign assets of countries that 
 were imposing sanctions against the Iraqi government. 
1992 The U.N. Security Council recommended suspending Yugoslavia 
 due to its role in the Bosnian civil war. 
1994 U.S. troops entered Haiti peacefully to enforce the return 
 of exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. 
1995 The commander of American forces in Japan and the U.S. 
 ambassador apologized for the rape of a schoolgirl committed by 
 three U.S. servicemen. 
1996 The government of Guatemala and leftist rebels signed a peace 
 treaty to end their long war. 
2002 In Ivory Coast, around 750 rebel soldiers attempted to 
 overthrow the government. U.S. troops landed on September 25th to 
 help move foreigners, including Americans, to safer areas. 
2003 It was reported that AOL Time Warner was going to drop "AOL" 
 from its name and be known as Time Warner Inc. The company 
 had announced its merger and name change on January 10, 2000. 
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