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Today's Bonehead Award goes to a NYC man who snorted heroin during police interview Details at Boneheads ______________________________________________________ Today, November 26, in 1867 J.B. Sutherland patented the refrigerated railroad car. More of what happened on this day in history at History ______________________________________________________ Good people are good because they've come to wisdom through failure. --- William Saroyan (1908 - 1981) The future, according to some scientists, will be exactly like the past, only far more expensive. --- John Sladek ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Two neighbors who had been rivals all their lives followed different career paths. One eventually became an Admiral in the Navy, the other went into the Catholic Church and became a Bishop. As fate would have it, they happened to meet at an Airport. The Bishop spied the Admiral first and said loudly, "Oh porter, from what gate is the flight to Dallas leaving?" The Admiral approached, bowed, and said "Gate 7 Madame, but should you be traveling in your condition ?" ______________________________________________________ A mother took her little boy to church. While in church the little boy said, "Mommy, I have to pee." The mother said to the little boy, "It's not nice to say the word 'pee' in church. So, from now on whenever you have to pee just tell me that you have to 'whisper'." The following Sunday, the little boy went to church with his father and during the service said to his father, "Daddy, I have to whisper." The father looked at him and said, "Okay, why don't you whisper in my ear." ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ >Reported by Wayne An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Vincent Arcona 27, Medford NY
NYC man who snorted heroin during police interview While in police custody for his alleged connection to a fatal shooting near the so-called "Zombie McDonald's" by Penn Station, "person of interest" Vincent Arcona pulled something interesting out of his person. According to a criminal complaint from the Manhattan DA, Arcona was in a police station interview room when he "reached into his buttocks area" and produced a small package containing heroin. Magic. NYPD Detective Adrian Calemmo says Arcona then placed the heroin on the table in front of him and snorted it. Mission accomplished, he then allegedly tossed the packaging on the floor, under the table, where the detective says he later recovered it. Asked about the packaging, Arcona allegedly admitted that it had previously contained heroin, back when it was up inside his butt. Arcona has not been charged with anything in connection to the fatal shooting yet, but on Saturday he was arraigned on charges of evidence tampering and criminal possession of a controlled substance. He's being held on $25,000 bail. The suspect in the shooting, Francisco Alsina, 23, was reportedly arrested in Rhode Island on Friday and is awaiting extradition back to NYC. Investigators believe he fatally shot Angel Quiñones, 43, and wounded two others last Monday morning during a dispute over drug dealing turf.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Wendy Re: Problem with free trial Dear Webby, Hi Webby - Wanted to tell you about the problem I have been having since I downloaded the free trial of McAfee. About 10 times a day I get a pop up from McAfee stating my firewall is off. I have to go to there and turn it on again. It just doesn't seem to stay on. Today I got a notice that my computer has not been protected for the last 15 days which is about when I downloaded the free trial version and I only has about 2 weeks left for my free version. Any help with this problem would be appreciated or an 800 number that I could call to speak to someone for help. Thanks again, Wendy Dear Wendy I have used the paid version since 1987, and don't really know anything about the free version. Re the FireWall: You probably have set Windows to use the Windows FireWall. That clashes with the McAfee Firewall. Tech Support with most companies usually just works for the paid version. I doubt that McAfee is an exception there. However, you can try sneaking in through this Back Door Have the email you used to sign up handy. Keep in mind, if you DO get any support for the free trial, it is probably very low wage Taliban, who are paid by the minute. They will waste endless time just identifying you and your version. When you are ready to get the full version, don't try to sneak around me. You'll wind up paying full price. Get it via http://webby.com/mac at half price. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ A priest went into a Washington, D.C. barbershop and got his hair cut. He then asked how much he owed the barber. "No charge, Father," the barber said. "I consider it a service to the Lord." When the barber arrived at his shop the next morning, he found a dozen small prayer booklets on the stoop along with a thank you note from the priest. A few days later, a police officer came in. "How much do I owe you?" the cop asked after his haircut. "No charge, officer," the barber answered. "I consider it a service to my community." The next morning the barber found a dozen doughnuts on the stoop along with a thank you note from the police officer. A few days after that, a Senator walked in for a haircut. "How much do I owe you?" he asked afterward. "No charge," the barber replied. "I consider it a service to my country." The next morning when he arrived at the shop, the barber found a dozen Senators waiting on the stoop. ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Paper Towel as Coffee Filter Substitute While staying at my son's cottage in a remote area, I ran out of coffee filters this morning. It didn't take me long to try a basic (Bounty 1/2) sheet and it worked wonderfully in the coffeemaker. By Esther C. [2] Rinsing used coffee filters works fine too. I don't like throwing wet grounds into the garbage, because that promotes rotting and smelling, and because the myth that coffee grounds are good for plants is BS, I often just rinse used coffee filters and drape them over a plastic can to dry. They are surprisingly strong and durable. Plumbers claim that rinsing coffee grounds down the drain helps keeping it clean and from ever stopping up. I have to agree. The only stopped up kitchen sink I have ever seen was in cartoons. Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ While working as a volunteer at our local Boy Scout Council office, one of the professional staff -- who was wearing street clothes instead of her usual uniform -- was talking about the International Phonetic Alphabet. She said that she had learned it some years ago and proceeded to recite it. "Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta..." When she got to the letter "U," she stumbled and asked for help. I offered a hint: "What *aren't* you wearing today?" "Oh, Underwear !" she replied ___________________________________________________
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____________________________________________________ The following classified ad was in the Austin American Statesman newspaper, under the pets & livestock, exotic animal section, on Wednesday, 09/10/1997: PETS & LIVESTOCK - Exotic Animals Mixed breed female free to good home. Lazy and sloppy, shots current, more or less house broken, has license, owns transportation. Enjoys music, dancing & late hours, seldom is home. Beautiful markings, 22 yr old, sometimes answers to `Dorothy.' Call DP# 625-1448. Mother is fed up and wants to clean house. ____________________________________________________ One day came home from school and said: "Dad, today I learned that we are all descendants of the apes." "NOT TRUE!", his father thundered, but then conceded: "Well, YOU might be a descendant of an ape, but I am NOT!" ____________________________________________________ Noella's Blunders Thanks to my sister Rita for her blunder My husband Milt wanted hard-boiled eggs so we got out half a dozen and put them in warm water to warm them up a bit before boiling. About a half hour later, I passed the pan and turned on the burner. I went to the computer to check Facebook for a bit and then to the couch to watch TV but since I was sleepy I closed my eyes. An hour later, I awoke to the smell of cooking and figured Milt was getting something to eat. After a few minutes, I heard popping and then I was looking forward to popcorn. There was a really LOUD pop. As I jumped up, Milt asked what on earth was going on. We rushed to the kitchen and found the pan had boiled dry with eggs still cooking and popping open and splattering all over the kitchen. We had managed to cook, crack, pop open and chop up the eggs all in one step. It may be a while before we get the smell of burnt eggs out of here. Rita Noella ____________________________________________________
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Today, November 26, in
1716 The first lion to be exhibited in America went on display 
 in Boston, MA. 
1789 U.S. President Washington set aside this day to observe 
 the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. 
1832 Public streetcar service began in New York City. 
1867 J.B. Sutherland patented the refrigerated railroad car. 
1917 The National Hockey League (NHL) was officially formed 
 in Montreal, Canada. 
1922 In Egypt, Howard Carter peered into the tomb of King 
 Tutankhamen. 
1940 The Nazis forced 500,000 Jews of Warsaw, Poland to live 
 within a walled ghetto. 
1941 U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill 
 establishing the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving 
 Day. 
1942 U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered nationwide 
 gasoline rationing to begin December 1. 
1942 The motion picture "Casablanca" had its world premiere
1943 The HMS Rohna became the first ship to be sunk by a guided 
 missile. The German missile attack led to the death of 
 1,015 U.S. troops. 
1950 China entered the Korean conflict forcing UN forces to 
 retreat. 
1958 Maurice Richard (Montreal Canadiens) scored his 600th NHL 
 career goal. 
1965 France became the third country to enter space when it 
 launched its first satellite the Diamant-A. 
1975 Lynette"Squeaky" Fromme was found guilty by a federal jury 
 in Sacramento, CA, for trying to assassinate U.S. President Ford 
 on September 5. 
1979 The International Olympic Committee voted to re-admit China 
 after a 21-year absence. 
1983 A Brinks Mat Ltd. vault at London's Heathrow Airport was 
 robbed by gunmen. The men made off with 6,800 gold bars worth 
 nearly $40 million. Only a fraction of the gold has ever been 
 recovered and only two men were convicted in the heist. 
1985 The rights to Richard Nixon's autobiography were acquired 
 by Random House for $3,000,000. 
1986 U.S. President Reagan appointed a commission headed by 
 former Sen. John Tower to investigate his National Security 
 Council staff after the Iran-Contra affair. 
1988 The U.S. denied an entry visa to PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, 
 who was seeking permission to travel to New York to address 
 the U.N. General Assembly. 
1990 Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Iraqi Foreign 
 Minister Tariq Aziz at the Kremlin to demand that Iraq withdraw 
 from Kuwait. 
1990 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. agreed to acquire MCA Inc. 
 for $6.6 billion. 
1992 The British government announced that Queen Elizabeth II had 
 volunteered to start paying taxes on her personal income. She 
 also took her children off the public payroll. 
1995 Two men set fire to a subway token booth in the Brooklyn 
 borough of New York City. The clerk inside was fatally burned. 
1998 Hulk Hogan announced that he was retiring from pro wrestling 
 and would run for president in 2000. 
2003 The U.N. atomic agency adopted a resolution that censured Iran 
 for past nuclear cover-ups and warning that it would be policed 
 to put to rest suspicions that the country had a weapons agenda. 
2011 The Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity spacecraft launched from 
 Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL. The Mars rover Curiosity 
 landed on the floor of Gale Crater on August 6, 2012. 
2015  smiled.


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