Fake mil delivery failure alert virus 



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Today's Bonehead Award goes to an Alaskan arrested after cops find "wad" of cash, drugs inside her. Details at Boneheads ______________________________________________________ Today, December 13, in 1577 Five ships under the command of Sir Francis Drake left Plymouth, England, to embark on Drake's circumnavigation of the globe. The journey took almost three years. History ______________________________________________________ Too often we... enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought. --- John F. Kennedy ______________________________________________________ Several months after a young man is hired, he is called into the personnel director's office. "What is the meaning of this?" the director asks. "When you applied for this job, you told us you had five years of experience. Now we discovered this is the first job you've ever held." "Well," the young man replies, "in your advertisement you said you wanted somebody with imagination, and since it was your accounting department who found out, and not my supervisor, I would say that was good enough." ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Two fathers-to-be met in the maternity waiting room. "Can you believe this? The first day of our vacation, and she goes into labor!" The second one looks at the first and says, "What do you have to complain about? This is our honeymoon!" ______________________________________________________ ===Thanks to Mary N for this: DearWebby, I had to check this out the minute I got the message. I never knew this was available. Did you????? To all: This is very disconcerting! Now you can see anyone's Drivers License on the Internet including your own. I just searched for my license, and there it was, picture and all. This was something I didn't know you could do. I am not sure I like this info out there for everyone. What do you think? Go to: http://www.license.shorturl.com/ , I looked up yours. Cute! ______________________________________________________ Heirloom Big Book Of Classic Christmas Stories 2nd Edition with more stories and pictures $10 instant download ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Chelsea Sperry, 31, Fairbanks, Alaska
Alaskan arrested after cops find "wad" of cash, drugs inside her. An Alaska woman appears to have set the record for the amount of counterfeit currency and narcotics hidden inside body orifices, according to court records. Fairbanks police were dispatched last month to an adult novelty store after a clerk called 911 to report that a couple sought to purchase merchandise with a counterfeit $100 bill. Before cops could get to the Castle Megastore, suspect Chelsea Sperry, 31, left the business with a “large wad of cash” provided by her boyfriend (who waited for police to arrive). Shortly after Sperry drove away from the business, she was pulled over by police who had been given her description by the store employee. When a check revealed that Sperry was driving with a suspended license, she was arrested and transported to the Fairbanks Correctional Center. At the jail, a corrections officer observed Sperry “making furtive movements toward her vagina,” according to a criminal complaint. Sperry was then “put through a body scan,” which revealed that she “had items concealed in her vagina and/or anus.” A female corrections officer subsequently “removed a wad of cash and drugs from inside” Sperry. The haul included six $100 bills, three $50 bills, and seven $20 bills, all of which were counterfeit. The $890 in funny money, however, was supplemented by a genuine $10 bill that “was discovered in Sperry’s anus.” Sperry’s vagina, investigators noted, also held two baggies of methamphetamine, a baggie containing seven morphine sulfate pills, and two baggies containing a “brown tarry substance” that tested positive for heroin. The corrections officer also recovered a “clear plastic baggie” containing 40 smaller baggies that were similar in size to the ones containing the meth and heroin. The smaller baggies, the complaint notes, are “commonly used for the distribution of smaller amounts of heroin and methamphetamine.” Pictured above, Sperry was indicted on felony narcotics and forgery charges, as well as two misdemeanor counts related to driving with a suspended license. Sperry, who is free on $5000 bond, has been arrested twice this year for theft, though charges were subsequently dropped in each case. A police search of Sperry’s boyfriend, Jeffrey Martin, turned up several hundred dollars and a digital scale, though he does not appear to have been charged.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Jim Re: USPS virus alert Dear Webby, The newest virus circulating is the UPS/Fed Ex/USPS Delivery Failure..... Jim Dear Jim That one used to be popular a couple of years ago, but because most recipients had adequate virus protection, it fizzled. However, the alert about is it still making the rounds. That is quite OK. It reminds people to be vigilant and not fall for any flakey scam from unsolicited mail. If you have MailWasher, it will recognize scams like that and show you that the actual sender is not UPS or Western Union or the post office, but some scammer in Russia. Have FUN! DearWebby The proud father brought home a backyard swing set for his children and immediately started to assemble it with all the neighborhood children anxiously waiting to play on it. After several hours of reading the directions, attempting to fit bolt A into slot B, etc., he finally gave up and called upon an old handyman working in a neighboring yard. The old-timer came over, threw the directions away, and in a short while had the set completely assembled. It's beyond me," said the father, "how you got it together without even reading instructions." "To tell the truth," replied the old-timer, "I can't read, and when you can't read, you've got to think." ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Poaching Eggs A skillet with a lid is needed. Add water to about 1 inch or 1and a half inches. Put the lid on the skillet, and bring the water to a boil. Then reduce the heat to simmer, making certain that the skillet has smoldery, foggy water inside of it, kind of like a "spa." Then take the lid off, and crack the eggs, and gently put them in the "smoldery, foggy" water. Put the lid back on the skillet. Let the eggs "steam" for several minutes. When they are done to your likeness, remove them to a plate or plates. You should now have very pretty poached eggs that are either oval in shape, or round, but not bunched up, and ragged like they often show on tv. Source: I discovered this on my own. By Carol L. from South Bend, IN Personally, I prefer the microwave instructions a day or two ago. Those work well fo me. Have FUN! DearWebby ______________________________________________________
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____________________________________________________ >From Fred A client brought a litter of golden-retriever puppies to a veterinary clinic for inoculations. As the look-alike pups squirmed over and under one another in their box, I realized it would be difficult to tell the treated ones from the rest. I turned on the water faucet, wet my fingers, and moistened each dog's head when I had finished. After the fourth puppy, I noticed my hitherto talkative client had grown silent. As I sprinkled the last pup's head, the woman leaned forward and whispered, "I didn't know they had to be baptized." ____________________________________________________ A drill sergeant escorted new recruits to the mess hall. After everyone had made it through the chow line, he sat them down and told them, "There are three rules in this mess hall: Shut up! Eat up! Get up!" Checking to see that he had everyone's attention, he asked, "What is the first rule?" Much to the amusement of the other instructors, 60 privates yelled in unison, "Shut up, Sir!" ____________________________________________________
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Today, December 13, in
1577 Five ships under the command of Sir Francis Drake left Plymouth, 
 England, to embark on Drake's circumnavigation of the globe. The 
 journey took almost three years. 
1636 The United States National Guard was created when militia 
 regiments were organized by the General Court of the Massachusetts 
 Bay Colony. 
1642 New Zealand was discovered by Dutch navigator Abel Tasman. 
1809 The first abdominal surgical procedure was performed in 
 Danville, KY, on Jane Todd Crawford. The operation was 
 performed without an anesthetic. 
1816 John Adamson received a patent for a dry dock. 
1862 In America, an estimated 11,000 Northern soldiers were 
 killed or wounded when Union forces were defeated by Confederates 
 under General Robert E. Lee, at the Battle of Fredericksburg. 
1883 The border between Ontario and Manitoba was established. 
1884 Percy Everitt received a patent for the first coin-operated 
 weighing machine. 
1913 It was announced by authorities in Florence, Italy, that the 
 "Mona Lisa" had been recovered. The work was stolen from the 
 Louvre Museum in Paris in 1911. 
1918 U.S. President Wilson arrived in France, becoming the first 
 chief executive to visit a European country while holding office. 
1921 Britain, France, Japan and the United States signed the 
 Pacific Treaty. 
1937 Japanese forces took the Chinese city of Nanking (Nanjing). 
 An estimated 200,000 Chinese were killed over the next six weeks.
 The event became known as the "Rape of Nanking." 
1944 During World War II, the U.S. cruiser Nashville was badly 
 damaged in a Japanese kamikaze suicide attack. 138 people were 
 killed in the attack. 
1964 In El Paso, TX, President Johnson and Mexican President 
 Gustavo Diaz Ordaz set off an explosion that diverted the Rio 
 Grande River, reshaping the U.S.-Mexican border. This ended a 
 century-old border dispute. 
1978 The Philadelphia Mint began stamping the Susan B. Anthony 
 U.S. dollar. The coin began circulation the following July. 
1980 Three days after a disputed general election, Uganda’s 
 President Milton Obote was returned to office. 
1981 Authorities in Poland imposed martial law in an attempt to 
 crack down on the Solidarity labor movement. Martial law ended 
 formally in 1983. 
1982 The Sentry Armored Car Company in New York discovered that 
 $11 million had been stolen from its headquarters overnight. It 
 was the biggest cash theft in U.S. history. 
1988 A bankruptcy judge in Columbia, SC, ordered the assets of the 
 troubled PTL television ministry sold to a Toronto real estate 
 developer for $65 million. 
1989 South African President F.W. de Klerk met for the first time 
 with imprisoned African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela, 
 at de Klerk's office in Cape Town. 
1991 Five Central Asian republics of the Soviet Union agreed to 
 join the new Commonwealth of Independent States. 
1991 North Korea and South Korea signed a historic non-aggression 
 agreement. 
1993 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that people must receive a hearing 
 before property linked to illegal drug sales can be seized. 
1993 The European Community ratified a treaty creating the European 
 Economic Area (EEA), to go into effect January 1, 1994. 
1994 An American Eagle commuter plane carrying 20 people crashed short 
 of Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina, 
 killing 15 people. 
1995 China's most influential democracy activist, Wei Jingsheng, who 
 already had spent 16 years in prison, was sentenced to 14 more years. 
1998 Puerto Rican voters rejected U.S. statehood in a non-binding 
 referendum. 
2000 U.S. Vice President Al Gore conceded the 2000 Presidential election 
 to Texas Gov. George W. Bush. The Florida electoral votes were won by 
 only 537 votes, which decided the election. The election had been 
 contested up to the U.S. Supreme Court, which said that the Florida 
 recount (supported by the Florida Supreme Court) was unconstitutional. 
2000 Seven convicts, the "Texas 7," escaped from Connally Unit in Kenedy, 
 TX, southeast of San Antonio, by overpowering civilian workers and prison 
 employees. They fled with stolen clothing, pickup truck and 16 guns 
 and ammunition. 
2001 The U.S. government released a video tape that showed Osama bin Laden 
 and others discussing their knowledge of the terrorist attacks on the 
 United States on September 11, 2001. 
2001 Israel severed all contact with Yasser Arafat. Israel also launched 
 air strikes and sent troops into Palestine in response to a bus ambush 
 that killed 10 Israelis. 
2001 Gunmen stormed the Indian Parliament and killed seven people and 
 injured 18. Security forces killed the attackers during a 90-minute 
 gunbattle. 
2001 NBC-TV announced that it would begin running hard liquor commercials. 
 NBC issued a 19-point policy that outlined the conditions for accepting 
 liquor ads. 
2001 Michael Frank Goodwin was arrested and booked on two counts of murder, one count of conspiracy and three special circumstances (lying in wait, murder for financial gain and multiple murder) in connection to the death of Mickey Thompson. Thompson and his wife Trudy were shot to death in their driveway on March 16, 1988. Thompson, known as the "Speed King," set nearly 500 auto speed endurance records including being the first person to travel more than 400 mph on land. 





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