What to do when my email address is forged as sender? 

Good Morning, ,
Today is Monday, December 14

For a few days I had a terrible and mysterious pin at the
left knee, and could not figure out what caused it. Friends
had all kinds of helpful suggestions, heat, ice, organic 
cherry juice, and so on. 

I still went for my daily walk. though fopr a couple days
a different route. Then last night I went again the old
route. Getting close to home I stepped off the sidewalk
and onto the street to bypass a frozen puddle.

That reminded me that I had slipped there, done some wild
acrobatics and twerked the moon, but landed back on my feet.
Looking at that frozen puddle I realized that I had simply
put my knee out and just pulled a ligament or something.

Once I had it figured out and knew it was not some 
mysterious, long lasting illness, everything got better
quickly. I am now already walking without any limping.

Have FUN!

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Fla. woman arrested after she threatened fast-food workers A southwest Florida woman was arrested on Tuesday after police said she become angry over a wrong order at a Fort Myers area Burger King and threatened the workers. Tarnisha Gilyard, 23, placed an order in the drive-through of a Burger King at 6 p.m. Tuesday and called later to say it was made incorrectly, WTSP reports. Police said Gilyard then “returned to the store, threw her bag of food down, and started cursing at workers.” Witnesses told police that Gilyard was “screaming and cursing at workers about the order,” police report. An assistant manager offered to replace the order, which one worker said was a “Crispy Chicken Jr.” plain. According to police, a witness said Gilyard told workers “I’m going to get a gun and shoot people with it,” “I’m gonna get something from my car and get you,” “I’m gonna spray up Burger King” and “I’ll beat the dog right out of you.” Police said Gilyard had a black metal baton with her and “struck a counter area near a cash register” as she screamed curses at the workers. She was arrested and faces two charges of aggravated assault and one charge of marijuana possession.
______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Catherine Re: Spam using my address Dear Webby, I send mail to myself quite often as a lazy and quick way to sorta file stuff temporaritly. That way I can send memos and ideas from any machine, and file it properly, when I get to my main machine. That seems to work well. Lately, though, I get a lot of spam pretending to be from me. I do have MailWasher, and it works very well, but how do I get it to dump mail, that has my address as the sender, but only if it is phony? Thanks Catherine Dear Catherine A lot of us do that for fast memos or archiving. The trick to use is the same as what I have used with the Humor Letter since about 1994: Consistent subject line start. You may have noticed that the subject line of the Humor Letter always starts with "Humor: ", no matter what the topics are. That allows you to filter it and never delete it, no matter what. Do the same with your "Inter Machine Memos" or whatever you call them. Start the subject line with "` " or some easy symbol and a space. Then make a filter telling MailWasher that IF the sender is (your email address) and IF NOT the Subject line starts with "` ", then mark that mail for deleting. Scoot that filter up to the top. You probably have already white-listed your own address, if not, go ahead and white-list it (Friend). Have FUN! DearWebby A Preacher went to his church office on Monday morning and discovered a dead donkey in the church yard. He called the police. Since there did not appear to be any foul play, the police referred the Preacher to the health department. They said since there was no health threat that he should call the sanitation department. The manager said he could not pick up the mule without authorization from the mayor. Now the Preacher knew the mayor and was not to eager to call him. The mayor had a bad temper and was generally hard to deal with, but the Preacher called him anyway. The mayor did not disappoint. He immediately began to rant & rave at the pastor and finally said, "Why did you call me any way? Isn't it your job to bury the dead?" The preacher paused for a brief prayer and asked the Lord to direct his response. He was led to say, "Yes, Mayor, it is my job to bury the dead, but I always notify the next of kin first, since they get to decide what kind of burial they will pay for!" ______________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Fork to Hang Christmas Stocking My roomie has a lovely fireplace. There is no way to hang her stocking without a hook so I came up with an idea. She has a salad fork that has been broken for a while. With a little packaging tape and 3 minutes, her stocking is now up there temporarily and no one had to go out in the rain for a hanger. Done and Done! By Sandi/Poor But Proud [455] ______________________________________________________
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____________________________________________________ Matt's dad picked him up from school to take him to a dental appointment. Knowing the parts for the school play were supposed to be posted today, he asked his son if he got a part. Matt enthusiastically announced that he'd gotten a part. "I play a man who's been married for twenty years." "That's great, son. Keep up the good work and before you know it they'll be giving you a speaking part." ____________________________________________________ Warning, this is a bad pun: Three French legionnaires were crossing the desert. One looked up and saw a mirage ad said. "By Gar!" The second looked up and say the mirage and said, "By Gar!" The third looked up and said, "Gee, a two gar mirage." ____________________________________________________
I love watching figure skaters and this Canadian team just blew me away, they were so perfectly in sync! I wonder how many hours, days and weeks it took to perfect this routine.

Today, December 13, in
1798 David Wilkinson of Rhode Island patented the nut and 
 bolt machine. 
1900 Professor Max Planck of Berlin University revealed 
 his revolutionary Quantum Theory. 
1903 Orville Wright made the first attempt at powered flight. 
 The engine stalled during take-off and the plane was damaged 
 in the attempt. Three days later, after repairs were made, 
 the modern aviation age was born when the plane stayed aloft 
 for 12 seconds and flew 102 feet. 
1911 Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first man 
 to reach the South Pole. He reached the destination 35 days 
 ahead of Captain Robert F. Scott. 
1918 For the first time in Britain women (over 30) voted in 
 a General Election. 
1939 The Soviet Union was dropped from the League of Nations. 
1945 Josef Kramer, known as "the beast of Belsen," and 10 
others were executed in Hamelin for the crimes they committed 
 at the Belsen and Auschwitz Nazi concentration camps. 
1946 The U.N. General Assembly voted to establish the United 
 Nation's headquarters in New York City. 
1959 Archbishop Makarios was elected Cyprus' first president. 
1962 The U.S. space probe Mariner II approached Venus. It 
 transmitted information about the planet's atmosphere and 
 surface temperature. 
1975 Six South Moluccan terrorists surrendered to police after 
 holding 23 people hostage for 12 days on a train near the Dutch 
 town of Beilen. 
1981 Israel annexed the Golan Heights, seized from Syria in war 
 in 1967. 
1983 The U.S. battleship New Jersey fired on Syrian positions in 
 Lebanon for the first time after American F-14 reconnaissance 
 flights were fired on. 
1985 Wilma Mankiller became the first woman to lead a major 
 American Indian tribe as she formally took office as principal 
 chief of the Cherokee Nation of OKlahoma. 
1986 The experimental aircraft Voyager, piloted by Dick Rutan 
 and Jeana Yeager, took off from California on the first non-stop, 
 non-refueled flight around the world. The trip took nine days to 
1987 Chrysler pled no contest to federal charges of selling several 
 thousand vehicles as new when Chrysler employees had driven the 
 vehicles with the odometer disconnected. 
1988 The first transatlantic underwater fiber-optic cable went 
 into service. 
1995 AIDS patient Jeff Getty received the first-ever bone-marrow 
 transplant from a baboon. 
1997 Cuban President Fidel Castro declared Christmas 1997 an 
 official holiday to ensure the success of Pope John Paul II's 
 upcoming visit to Cuba. 
1999 U.S. and German negotiators agreed to establish a $5.2 billion 
 fund for Nazi-era slave and forced laborers. 
1999 Charles M. Schulz announced he was retiring the "Peanuts" 
 comic strip. The last original "Peanuts" comic strip was published 
 on February 13, 2000. 
2000 It was announced that American businessman Edmond Pope would 
 be released from a Russian prison for humanitarian reasons. Pope 
 had been sentenced to 20 years in prison after his conviction 
 on espionage charges. 
2001 European Union leaders agreed to dispatch 3,000-4,000 troops 
 to join an international peacekeeping force in Afghanistan. 
2001 The first commercial export, since 1963, of U.S. food to Cuba 
 began. The 24,000 metric tons for corn were being sent to replenish 
 what was lost when Hurricane Michelle struck on November 4. 
2013 The Chinese spacecraft Chang'e 3 became the first spacecraft 
 to "soft"-land on the Moon since 1976. It was only the third 
 robotic rover to land on the moon. 
2015  smiled.

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