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Todays Bonehead Award:
KCK bank robber, 70, chooses prison over home and wife
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Today, September 10, in 
1813 The first defeat of British naval squadron occurred in
the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. The leader of
the U.S. fleet sent the famous message "We have met the
enemy, and they are ours" to U.S. General William Henry
Harrison. 

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______________________________________________________ Misogynist: A man who hates women as much as women hate one another. --- H. L. Mencken (1880 - 1956) Brain: an apparatus with which we think we think. --- Ambrose Bierce (1842 - 1914) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Walking through the hallways at the middle school where I work, I saw a new substitute teacher standing outside his classroom with his forehead against a locker. I heard him mutter, "How did you get yourself into this?" Knowing that he was assigned to a difficult class, I tried to offer moral support. "Are you okay?" I asked. "Can I help?" He lifted his head and replied, "I'll be fine as soon as I get this idiot out of his locker." ______________________________________________________ "Sally," asked Linda one day, "what would you do if you caught another woman fooling around with your husband?" "With George?" Sally thought it over. "Let's see; I'd break her cane, shoot her guide dog, and call a cab to take her back to the funny-farm." ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Reported by the Bausell Sailor An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Lawrence John Ripple, 70, Kansas City, Kansas KCK bank robber, 70, chooses prison over home and wife A 70-year-old man charged with robbing a Kansas City, Kan., bank said he did it because he preferred a jail cell over living with his wife. Lawrence John Ripple is charged in federal court with the Friday afternoon robbery of the Bank of Labor at 756 Minnesota Ave. According to court documents, Ripple handed a teller a note that read, “I have a gun, give me money.” The teller complied. But instead of fleeing, Ripple took the money and then took a seat in the bank lobby, according to the documents. When a bank security guard approached him, Ripple told the guard, “I’m the guy you’re looking for.” The guard took the money from Ripple and held him until police arrived, which wasn’t long, because Kansas City, Kan., police headquarters is on the same block. When he was questioned later by investigators, Ripple told him that he and his wife had argued and he “no longer wanted to be in that situation,” according to the documents. “Ripple wrote out his demand note in front of his wife … and told her he’d rather be in jail than at home,” an FBI agent wrote in the affidavit filed in support of the robbery charge. ----------------------------- From 2003 A BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Rudolf M, from Serbia Serbian made illegal border crossing to escape wife A Serbian man who rode off on his bicycle to Romania in anger after a row with his wife has been arrested for crossing the border illegally. The 46-year-old, named only as Rudolf M, says all he wanted was to get as far away from his wife as possible but could now face a jail term. He was arrested just after he crossed the border with Romania, roughly 20 miles from his home town of Kanjia, Serbia, local media reported. He told police: "All I wanted to do was put at least one border between me and her." ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Bonnie RE: Disk Cleanup Dear Webby, can you tell me how to run Disk Cleanup? I am somewhat computer illiterate. Thanks. Bonnie Dear Bonnie Right-Click START Select Open Windows Explorer That is totally disorganized by somebody addicted to bad dope, but with a bit of searching you can find the top of the drive, that you want to clean up, for example C:\ Right-click that and select Properties Just below and to the right of the pie chart you see a button for the Disk Cleanup. Have FUN! DearWebby _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ "Daddy," the little boy asked, "what does it mean when the minister takes off his watch and puts it on the pulpit in front of him when he starts his sermons?" "Absolutely nothing," the father sighed, "Absolutely nothing." ___________________________________________________ If you can help with the cost of the Humor Letter, please donate what you can! ______________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Pork and Vegetable Harvest Stew By Jess [160 Posts, 815 Comments] My weekly organics box included lots of late summer veggies like zucchini, corn and potatoes. I decided to make a hearty stew for dinner. There were various hot peppers included this week, too. I didn't know exactly what they were, so I just chopped them up and threw them in. The stew starts off with a relatively sweet flavor, but has a nice kick at the end. Prep Time: 30 Minutes Cook Time: 2 Hours Total Time: 2.5 Hours Yield: 8 Ingredients: As I was working with fresh organic veggies, I had a lot of chopping and prep involved. You could save some time by using frozen veggies instead of fresh. I also cut off a section of a pork loin that I'm planning on cooking later in the week. You could use pork chops or any other type of meat you might have handy. I did use Better than Bouillon chicken base. I like it better than bouillon cubes and I didn't have any liquid broth handy. 1-2 lb pork 3 Tbsp olive oil, divided 1 onion, chopped 2 Tbsp chopped garlic 1 lb potatoes, chopped 1 bunch carrots (5 large), sliced 5 peppers*, chopped and deseeded 2 cups corn kernels 1 qt chicken stock or bouillon 1 bunch Italian parsley, chopped 1 bunch kale, chopped salt, pepper and Italian seasoning, to taste Ingredients for Pork and Vegetable Harvest Stew *Use whatever pepper your family enjoys. I used a combination of hot and sweet ones. It would be also good with regular bell peppers. Steps: Cut pork into cubes. Brown the pork with oil in a hot stockpot or Dutch oven. Add salt and pepper. Set aside. Add more oil to the pot and cook chopped onions and garlic until they start to brown. Add corn, peppers and the cooked pork, including any juices. Add zucchini and continue to cook for a couple of minutes. Add chicken broth, carrots and potatoes and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a low simmer and cover pot. Cook on low for 1- 2 hours, until the potatoes and carrots are soft. Add kale and parsley. Continue on simmer for 10 minutes or so. Add salt, pepper and Italian seasonings. Adjust the taste to your liking. If the soup is too sweet, add in a bit of apple cider or white wine vinegar to correct it. I also used a bit of Worchestershire sauce to add flavor. ______________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________ My Dad and I were talking the other night about love and marriage. He told me that he knew as early as their wedding what marriage to my Mom would be like. The minister asked my Mom, "Do you take this man to be your husband." And she said, "I do." Then the minister asked my Dad, "Do you take this woman to be your wife," and my Mom apparently said, "He better, if he knows what's good for him!." ___________________________________________________
The Wish Granter
____________________________________________________ A troop of Boy Scouts was being used as "guinea pigs" in a test of emergency systems. A mock earthquake was staged, and the Scouts impersonated wounded persons who were to be picked up and cared for by the emergency units. One Scout was supposed to lie on the ground and await his rescuers, but the first-aid people got behind schedule, and the Scout lay "wounded" for several hours. When the first-aid squad arrived where the casualty was supposed to be, they found nothing but a brief note: "Have bled to death and gone home. I will be back after supper." ____________________________________________________ A nervous young minister, new to the church, told the flock, "For my text today, I will take the words, 'And they fed five men with five thousand loaves of bread and two thousand fishes.'" A member of the flock snicked at the preacher's snafu, raised his hand and said, "That's not much of a trick. I could do that." The minister didn't respond. However, the next Sunday he decided to repeat the text. This time he did it properly, "And they fed five thousand men with five loaves of bread and two fishes." Smiling, the minister said to the noisy man, "Could you do that, Mr. Perkins?" The member of the flock said, "I sure could." "How would you do it?" "With all the food I had left over from last Sunday!" ____________________________________________________
What an amazing world we live in.
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Today on September 10 in
1608 John Smith was elected president of the Jamestown, VA
colony council. 

1794 America's first non-denominational college was charted.
Blount College later became the University of Tennessee. 

1813 The first defeat of British naval squadron occurred in
the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. The leader of
the U.S. fleet sent the famous message "We have met the
enemy, and they are ours" to U.S. General William Henry
Harrison. 

1845 King Willem II opened Amsterdam Stock exchange. 

1846 Elias Howe received a patent for his sewing machine. 

1847 The first theater opened in Hawaii. 

1897 British police arrest George Smith for drunken driving.
It was the first DWI. 

1899 A second quake in seven days hit Yakutat Bay, AK. It
measured 8.6. 

1913 The Lincoln Highway opened. It was the first paved
coast-to-coast highway in the U.S. 

1919 New York City welcomed home 25,000 soldiers and General
John J. Pershing who had served in the First Division during
World War I. 

1919 Austria and the Allies signed the Treaty of St.-Germain-
en-Laye. Austria recognized the independence of Poland,
Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. 

1921 The Ayus Autobahn in Germany opened near Berlin. The
road is known for its nonexistent speed limit. 

1923 The Irish Free state joined the League of Nations. 

1926 Germany joined the League of Nations. 

1935 "Popeye" was heard on NBC radio for the first time. 

1939 Canada declared war on Germany. 

1940 In Britain, Buckingham Palace was hit by German bomb. 

1942 U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt mandated gasoline
rationing as part of the U.S. wartime effort. 

1943 German forces began their occupation of Rome during
World War II. 

1948 Mildred "Axis Sally" Gillars was indicted for treason in
Washington, DC. Gillars was a Nazi radio propagandist during
World War II. She was convicted and spent 12 years in prison.


1950 Eddie Cantor began working on TV on the "Colgate Comedy
Hour" on NBC. 

1951 Britain began an economic boycott of Iran. 

1953 Swanson began selling its first "TV dinner." 

1955 "Gunsmoke" premiered on CBS. 

1955 Bert Parks began a 25-year career as host of the "Miss
America Pageant" on NBC. 

1956 Great Britain performed a nuclear test at Maralinga,
Australia. 

1963 Twenty black students entered public schools in Alabama
at the end of a standoff between federal authorities and
Alabama governor George C. Wallace. 

1989 Hungary gave permission to thousands of East German
refugees and visitors to immigrate to West Germany. 

1990 Iran agreed to resume full diplomatic ties with past
enemy Iraq. 

1990 Iraq's Saddam Hussein offered free oil to developing
nations in an attempt to win their support during the Gulf
War Crisis. 

1998 U.S. President Clinton met with members of his Cabinet
to apologize, ask forgiveness and promise to improve as a
person in the wake of the scandal involving Monica Lewinsky. 

1998 Northwest Airlines announced an agreement with pilots,
ending a nearly two-week walkout. 

1999 A bronze sculpture of a war horse just over 24 feet high
was dedicated in Milan, Italy. 

2002 Florida tested its new elections system. The test
resulted in polling stations opening late and problems
occurred with the touch screen voting machines. 

2002 The "September 11: Bearing Witness to History" exhibit
opened at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American
History. 

2002 Switzerland became the 190th member of the United
Nations. 

2016  smiled.


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