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Todays Bonehead Award:
Perverts Roundup in Florida
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1759 The French formally surrendered Quebec to the British.

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______________________________________________________ Character is what you have left when you've lost everything you can lose. --- Evan Esar (1899 - 1995) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ >From Carter Groan Alert: why did the cow go back into the marijuana patch? It was the pot calling the cattle back. ______________________________________________________ A man wonders if having sex on the Sabbath is a sin because he is not sure if sex is work or play. So he goes to a priest and asks for his opinion on this question. After consulting the Bible, the priest says, " My son, after an exhaustive search, I am positive that sex is work and is therefore not permitted on Sundays." The man thinks: " What does a priest know about sex?" So he goes to a Lutheran minister, who after all is a married man and experienced in this matter. He queries the minister and receives the same reply: "Sex is work and therefore not for the Sabbath !" Not pleased with the reply, he seeks out a Rabbi, a man of thousands of years tradition and knowledge. The Rabbi briefly ponders the question, then states, "My son, sex is definitely play." The man replies, "Rabbi, how can you be so sure when so many others tell me sex is work?" The Rabbi softly speaks, "My son, if sex were work, my wife would have the maid do it." ______________________________________________________ Igyazu Falls from Rick ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by David Donald Hoppenjan, 52, a pastor at the First United Methodist Church of Pace Calvin James Pearson, 31, Pensacola David Oloms, 24, Pensacola Bradly Davis Jones, 46, Grayson Blanton, 18, 400 block of Roberts Avenue, Pensacola. Alexander Croyle, 22, 400 block of Roberts Avenue, Pensacola. Alfred Foster, 71, 1200 block of South Sutton Trace Court, Mobile, Alabama. Christopher Foster, 24, 10100 block of Weldwood Drive, Meridian, Mississippi. Devin Gilchris, 21, 200 block of Ruby Avenue, Pensacola. Adelardo Gonzales, 51, 200 block of Aquamarine Avenue, Pensacola. Jeff Harrison, 26, first block of East Pearl Avenue, Pensacola. Justin Hill, 28, 700 block of East Fairfield Drive, Pensacola. David Hoppenjan, 52, 5600 block of Thistledown Court, Pace. Erik Huber, 29, 300 block of MacArthur Avenue, Biloxi, Mississippi. Alex Johnson, 19, 4800 block of Chumuckla Highway, Pace. Mison Johnson, 22, 2900 block of Patch Avenue, Crestview. Bradly Jones, 46, 21200 block of Deer Circle, Lake View, Alabama. Darius Lambert, 33, 400 block of Evening Falls Drive, Pensacola. Claudio Mistri, 56, 7100 block of North Blue Angel Parkway, Pensacola. David Olmos, 24, 8800 block of Pine Forest Road, Pensacola. Calvin Pearson, 31, 300 block of West Ensley Street, Pensacola. Charles Phillips, 53, 9200 block of Bellingrath Road, Mobile, Alabama. Jose Ramirez-Magos, 51, 7000 block of West Lee Circle, Irvington, Alabama. Frank Rhobotham, 68, 1500 block of East Blount Street, Pensacola. Jackson Silliman, 21, 3300 block of Silkwood Lane, Pace. John Staples, 24, 9500 block of Hay Meadow Road, Milton. Perverts Roundup in Florida Operation Undertow was a 5-day long undercover sting operation targeting people who solicited sex with minors via the internet. The sting was conducted by multiple agencies including several in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Special to the News Journal Local law enforcement officials have arrested 22 people during an undercover sting operation targeting adults who used the internet to solicit sex with children. The arrests were announced at a multi-agency press conference at the Pensacola Police Department Wednesday afternoon. The individuals taken into custody were mostly from Pensacola, but the pool of suspects also included men from Alabama, Mississippi and a pastor from Pace. The sting, dubbed "Operation Undertow," took place from Sept. 7 to 11. According to the PPD, undercover agents posed as teenagers on various websites and were contacted by suspects who agreed to meet the "teens" for sex. The suspects were arrested when they arrived at the arranged meeting location. The videos of the arrests were actually quite funny. As soon as the perverts came to the door, where they expected a cooperative minor, and identified themselves, the door burst open and a bunch of big cops tackled the pervert like they were cage wrestlers, tossed them inside and piled on them after slamming them to the ground. They immediately closed the door and only the sound coming through the closed door hinted at the beating the perverts got. Same with the next one, and the next, and so on. The paperwork afterward must have been a real chore. "This effort of arresting and prosecuting these individuals helps to stop future abuse," Pensacola Chief of Police David Alexander said at the press conference. "This was five days of hard work for our officers, dispatchers, support personnel and personnel from other agencies." David Donald Hoppenjan, 52, a pastor at the First United Methodist Church of Pace. According to his arrest report, Hoppenjan allegedly traveled to two locations with the intention of having intercourse with a 14-year-old boy. Calvin James Pearson, 31, and David Oloms, 24, both of Pensacola, who allegedly traveled together to have intercourse with who they believed to be a 14-year-old girl. Oloms reportedly consented to a search of his vehicle, and investigators found "a luggage bag full of various sex equipment, bondage and sadomasochistic equipment," according to their arrest reports. Bradly Davis Jones, 46, who was allegedly carrying a baggie of methamphetamine and a glass smoking pipe when he arrived to have intercourse with a 14-year-old girl. While arranging the meeting with undercover investigators, Jones allegedly wrote, "I'm the only one who could potentially do anything illegal, but I'm not ashamed of anything I do, and I'm willing to suffer any consequences I deserve." State Attorney Bill Eddins said at the press conference that depending on their charges, the individuals arrested in the sting could face between five years and life in prison. Alexander said law enforcement agencies are still following leads, and more arrests may be forthcoming. The Pensacola Police Department, in coordination with the North Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, worked the investigation with the following agencies: Escambia County, Walton County, Okaloosa County and Brevard County sheriff’s offices; State Attorney’s Office; Florida Department of Law Enforcement; Homeland Security; U.S. Marshal’s Service; Gainesville, Tallahassee, Gulf Breeze, Panama City and Cocoa police departments; Escambia Jail; and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Angela RE: Memory card sizes Dear Webby, SD cards have become quite cheap, and hold so much more than the silly CDs or the unpredictable CDR disks. What size do you recommend? Angela Dear Angela I use the cheap 2 GB chips, and occasionally 4 GB, when I can't get 2 GB. Anything bigger is too hard to inventory. What all is on card #7 ? Even if you print tiny return address labels with the main topic, it still gets confusing. Luckily it is easy enough to copy stuff back onto the computer and from there onto other SD cards. However, it scares me to think what all you could have on a 128 GB card, and then misplace it. What all was on it? Have FUN! DearWebby What is a Cat? 1. Cats do what they want. 2. They rarely listen to you. 3. They're totally unpredictable, except that they will always be scheming to make you feel guilty. 4. They whine when they are not happy. 5. When you want to play, they want to be alone. 6. When you want to be alone, they want to play. 7. They expect you to cater to their every whim. 8. They're moody. 9. They leave hair everywhere. 10. They drive you nuts and cost an arm and a leg. Conclusion: Cats are tiny women in little fur coats. What is a Dog? 1. Dogs lie around all day, sprawled on the most comfortable piece of furniture in the house or yard. 2. They can hear a package of food opening half a block way, but have selective hearing when you're in the same room. 3. They can look dumb and lovable all at the same time. 4. They growl when they are not happy. 5. When you want to play, they want to play. 6. When you want to be alone, they stalk off and pout. 7. They are great at begging. 8. They will love you forever if you pet them every day. 9. They leave their toys everywhere. 10. They can be trained. Conclusion: Dogs are tiny men in little fur coats.
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____________________________________________________ A husband stepped on one of those penny scales that tell you your fortune and weight and dropped in a coin. "Listen to this," he said to his wife, showing her a small, white card. "It says I'm energetic, bright, resourceful and a great person." "Yeah," his wife nodded, "and it has your weight wrong, too." ____________________________________________________ Two priests died at the same time and met Saint Peter at the Pearly Gates. St. Peter said, "I'd like to get you guys in now, but our computer is down. You'll have to go back to Earth for about a week, but you can't go back as priests. So what else would you like to be?" The first priest says, "I've always wanted to be an eagle, soaring above the Rocky Mountains." "So be it," says St. Peter, and off flies the first priest. The second priest mulls this over for a moment and asks, "Will any of this week 'count', St. Peter?" "No, I told you the computer's down. There's no way we can keep track of what you're doing." "In that case," says the second priest, "I've always wanted to be a stud." "So be it," says St. Peter, and the second priest disappears. A week goes by, the computer is fixed, and the Lord tells St. Peter to recall the two priests. "Will you have any trouble locating them?" He asks. "The first one should be easy," says St. Peter. "He's somewhere over the Rockies, flying with the eagles. But the second one could prove to be more difficult." "Why?" asketh the Lord. "He's on a snow tire, somewhere in Tasmania." ____________________________________________________
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Today on September 18 in
1759 The French formally surrendered Quebec to the British. 

1769 It was reported, by the Boston Gazette, that the first
piano had been built in North America. The instrument was
named the spinet and was made by John Harris. 

1789 Alexander Hamilton negotiated and secured the first loan
for the United States. The Temporary Loan of 1789 was repaid
on June 8, 1790 at the sum of $19,608.81. 

1810 Chile declared its independence from Spain. 

1830 The "Tom Thumb", the first locomotive built in America,
raced a horse on a nine-mile course. The horse won when the
locomotive had some mechanical difficulties. 

1837 Tiffany & Co. was founeded in New York City. 

1850 The Fugitive Slave Act was declared by the U.S.
Congress. The act allowed slave owners to claim slaves that
had escaped into other states. 

1891 Harriet Maxwell Converse became the first white woman to
ever be named chief of an Indian tribe. The tribe was the Six
Nations Tribe at Towanda Reservation in New York. 

1895 Daniel David Palmer gave the first chiropractic

1927 Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System made its debut
with its network broadcast over 16 radio stations. The name
was later changed to CBS. 

1940 "You Can't Go Home Again" by Thomas Wolfe was published
by Harper and Brothers. 

1946 Mound Metalcraft was founded in Mound, MN. On November
23, 1955, the company changed its name to Tonka Toys

1991 U.S. President George H.W. Bush said that he would send
warplanes to escort U.N. helicopters that were searching for
hidden Iraqi weapons if it became necessary. 

1994 Haiti's military leaders agreed to depart on October
15th. This action averted a U.S.-led invasion to force them
out of power. 

1997 Ted Turner, U.S. Media magnate, announced that over the
next ten years he would give $1 billion to the United

1998 The FDA approved a once-a-day easier-to-swallow
medication for AIDS patients. 

2016  smiled.

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