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Today is Monday, October 3

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Todays Bonehead Award:
Georgia pastor charged with rape and aggravated 
child molestation of 10-year-old girl at shelter
Details at Boneheads
Today, October 3, in 
1893 The motor-driven vacuum cleaner was patented by 
J.S. Thurman. 
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Danny Wells, Smyrna, Cobb County, Georgia Georgia pastor charged with rape and aggravated child molestation of 10-year-old girl at shelter Police arrested Wells Thursday afternoon. An investigation, which began in Alabama, led police to Wells after a 10-year- old girl told police that Wells had sexually abused her. “The Garden's been open for 10 years, so there is a concern there may be additional victims, adult and juvenile,” said McCreary. The young girl was apparently staying at the Garden Recovery Center with her mother earlier this year for recovery services. Police said there was a delay in reporting the crime because the girl and her mother had moved out of state. “The child did make statements to the Alabama police department during an interview that concerned them. They contacted our Cobb County Crime Department,” said the lieutenant. While police in Cobb County expect more of Wells’ victims to come forward, the victim told detectives in Dothan, Alabama, that the pastor attacked her in a recovery center in Smyrna, Georgia, about 30 miles away from where he founded 7 Bridges to Recovery ministry. "The investigation into this incident is ongoing and there may be additional victims," police said. The investigation is ongoing and Cobb County Police said there may be additional victims. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cobb County Police Department's Crimes Against Children's Unit. According to the 990 tax form of 7 Bridges, Wells was the CEO. The form, filed May 3, says the church recieved $602,966 in contributions and grants this year and $498,731 last year. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Manny RE: Tripod substitute Dear Webby, You ranked a purse full of sand higher than a store bought tripod. Why is that? Manny Dear Manny Get a fishing rod and try turning a light switch on or off. Did you notice how the tip wavered around due to the slightest jitter in your hand? Now imagine that fishing rod to be a mile long, or even just a quarter mile, and how far the slightest jitter will move the tip. You can even clamp your fishing rod onto a storebought tripod, and see how much the tip jitters around. Look along the fishing rod, using the tip as a gun sight, to a point a quarter mile away. Would you be able to keep your "gun sight" on a moose? Most tripods amplify tiny ground vibrations. An old, soft leather purse filled with sand does the opposite. It dampens vibrations. If you can't find a soft, old leather purse at a second hand store, get an old suede or similar kids or ladie's jacket. Cut off a sleeve to about 6 inches long, turn it inside out and glue one end shut. Rip out any smooth lining. Turn it right side out, fill it with dry sand, but not too tightly, and glue the open end shut. Now you have a nice little pillow. Old leather or suede does not slip off a car or fence post. Now you can nestle the camera on that pillow. It will sit steady, and the ground vibrations will be dampened. Have FUN! DearWebby Ralph was an Air Force colonel. He routinely flew on different aircraft to familiarize himself with their capabilities. One day he was aboard an intelligence aircraft where each crew member was surrounded by complex gear. A young major showed him his computer screen. "That's a chat screen, Sir," the soldier said. "We use it to relay enemy information to the crew--like instant messaging." Nodding, he moved down the line. Flashing on an airman's screen several feet away was this warning: "Heads up! brass coming your way! Close the porn!"
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Daily tip from Use a Bathroom Rug to Move Furniture By Teri [1 Post, 1 Comment] Recently I needed to switch furniture in two rooms in my house. I have beautiful hardwood floors that are 57 years old and was afraid of scratching them. The furniture I needed to move (by myself) was heavy, big pieces and cumbersome. I thought about getting some of those mover thingies you put under the legs to move things but I didn't trust them to not scratch the floors. On the day I started moving the small stuff, I was doing laundry. My bathroom rugs (non-skid back, fluffy top) were sitting on the floor by the washer and I had a light bulb moment! I took the rugs into one room and turned them upside down. I put a small table on top and slide the table into the next room. NO marks on the floor! I have a 5' sideboard which is super heavy and I managed to move that on top of a rug BY MYSELF! So next time you need to move some furniture over hardwood floors just grab a bathroom rug! By Teri from Long Beach, CA
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Today on October 3 in
1863 U.S. President Lincoln declared that the last Thursday of
November would be recognized as Thanksgiving Day. 

1888 "The Yeomen of the Guard" was performed for the first
time. It was the first of 423 shows. 

1893 The motor-driven vacuum cleaner was patented by J.S.

1901 The Victor Talking Machine Company was incorporated.
After a merger with Radio Corporation of America the company
became RCA-Victor. 

1906 W.T. Grant opened a 25-cent department store. 

1922 Rebecca L. Felton became the first female to hold office
of U.S. Senator. She was appointed by Governor Thomas W.
Hardwick of Georgia to fill a vacancy. 

1929 The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes officially
changed its name to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. 

1932 Iraq was admitted into the League of Nations leading
Britain to terminate their mandate over the nation. Britain
had ruled Iraq since taking it from Turkey during World War I.

1935 Italian forces invaded Abyssinia (now Ethiopia). 

1941 Adolf Hitler stated in a speech that Russia was "broken"
and they "would never rise again." With the help of the USA,
they did.

1942 The Office of Economic Stabilization was established by
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He also authorized
controls on rents, wages, salaries and farm prices. 

1944 During World War II, U.S. troops broke through the
Siegfried Line. 

1951 CBS-TV aired the first coast-to-coast telecast of a
prizefight. Dave Sands defeated Carl Olson at Soldier Field in

1952 Britain became the third nuclear power in the world when
they successfully detonated their first atomic bomb. The U.S.
and Russia were the only other nuclear powers. 

1962 The Sigma VII blasted off from Cape Canaveral for a nine-
hour flight. 

1962 The play, "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off!" opened on

1981 Irish Nationalists in Maze Prison in Belfast, Northern
Ireland called off their hunger strike. The strike had lasted
7 months and ten people had died. 

1988 The space shuttle Discovery landed safely after its four-
day mission. It was the first American shuttle mission since
the Challenger disaster. 

1989 East Germany suspended unrestricted travel to
Czechoslovakia in an effort to slow the flow of refugees to
the West. 

1990 The Berlin Wall was dismantled eleven months after the
borders between East and West Germany were dissolved. The
unification of Germany ended 45 years of division. 

1990 Iraqi President Saddam Hussein made a visit to Kuwait
since his country had seized control of the oil-rich nation. 

1994 The headquarters of the Haitian pro-army militia was
raided by U.S. soldiers. 

2003 Ray Horn, of the duo "Siegfried & Roy," was attacked by
tiger during a performance. Roy survived the attack after
being dragged offstage. The tiger, a 7-year-old male named
Montecore, was debuting in his first show. 

2006 North Korea announced that it would conduct a nuclear
test as a key step in the manufacture of atomic bombs that it
viewed as a deterrent against a U.S. attack. A date for the
test was not announced. 

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