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Today is Saturday, October 8

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Todays Bonehead Award:
Missing teen had been abducted, gang-raped, 
shot and fed to alligators.
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1919 The first transcontinental air race in the U.S. began.
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______________________________________________________ Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance. --- Will Durant (1885 - 1981) "I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn't learn something from him." --- Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ The minister's little six-year-old girl had been so naughty during the week, that her mother decided to give her the worst kind of punishment. She told her she couldn't go to the Sunday School Picnic on Saturday. When the day came, her mother felt she had been too harsh and changed her mind. When she told the little girl she could go to the picnic, the child's reaction was one of gloom and unhappiness. "What's the matter? I thought you'd be glad to go to the picnic." her mother said. "It's too late!" the little girl said. "I've already prayed for a snowstorm!" ______________________________________________________ 2017 Launch Flash Sale MTP $29.99 ______________________________________________________ And what was the culmination of events that led you to file this action," asked the man's attorney in the divorce hearing. "All through our marriage my wife was less than reasonably responsive to my sexual initiatives," replied the husband, "but the clincher came one morning at the breakfast table." "Why? What happened?" "She announced, 'Just so you don't get your hopes up, I'm already beginning to get a headache.'" --------------- Abstinence makes the heart go wander. ______________________________________________________ Thanks to Jim for this picture: October in Ohio ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Reported by the bausell Sailor An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Timothy De’Shaun Taylor 23 in jail CHARLESTON, S.C Missing teen had been abducted, gang-raped, shot and fed to alligators. A New York teenager who went missing during a spring break trip in 2009 was abducted, gang-raped at a stash house, shot after trying to escape, and then her body was fed to alligators, according to an FBI agent’s court testimony. Brittanee Drexel of Rochester, N.Y., was 17 when she went to Myrtle Beach, S.C., for spring break. Earlier this year, the FBI said they believed Drexel had been murdered. FBI agent Gerrick Munoz recently testified that several people who claim to have witnessed Drexel’s death have come forward, WMBF reports. Munnoz testified in a detention hearing that Timothy De’Shaun Taylor is one of the main suspects in Drexel’s disappearance. Taylor is being held in an unrelated case involving a robbery in 2011. Inmate Taquan Brown told authorities that he was present at the stash house when Drexel was killed, according to court records. Brown reportedly told Munoz that he saw Taylor, who was 16 at the time, and several others sexually abuse Drexel at the stash house, WMBF reported. Brown also said that at one point, Drexel tried to run away and was pistol whipped. Brown said he heard two shots and assumed Drexel was killed. Munoz testified that several witnesses said Drexel’s body was then put into an alligator pit so it could be eaten. Munoz said several alligator ponds were searched but nothing was found. Another unidentified inmate corroborated that account, Munoz testified. That inmate told Munoz that Drexel was abducted by Taylor and she was in a “human trafficking situation.” (rented out) The inmate said “it became a problem” when there was media coverage about Drexel’s disappearance and she was then “murdered and disposed of.” BL&M ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Bob RE: Do I need a Firewall Dear Webby, I recently read an article about DSL users and firewalls, etc. It stated that all one has to do is turn off your file sharing feature off and all would be ok. Any truth to this statement? If so, how does one find and shut off the file sharing feature in Windows? Thanks, Bob < Dear Bob If it was that easy, then a few hundred Million people would be dumping their firewalls and use that method. That advice is just a hoax. Considering that you can get free firewalls, there is no reason to attempt to use shortcuts that leave you unprotected. Have FUN! DearWebby "Information? I need the number of the Caseway Insurance Company." "Would you spell that, please?" "Certainly. C as in sea. A as in aye. S as in sea. E as in eye. W as in why. A as in are. Y as in you." "Just a minute, sir. I'll connect you with my supervisor."
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Daily tip from Amazing Rice Flour and Almond Pudding By attosa [247 Posts, 556 Comments] Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Yield: 6 servings Ingredients: 4 cups milk 3/4 cup rice flour 1/2 cup sugar 1/4 cup slivered almonds few drops vanilla extract 1 pack gelatin (1/4 oz) Steps: Place all the rice flower in a pan (no heat). Add some cold milk and stir, gradually adding all the milk while stirring. Add gelatin and stir. Turn the heat on to medium. Keep stirring to avoid sticking the bottom until bubbles start appearing at the top. Add sugar when the milk comes to a boil, stir. Add vanilla. Remove pan from heat. Stir in almonds. Let cool. Pour into individual cups or into a serving dish. It will harden as it sits. Chill in fridge if you want to serve it cold (my preference), but it can also be served warm. It's lovely with a dollop of jam or fresh fruits. Enjoy!
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____________________________________________________ Thanks to Bea for this one: On my 15th birthday, I opened a package from my mom and sister. Out came a beauty case containing samples of my very own makeup. "Oh, neat," my dad said excitedly, "a tackle box!" My mother and sister explained that it was a beauty kit, not a tackle box. As I opened it up and showed everyone the eye shadow, mascara, and rouge, my father leaned over to my mother and whispered, "I told you it was a tackle box. Just look at all those lures." ____________________________________________________ "Heallo Tower ! It seems we sleed offa the runway a bit an the engine swallowed some of that there snow and konked out. Kin y'all send us a toe-truck? " "Tower to that Cessna stuck in a snow bank at the wrong end of the runway: Just relax, it's supposed to warm up in a week. Somebody will be out then to tow you back to the runway." ____________________________________________________
I'm afraid it's going to be sooner rather than later. Odama has cut our military down to where it was before WWI, he doesn't intend to let America win another world war.

Today on October 8 in
1895 The Berliner Gramophone Company was founded in
Philadelphia, PA. 

1915 During World War I, the Battle of Loos concluded. 

1918 U.S. Corporal Alvin C. York almost single-handedly
killed 25 German soldiers and captured 132 in the Argonne
Forest in France. York had originally tried to avoid being
drafted as a conscientious objector. After this event he was
promoted to sergeant and was awarded the Congressional Medal
of Honor. 

1919 The first transcontinental air race in the U.S. began. 

1945 U.S. President Truman announced that only Britain and
Canada would be given the secret to the atomic bomb. 

1950 U.N. forces crossed into North Korea from South Korea. 

1952 "The Complete Book of Etiquette" was published for the
first time. 

1966 The U.S. Government declared that LSD was dangerous and
an illegal substance. 

1970 Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn won the Nobel Prize
for literature. 

1981 U.S. President Reagan greeted former Presidents Carter,
Ford and Nixon to the White House. The group was preparing to
leave for Egypt to attend the funeral of Anwar Sadat. 

1982 In Poland, all labor organizations, including
Solidarity, were banned. 

1991 A slave burial site was found by construction workers in
lower Manhattan. The "Negro Burial Ground" had been closed
1790. Over a dozen skeletons were found. 

1993 The U.S. government issued a report absolving the FBI of
any wrongdoing in its final assault in Waco, TX, on the
Branch Davidian compound. The fire that ended the siege
killed as many as 85 people. 

1998 Taliban forces attacked Iranian border posts. Iran said
that three border posts were destroyed before the Taliban
forces were forced to retreat. The Taliban of Afghanistan
denied the event occurred. 

1998 Canada and Netherlands were voted into the U.N. Security

2001 Tom Ridge, former Governor of Pennsylvania, was sworn in
as director of the new U.S. department of Homeland Security.

2001 Rush Limbaugh announced to his listeners that he was
totally deaf in his left ear and had only partial hearing in
his right ear. The condition had happened in a three month

2001 Two Russian cosmonauts made the first spacewalk to be
conducted outside of the international space station without
a shuttle present. 

2002 A federal judge approved U.S. President George W. Bush's
request to reopen West Coast ports, to end a caustic 10-day
labor lockout. The lockout was costing the U.S. economy an
estimated $1 billion to $2 billion a day. 

2003 China announced that it would have a human crew orbit
the Earth briefly on October 15. 

2003 Vietnam and the United States reached a tentative
agreement that would allow the first commercial flights
between the two countries since the end of the Vietnam War. 

2003 It was announced that Vivendi Universal and General
Electric Co. had reached an agreement to merge. The name for
the combined company was NBC Universal. 

2003 Siegfried Fischbacher and his manager announced that the
"Siegfried and Roy" show at the Mirage was canceled
permanently. It was also said that if Roy Horn survived,
after a tiger attack on October 3, the duo would continue to
work together. 

2004 The first-ever direct presidential elections were held
in Afghanistan. 

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