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Todays Bonehead Award:
Naked man arrested after driving with wires attached 
to genitals
Details at Boneheads
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1894 William C. Hooker received a patent for the mousetrap. 
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______________________________________________________ “If Trump is elected, it makes me sad, but I have no choice,” commented Miley Cyrus to the Rolling Stones magazine this week. “I could never live under a president like him, it would be like living under the Soviet dictatorship of Hitler.” --- Miley Cyrus Canada has always welcomed all big tax payers. Even a silly screecher, who does not know the difference between the Communist Soviets and Hitler's Hillarian National Socialism, is quite welcome. It is only the great men who are truly obscene. If they had not dared to be obscene, they could never have dared to be great. --- Havelock Ellis (1859 - 1939) Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under. --- H. L. Mencken (1880 - 1956) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Thanks to Bea for this one: For the second time in a row, I was forced to impose on the woman with whom I car pooled to get our children to soccer practice. I phoned and explained that my husband had the car again, so I wouldn't be able to take my turn. A few minutes before she was due to pick up my son, my husband showed up. Since it was too late for me to call and say I could drive after all, I asked my husband to hide the car in the garage and to stay inside. I also explained to my son that he shouldn't mention anything about his father's whereabouts. Unfortunately, my husband forgot and was in front of our house chatting with a friend when my carpool partner arrived. When my son returned from practice, I asked him if she had noticed. "Yes," he replied, "she asked me which of the two men in front of the house was my father. But don't worry. I told her I didn't know." ______________________________________________________ Wanting to lose weight, a woman placed a picture of a shapely, pinup model in her refrigerator to remind her of her goal. The reminder worked like a charm as the woman discovered that she had lost ten pounds in the first month of using this method. The downside to this was that her husband spent so much time going into the fridge to look at the picture that he ended up gaining fifteen pounds! ______________________________________________________ From FB ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Reported by the Bausell Sailor An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Kurt Jenkins, 56, BOYNTON BEACH, Floriduh Naked man arrested after driving with wires attached to genitals A South Florida man was caught naked driving slowly through a neighborhood with electrical wires protruding from his penis, police said. News outlets report Kurt Jenkins, 56, was charged with lewd and lascivious exhibition, exposure of sexual organs and resisting a law enforcement officer without violence. According to Boynton Beach police, a witness said on Monday that the naked man, identified as Jenkins, drove by him, gesturing for him to look toward Jenkins' groin area. That's when the witness saw an electronic device with wires attached to Jenkins' penis. The witness said Jenkins asked him to get inside, but he declined and called police. Arriving officers said Jenkins refused to comply their commands. Jenkins was taken to the ground and handcuffed, police said. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From Lorne Re: Dye Printers Dear Webby, I heard that dye printers print better colors than inkjet. How much do those cost? Lorne If you have to ask how much they cost, then a dye sublimation printer is not the printer for you. The individual dots produced are better, but the prints are fuzzy, compared to a laser printer. The prints look about the same as old style chemical process photos. Laser and even inkjet printers produce sharper images. Dye printers are usually just special purpose printers for ID badges, drivers licenses, textile, and so on. They are made to print specific media in a specific size, like drivers licenses. You can get them in sizes to print heat transfer pages for t-shirts or cups. Some even print directly onto plastic cups. The dye ribbons are very expensive compared to laser toner. Unless you have a very specific need like ID cards or T- shirts, you are better off getting a decent laser printer. Have FUN! DearWebby A group of Americans was touring Ireland. One of the women in the group was a real curmudgeon, constantly complaining. The bus seats are uncomfortable. The food is terrible. It´s too hot. It´s too cold. The accommodations are awful. The group arrived at the site of the famous Blarney Stone. "Good luck will be followin´ ya all your days if you kiss the Blarney Stone,"the guide said. "Unfortunately, it´s being cleaned today and so no one will be able to kiss it. Perhaps we can come back tomorrow." "We can´t be here tomorrow," the nasty woman shouted. "We have some other boring tour to go on. So I guess we can´t kiss the stupid stone." "Well now," the guide said, "it is said that if you kiss someone who has kissed the stone, you´ll have the same good fortune." "And I suppose you´ve kissed the stone," the woman scoffed. "No, ma´am," the frustrated guide said, "but I´ve sat on it."
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Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Crescent Pizza Rolls By tiffanytallent1981 [15 Posts, 11 Comments] I think it is safe to bet that almost everyone loves pizza! And if you are looking for a great tasting variation, these rolls are the perfect choice. They make fabulous appetizers for events, parties, and reunions. I actually prepare one package and split them between dinner one night, and lunch the next day. They are just as good reheated in the microwave, so nothing has to be wasted if there are leftovers. Prep Time: 10 Cook Time: 10-12 minutes Total Time: 20-25 minutes Yield: 8 Source: Pinterest Ingredients: 1 pkg. crescent rolls 24 pieces pepperoni 4 mozzarella string cheese sticks Marinara, ranch, or other dipping sauce 1 sprinkle garlic powder 1/8 cup grated Parmesan cheese cooking spray (for some pans) Steps: Cut string cheese sticks in half. Lay out the crescent roll triangles. Add 3-4 slices of pepperoni to each triangle, slightly overlapping. Place them along the base of the triangle, going toward the middle. Add a cheese stick half on top of each set of pepperoni. Preheat oven to 350-375 degrees F. You will bake them at the temperature given in the crescent roll directions. Every oven is different and mine works better at 350 F. Use cooking spray if you feel it is needed. I actually did not have any with this current batch. The rolls still practically slid off of my pan! Fold the crescent corners around the pepperonis and cheese sticks, leaving no holes. If you have any holes, the cheese will melt out and burn on the pan. Sprinkle garlic powder on top of the rolls. Place in the oven for 5-8 minutes. The darker you want the bottoms of the rolls, the longer you leave them in the oven. Take them out and flip each roll over. Place back in the oven for 4-6 minutes. The time depends on how dark you want them. I try to leave mine for 6 minutes the first time and 3-4 minutes after they have been flipped. Take them out of the oven and sprinkle the Parmesan cheese on top. Serve with your choice of dipping sauce. Don't forget the Pizza Sauce! I prefer smearing pizza sauce on first, then pepperoni or salami or ham, a paper-thin slice of onion, a very light sprinkle of garlic salt, Oregano and Cilantro (Italian Parley), then a thin slice of Mozarella. Works OK rolled up or left flat for a square pizza. Whichever way you do it, don't forget the Pizza Sauce! DearWebby
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A 97 year old man goes into his doctor's office and says, "Doc, I want my sex drive lowered." "Sir", replied the doctor, "You're 97. Don't you think your sex drive is all in your head?" "You're darned right it is!" replied the old man. "That's why I want it lowered about 2 feet!"
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____________________________________________________ A guy walks into a bar and approaches the barman, "Can I have a pint of Less, please?" "I'm sorry sir," the barman replies, looking slightly puzzled, "I've not come across that one before. Is it a spirit?" "I've no idea," replies the guy, "The thing is, I went to see my doctor today and he told me that I should drink 'Less'." ---------- hmmm Might be profitable to print some bottle or can labels for a beer called LESS and stick them onto the cheapest beer you can buy, and sell your LESS beer at a decent mark-up. A lot of people will buy it just as conversation pieces. ____________________________________________________ A minister decided to do something a little different one Sunday morning. He said, "Today, in church, I am going to say a single word and you are going to help me preach. Whatever single word I say, I want you to sing whatever hymn that comes to your mind. The pastor shouted out "CROSS". Immediately the congregation started singing in unison, 'THE OLD RUGGED CROSS." The pastor hollered out "GRACE." The congregation began to sing "AMAZING GRACE, how sweet the sound." The pastor said "POWER." The congregation sang "THERE IS POWER IN THE BLOOD." The pastor said "SEX." The congregation fell in total silence. Everyone was in shock. They all nervously began to look around at each other, afraid to say anything. Then all of a sudden, from way in the back of the church, a little 87 year old grandmother stood up and began to sing "PRECIOUS MEMORIES." ____________________________________________________
People are AWESOME! The best of the month of October, 2016.
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Today on November 6
1789 Father John Carroll was appointed as the first Roman
Catholic bishop in the United States of America. 

1832 Joseph Smith, III, was born. He was the first president
of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. He was also the son of Joseph Smith, the founder of
Mormonism. 

1851 Charles Henry Dow was born. He was the founder of Dow
Jones & Company. 

1860 Abraham Lincoln was elected to be the sixteenth
president of the United States. 

1861 Jefferson Davis was elected as the president of the
Confederacy in the U.S. 

1869 The first official intercollegiate football game was
played in New Brunswick, NJ. 

1894 William C. Hooker received a patent for the mousetrap. 

1903 Philippe Bunau-Varilla, as Panama's ambassador to the
United States, signed the Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty. The
document granted rights to the United States to build and
indefinitely administer the Panama Canal Zone and its
defenses. 

1913 Mohandas K. Gandhi was arrested as he led a march of
Indian miners in South Africa. 

1917 During World War I, Candian forces take the village of
Passchendaele, Belgium, in the Third Battle of Ypres. 

1923 Jacob Schick was granted a patent for the electric
shaver. 

1935 Edwin H. Armstrong announced his development of FM
broadcasting. 

1952 The first hydrogen bomb was exploded at Eniwetok Atoll
in the Pacific Ocean. 

1961 In the Saraha Desert of Algeria, a natural gas well
ignited when a pipe ruptured. The flames rose between 450
feet and 800 feet. The fire burned until April 28, 1962 when
a team led by Red Adair used explosives to deprived the fire
of oxygen. (Devil's Cigarette Lighter) 

1962 The U.N. General Assembly adopts a resolution that
condemned South Africa's racist apartheid policies. The
resolution also called for all member states to terminate
military and economic relations with South Africa. 

1965 The Freedom Flights program began which would allow
250,000 Cubans to come to the United States by 1971. 

1973 NASA's Pioneer 10 spacecraft began photographing
Jupiter. 

1975 King Hassan II of Morocco launches the Green March, a
mass migration of 300,000 unarmed Moroccans, that march into
the nation of Western Sahara. 

1977 39 people were killed when an earthen dam burst, sending
a wall of water through the campus of Toccoa Falls Bible
College in Georgia. 

1983 U.S. Army choppers dropped hundreds of thousands
leaflets over northern and central Grenada. The leaflets
urged residents to cooperate in locating any Grenadian army
or Cuban resisters to the U.S-led invasion. 

1984 For the first time in 193 years, the New York Stock
Exchange remained open during a presidential election day. 

1985 Leftist guerrillas belonging to Columbia's April 19
Movement seized control of the Palace of Justice in Bogota. 

1986 Former Navy radioman John A. Walker Jr., was sentenced
in Baltimore to life imprisonment. Walker had admitted to
being the head of a family spy ring. 

1986 U.S. intelligence sources confirmed a story run by the
Lebanese magazine Ash Shiraa that reported the U.S. had been
secretly selling arms to Iran in an effort to secure the
release of seven American hostages. 

1989 In the hopes of freeing U.S. hostages held in Iran, the
U.S. announced that it would unfreeze $567 million in Iranian
assets that had been held since 1979. 

1990 About 20% of the Universal Studios backlot in southern
California was destroyed in an arson fire. 

1991 Kuwait celebrated the dousing of the last of the oil
fires ignited by Iraq during the Persian Gulf War. 

1995 Mark Messier scored his 500th NHL goal. 

1996 Michael Jordan scored 50 points for the 29th time in his
NBA career. 

1998 The Islamic militant group Hamas exploded a car bomb
killing the two attackers and injuring 21 civilians. 

1999 Australian voters rejected a referendum to drop
Britain's queen as their head of state. 

2001 In London, the "Lest We Forget" exhibit opened at the
National Memorial Arboretum. Fred Seiker was the creator of
the 24 watercolors. Seiker was a prisoner of war that had
been forced to build the Burma Railroad, the "railway of
death," for the Japanese during World War II. 

2001 In Madrid, Spain, a car bomb injured about 60 people.
The bomb was blamed on Basque separatists. 

2001 Ten people were executed in Beijing, China. The state
newspaper of China said that all of the people executed were
robbers and killers aged 20-23. 

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