Print list of files in a directory and subdirectories 

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Today is Wednesday, December 7

The correct answer is 6
I was truly surprised at how man wrote back with the right answer. 

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Todays Bonehead Award:
Floriduh Woman kicked elder parishioner, 
stole wallet at church. Got arrested.
Details at Boneheads
Today, December 6 in 
1941 Pearl Harbor, located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu was
attacked by nearly 200 Japanese warplanes in retaliation for
US actions in Asia. The attack resulted in the U.S. entering
into World War II. 
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______________________________________________________ Few people can see genius in someone who has offended them. --- Robertson Davies I won't take my religion from any man who never works except with his mouth. --- Carl Sandburg (1878 - 1967) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ If somebody is pestering you for your phone number, or if you want to detour a telemarketer, give them this number: 1 212-479-7990 It's the New York Rejection Line. For numbers in other states, check out Go ahead, and call that number, to hear what a caller will get! You can use Skype to call long distance, but it is usually best to pick a n umber for your state. ______________________________________________________ A man parked his car at the supermarket and was walking past a row of empty shopping carts when the cart-girl standing there called after him, "Excuse me, did you want a cart?" "No," he answered. "I'm only after one thing." As he walked into the store, he heard her murmur, "Typical male!" ______________________________________________________ Gingerbread Cookies Ingredients: 3 c. sugar 1 1/2 c. lard 1 c. molasses 1 c. hot water 2 T. ginger 1 T. soda 1 T. lemon Pinch of salt 2 eggs Flour enough to make a stiff dough (8 c.) Directions: Mix first 9 ingredients. Add flour to make a stiff dough. Chill in refrigerator. Cut into gingerbread men and decorate with raisin eyes, nose, and buttons. Bake at 350 degrees. If you like them almost moist, and chewey instead of brittle, add some apple or pear sauce. If you accidentally make too many, send them to me, please! ______________________________________________________ From FB ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Brenda Yancy, 56, Sanford, Floriduh Floriduh Woman kicked elder parishioner, stole wallet at church. Got arrested. Sanford police arrested a woman Sunday who they say kicked a 76-year-old parishioner who tried to stop the woman from stealing a purse. Police said the parishioner set her purse on a bench while opening up Rescue Outreach Mission church at 1701 Historic Goldsboro Blvd. and walked out of the room for a moment. When she came back, Brenda Yancy, 56, was standing over the purse and holding a wallet, according to police. The parishioner asked Yancy to return the wallet and money. A struggle ensued and Yancy kicked the woman and threw a punch toward her face, police said. She then ran from the building, police said. Officers found her not far from the church and arrested her on charges of robbery, battery on a person 65 years old or older and possession of drug paraphernalia. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From Kate RE: printed file list Dear Webby, I know Windows doesn't have an easy way to print a list of the file names in a folder, but I have received CD's from friends that had a neatly printed list of the files. I don't want dates or sizes, just the file names. How is that done? Kate Dear Kate There are two ways to do that. One is to go to the DOS command line and type a simple command, the other method is to get DirectoryListPrint from Switzerland, and learn to use that program. It is at List Print Personally, because I love the raw power of DOS, I use that. First go to the directory (folder) that you want listed. At the top. Look at the address at the top, right-click it and select Copy address as text Next hit START, type cmd and hit ENTER You'll get the scary old DOS window in black. If you don't like a black screen with light grey writing, change it! color 9e gives you bright yellow on blue background. color 9a gives you fluorescent green on blue. Just play with it till you find a combo that suits your mood. The number is for the background, the letter for the text color. Now go to the drive where those folders are. If they are on a CD, that would probably be drive D: So type D: and hit ENTER. The prompt instantly changes to show you are on D: Type CD and a space. Now you can either type the name of the folder you want, or paste it. Pasting is still the same as it was in the 80's. Microsoft has not updated that. Right-click on the top bar, type E or select EDIT, type P or select Paste. In DOS you can do everything without taking your hands off the keyboard and hunting for the mouse. OK, now the propmt reads, for example: D:>CD Music\gospel Hit Enter CD is for Change (to) Directory Note that on Windows the \ leans to the left, unlike the / right leaning slash of UNIX and Linux. Now the prompt reads D:\Music\gospel To get the listing of all the files in there, including all the subdirectories in that, type dir /s WOW! Exactly what you want is flashing by on the screen. All 2750 gospel songs, separated into each different category folder. You COULD mark and copy all that, but there is a much easier way. dir /s >c:\list1.txt instantly puts all that into a neat text file, easy to find in C:\, called list1.txt You can open that with any text editor or word processor or spreadsheet, pretty it up and format it to print any way you want, for example to fit into a CD case. If you type dir /? you will see all kinds of options for different formatting of the results. Try them out! dir /s is by no means the only suitable way to list the files. dir /b (bare) is also quite handy. If all that sounds too complicated, get that program from Switzerland, in English or German, and read their instructions. Then you can do it all by just mousing around. Have FUN! DearWebby
A wife and husband both talked in their sleep. She loved auctions; whle his hobby was golf. The other night, during a deep sleep, the man yelled, 'Fore!' His wife, also in a deep sleep and not missing a beat, yelled back, 'Four Fifty!'
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Daily tip from Homemade Dried and Caramelized Onions By attosa [258 Posts, 586 Comments] When I find a great deal on onions, I buy a large amount and make these dried and caramelized onions. It ends up being a whole lot cheaper and more tasty than buying dried onions in bottles. You can make these in the oven, in a dehydrator, or even in the sun! To make onion powder, run the finished product in a processor. Prep Time: 2 to 4 hours Ingredients: onions oil for caramelized onions (1 tsp per onion) Steps: Cut onions into halves, then thinly slice with knife or mandolin. Spread a thin layer onto a rack. If you're using sunlight, you can have your onions ready in a few hours. If you're using your oven, set temperature to 200F for about 3 hours. To use your dehydrator, place sliced onions on dehydrator trays and set to 125F for about 4 hours. Rotate your trays half way for even drying. To make caramelized onions, coat the bottom of a pan with 1 tsp of oil to every sliced whole onion. Heat to medium, cooking until browned, stirring often. It's best not to crowd the pan as they will steam up and produce water. Instead of a Mandolin I use a Borner "V" cutter and make tiny cubes. Aside from being much safer, the little cubes practically disappear in gravies and sauces, just leaving the flavor behind. I also use a lot less oil. I use an ancient Amway window cleaner sprayer from the 80's, and just give the pan a light misting of oil and then another fast squirt onto the onions. That's enough, especially when filling my one gallon pickle jar with browned onion cubelets. I want them feeling dry, not oily. Have FUN! DearWebby
Mog's Christmas
____________________________________________________ A teacher asked her students to draw a picture of their favorite Old Testament story, and as she moved around the class, she saw there were many wonderful drawings being done. Then she came across Johnny who had drawn a man driving an old car. In the back seat were two passengers, both scantily dressed. "It's a lovely picture," said the teacher, "but which story does it tell?" Johnny seemed surprised at the question. "Well," he exclaimed, "it says in the BIBLE that God drove Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden in a Fury?" Then he added proudly, "And THAT is the Plymouth Fury! Uncle Bubba has it on blocks in front of his trailer!" ____________________________________________________
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>From Mimi When my granddaughter, Marissa, was 4 yrs. old, we were waiting in the car at the school to pick up her brother, Michael, and her cousin, Mark. Marissa was sitting in the back seat of the car, eating gummy bears candies and said to me, "Mimi, guess what color I am eating now. Of course, I was looking in the rear view mirror and told her each and every color she was eating. Marissa was so surprised and she said, "How do you know what color the candy is?" I told her that I was a psychic. Two days later, while in the middle of driving, she again asked me what color candy she was eating. This time I couldn't keep on looking in the mirror, so I just guessed any color. Marissa then said, "Oh, Mimi, I guess you're not a psycho anymore."
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Today on December 7
1431 In Paris, Henry VI of England was crowned King of

1732 The original Covent Garden Theatre Royal (now the Royal
Opera House) was opened. 

1787 Delaware became the first state to ratify the U.S.
constitution becoming the first of the United States. 

1907 At London's National Sporting Club, Eugene Corri became
the first referee to officiate from inside a boxing ring. 

1925 Swimmer Johnny Weissmuller set a world record in the
150-yard freestyle with a time of 1 minute, 25 and 2/5
seconds. He went on to play "Tarzan" in several movies. 

1926 The gas operated refrigerator was patented by The
Electrolux Servel Corporation. 

1941 Pearl Harbor, located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu was
attacked by nearly 200 Japanese warplanes in retaliation for
US actions in Asia. The attack resulted in the U.S. entering
into World War II. 

1946 A fire at the Winecoff Hotel in Atlanta killed 119
people. It was America's worst hotel fire disaster. The hotel
founder, W. Frank Winecoff, was also killed in the fire. 

1971 Libya announced the nationalization of British
Petroleum's assets. 

1972 Apollo 17 was launched at Cape Canaveral. It was the
last U.S. moon mission. 

1972 Imelda Marcos, wife of Philippine President Ferdinand E.
Marcos, was stabbed and seriously wounded by an assailant.
The man was then shot and killed by her bodyguards. 

1974 President Makarios returned to Cyprus after five months
in exile. 

1980 General Antonio Ramlho Eanes was reelected president of
Portugal. His right-wing opposition was thrown into disarray
by the death of Premier Francisco Sa Carneiro in a plane

1982 Charlie Brooks Junior, a convicted murderer, became the
first prisoner in the U.S. to be executed by injection, at a
prison in Huntsville, TX. 

1983 Madrid, Spain, an Aviaco DC-9 collided on a runway with
an Iberia Air Lines Boeing 727 that was accelerating for
takeoff. The collision resulted in the death of all 42 people
aboard the DC-9 and 51 on the Iberia jet. 

1987 Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev set foot on American
soil for the first time. He had come to the U.S. for a
Washington summit with U.S. President Reagan. 

1987 43 people were killed when a gunman opened fire on a
fellow passenger and the two pilots aboard a Pacific
Southwest Airlines jetliner. 

1988 An estimated 25,000 people were killed when a major
earthquake hit northern Armenia in the Soviet Union. The
quake measured 6.9 on the Richter Scale. 

1988 Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev announced the
reduction of the number of Soviet military troops by half a

1989 East Germany's Communist Party agreed to cooperate with
the plan for free elections and a revised constitution. 

1992 The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a Mississippi abortion
law which required women to get counseling and then wait 24
hours before terminating their pregnancies. 

1993 Six people were killed and 17 were injured when a gunman
opened fire on a Long Island Rail Road commuter train. 

1993 Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary revealed that the U.S.
government had conducted more than 200 nuclear weapons tests
in secret at its Nevada test site. 

1993 Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders suggested that the U.S.
government study the impact of drug legalization. 

1995 A probe sent from the Galileo spacecraft entered into
Jupiter's atmosphere. The probe sent back data to the
mothership before it was destroyed. 

1996 The space shuttle Columbia returned from the longest-
ever shuttle flight of 17 days, 15 hours and 54 minutes. 

1998 The U.N. evacuated 14 peacekeepers that were trapped by
fighting between army and rebel forces in central Angola. 

1998 U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno declined to seek an
independent counsel investigation of President Clinton over
1996 campaign financing. 

1999 A U.S. federal grand jury indicted a former convict in
the 1995 disappearance of atheist leader Madalyn Murray

2002 In Amsterdam, Netherlands, two Van Gogh paintings were
stolen from the Van Gogh Museum. The two works were "View of
the Sea st Scheveningen" and "Congregation Leaving the
Reformed Church in Nuenen." On July 26, 2004, two men were
convicted for the crime and were sentenced to at least four
years in prison each. 

2002 In Mymensingh, Bangladesh, four movies theaters were
bombed within 30 minutes of each other. At least 15 people
were killed and over 200 were injured. 

2003 A 12-inch by 26-inch painting of a river landscape and
sailing vessel by Martin Johnson Heade was sold at auction
for $1 million. The painting was found in the attic of a
suburban Boston home where it had been stored for more than
60 years.

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