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1666 Shah Jahan, a descendant of Genghis Khan and Timur,
died at the age of 74. He was the Mongol emperor of India
that built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his wife
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______________________________________________________ There are more fools in the world than there are people. --- Heinrich Heine (1797 - 1856) The more I want to get something done, the less I call it work. --- Richard Bach A sympathetic Scot summed it all up very neatly in the remark, "You should make a point of trying every experience once, excepting incest and folk dancing." --- Sir Arnold Bax "Love is an ocean of emotions entirely surrounded by expenses." ---Lord Dewar ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ "A curiosity-breeding little joker" is how Mark Twain described the typewriter. His Life on the Mississippi (1883) was the first book-length manuscript published that had been written on one of the new machines. It's rumored that a Twain's descendant wrote the first novel on a windows based computer. After losing a chapter when the machine crashed, she is said to have called the computer a #@*#@$ little *$%#@. ______________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ A college student in a philosophy class was taking his first examination. On the paper there was a single line which simply said: "Is this a question?" - Discuss!. After a short time he wrote: "If that is a question, then this is an answer." The student received an "A" on the exam. That was the good old days. Nowadays "Discuss!" would be considered an order, and as such the proper reply for a philosophy major would be: "Do you want fries with that?" ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Carisa Rhoads, 37, Frackville, Pennsylvania Mother Beat Up Child’s Assistant Principal Police in Schuylkill County say a woman attacked her child's assistant principal. Carisa Rhoads, 37, of Frackville was allegedly arguing with Janel Hansbury, the assistant principal at North Schuylkill Elementary, at the Schuylkill County Courthouse on Monday morning. According to police, Hansbury was called by Children and Youth to testify at a hearing regarding Rhoads's child. Hansbury told officers Rhoads threw her to the ground, punched her, and kicked her in the parking lot. A Children and Youth worker told police Rhoads came into her office afterwards and admitted to beating up Hansbury in the parking lot. Rhoads was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment by physical contact, disorderly conduct, and retaliation against witness or victim. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Vivian Re: IP number Dear Webby, How can I tell what IP number I am using to get on-line? Thanks Vivian Dear Vivian Just go to http://webby.com/ip That will instantly tell you, without any fuss, what your IP is. It will show something like this: You are visiting from IP Address: Have FUN! DearWebby
After the christening of his baby brother in church, little three-year-old Johnny sat in the back seat, unusually quite. Very softly he started to cry until his father noticed him sobbing. "What's wrong, little Johnny?" asked his father. Between sniffles little Johnny replied, "That priest said he wanted us bwought up in a good and regwitches home, but, but, but I don' wanna go to a witches home, I wanna stay with YOU and MOM!"
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____________________________________________________ Some people are very bossy and like to tell others what to do, but don't want to soil their own hands. They are called "Dick Taters." Some people never seem motivated to participate, but are just content to watch while others do the work. They are called "Speck Taters." Some people never do anything to help, but are gifted at finding fault with the way others do the work. They are called "Commie Taters." Some people are always looking to cause problems by asking others to agree with them. It is too hot or too cold, too sour or too sweet. They are called "Aggie Taters." There are those who say they will help, but somehow just never get around to actually doing the promised help. They are called, "Hezzie Taters." Some people can put up a front and pretend to be someone they are not. They are called "Emma Taters." Then there are those who love and do what they say they will. They are always prepared to stop whatever they are doing and lend a helping hand. They bring real sunshine into the lives of others. They are called "SWEET TATERS." ___________________________________________________
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An engineering student, a physics student, and a mathematics student were each given $150 dollars and were told to use that money to find out exactly how tall a particular hotel was. All three ran off, extremely keen on how to do this. The physics student went out, gathered a few friends, purchased some stopwatches, a number of ball bearings, and a calculator. He had the friends time the drop of ball bearings from the roof, and he then figured out the height from the time it took for the bearings to accelerate from rest until they impacted with the sidewalk. The math student purchased a protractor, plumb line, tripod and measuring tape. She waited until the sun was going down, then used her equipment to measure the length of the shadow, and find the angle the building's roof made from the ground. Then she used trigonometry to figure out the height of the building. Of course, with all that was involved in getting this experiment done, they were up plenty late studying for exams in other courses. These two students bumped into the engineering student the next day, who looked quite refreshed. When asked what he did to find the height of the building he replied, "Well, I walked up to the bell hop, gave him 10 bucks, asked him how tall the hotel was, and went inside for happy hour!"
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Today on January 22

1666 Shah Jahan, a descendant of Genghis Khan and Timur,
died at the age of 74. He was the Mongol emperor of India
that built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his wife

1771 The Falkland Islands were ceded to Britain by Spain. 

1824 The Asante army crushed British troops in the Gold

1874 A patent was issued to Samuel W. Francis for the

1879 British troops were massacred by the Zulus at

1889 The Columbia Phonograph Company was formed in
Washington, DC. 

1895 The National Association of Manufacturers was
organized in Cincinnati, OH. 

1900 Off of South Africa, the British released the German
steamer Herzog, which had been seized on January 6. 

1901 Queen Victoria of England died after reigning for
nearly 64 years. Edward VII, her son, succeeded her. 

1903 The Hay-Herrán Treaty was signed by United States
Secretary of State John M. Hay and Colombian Chargé Dr.
Tomás Herrán. The treaty granted the United States rights
to the land proposed for the Panama Canal. 

1905 Insurgent workers were fired on in St Petersburg,
Russia, resulting in "Bloody Sunday." 500 people were

1917 U.S. President Wilson pleaded for an end to war in
Europe, calling for "peace without victory." America
entered the war the following April. 

1930 In New York, excavation began for the Empire State

1941 Britain captured Tobruk from German forces. 

1944 Allied forces began landing at Anzio, Italy, during
World War II. 

1951 Fidel Castro was ejected from a Winter League
baseball game after hitting a batter. He later gave up
baseball for politics. 

1957 Suspected "Mad Bomber" was arrested in Waterbury, CT.
George P. Metesky was accused of planting more than 30
explosive devices in the New York City area. 

1957 The Israeli army withdrew from the Sinai. They had
invaded Egypt on October 29, 1956. 

1962 Cuba's membership in the Organization of American
States (OAS) was suspended. 

1970 The first regularly scheduled commercial flight of
the Boeing 747 began in New York City and ended in London
about 6 1/2 hours later. 

1972 The United Kingdom, the Irish Republic, and Denmark
joined the EEC. 

1973 The U.S. Supreme Court struck down state laws that
had been restricting abortions during the first six months
of pregnancy. The case (Roe vs. Wade) legalized abortion. 

1984 Apple introduced the Macintosh during the third
quarter of Super Bowl XVIII. 

1987 Phil Donahue became the first talk show host to tape
a show from inside the Soviet Union. The shows were shown
later in the year. 

1992 Rebel soldiers seized the national radio station in
Kinshasa, Zaire's capital, and broadcast a demand for the
government's resignation. 

1995 Two Palestinian suicide bombers from the Gaza Strip
detonated powerful explosives at a military transit point
in central Israel, killing 19 Israelis. 

1998 Theodore Kaczynski pled guilty to federal charges for
his role as the Unabomber. He agreed to life in prison
without parole. 

2000 Elian Gonzalez's grandmothers met privately with U.S.
Attorney General Janet Reno as they appealed for help in
removing the boy from his Florida relatives and reuniting
him with his father in Cuba. 

2001 Former National Football League (NFL) player Rae
Carruth was sentenced to a minimum 18 years and 11 months
in prison for his role in the 1999 shooting death of his
pregnant girlfriend, Cherica Adams. Adams died a month
later from her wounds. The baby survived and lives with
the victim's mother. 

2001 Acting on a tip, authorities captured four of the
"Texas 7" in Woodland Park, CO, at a convenience store. A
fifth convict killed himself inside a motor home. 

2002 In Calcutta, India, Heavily armed gunmen attacked the
U.S. government cultural center. Five police officers were
killed and twenty others, including one pedestrian and one
private security guard, were wounded. 

2002 Lawyers suing Enron Corp. asked a court to prevent
further shredding of documents due to the pending federal

2002 Amazon.com announced that it had posted its first net
profit in the fourth quarter (quarter ending December 31,

2002 AOL Time Warner filed suit against Microsoft in
federal court seeking damages for harm done to AOL's
Netscape Internet Browser when Microsoft began giving away
its competing browser. 

2002 Kmart Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy making it
the largest retailer in history to seek legal protection
from its creditors. 

2003 It was reported that scientists in China had found
fossilized remains of a dinosaur with four feathered

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