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Todays Bonehead Award:
Fisherman's $500K Catch Could Get Him Life in Prison
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Today, January 30 in
1790 The first purpose-built lifeboat was launched on 
the River Tyne.
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______________________________________________________ On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. --- Peter Steiner The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it. --- Flannery O'Connor (1925 - 1964) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ An Texan, a Scot and a Californian were in a terrible car accident. They were all brought to the same emergency room, but all three of them died before they arrived. Just as they were about to put the toe tag on the Texan, he stirred and opened his eyes. Astonished, the doctors and nurses present asked him what happened. "Well," said the Texan, "I remember the crash, and then there was a beautiful light, and then the Californian and the Scot and I were standing at the gates of heaven. St. Peter approached us and said that we were all too young to die, and said that for a donation of $50, we could return to earth. So of course I pulled out my wallet and gave him the $50, and the next thing I knew was back here." "That's amazing!" said the one of the doctors, "But what happened to the other two?" "Last I saw them," replied the Texan, "the Scot was haggling over the price and the Californian was waiting for the government to pay his." ______________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ A man learned shortly before quitting time that he had to attend a meeting. He tried unsuccessfully to locate his car-pool members to let them know that he would not be leaving with them. Hastily he scribbled a message to one fellow and left it on his desk: "I have a last-minute meeting. Leave without me. Dave." At 7:00 p.m., the man stopped at his desk and found this note: "Meet us at the bar and grill across the street. Today is Monday, the day YOU drive." ______________________________________________________ From FB Zhangjiajie National Park China, by Thomas Dawson ______________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Thomas Breeding, 32, Panama City, Floriduh Fisherman's $500K Catch Could Get Him Life in Prison Thomas Breeding chose to sell cocaine bale When commercial fisherman Thomas Breeding found 45 pounds of cocaine floating in the Gulf of Mexico last January, he says he knew the right thing was to turn it over to police. The Florida man instead opted to sell it, a decision that could land him in prison for life. Breeding—a 32-year-old boat captain with drug and weapons convictions, per the Panama City News Herald—says he hadn't "ever been involved in the drug trade before. I was just a hard-working, young commercial fisherman." But the package—worth $500,000 to $620,000 on the street, per—was apparently too tempting. In June, he gave the cocaine to four others, who sold the drug and paid Breeding a cut. Authorities unraveled the scheme and charged all five with conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. Breeding, found with a gun in his vehicle, also was charged with unlawfully transporting a firearm. Like his co-defendants, Breeding pleaded guilty to the drug charge on Wednesday. He now faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $4.25 million fine, and he's warning others not to follow his lead. "I would like to let the public know the dangers and what not to do if this situation comes about," says Breeding, who is to be sentenced Feb. 16. "This changed my life and way of thinking and also made me aware of some of the dangers that can be found off shore." It makes no difference whether he bought it in Mexico or found it near Floriduh. It is cocaine. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Dave Re: Transfering pictures Dear Webby I have about 15000 digital photos, all titled and arranged in folders. I also have a new computer. Is there any way to get the pictures, titles and folders into the new computer easily. The program I tried just put the pictures on the CD, nothing else. Thanks for your help. Dave S. Dear David The easiest way is to network the computers. Just get a $4.95 crossover cable and set up a home network, or network via the router. Then you can drag entire folders including their sub-folders over to the new machine. Setting up the home network is easy. Just go into the network set-up wizard and hit Enter a whole bunch of times. There are only very few questions that you have to actually answer. Keep in mind that you will meet some resistance and will have to mess with sharing and permissions, but it's not a big deal. Open all permissions wide. You can always close them after the big move. Then simply drag the directory tree with the pictures to the new machine. Have FUN! DearWebby
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____________________________________________________ During an arctic training exercise in Alaska a cold snap played havoc with vehicles and equipment. One harassed new battery commander was trying to cope with vehicles that wouldn't run and machinery that wouldn't work. He was wondering what else could go wrong when the door flew open and a soldier rushed in and announced, "Hey, captain, the northern lights are out! Exasperated and without looking, the captain barked, "Well, don't tell me! Go get the generator mechanic and have him fix the dang things!" ___________________________________________________
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A vacationing golfer was out playing on a course that he had never played before. He hired a caddie from the pro shop to show him the layout of the course, and help him decide what shots to play. On the first tee, the golfer missed his shot, and it dribbled forward about 15 yards. He was slightly embarrassed, but determined to play a better second shot. He hit his second shot into the bordering fairway, and his third shot into a sand trap. By the time he holed out on this Par 4, he was 6 over par. The man turned to his caddie and said, "Well, I have never played this badly before!" To which the caddie replied, "What game are you playing, Sir ?"
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Today on January 30
1649 England's King Charles I was beheaded. 

1790 The first purpose-built lifeboat was launched on the River

1798 The first brawl in the U.S. House of Representatives took
place. Congressmen Matthew Lyon and Roger Griswold fought on
the House floor. 

1847 The town of Yerba Buena was renamed San Francisco. 

1862 The U.S. Navy's first ironclad warship, the "Monitor", was

1889 Rudolph, crown prince of Austria, and his 17-year-old
mistress, Baroness Marie Vetsera, were found shot in his
hunting lodge at Mayerling, near Vienna. 

1894 C.B. King received a patent for the pneumatic hammer. 

1900 The British fighting the Boers in South Africa ask for a
larger army. 

1910 Work began on the first board-track automobile speedway.
The track was built in Playa del Ray, CA. 

1911 The first airplane rescue at sea was made by the destroyer
"Terry." Pilot James McCurdy was forced to land in the ocean
about 10 miles from Havana, Cuba. 

1933 "The Lone Ranger" was heard on radio for the first time.
The program ran for 2,956 episodes and ended in 1955. 

1933 Adolf Hitler was named the German Chancellor. 

1948 Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi was
murdered by a Hindu extremist. 

1958 Yves Saint Laurent, at age 22, held his first major
fashion show in Paris. 

1958 The first two-way moving sidewalk was put in service at
Love Field in Dallas, TX. The length of the walkway through the
airport was 1,435 feet. 

1962 Two members of the "Flying Wallendas" high-wire act were
killed when their seven-person pyramid collapsed during a
performance in Detroit, MI. 

1964 January 30 The U.S. launched Ranger 6. The unmanned
spacecraft carried television cameras and was intentionally
crash-landed on the moon. The cameras did not return any
pictures to Earth. 

1968 The Tet Offensive began as Communist forces launched
surprise attacks against South Vietnamese provincial capitals. 

1972 In Northern Ireland, British soldiers shot and killed
thirteen Roman Catholic civil rights marchers. The day is known
as "Bloody Sunday." 

1979 The civilian government of Iran announced it had decided
to allow Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to return. He had been
living in exile in France. 

1989 The U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan was closed. 

1995 The U.N. Security Council authorized the deployment of a
6,000-member U.N. peace-keeping contingent to assume security
responsibilities in Haiti from U.S. forces. 

1995 Researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health
announced that clinical trials had demonstrated the
effectiveness of the first preventative treatment for sickle
cell anaemia. 

1996 Gino Gallagher, the reputed leader of the Irish National
Liberation Army, was shot and killed as he queued for his
unemployment benefit. 

1997 A New Jersey judge ruled that the unborn child of a female
prisoner must have legal representation. He denied the prisoner
bail reduction to enable her to leave the jail and obtain an

2002 Slobodan Milosevic accused the U.N. war crimes tribunal of
an "evil and hostile attack" against him. Milosevic was
defending his actions during the Balkan wars. 

2002 Japan's last coal mine was closed. The closures were due
to high production costs and cheap imports. 

2005 In Iraq, the first free Parliamentary elections since 1958
took place. 

2017  smiled.

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