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Todays Bonehead Award:
Florida Shooter Poops On His Arrest Warrant
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1430 Joan of Arc was captured by Burgundians. 
She was then sold to the English. 
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Demetrius Vidale, 24, Deerfield Beach, Floriduh Florida Shooter Poops On His Arrest Warrant Being accused of a crime is pretty crappy, but that’s no reason to poop on a search warrant. That’s what a Florida man accused of shooting at a Deerfield Beach deputy allegedly did while his paperwork was being processed, according to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Demetrius Vidale, 24, was arrested Tuesday in connection with a shootout that took place at about 3 a.m. Monday near Tropicante Nightclub, according to the Miami Herald. Authorities accuse Vidale of shooting and robbing club-goer Jordan Harris, who is expected to recover. In addition, Vidale allegedly shot at Broward Sheriff’s deputy Derrick Nesbitt, who was responding to reports of gunshots. The deputy fired back but wasn’t injured, according to WSVN TV. Vidale managed to elude capture until the next day, when he was apprehended while driving in Fort Lauderdale. Now Vidale has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, armed robbery, obstructing a police officer executing a search warrant and driving with a revoked license, according to the criminal complaint. But it’s what Vidale allegedly did while in custody thats really raising a stink. When officers pulled over Vidale, they served him with a search warrant to get his DNA in order to match him to the crime scene. Vidale refused to let officers take his picture, fingerprints or DNA, claiming a judge had "no jurisdiction over him," according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel. However, while Vidales paperwork was being processed, he allegedly went into the bathroom and dumped a whole bunch of DNA ? or "defecation not appreciated" ? on the warrant, according to WSVN-TV. Vidale appeared in court on Wednesday where he chose to represent himself and to argue with the judge, the Sun- Sentinel reports. Jail records show Vidale remains behind bars at the Broward County Main Jail. Until he recognizes the jurisdiction of the judge, the judge cant grant him bail anyway. ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Chris Re: Value of Bat Dear Webby A friend is moving out of her home and came across this old bat she has had for years. It's numbered 'LL797' and is in great condition. Anyone know where to find out about such things for her? Thanks in advance, Chris Dear Chris I am more familiar with DOS bats than wooden ones. So, your friend has "bats in the attic" ? I wonder if you know what that phrase means around here ? All joking aside, the easiest way to find out if it is worth more than firewood, is to take a picture of it and post it on e-bay. If nobody bids on it, give it to a kid in exchange for mowing the lawn or weeding the driveway. Have FUN! DearWebby
Little Johnny wasn't very good at spelling. During an oral spelling exam, the teacher wrote the word "new" on the blackboard. "Now," she asked Johnny, "what word would we have if we placed a "K" in the front?" After a moment's reflection, Johnny smiled and belted out: "Canoe!"
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Daily tip from Peony Bushes Not Blooming By Frank [4 Posts, 20 Comments] If they are not setting buds then they are planted to deep. Peony need to be planted shallow. If you can see some of the root when planting that is ok. So you need to break up the roots and replant. You will probably have plants left over to give away. The earlier post is correct on the ants. Ants help them to bloom. Frank
Make sure the peonies have ants. They need them to produce flowers. As long as they have ants, they are as hardy as rhubarb. Mowing them in late summer also seems to help. Have FUN! DearWebby
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It was "sharing time" in a kindergarten full of bright children. The teacher was presiding over a discussion about the children's parents. One child said, "Well, my mother's a Catholic and my father's Jewish." "Oh, wow!" said another. "So what do you believe?" "I believe in everything," said the first child. "What do you mean 'everything'?" asked another child. "Well, you know," said the first child, "Jesus Christ, Moses, Snow White, the Tooth Fairy, Santa, the Easter Bunny, everything!"
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>From Don When we moved into our new home, the first one we owned rather than rented, two of my husband's friends gave him a bottle of champagne. In the hustle and bustle of getting settled, the gift was tucked away and temporarily forgotten. Three months later we held a Christening party for our third child. Champagne flowed in celebration until, running short, we remembered our housewarming gift. In front of our guests, I opened the attached card and read it aloud, "Donald, take good care of this one. This one is yours!"

Today, on May 23

1430 Joan of Arc was captured by Burgundians. She was then
sold to the English. 

1533 Henry VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon was declared
null and void. 

1618 The Thirty Years War began when three opponents of the
Reformation were thrown through a window. 

1701 In London, Captain William Kidd was hanged after being
convicted of murder and piracy. 

1785 Benjamin Franklin wrote in a letter that he had invented

1827 The first US nursery school was established in New York

1873 Canada's North West Mounted Police force was established.
The organization's name was changed to Royal Canadian Mounted
Police in 1920. 

1895 The New York Public Library was created with an agreement
that combined the city's existing Astor and Lenox libraries. 

1901 American forces captured Filipino rebel leader Emilio

1908 Part of the Great White Fleet arrived in Puget Sound, WA.

1915 During World War I, Italy switched sides and joined the

1926 The French captured the Moroccan Rif capital. 

1934 In Bienville Parish, LA, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow
were ambushed and killed by Texas Rangers. The bank robbers
were riding in a stolen Ford Deluxe. 

1937 Industrialist John D. Rockefeller died. 

1938 "LIFE" magazine’s cover pictured Errol Flynn as a glamour

1945 In Luneburg Germany, Heinrich Himmler, the head of the
Nazi Gestapo, committed suicide while imprisoned by the Allied

1949 The Republic of West Germany was established. 

1960 Israel announced the capture of Nazi Adolf Eichmann in

1981 In Barcelona, Spain, gunmen seized control of the Central
Bank and took 200 hostages. 

1985 Thomas Patrick Cavanagh was sentenced to life in prison
for trying to sell Stealth bomber secrets to the Soviet Union.

1995 The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City
was demolished. 

1998 British Protestants and Irish Catholics of Northern
Ireland approved a peace accord. 

1999 In Kansas City, MO, Owen Hart (Blue Blazer) died when he
fell 90 feet while being lowered into a WWF wrestling ring. He
was 33 years old. 

1999 Gerry Bloch, at age 81, became the oldest climber to
scale El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. He broke his own
record that he set in 1986 when he was 68 years old. 

2013 Google acquired Makani Power for use for its Project

2017  smiled.

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