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Today is Wednesday, June 28

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Todays Bonehead Award:
Woman charged in stabbing death of 
4-year-old daughter
 Boneheads
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Today, June 28 in
1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the heir to the
Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in Sarajevo along
with his wife, Duchess Sophie. When Austria sent troops there,
England decided to start WWI.
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______________________________________________________ Mustard's no good without roast beef. --- Chico Marx (1891 - 1961) Accomplishing the impossible means only that the boss will add it to your regular duties. --- Doug Larson Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence. --- Robert Frost No one goes there nowadays, it's too crowded. --- Yogi Berra ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Margaret was really peeved! She was arguing with the druggist because her favorite cure-all could not be bought without a prescription. "Look, lady. You can't have this without a prescription because it's a habit-forming drug." "IT IS NOT!" yelled Margaret! "I ought to know...I've been taking it regularly for seventeen years!" _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ >From Ellen After living in our house for four years, we were moving out of state. My husband had backed the truck up to our garage door so that we could start loading all of the boxes. Just then one of our neighbors came walking across the lawn carrying a plate full of muffins. "Isn't that thoughtful," my husband said to me. "They must have realized that we packed our kitchen stuff." The neighbor stuck out his hand and boomed, "Welcome to the neighborhood!" ______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Reported by the Bausell Sailor An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Laquita Lewis, 34, Houston, Texas Woman charged in stabbing death of 4-year-old daughter Officials say a woman has been charged with capital murder in the stabbing death of her 4-year-old daughter at a Houston apartment complex. Deputy Thomas Gilliland of the Harris County Sheriff's Office says 34-year-old Laquita Lewis texted family members Sunday, telling them she had hurt her child and apologizing. Gilliland says Lewis texted from the hospital, where she had been taken after being injured in a traffic accident. The relatives contacted the sheriff's office. When deputies arrived, they found Fredricka Allen dead at the apartment around 9 p.m. Authorities believe the girl was stabbed to death earlier in the day, reports CBS affiliate KHOU. Police say Lewis stabbed the girl multiple times in the chest and left her on the floor of the master bedroom, the station reports. Lewis is being held in the Harris County jail Monday. Jail records do not list an attorney to speak for her. Gilliland says deputies haven't determined why Lewis killed her daughter, though they believe she got into a fight with her boyfriend earlier Sunday. "There's not enough words to describe the horrible death of this child," Gilliland told KHOU. BLM ______________________________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Trevor Re: Big drive defragging Dear Webby, we got a new computer in the office with a 2 TB hard drive. How often should that drive be defragged? I'm afraid it will take a whole shift to do that. Trevor Dear Trevor Partition that drive. Either do it yourself, get a program like Partition-magic, or pay somebody to do it. Make one small 20 - 30 GB partition for Windows and the software, and use the rest for storing stuff. I imagine the reason for the huge drive is to store incoming faxes. If those are just viewed and printed but not annotated or edited, then they don't change in size and rarely need defragging. That way you can just quickly defrag the small partition where Windows keeps changing things. That should only take a few minutes. Then you can defrag the big partition over night. Have FUN! DearWebby
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An editor at CNN was busy slaving away at spicing up the copy that came in from reporters, so that there was adequate blood and gore to attract viewers, and enough anti government slant to satisfy Soros, Hillary and the union, when a suit walked in and threw a folder on his desk with the remark: "Today, three Brazilian soldiers were killed in an accident." "Oh no!" exclaimed the editor, "that's terrible!" People at nearby desks sat stunned at this display of emotion, nervously watching as the editor sat, head in hands. Finally, the editor looked up and asked, "How many is a Brazillion?!"
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____________________________________________________ For Air Defense artillerymen, the Annual Service Practice is an important event as it's the only time they're permitted to fire live missiles. It draws not only the inspectors, but also several dignitaries. As the safety officer during one such event, I was in the control tower along with our executive officer. The exec was explaining the day's activities by the public-address system to visitors who were in a safe viewing area. Suddenly, on the firing line, a soldier lit up a cigarette. Before I can react, the exec grabbed the microphone and screamed: "PUT OUT THAT F@#$%& CIGARETTE!" Two generals, a Congressman, and the local mayor obediently responded.
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Today, on June 28, in
1635 The French colony of Guadeloupe was established in the
Caribbean. 

1675 Frederick William of Brandenburg crushed the Swedes. 

1709 The Russians defeated the Swedes and Cossacks at the
Battle of Poltava. 

1776 American Colonists repulsed a British sea attack on
Charleston, SC. 

1778 Mary "Molly Pitcher" Hays McCauley, wife of an American
artilleryman, carried water to the soldiers during the Battle
of Monmouth and, supposedly, took her husband's place at his
gun after he was overcome with heat. 

1894 The U.S. Congress made Labor Day a U.S. national holiday.


1902 The U.S. Congress passed the Spooner bill, it authorized
a canal to be built across the isthmus of Panama. 

1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the heir to the
Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in Sarajevo along
with his wife, Duchess Sophie. When Austria sent troops there,
England decided to start WWI.

1919 The Treaty of Versailles was signed ending World War I
exactly five years after it began. The treaty also established
the League of Nations. 

1921 A coal strike in Great Britain was settled after three
months. 

1930 More than 1,000 communists were routed during an assault
on the British consulate in London. 

1939 Pan American Airways began the first transatlantic
passenger service. 

1942 German troops launched an offensive to seize Soviet oil
fields in the Caucasus and the city of Stalingrad. 

1945 U.S. General Douglas MacArthur announced the end of
Japanese resistance in the Philippines. 

1949 The last U.S. combat troops were called home from Korea,
leaving only 500 advisers. 

1950 North Korean forces captured Seoul, South Korea. 

1954 French troops began to pull out of Vietnamís Tonkin
Province. 

1960 In Cuba, Fidel Castro confiscated American-owned oil
refineries without compensation. 

1964 Malcolm X founded the Organization for Afro American
Unity to seek independence for blacks in the Western
Hemisphere. 

1965 The first commercial satellite began communications
service. It was Early Bird (Intelsat I). 

1967 Israel formally declared Jerusalem reunified under its
sovereignty following its capture of the Arab sector in the
June 1967 war.

1971 The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the draft evasion
conviction of Muhammad Ali. 

1972 U.S. President Nixon announced that no new draftees would
be sent to Vietnam. 

1976 The first women entered the U.S. Air Force Academy. 

1978 The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the medical school at the
University of California at Davis to admit Allan Bakke. Bakke,
a white man, argued he had been a victim of reverse racial
discrimination. 

1996 The Citadel voted to admit women, ending a 153-year-old
men-only policy at the South Carolina military school. 

1997 Mike Tyson was disqualified for biting Evander
Holyfield's ear after three rounds of their WBA heavyweight
title fight in Las Vegas, NV. 

1998 Poland, due to shortage of funds, is allowed to lease
U.S. aircraft to bring military force up to NATO standards. 

2000 The U.S. Supreme Court declared that a Nebraska law that
outlawed "partial birth abortions" was unconstitutional. About
30 U.S. states had similar laws at the time of the ruling. 

2001 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
Circuit set aside an order that would break up Microsoft for
antitrust violations. However, the judges did agree that the
company was in violation of antitrust laws. 

2004 The U.S. turned over official sovereignty to Iraq's
interim leadership. The event took place two days earlier than
previously announced to thwart insurgents' attempts at
undermining the transfer. 

2004 The U.S. resumed diplomatic ties with Libya after a 24-
year break. 

2004 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that enemy combatants could
challenge their detention in U.S. Courts. 

2005 The final design for the "Freedom Tower" (One World Trade
Center) was formally unveiled. 

2007 The American bald eagle was removed from the endangered
species list. 

2010 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that Americans have the
right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live. 

2017  smiled.


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