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Todays Bonehead Award:
Arkansas man caught having sex with the 
neighbor's donkeys
Today, Aug 2 in
1492 Christopher Columbus left Palos, Spain with three ships.
The voyage led him to what is now known as the Americas. He
reached the Bahamas on October 12. 
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______________________________________________________ "Accept the challenges, so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory." --- General George S. Patton The human race is faced with a cruel choice: work or daytime television. --- Socratex ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ An American was golfing at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland. He slices his opening drive out of bounds onto the beach, so he tees another one up and smacks it right down the middle. The golfer turns to his old Scottish caddy and tells him that in America that is called a "Mulligan" and asks him if there is a name for it in Scotland. The caddy replies, "AYE, we call it a three." _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ A College student was proudly showing off his new apartment to a couple of his drinking buddies. When they made it to the bedroom, they saw a big brass gong next to the bed. "What's a big brass gong doing in your bedroom?" one of his friends asked. "It's not a gong. It's a talking clock," he replied. "A talking clock? Seriously?" askeds his astonished friend. "Yup," he replied. "How's it work?" the friend asked, squinting at it. "Watch," the drunk replied. He picked up the mallet, gave it an ear-shattering pound, and stepped back. The three stood looking at one another for a moment. Suddenly, someone on the other side of the wall screamed, "Quiet, you moron! It's three o'clock in the morning!" ______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ Reported by the Bausell Sailor An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Everett Lee Compton, Jr., 49, Siloam Springs, Arkansas Arkansas man arrested after repeatedly having sex with neighbor's donkey A man from Arkansas is being accused of allegedly buggering his neighbors’ donkeys. On Monday, this man landed himself behind bars for several charges. He allegedly trespassed on his neighbors’ property in order to sexually assault their donkeys. Everett Lee Compton, Jr., 49, has been arrested by Siloam Springs police. He is being charged with four counts of bestiality, four counts of criminal trespassing and four counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals. Emert and Joyce Whitaker set up a game camera because of repeatedly finding plastic bags on their property. The game camera showed them that a neighbor was putting the bags on their donkeys and having sex with them. They informed police about a man performing sexual acts on their donkey during the mornings of May 27th and June 4th. The couple had set up a game camera and has footage of the man and handed them over to authorities. The photos show the man placing a bag upon the head of one of the donkey, and later thrusting his pelvis into the animal. The Whitaker’s also captured this man allegedly performing illicit sexual acts on their donkeys on July 5th and 6th. In the photo, the suspect feeds a donkey from a bread bag while once having sex with the creature. At 1 A.M. on July 16th, the Whitaker’s called the police once again. They spotted the suspect in the field and began recording. This time, they captured footage of the suspect allegedly sexually assaulting their donkey. They described the incident as "some type of sexual interaction." A responding officer arrived on the scene and all egedly found the suspect hiding behind bushes. Compton claims that he was merely taking a walk. A police report obtained by Arkansas Online reports that officer questioned Compton about the donkeys, and the suspect replied that he had only fed the creatures carrots, but he did not have sex with them. Everett Lee Compton claims to not have had sexual relations with those donkeys. The responding officer told the suspect about the video footage taken from Whitaker's camera. Compton allegedly responded by casting the blame upon marijuana, claiming that the cannabis “makes him do sick things.” He has raked up multiple charges, including four counts of bestiality, four counts of criminal trespassing and four counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals. Compton remains in the Benton County Jail on $5,000 bond. His court date is set for September 11, 2017. _________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Dee Re: Clickbook Dear Webby, Dear Webby, Okay, just when I thought I had heard about all the programs .... What is 'ClickBook' ??? Dee Dear Dee ClickBook is a printer driver. You install that driver and all of a sudden you have an extra printer. When you print, you can choose it instead of your regular printer or fax. It just adds a whole lot more capabilities to your printer. When you click it, up pops a selector menu to choose a layout. Let's say you click on "Folded Half Size, 4 pages per sheet". (There are about 170 different layouts to choose from.) It prints the first side of all pages, and on top is a helper sheet that shows you how to put the stack back in for the back side. On my printer I simply take the stack, and without turning or flipping put it into the blank paper tray. Then you hit "Print Second Side" and it does that. Afterward you take the stack, fold it in half, bang some staples through the fold and your book is ready. Paperback book size, printed front and back, and all the pages in the right sequence. On a sheet you might have page 7 beside page 256, but when the stack is folded, the math has been done for you and all pages are sequenced properly. There are layouts for anything from CD sleeves to day-planner refills, store flyers, convention table "tents", restaurant menus, flip-down accounting ledgers, etc. Personally, I would be lost without it. Once upon a time, when I was young and beautiful, I used to be able to do that sort of thing by simply wasting an hour or two with a word processor, but I have turned into a spoiled, lazy old fart and forgot how to do it the hard way. Clickbook is not free. It's still only $50, but well worth it. You make that back the first time you print the programs and table tents for a wedding or club event. For printing eBooks 4 pages per sheet, nice and compact so that you can read it on today's narrow airplane seats, Clickbook is indispensable. instead of the long URL, the shortcut straight to it is Have FUN! DearWebby

>From RPC: Our local news anchor (picture a cute, bubbly cheerleader type) was commenting on the newest things allowed on airplanes. Among them were small scissors and screwdrivers. After the story was over, she looked at her co-anchor and said: "I don't know about you, but I've NEVER had a sudden urge to clip or screw ANYTHING on board an aircraft!" Her male co-anchor just looked at her and burst out laughing. LOL, needless to say they cut to commercial immediately!
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____________________________________________________ >From Bonnie: When our dryer broke, my husband set to work. He found the problem quickly and, since he needed to replace the belt, decided to repair a cracked knob and a broken hinge too. Upon arrival at the Sears parts counter, he said he needed a belt, knob, hinge, and a crescent-shaped wire he'd found inside the dryer. He didn't know where it belonged, but he confidently assured the clerk that he could figure it out once he got into the job. "I have the other parts," the clerk said, "but for the wire you have to go to Lingerie. This is an underwire from your wife's bra."

Today in
1735 Freedom of the press was established with an acquittal of
John Peter Zenger. The writer of the New York Weekly Journal had
been charged with seditious libel by the royal governor of New
York. The jury said that "the truth is not libelous." 

1753 George Washington became a Master Mason. 

1790 The Revenue Cutter Service was formed. This U.S. naval task
force was the beginning of the U.S. Coast Guard. 

1914 Britain declared war on Germany. The U.S. proclaimed its

1922 The death of Alexander Graham Bell, two days earlier, was
recognized by AT&T and the Bell Systems by shutting down all of
its switchboards and switching stations. The shutdown affected
13 million phones. 

1944 Nazi police raided a house in Amsterdam and arrested eight
people. Anne Frank, a teenager at the time, was one of the
people arrested. Her diary would be published after her death. 

1954 The uranium rush began in Saskatchewan, Canada. 

1956 William Herz became the first person to race a motorcycle
over 200 miles per hour. He was clocked at 210 mph. 

1957 Florence Chadwick set a world record by swimming the
English Channel in 6 hours and 7 minutes. 

1957 Juan Fangio won his final auto race and captured the world
auto driving championship. It was his the fifth consecutive year
to win. 

1958 The first potato flake plant was completed in Grand Forks,

1958 Billboard Magazine introduced its "Hot 100" chart, which
was part popularity and a barometer of the movement of potential
hits. The first number one song was Ricky Nelson's "Poor Little

1972 Arthur Bremer was found guilty of shooting George Wallace,
the governor of Alabama. Bremer was sentenced to 63 years in

1983 New York Yankee outfielder Dave Winfield threw a baseball
during warm-ups and accidentally killed a seagull. After the
game, Toronto police arrested him for "causing unnecessary
suffering to an animal." 

1984 Upper Volta, an African republic, changed its name to
Burkina Faso. 

1990 The European Community imposed an embargo on oil from Iraq
and Kuwait. This was done to protest the Iraqi invasion of the
oil-rich Kuwait. 

1991 The Oceanos, a Greek luxury liner, sank off of South
Africa's southeast coast. All of the 402 passengers and 179
crewmembers survived. 

1994 Yugoslavia withdrew its support for Bosnian Serbs. The
border between Yugoslavia and Serb-held Bosnia was sealed. 

1997 Teamsters began a 15-day strike against UPS (United Parcel
Service). The strikers eventually won an increase in full-time
positions and defeated a proposed reorganization of the
company's pension plan. 

2007 NASA's Phoenix spacecraft was launched on a space
exploration mission of Mars. The Phoenix lander descended on
Mars on May 25, 2008. 

2009 North Korean leader Kim Jong-il pardoned two American
journalists, who had been arrested and imprisoned for illegal
entry earlier in the year. 

2017  smiled.

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