Partitioning an add on drive 

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Today is Thursday, September 7

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Some interesting stats:
Source: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
In 2017 there were 211,264 DACA applications by March 31.
Application for renewal, which requires that the applicant
have no crimina record and is either working or studying,
were only 35,586 (16%)

That means 175,687 (83%) either had acquired a criminal
record, were busy trying to get free room and board in some
jail, or were busy demonstrating and looting with one of
the many Hilarite groups and had no time to work or study.

You definitely can't blame that dismal 16% record on Trump.
Time to end that BS.

Todays Bonehead Award:
Florida driver more than 4 times over the limit
Today, Sept 7 in
1812 Napoleon defeated the Russian army of Alexander I at
the battle of Borodino. 
See More of what happened on this day in history.
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______________________________________________________ Interestingly, according to modern astronomers, space is finite. This is a very comforting thought-- particularly for people who can never remember where they have left things. --- Woody Allen (1935 - ) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ The store's policy on returns was prominently posted at every register as well as throughout the store. Every receipt also had the same information. A store credit would be given on all returns, but there were no cash refunds. The clerk explained this policy to a grouchy customer, and the woman blew up at the clerk, finally demanding the name of the President and his address. The clerk quickly replied, "George W. Bush, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC." The woman promptly wrote this information down and stuffed it into her purse. "He will hear from ME!" she announced as she stormed out of the store. After she was gone, leaving her most likely shoplifted merchandise behind, the clerk shrugged and said: "She didn't say the CURRENT president". _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ A young lady was dating two men, a dairy farmer and a poet. She had trouble deciding if she should marry for butter or for verse. ______________________________________________________ Joe is not dead. He is just lost in one of Amazon's 80,000 warehouses. _____________________________________________________
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Brittany Sharp, 25, Fort Myers, Florida Florida woman stops drunk driver the hard way Three women in Florida put themselves in harm’s way for the sake of others when they made an alleged DUI driver crash into their vehicle. Suzzette Williams, Angelina Powell and an unidentified woman took matters into their own hands after spotting a motorist — who police later identified as 25-year-old Brittany Sharp — driving erratically near North Fort Myers on Sunday afternoon, per multiple outlets. Williams, who was driving a Nissan Sentra, trailed Sharp’s white Chevrolet Cavalier as Sharp allegedly weaved between lanes, hit curbs and then joined Interstate 75, per WBBH. One of Williams’ passengers remained in telephone contact with the police, while the other broadcast the pursuit over Facebook Live. Williams then overtook Sharp, pulled her own vehicle in front of the Chevrolet and slammed on the brakes. It forced Sharp to rear-end Williams’ car, but brought her to a complete stop. Considering how many cops you normally see on the roads in Fort Myers, and how fast they travel, it must have been their lunch time. Usually they are very fast. Florida Highway troopers eventually arrived on the scene and took Sharp, who had minor injuries, for treatment at Fort Myers’ Lee Memorial Hospital. Sharp, from Cape Coral, was charged with driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and careless driving. She remains in custody without bond at Lee County Jail, per The News-Press, and is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 18. Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Greg Bueno praised the women for calling 911, but didn’t recommend that others follow their example in stopping a driver “like this on their own.” _________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Leon Re: Partitioning a Hard Drive Dear Webby, I recently purchased a new computer with a large ( 1 TB) hard drive. I remember you recommending partitioning hard drives. Everything I read about partitioning states you have to format the drives after partitioning. Does that mean all drives or just the new ones. Will I have to reload what is now on the C drive or will it not be affected? Thanks, I really enjoy your humor letter, Leon Dear Leon Yes, a new partition is like a new drive stuffed into the machine, and has to be partitioned. That is not a big deal, since it doesn't have anything on it yet. The partitioning software has a formatting option for that. It won't mess with the C: drive, just add additional drives. The D: letter is normally reserved for the cD/Dvd, all other letters are still available. No, you won't have to reload anything. It just squishes what you got onto a corner of the C: drive. Once the creation and formatting of the new drives is complete, you can drag all the Prayers to the P: drive and all the Sermons to the S: drive. Have FUN! DearWebby

From Connie R Hi Webby, Happiness is reading your newsletter each morning and starting my day with laughter. Thanks for sharing and spreading so much joy in a world that has so many things going wrong. Keep up the good work. Connie
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Daily tip from Ghost Light By Rachel's Mom [277 Posts, 86 Comments] This holiday craft was created by recycling a terra cotta tray and frosted light globe. It would make a great Halloween centerpiece! By Rachel's Mom [277 Posts, 86 Comments] Guide Making a Ghost Light This holiday craft was created by recycling a terra cotta tray and frosted light globe. It would make a great Halloween centerpiece! Approximate Time: about 25 minutes Supplies: 8 inch terra cotta tray frosted light globe black acrylic paint paint brush pencil votive candle Instructions: Paint the terra cotta tray using black acrylic paint and set aside to dry. Use a pencil to draw eyes and mouth onto the globe to resemble a ghost. Fill in these areas with black acrylic paint. Place a votive candle or battery-powered candle in center of tray, and place globe on top. I would highly recommend to use a $1 solar light from the Dollar Store. Some kid is bound to grab the globe, and start a big howl and toss the globe, if the globe is heated by a candle. You can even get solar lights, that change color. If you can't afford a solar light, glue sugar cube size pebbles at the bottom of the globe to ensure plenty of air flow to cool the globe. Flour and water glue is plenty good enough. If you use a solar light, you can fake the globe with wax paper and get right creative! When a kid smashes it, you got a brand new ghost! Have FUN! DearWeby ____________________________________________________
when you drop your cymbals during the national anthem
____________________________________________________ >Thanks to Julie for this one: There's a new virus about. It is called C-Nile. Even the most advanced programs from Norton or McAfee cannot take care of it so be warned. It appears to mostly affect those who were born before 1960. Symptoms of C-Nile Virus: 1. Causes you to send same e-mail twice 2. Causes you to send blank e-mail 3. Causes you to send to wrong person 4. Causes you to send back to person who sent it to you 5. Causes you to forget to attach the attachment 6. Causes you to hit "SEND" before you've finished the ___________________________________________________
Here are "life hacks" from 100 years ago. I wonder if these cards are as valuable as old baseball cards?
___________________________________________________ >Thanks to Hunny for this one: In my job with a credit union, I often run across accounts that are protected by password. The credit-union member, when withdrawing funds, must produce identification and then give the password to the teller. Recently, when I asked a woman for her password, she sighed, rolled her eyes and replied, "Save." I was puzzled until she explained, "My husband used that password so I'd have to say it every time I make a withdrawal."
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____________________________________________________ A man went to his lawyer and stated, "I would like to make a will but I don't know exactly how to go about it." The lawyer said, "No problem, leave it all to me." The man looked somewhat upset as he said, "Well, I knew you were going to take the biggest slice, but I'd like to leave a little to my children, too!" ____________________________________________________

Today, Sept 7, in 
1812 Napoleon defeated the Russian army of Alexander I at
the battle of Borodino. 

1813 The nickname "Uncle Sam" was first used as a symbolic
reference to the United States. The reference appeared in an
editorial in the New York's Troy Post. 

1822 Brazil declared its independence from Portugal. 

1880 George Ligowsky was granted a patent for his device
that threw clay pigeons for trapshooters. 

1888 Edith Eleanor McLean became the first baby to be placed
in an incubator. 

1896 A.H. Whiting won the first automobile race held on a
racetrack. The race was held in Cranston, RI. 

1901 China and the Eight-Nation Alliance signed the Boxer
Protocol ending the Boxer Rebellion (Boxer Uprising,
Yihequan Movement, Anti-Foreign Trade Movement). 

1915 Johnny Gruelle received a patent for his Raggedy Ann
doll. (U.S. Patent D47789) 

1921 Margaret Gorman of Washington, DC, was crowned the
first Miss America in Atlantic City, NJ. 

1927 Philo T. Farnsworth succeeded in transmitting an image
through purely electronic means by using an image dissector.

1930 The cartoon "Blondie" made its first appearance in the
comic strips. 

1940 London received its initial rain of bombs from Nazi
Germany during World War II in retaliation for England's
turning Germany's re-annexation of the western part of
Poland into WWII. 

1942 During World War II, the Russian army counter attacked
the German troops outside the city of Stalingrad. 

1971 "The Beverly Hillbillies" was seen for the final time
on CBS-TV. 

1977 The Panama Canal treaties were signed by U.S. President
Carter and General Omar Torrijos Herrera. The treaties
called for the U.S. to turn over control of the canal's
waterway to Panama in the year 2000. 

1979 ESPN, the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network,
made its debut on cable TV. 

1983 In Ireland, voters approved a constitutional ammendment
that banned abortion. 

1984 American Express Co. issued the first of its Platinum
charge cards. 

1986 President Augusto Pinochet survived an assassination
attempt made by guerrillas. 

1986 Desmond Tutu was the first black to be installed to
lead the Anglican Church in southern Africa. 

1987 Erich Honecker became the first East German head of
state to visit West Germany. 

1989 Legislation was approved by the U.S. Senate that
prohibited discrimination against the handicapped in
employment, public accommodations, transportation and

1999 Viacom Inc. announced that it had plans to buy CBS

2017  smiled.

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