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Todays Bonehead Award:
Florida man scares 16-year-old driver 
on Shands Bridge
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1759 The French formally surrendered Quebec to the British. 
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______________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by William Larry Bennett, 24, St. Augustine, Floriduh Florida man scares 16-year-old driver on Shands Bridge A St. Augustine man is in the St. Johns County Jail after he reportedly struck a newly-licensed driver's car multiple times on the Shands Bridge. William Larry Bennett, 24, tailgated three people riding in a 2010 Toyota Highlander because they were driving too slowly, deputies said. The driver was only 16 years old, the report said. Bennett's 2003 Dodge truck hit the victims three times, the report said, causing the teen driver to fear being pushed off the bridge. Bennett honked his horn, made hand gestures and yelled at the teen driver, the report said. A passing motorist saw the actions and tailed Bennett, but Bennett stopped his vehicle and confronted the witness before driving off in an erratic manner, the report said. Bennett is being held on three counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and leaving the scene of a crash. _________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Rosemarie Re: Where do I find CrapCleaner Dear Webby, Where do I find CrapCleaner? Rosemarie Dear Rosemarie Look in the right side menu. If you are molesting a phone, you might have to scroll sideways to see the side menu. Crap Cleaner is just below MailWasher. Have FUN! DearWebby

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Today, Sept 18, in 
1759 The French formally surrendered Quebec to the British. 

1769 It was reported, by the Boston Gazette, that the first
piano had been built in North America. The instrument was
named the spinet and was made by John Harris. 

1789 Alexander Hamilton negotiated and secured the first
loan for the United States. The Temporary Loan of 1789 was
repaid on June 8, 1790 at the sum of $19,608.81. 

1793 U.S. President George Washington laid the actual
cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol. 

1810 Chile declared its independence from Spain. 

1830 The "Tom Thumb", the first locomotive built in America,
raced a horse on a nine-mile course. The horse won when the
locomotive had some mechanical difficulties. 

1850 The Fugitive Slave Act was declared by the U.S.
Congress. The act allowed slave owners to claim slaves that
had escaped into other states. 

1891 Harriet Maxwell Converse became the first white woman
to ever be named chief of an Indian tribe. The tribe was the
Six Nations Tribe at Towanda Reservation in New York. 

1895 Daniel David Palmer gave the first chiropractic

1927 Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System made its debut
with its network broadcast over 16 radio stations. The name
was later changed to CBS. 

1940 "You Can't Go Home Again" by Thomas Wolfe was published
by Harper and Brothers. 

1946 Mound Metalcraft was founded in Mound, MN. On November
23, 1955, the company changed its name to Tonka Toys

1947 The United States Air Force was established as a
separate military branch by the National Security Act. 

1965 The first episode of "I Dream of Jeannie" was shown on
NBC-TV. The last show was televised on September 1, 1970. 

1984 The 39th session of the U.N. General Assembly was
opened with an appeal to the U.S. and Soviet Union to resume
arms negotiations. 

1991 U.S. President George H.W. Bush said that he would send
warplanes to escort U.N. helicopters that were searching for
hidden Iraqi weapons if it became necessary. 

1994 Haiti's military leaders agreed to depart on October
15th. This action averted a U.S.-led invasion to force them
out of power. 

1997 Ted Turner, U.S. Media magnate, announced that over the
next ten years he would give $1 billion to the United

1998 The FDA approved a once-a-day easier-to-swallow
medication for AIDS patients.

2017  smiled.

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