Mutiple panes for file explorer 




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Todays Bonehead Award:
7-year sentence for killer in case with 
Facebook selfie evidence


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Today, January 24 in
1848 James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at 
Sutter's Mill in northern California. The discovery led 
to the gold rush of '49.  
See More of what happened on this day in history.
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______________________________________________________ Humans are not proud of their ancestors, and rarely invite them round to dinner. --- Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from a religious conviction. --- Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662) ______________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ An elderly parish priest was tending his garden near a convent when a passerby stopped to inquire after the priest's much-loved roses. "Not bad," said the priest, "but they suffer from a disease peculiar to this area known as the black death." "What on earth is that?" asked the passerby, anxious to increase his garden knowledge. "Nuns with scissors." ______________________________________________________ World War III. The US has succeeded in building a computer able to solve any strategic or tactical problem. Military leaders are assembled in front of the new machine and instructed to feed a difficult tactical problem into it. They describe a hypothetical situation to the computer and then ask the pivotal question: ATTACK OR RETREAT? The computer hums away for an hour and then comes up with the answer: YES. The generals look at each other, somewhat stupefied. Finally one of them submits a second request to the computer: YES WHAT? Instantly the computer responded: YES SIR! _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________ Because of an ear infection, Little Johnny, had to go to the pediatrician. The doctor directed his comments and questions to Little Johnny in a professional manner. When he asked Little Johnny, "Is there anything you are allergic to?" Little Johnny nodded and whispered in his ear. Smiling, the pediatrician wrote out a prescription and handed it to Little Johnny's mother. She tucked it into her purse without looking at it. As the pharmacist filled the order, he remarked on the unusual food-drug interaction Little Johnny must have. Little Johnny's mother looked puzzled until he showed her the label on the bottle. As per the doctor's instructions, it read, "Do not take with broccoli." _____________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 7-year sentence for killer in case with Facebook selfie evidence Saskatoon police say a Facebook selfie was instrumental in a murder investigation that ended in a guilty plea and a seven- year prison sentence for the killer. On Monday morning, 21-year-old Cheyenne Rose Antoine pleaded guilty to killing 18-year-old Brittney Gargol, who was discovered fatally injured on a road near the Saskatoon landfill two years ago. Antoine says Gargol was her best friend and they had been out drinking on the night of her death and got into an argument. Antoine says she doesn't remember strangling her friend to death, but doesn't dispute that she killed her. Antoine was initially charged with second-degree murder, but pleaded guilty to manslaughter inside a Saskatoon courtroom. She was sentenced to seven years behind bars — a joint submission request from the Crown and defence — early Monday afternoon. In court, Crown prosecutor Robin Ritter outlined a complicated investigation that took nearly two years to complete. One key piece of evidence was a belt, believed to be the murder weapon, that was found lying by Gargol's body. A selfie on Facebook, posted hours before Gargol's body was found, showed Antoine wearing that same belt, which ultimately made her a suspect in the crime. Police used more Facebook posts to develop a timeline of Antoine and Gargol's movements on the night of Gargol's death. "It's quite remarkable how the police developed this information," said Ritter. The prosecutor said Antoine also used social media to lead police on a wild goose chase. Several hours after Gargol's death, the accused posted on Facebook, asking where Brittney was. She also told police the pair went to several bars, and Gargol eventually met an unknown man and they left together. Police were able to poke holes in Antoine's story that the pair went to the Colonial Pub and Grill after reviewing security tape evidence that showed they were never at the bar. Ultimately, a tip led police to a witness, who said Antoine confessed to the killing that night. After getting drunk, Antoine told the friend that she hit Gargol and strangled her. She showed up at her friend's house, and hysterically confessed to how she had hurt her friend. Ultimately, she told a friend she killed Gargol after getting into a fight. "No doubt this young women has issues...and because of those issues she is dangerous," said Ritter. _________________________________ Tech Support Pits From: Eileen Re: Multiple file explorer panes Dear Webby, You explained once how to trick Windows into showing more than one pane in the file explorer. I know, I can have more than one file explorer open, but your system, which I had on my last computer, is a lot easier and takes less screen space. Unfortunately I forgot how to set that up, but I desperately need it now for a major sorting job. Eileen Dear Eileen Here is the way I set it up: Open a file explorer and browse to the root of C:\ Drag the little icon from the left of the address bar to the left bottom of the desktop. That's your masterkey for all file managing. In the file explorer, click on TOOLS, FOLDER OPTIONS Select Classic Folders and Open each folder in the same window. Hit Apply and then OK. Now you have a little icon on the top for Folders Click that and the explorer will split, showing the folders in the left pane, and the files of the highlighted folder in the right pane. Once you have highlighted a folder on the left, you can slide it out of sight and even line up totally different drives. Don't click folders or drives on the left, just the plus signs in front of them, if you want them to expand. Once you have the destination folders in view on the left, for example PIX, MUSIC, MOVIES, PPS on your external back-up drive, you can drag files or groups of files from the right side to their destination on the left. Have FUN! DearWebby

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Today, January 24, in
1848 James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at Sutter's
Mill in northern California. The discovery led to the gold rush
of '49. 

1899 Humphrey O’Sullivan patented the rubber heel. 

1908 In England, the first Boy Scout troop was organized by
Robert Baden-Powell. 

1916 Conscription was introduced in Britain. 

1922 Christian K. Nelson patented the Eskimo Pie. 

1924 The Russian city of St. Petersburg was renamed Leningrad.
The name has since been changed back to St. Petersburg. 

1930 Primo Carnera made his American boxing debut by knocking
out Big Boy Patterson in one minute, ten seconds of the opening
round. 

1935 Krueger Brewing Company placed the first canned beer on
sale in Richmond, VA. 

1942 "Abie’s Irish Rose" was first heard on NBC radio. 

1943 U.S. President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister
Churchill concluded a wartime conference in Casablanca,
Morocco. 

1952 Vincent Massey was the first Canadian to be appointed
governor-general of Canada. 

1964 CBS-TV acquired the rights to televise the National
Football League’s 1964-1965 regular season. The move cost CBS
$14.1 million a year. The NFL stayed on CBS for 30 years. 

1965 Winston Churchill died at the age of 90. 

1972 The U.S. Supreme Court struck down laws that denied
welfare benefits to people who had resided in a state for less
than a year. 

1978 A nuclear-powered Soviet satellite plunged through Earth's
atmosphere and disintegrated. The radioactive debris was
scattered over parts of Canada's Northwest Territory. 

1980 The United States announced intentions to sell arms to
China. 

1985 Penny Harrington became the first woman police chief of a
major city. She assumed the duties as head of the Portland,
Oregon, force of 940 officers and staff. 

1986 The Voyager 2 space probe flew past Uranus. The probe came
within 50,679 miles of the seventh planet of the solar system. 

1987 In Lebanon, gunmen kidnapped educators Alann Steen, Jesse
Turner, Robert Polhill and Mitheleshwar Singh. They were all
later released. 

1989 Ted Bundy, the confessed serial killer, was put to death
in Florida's electric chair for the 1978 kidnap-murder of 12-
year-old Kimberly Leach. 

1990 Japan launched the first probe to be sent to the Moon
since 1976. A satellite was placed in lunar orbit. 

1996 Polish Premier Jozef Oleksy resigned due to allegations
that he had spied for Moscow. 

2000 The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Missouri law that limited
the contributions that individuals could donate to a candidate
during a single election. 

2001 In Colorado Springs, CO, Patrick Murphy Jr. and Donald
Newbury were taken into custody after a 5-minute phone
interview was granted with a TV station. They were the
remaining fugitives of the "Texas 7." 

2002 The U.S. Congress began a hearing on the collapse of Enron
Corp. 

2002 John Walker Lindh appeared in court for the first time
concerning the charges that he conspired to kill Americans
abroad and aided terrorist groups. Lindh had been taken into
custody by U.S. Marines in Afghanistan. 

2003 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security began operations
under Tom Ridge.

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