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Today is Saturday, April 28

Will rogers's famous quote:"there's no trick to being a humorist
when you have the whole government working for you.", is obsolete.
The left wing alone is mopre than enough.

The official witch hunt is winding down and as stale as obama's fake
birth certificate, so now broom hilda's hog claims that putin is
funding the nra. 

He might be a good hypnotist and some day follow in al gore's and
obama's footsteps, but right now one wonders what the hell is that
kid smoking! Whatever it is, it should be illegal, if it isn't
already. 

Putin is not, I repat, not, interested in an armed america.
It's not that he plans to attack and take alaska back, he is
concerned about his peons wanting to be as armed as the americans.

While putin might have joked over a beer or two about messing with
elections and encouraging assange to release broom hilda's dirty
laundry, same as most likely some of trump's downliners did, none of
them actually did anything about it.

The way broom hilda was messing up, they did not have to do
anything.

Sure, putin needs trump to make america great again, not broom hilda
causing a depression. Putin wants a cold war with a worthy and
credible oponent in order to scare his tax payers, not a whiny
socialist that the rest of the world snickers about. Luckily she put
her feet into her mouth often enough, and the people were fed up
with the lame stream media and voted against the media. 

The same happened in the gore/bush race. The lame stream media
predicted that the socialist hypnotist would win by a big margin.
Well, the people were fed up with that and voted against the media.
So bubba, the cowboy with the classy wife, got into the white house.

This time we have archie bunker jr with the classy wife.
It is good to see her in there and at functions!

Have FUN!
Dearwebby

Todays Bonehead Award:
Florida woman accused of reckless driving, 
DUI in interstate construction zone
Bonehead
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Today, April 28 in
1686 The first volume of Isaac Newton's "Principia Mathamatic" was
published. Old math is based on that. New math is based on raving
lunacy.
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Today, April 28 in
0357 Constantius II visited Rome for the first time. 

1282 Villagers in Palermo led a revolt against French rule in
Sicily. 

1635 Virginia Governor John Harvey was accused of treason and
removed from office. 

1686 The first volume of Isaac Newton's "Principia Mathamatic" was
published. Old math is based on that. New math is based on raving
lunacy.

1788 Maryland became the seventh state to ratify the U.S.
constitution. 

1789 A mutiny on the British ship Bounty took place when a rebel
crew took the ship and set sail to Pitcairn Island. The mutineers
left Captain W. Bligh and 18 sailors adrift. 

1818 U.S. President James Monroe proclaimed naval disarmament on the
Great Lakes and Lake Champlain. 

1896 The Addressograph was patented by J.S. Duncan. 

1902 A revolution broke out in the Dominican Republic. 

1910 First night air flight was performed by Claude Grahame-White in
England. 

1914 W.H. Carrier patented the design of his air conditioner. 

1916 The British declared martial law throughout Ireland. 

1919 The League of Nations was founded. 

1920 Azerbaijan joined the USSR. 

1923 The British Empire Exhibition Stadium (or Empire Stadium)
opened to the public. 

1930 The first organized night baseball game was played in
Independence, Kansas. 

1932 The yellow fever vaccine for humans was announced. 

1937 The first animated-cartoon electric sign was displayed on a
building on Broadway in New York City. It was created by Douglas
Leight. 

1945 Benito Mussolini and his mistress Clara Petacci were executed
by Italian partisans as they attempted to flee the country. 

1946 The Allies indicted Tojo with 55 counts of war crimes. 

1947 Norwegian anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl and five others set out
in a balsa wood craft known as Kon Tiki to prove that Peruvian
Indians could have settled in Polynesia. The trip began in Peru and
took 101 days to complete the crossing of the Pacific Ocean. 

1952 The U.S. occupation of Japan officially ended when a treaty
with the U.S. and 47 other countries went into effect. 

1953 French troops evacuated northern Laos. 

1962 In the Sahara Desert of Algeria, a team led by Red Adair used
explosives to put out the well fire known as the Devil's Cigarette
Lighter. The fire was caused by a pipe rupture on November 6, 1961. 

1965 The U.S. Army and Marines invaded the Dominican Republic to
evacuate Americans. 

1967 Muhammad Ali refused induction into the U.S. Army and was
stripped of boxing title. He cited religious grounds for his
refusal. 

1969 Charles de Gaulle resigned as president of France. 

1977 Christopher Boyce was convicted of selling U.S. secrets. 

1985 The largest sand castle in the world was completed near St.
Petersburg, FL. It was four stories tall. 

1988 In Maui, HI, one flight attendant was killed when the fuselage
of a Boeing 737 ripped open in mid-flight. 

1989 Mobil announced that they were divesting from South Africa
because congressional restrictions were too costly. 

1994 Former CIA official Aldrich Ames, who had given U.S. secrets to
the Soviet Union and then Russia, pled guilty to espionage and tax
evasion. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole. 

1996 U.S. President Clinton gave a 4 1/2 hour videotaped testimony
as a defense witness in the criminal trial of his former Whitewater
business partners. 

1997 A worldwide treaty to ban chemical weapons took effect. Russia
and other countries such as Iraq and North Korea did not sign. 

1999 The U.S. House of Representatives rejected (on a tie vote of
213-213) a measure expressing support for NATO's five-week-old air
campaign in Yugoslavia. The House also voted to limit the
president's authority to use ground forces in Yugoslavia. 

2001 A Russian rocket launched from Central Asia with the first
space tourist aboard. The crew consisted of California businessman
Dennis Tito and two cosmonauts. The destination was the
international space station. 

2008 India set a world record when it sent 10 satellites into orbit
from a single launch. 

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