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Todays Bonehead Award:
Lingerie purchases lead to Apple employee's 
prison term in $243 K embezzlement case
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Today, June 4 in
1783 A hot-air balloon was demonstrated by Joseph and Jacques
Montgolfier. It reached a height of 1,500 feet. They used a coal
stove to produce the necessary heat.

More of today in history at HIstory
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_____________________________________________________ While driving through Buffalo after a heavy post-season Global Warming snow storm, a motorist noted a cop, apparently waist deep in snow, directing traffic. Feeling sorry for him, the motorist called out "I'm sorry you have to work half buried in the snow." The cop called back "Don't feel sorry for me, feel sorry for my Harley!" ____________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Toni Ann Branca, 42, Livingston, N.J. Lingerie purchases lead to Apple employee's prison term in $243 K embezzlement case Toni Ann Branca, 42, was sentenced to three years in prison for using an Apple company credit card for personal spending. Authorities in New Jersey said Toni Ann Branca, 42, was sentenced Friday to three years in a state prison. She had pleaded guilty in January to a second-degree theft by deception charge, Law360 reported. The former administrative assistant for Apple used a company credit card to make purchases at the lingerie retailer and at Gucci and Louis Vuitton shops, authorities said. But it was the Victoria’s Secret purchases that Apple discovered first, leading to her undoing, NJ.com reported. Branca, of Livingston, N.J., worked mostly from home, handling scheduling and travel arrangements for other Apple employees, the report said, and she was issued an American Express card for making purchases related to her job. Investigators found that she submitted duplicate requests for reimbursement, to be paid straight to her bank account, and used the duplicate payments for her personal spending. A review found that Branca racked up $110,000 in retail spending, the Philadelphia Voice reported, and paid back $95,000 prior to her sentencing. “Branca went on a lavish shopping spree at the expense of her employer, but ultimately she bought herself a state prison term," said Veronica Allende, director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice.
Tech Support Pits From: Betty Re: Restoring accidentally trashed mail Dear Webby, I have Mailwasher and have tried to restore some email recently for the first time and cannot get it to restore. Can you help me. I get the message that the restored mail is being sent to *******@sbcglobal.net. Then I get an error message that the connection to the in coming server was reset, check the Internet connection, which I did and it seemed ok to me. What do I need to do to correct the problem. Thank you, Betty Dear Betty In MailWasher hit Tools Accounts Properties Bouncing and outgoing mail In there set the SMTP Server Name to the same as the SMTP Server Name in your mail program. Then mailWasher can send the downloaded portion of the restored mail to you. If you set the download to the minimum (200 lines), then that is all that you will get. However, that is usually enough to write to the sender and ask for a re-send, IF the mail is important enough. Have FUN DearWebby
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After waiting more than an hour and a half for her date, the young lady decided she had been stood up. She changed from her dinner dress into pajamas and slippers, fixed some popcorn and resigned herself to an evening of TV. No sooner had she flopped down in front of the TV than her door bell rang. There stood her date. He took one look at her and gasped, "I'm two hours late--and you're still not ready?"
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Two Irish farmers bought a truckload of watermelons, paying one dollar apiece for them. Then they drove to the market and sold all their melons for the SAME price ($1) they'd paid for them. After counting their money at the end of the day, they realize they'd ended up with no more money than they'd started with. "See!" said one. "I told you we shoulda rented a bigger truck." ____________________________________________________ Daily tip from Thriftyfun.com Dishwasher Energy Savings Run your dishwasher only when it is full and use energy saver settings (no heat for drying). If you have an old dishwasher, turn it off before the dry cycle. Open up the door and let the dishes air dry. It will save a lot on electricity. Tip provided by Thriftyfun.com ____________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________ Thanks to Cookie for this story: An authority on African animals was giving a lecture. When he finished, he asked for questions. One man stood up and asked, "Is it true that the wild animals in Africa won't bother you if you carry a lighted torch?" The speaker replied, "That depends on how fast you carry it." ___________________________________________________
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____________________________________________________ An elderly woman from Brooklyn decided to prepare her will. She told her rabbi she had two final requests. First, she wanted to be cremated, and second, she wanted her ashes scattered over Walmart. "Walmart!" The rabbi exclaimed, "Why Walmart?" "Then I'll be sure my daughters visit me twice a week." ____________________________________________________

Today, June 4 in
1615 The fortress of Osaka, Japan, fell to Shogun Ieyasu after a
six month siege. 

1647 The British army seized King Charles I and held him as a
hostage. 

1674 Horse racing was prohibited in Massachusetts. 

1783 A hot-air balloon was demonstrated by Joseph and Jacques
Montgolfier. It reached a height of 1,500 feet. They used a coal
stove to produce the necessary heat.

1784 Marie Thible became the first woman to fly in a hot-air
balloon. The flight was 45 minutes long and reached a height of
8,500 feet. 

1792 Captain George Vancouver claimed Puget Sound for Britain. 

1794 British troops captured Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 

1805 Tripoli was forced to conclude peace with U.S. after conflicts
over tribute. 

1812 The Louisiana Territory had its name changed to the Missouri
Territory. 

1816 The Washington was launched at Wheeling, WV. It was the first
stately, double-decker steamboat. 

1878 Turkey turned Cyprus over to Britain. 

1892 The Sierra Club was incorporated in San Francisco. 

1896 Henry Ford made a successful test drive of his new car in
Detroit, MI. He called the vehicle called a "Quadricycle." 

1911 Gold was discovered in Alaska's Indian Creek. 

1918 French and American troops halted Germany's offensive at
Chateau-Thierry, France. 

1919 The U.S. Senate passed the Women's Suffrage bill. 

1924 An eternal light was dedicated at Madison Square in New York
City in memory of all New York soldiers who died in World War I. 

1931 The first rocket-glider flight was made by William Swan in
Atlantic City, NJ. 

1935 "Invisible" glass was patented by Gerald Brown and Edward
Pollard. 

1939 The first shopping cart was introduced by Sylvan Goldman in
Oklahoma City, OK. It was actually a folding chair that had been
mounted on wheels. 

1940 The British completed the evacuation of 300,000 troops at
Dunkirk, France, after a failed invasion attempt.

1942 The Battle of Midway began. It was the first major victory for
America over Japan during World War II. The battle ended on June 6
and ended Japanese expansion in the Pacific. 

1943 In Argentina, Juan Peron took part in the military coup that
overthrew Ramon S. Castillo. 

1944 The U-505 became the first enemy submarine captured by the
U.S. Navy. 

1944 During World War II, the U.S. Fifth Army entered Rome, which
began the liberation of the Italian capital. 

1946 Juan Peron was installed as Argentina's president. 

1947 The House of Representatives approved the Taft-Hartley Act.
The legislation allowed the President of the United States to
intervene in labor disputes. 

1954 French Premier Joseph Laniel and Vietnamese Premier Buu Loc
initialed treaties in Paris giving "complete independence" to
Vietnam. 

1960 The Taiwan island of Quemoy was hit by 500 artillery shells
fired from the coast of Communist China. 

1974 The Cleveland Indians had "Ten Cent Beer Night". Due to the
drunken and unruly fans the Indians forfeited to the Texas Rangers.


1974 Sally Murphy became the first woman to qualify as an aviator
with the U.S. Army. 

1985 The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling striking
down an Alabama law that provided for a daily minute of silence in
public schools. 

1986 Jonathan Jay Pollard, a former Navy intelligence analyst, pled
guilty in Washington to spying for Israel. He was sentenced to life
in prison. 

1986 The California Supreme Court approved a law that limited the
liability of manufacturers and other wealthy defendants. It was
known as the "deep pockets law." 

1989 In Beijing, Chinese army troops stormed Tiananmen Square to
crush the pro-democracy movement. It is believed that hundreds,
possibly thousands, of demonstrators were killed. 

2003 The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would ban
"partial birth" abortions with a 282-139 vote. 

2003 Amazon.com announced that it had received more than 1 million
orders for the book "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix."
The released date was planned for June 21. 

2008 The United Kingdom and Canada became the first countries to be
able to buy and rent films at the iTunes Store.

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