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Today is Wednesday, August 8

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Todays Bonehead Award:
4-year-old drowned in river was 
screaming as mom carried her into water 
Bonehead
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1899 The refrigerator was patented by A.T. Marshall
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_____________________________________________________ A little town attracted the attention of sociologists at the state university because of its high birth rate. A team of researchers wrote a grant proposal, got a chunk of money, hired additional staff members and moved to the town. While the staff was busy getting ready for the big research effort, the project director went to the local coffee shop for a cup of coffee. While he was drinking his coffee, he started talking with the waitress, and at one point in the conversation he asked her if she has any idea why the birth rate is so high. "Sure," she says. "Every morning the 6:00 train comes through here and blows its whistle for the crossing. It wakes everybody up, and, well, it's too late to go back to sleep, and it's too early to get up." ___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD AND a Darwin Award has been earned by Shakayla Monae Denson, 26, Tampa, Florida 4-year-old drowned in river was screaming as mom carried her into water The Tampa police chief’s voice seemed to halt more than once Friday as he updated the public on the shocking death of Je’Hyrah Daniels, who witnesses said was carried screaming into the Hillsborough River by her mother Thursday afternoon and left there to drown. Shakayla Monae Denson, 26, is charged with first-degree felony murder, aggravated child abuse and grand theft auto, Chief Brian Dugan said during a Friday morning media briefing. She had been observed earlier, when she stole a car and forced the kid into it, and again later, when she pulled the screaming kid out of the car and carried her into the river. The kid seems to have been aware that her mother was going to drown her. The chief said investigators are struggling to determine why Denson would kill her daughter. “Unfortunately, when you deal with these tragic situations, we tend to have more questions than we do the answers,” Dugan said. “We’re still digging into Denson and what her state of mind is.” The girl's mother, Shakayla Denson, 26, is accused of carrying the screaming girl into the river and dumping her in the murky water before wading out again. The girl's body was found by divers about 30 minutes later. Bronte Wittpenn/Tampa Bay Times via AP “We’re going to have to figure out what her mindset was that took her and put her in a place where she would leave a 4-year-old to drown in the Hillsborough River,” Dugan said. WFTS in Tampa reported that the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office wrapped up an investigation into Denson’s parenting just three days before Je’Hyrah was killed. The agency’s Child Protection Investigation Division began a probe June 19 into allegations of inadequate supervision of the girl. The investigative report obtained by the news station states that about a month before, the toddler was with her mother at her great-grandmother’s home when she wandered away to a nearby park. Though the distance from the house to the park was not listed, the case worker estimated it to be about a six-minute walk. “The mother seems overwhelmed and tired of caring for Je’Hyrah,” the summary of allegations in the report says. “Je’Hyrah is (redacted) non-verbal, and it seems like the mother is upset that she has these disabilities and is not the baby she dreamed of having. “The mother is easily distracted and doesn't show much attention toward Je'Hyrah. She just lets her run around and do what she wants. She doesn't seem to have the maturity to address the special needs that Je’Hyrah has.” The case worker assigned to the investigation reported that Denson’s home was appropriate and free of hazards and had a security system that sounded if a door was opened. Je’Hyrah appeared well cared for and had no bruises or other marks visible on her body, the report says. “She was playing in the house during the visit and appeared to be happy, healthy and active,” the report states. “She was bonded with the mother and appeared to listen to basic commands.”
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OLE 'N LENA HAVE A BABY Lena is pregnant with Ole's child. Late one night, Lena vakes Ole and says, "I tink it's time!" So Ole fired up the Yohn Deere tractor and took her to the hospital to have their first baby. She had a little boy, and the doctor looked over at Ole and said, "A son! Ain't dat great!" Well, Ole got excited by dis, but yust den the doctor spoke up and said, "Hold on! We ain't finished yet!" The doctor den held up a little girl. He said, "Hey, Ole! You got you a daughter!" She's a pretty little ting, too." Ole got kind of puzzled by this, an then the doctor said, "Holey Moley, Ole, we still ain't done yet!" The doctor then delivered another boy and said, "Ole, you yust had yourself another boy!" Ole was flabbergasted by this news! A couple days later, Ole brought Lena and their three children home in the self-propelled combine. He was real serious and he asked Lena, "How come we got tree on the first try?" Lena said, "You remember dat night we ran out of Vaseline and you vent out in the garage and got dat dere 3-in-1 Oil?" Ole said, "Yeah, I do. Uffda! It's a dam good ting I didn't get the WD-40." ____________________________________________________

Today, August 8 in
1356 Edward "the Black Prince" began a raid north from
Aquitaine. 

1815 Napoleon Bonaparte set sail for St. Helena, in the
South Atlantic. The remainder of his life was spent there
in exile. 

1844 After the killing of Joseph Smith on June 27, Bringham
Young was chosen to lead the Mormons. 

1876 Thomas Edison received a patent for the mimeograph.
The mimeograph was a "method of preparing autographic
stencils for printing." 

1899 The refrigerator was patented by A.T. Marshall. 

1900 In Boston, the first Davis Cup series began. The U.S.
team defeated Great Britain three matches to zero. 

1911 The number of representatives in the U.S. House of
Representatives was established at 435. There was one
member of Congress for every 211,877 residents. 

1940 The German Luftwaffe began a series of daylight air
raids on Great Britain. 

1945 The United Nations Charter was signed by U.S.
President Truman. 

1945 At the end of World War II the Soviet Union declared
war on Japan. 

1950 Whataburger opened its restaurant in Corpus Christi,
TX. 

1953 The U.S. and South Korea initiated a mutual security
pact. 

1956 Japan launched an oil tanker that was 780 feet long
and weighed 84,730 tons. It was the largest oil tanker in
the world. 

1966 Michael DeBakey became the first surgeon to install an
artificial heart pump in a patient. 

1974 U.S. President Nixon announced that he would resign
the following day. 

1978 The U.S. launched Pioneer Venus II, which carried
scientific probes to study the atmosphere of Venus. 

1988 It was announced that a cease-fire between Iraq and
Iran had begun. 

1989 The space shuttle Columbia took off from Cape
Canaveral, FL. The trip was said to be a secret five-day
military mission. 

1990 American forces began positioning in Saudia Arabia,
ready to step across the line into Iraq. 

1991 John McCarthy, a British TV producer, was released by
his Lebanese kidnappers. He had been held captive for more
than five years. A rival group abducted Jerome Leyraud in
retaliation and threatened to kill him if any more hostages
were released. 

1991 The U.N. Security Council approved North and South
Korea for membership. 

1994 The first road link between Israel and Jordan opened. 

1994 Representatives from China and Taiwan signed a
cooperation agreement. 

1995 Saddam Hussein's two eldest daughters, their husbands,
and several senior army officers defected. 

2000 The submarine H.L. Hunley was raised from ocean bottom
after 136 years. The sub had been lost during an attack on
the U.S.S. Housatonic in 1864. The Hunley was the first
submarine in history to sink a warship.

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