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Good Morning, !
Today is Friday, August 17
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!


The smoke is back. 
BC has 566 wildfires burning out of control and flying
embers and burning branches starting new fires every day. 

So far this year more than 1,800 fires have charred some
380,000 hectares (939,000 acres).

Last year saw 1.2m hectares (2,965,264 acres) scorched by
fires raging in the BC province. 
Even though that is only aboout one third of the fires from
last year and a long way from a record, we seem to get
more
smoke than usual.
Yukon, please send us some fresh, cool air!

Congratulations to Gary and Pam, subscribers in the Yukon,
who are getting married today!

Have FUN!
Dearwebby

Todays Bonehead Award:
Man arrested for smashing police cruiser 
window with a brick charged with a hate crime
Bonehead
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Today, August 17 in
1998 U.S. President Clinton admitted to having an improper
relationship with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern.  
More of today in history at HIstory
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From: Hugh@ Yahoo Re: REMOVE! Hugh Roberts wrote: Please remove my address from all your servers. Dear Hugh You don't have an account with us and I can't remove your address from anything. Most likely you have been fooled by some spoofs, that were sent to you by the Yahoo Spoof&Spam server. Can't help you there. You will have to contact Yahoo yourself. Have FUN DearWebby
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A church had a man in the choir who couldn't sing. Several people hinted to him that he could serve in other places, but he continued to come to the choir. The choir director became desperate and went to the pastor. "You've got to get that man out of the choir," he said. "If you don't, I'm going to resign. The choir members are going to quit too. Please do something." So the pastor went to the man and suggested, "Perhaps you should leave the choir." "Why should I get out of the choir?" he asked. "Well, five or six people have told me you can't sing." That's nothing," the man snorted. "Fifty people have told me that you can't preach!"
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Every morning for years, at about 11:30, the telephone operator in a small Sierra-Nevada town received a call from a man asking the exact time. One day the operator summed up nerve enough to ask him why the regularity. "I'm foreman of the local sawmill," he explained. "Every day I have to blow the whistle at noon so I call you to get the exact time." The operator giggled, "That's really funny," she said. "All these year we've been setting our clock by your whistle. ____________________________________________________

Today, August 17 in
1790 The capital city of the U.S. moved to Philadelphia
from New York City. 

1807 Robert Fulton's "North River Steam Boat" (known as the
"Clermont") began heading up New York's Hudson River on its
successful round-trip to Albany. 

1815 Napoleon began serving his exile when he arrived at
the island of St. Helena. 

1859 A hot air balloon was used to carry mail for the first
time. John Wise left Lafayette, IN, for New York City with
100 letters. He had to land after only 27 miles. 

1863 Federal batteries and ships bombarded Fort Sumter in
Charleston, SC, harbor during the Civil War. 

1896 The Klondike gold rush was set off by George Carmack
discovering gold on Rabbit Creek in the Yukon, Canada. 

1903 Joseph Pulitzer donated a million dollars to Columbia
University. This started the Pulitzer Prizes in his name. 

1915 Charles F. Kettering received a patent for the first
electric ignition device. It had been used for many years,
but never patented.

1943 The Allied conquest of Sicily was completed as U.S.
and British forces entered Messina. 

1945 The nationalists of Indonesia declared their
independence from the Netherlands. 

1961 The Communist East German government completed the
construction of the Berlin Wall. 

1977 Florists Transworld Delivery (FTD) reported that in
one day the number of orders for flowers to be delivered to
Graceland had surpassed the number for any other event in
the company's history. 

1978 Maxie Anderson, Ben Abruzzo and Larry Newman became
the first to land after a successful trans-Atlantic balloon
flight. The voyage began in Presque Isle, ME and ended in
Miserey, France. 

1982 The U.S. Senate approved an immigration bill that
granted permanent resident status to illegal aliens who had
arrived in the United States before 1977. 

1985 A year-long strike began when 1,400 Geo. A. Hormel and
Co. meat packers walked off the job. 

1992 Woody Allen admitted to being romantically involved
with Soon-Yi Previn. The girl was the adopted daughter of
Mia Farrow, Allen's longtime companion. 

1996 A military cargo plane crashed in Wyoming killing
eight crewmembers and a Secret Service employee. The plane
was carrying gear for U.S. President Clinton. 

1998 U.S. President Clinton admitted to having an improper
relationship with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern. 

1998 NationsBank and BankAmerica merge to create the
largest U.S. bank. 

1998 Russia devalued the ruble. 

2002 In Santa Rosa, CA, the Charles M. Schulz Museum opened
to the public. 

2018  smiled.


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