Setting restore points 




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Florida girl,14, steals Pizza delivey car

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1892 William Painter patented the bottle cap. 
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___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Josie Bigelow, 14, Leehigh Acres, Florida Florida girl stole Pizza Delivery vehicle Needing a ride to her boyfriend’s house, a Florida Girl yesterday ordered pizzas to a neighbor’s house and then popped out of some nearby bushes and stole the car driven by a Papa John’s deliveryman, police allege. As detailed in a police report, Josie Bigelow, 14, placed the phony food order early Wednesday to lure the victim to a street near her home in Lehigh Acres, a Fort Myers suburb. As the driver walked to the front door of a residence with pizza in hand, Bigelow emerged from some nearby woods and hopped into the 49-year-old deliveryman’s unlocked 2006 Ford Taurus. Bigelow was subsequently arrested about six miles from the heist scene, where investigators say she sought to ditch the hot wheels in a stranger’s driveway. Before getting collared, the girl twice escaped from a pursuing sheriff’s deputy. The teenager, seen above, was arrested around 3:15 AM for grand theft auto and booked into the local juvenile detention center (from which she was released after a few hours in custody). In an interview with a local TV station, Bigelow’s father said the juvenile “needs an ass whipping...That and jail.” Joseph Bigelow also told police that his daughter “has fallen in with a bad crowd” and mentioned “how bad her behavior had been recently. I wonder who taught her how to drive well enough to get away from the deputies twice, with am old Ford Taurus. For a 14 year old, that is quite amazing!
From: Sharon Re: Setting a restore point Dear DearWebby, I love your humor & beautiful pictures I have saved many & sent many on to others. Can you explain in simple terms for a "dummy" what it a restore point & how do I do one? Will Il lose all the current data such as saved mail, graphics etc? Should it be put on a disk for backup? Since I had the problem with the old pc I thought about doing one for this one. I'm not having any problems here now. Thanks for all your patience & helpful tips. Sharon Dear Sharon The restore point is just for Windows settings, and not for your data. All your data is perfectly safe. When everything is working just right, that is the time to make a restore point. If an experiment goes wrong, you can restore the system settings to that good restore point. Many people schedule restore points to be set automatically once per week. To set a System Restore Point... Open the Start menu Open the Programs menu Open the Accessories menu Open the System Tools menu Finally, start System Restore Pick the option for setting a System Restore Point and click on the Next button Fill in a name for the restore point so you can find it and click on the Create button Click on the Close button when done Have FUN! DearWebby
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Dr. Bloom was known for his miracle cures for arthritis. One day, his waiting room was full of people when in shuffles a little old lady, bent nearly double, leaning on her cane. When her name was called, she ambled into the patient visitation area and, amazingly, emerged less than thirty minutes later, walking completely upright, with her head held high. A woman who had seen the old lady come in to the office stood and approached her. "This is incredible!" she exclaimed. "You walked through that door bent in half, and now you're walking as straight and tall as a young woman! What kind of miracle did that doctor DO for you?" The old lady looks the woman in the eye and says, "Miracle, shmiracle ... he gave me a longer cane."
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A man requested Lynn, a locally well known painter, to paint him in the nude. "No" she said. "I don't do that sort of thing." "I'll increase your fee two times," he said. "No, no thanks!!" "I'll give five times as much as you normally get." "Okay," said Lynn, "but you have to let me at least wear my socks or a belt. I need somewhere to put my brushes." ___________________________________________________

Today February 2 in
1536 The Argentine city of Buenos Aires was founded by Pedro de
Mendoza of Spain. 

1653 New Amsterdam, now known as New York City, was incorporated.


1848 The Mexican War was ended with the signing of the Treaty of
Guadalupe Hidalgo. The treaty turned over portions of land to the
U.S., including Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Arizona,
California and parts of Colorado and Wyoming. The U.S. gave
Mexico $15,000,000 and assumed responsibility of all claims
against Mexico by American citizens. Texas had already entered
the U.S. on December 29, 1845. 

1848 The first shipload of Chinese emigrants arrived in San
Francisco, CA. 

1863 Samuel Langhorne Clemens used a pseudonym for the first
time. He is better remembered by the pseudonym which is Mark
Twain. 

1870 The "Cardiff Giant" was revealed to be nothing more than
carved gypsum. The discovery in Cardiff, NY, was alleged to be
the petrified remains of a human. 

1878 Greece declared war on Turkey. 

1880 The S.S. Strathleven arrived in London with the first
successful shipment of frozen mutton from Australia. 

1887 The beginning of Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, PA. 

1892 William Painter patented the bottle cap. 

1893 The Edison Studio in West Orange, NJ, made history when they
filmed the first motion picture close-up. The studio was owned
and operated by Thomas Edison. 

1897 The Pennsylvania state capitol in Harrisburg was destroyed
by fire. The new statehouse was dedicated nine years later on the
same site. 

1913 Grand Central Terminal officially opened at 12:01 a.m. Even
though construction was not entirely complete more than 150,000
people visited the new terminal on its opening day. 

1935 Leonard Keeler conducted the first test of the polygraph
machine, in Portage, WI. 

1943 During World War II, the remainder of Nazi forces from the
Battle of Stalingrad surrendered to the Soviets. Stalingrad has
since been renamed Volgograd. 

1945 U.S. President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston
Churchill left for a summit in Yalta with Soviet leader Josef
Stalin. 

1946 The first Buck Rogers automatic pistol was made. 

1962 The 8th and 9th planets aligned for the first time in 400
years. 

1971 Idi Amin assumed power in Uganda after a coup that ousted
President Milton Obote. 

1980 The situation known as "Abscam" began when reports surfaced
that the FBI had conducted a sting operation that targeted
members of the U.S. Congress. A phony Arab businessman was used
in the operation. 

1989 The final Russian armored column left Kabul, Afghanistan,
after nine years of military occupation and armed opposition by
CIA funded, armed and trained Taliban. 

1990 South African President F.W. de Klerk lifted a ban on the
African National Congress and promised to free Nelson Mandela. 

1999 19 people were killed at Luanda international airport when a
cargo plane crashed just after takeoff. 

1999 Hugo Chávez Frías took office. He had been elected president
of Venezuela in December 1998. 

2004 It was reported that a white powder had been found in an
office of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. The CDC (Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention) later confirmed that the powder
was the poison ricin.

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