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1899 Aspirin was patented by German researchers 
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From: Susan Re: Compressed Air versus vacuum Dear DearWebby Ever since my hubby took one of those government computer courses, he insists on using those expensive and silly compressed air cans to "clean" everything in, on or near computers, instead of using a vacuum cleaner. Is there any reason for doing that with compressed air? Susan Dear Susan No, there is absolutely no reason for blowing dirt and dust from one place to another or for blowing lose parts into inaccessible locations. It's just that puppy dogs and many men are scared of vacuum cleaners, so they come up with wimpy excuses for not using them. If you are worried about sucking up loose screws and springs, just use a clean filter bag. I have used a bag-pipe style ShopVac with shoulder strap since the days of the PC/XT (mid 80's), including a few years as mobile computer troubleshooter in the 90's, and never had any mishaps, except for occasionally tripping over the hose while running up narrow stairways, while carrying a repaired computer under the left arm, tool case in the right hand, vacuum on the back; and getting bumped by cute ladies coming down the stairs. But even that was fun. Just leave the computer plugged in but turned off. That way it is grounded and does not build up static. Use the vacuum cleaner's crevice tool and touch the bare metal at the back of computer as the first thing to clean, and you won't have any static related accidents. If you have kids, take those "compressed air" cans and heave them into the garbage. Kids like huffing them and every year a dozen or more of them die from that. Nobody ever died from using a vacuum cleaner. Have Fun! DearWebby
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One day a mother took her 6-year-old son with her to visit a friend at work. Everyone there knew her, and she was offered a cup of coffee. That day, as one of the employees went to make more coffee, her son followed her and asked, "What are you doing?" "I'm making your mom's favorite drink," she answered. Imagine the woman's shock when she heard her son say, "Wow! You know how to make beer?" ___________________________________________________

Today March 6 in
1521 Ferdinand Magellan discovered Guam. 

1808 At Harvard University, the first college orchestra was
founded. 

1820 The Missouri Compromise was enacted by the U.S. Congress and
signed by U.S. President James Monroe. The act admitted Missouri
into the Union as a slave state, but prohibited slavery in the
rest of the northern Louisiana Purchase territory. 

1834 The city of York in Upper Canada was incorporated as
Toronto. 

1836 The thirteen-day siege of the Alamo by Santa Anna and his
army ended. The Mexican army of three thousand men defeated the
189 Texas volunteers. 

1854 At the Washington Monument, several men stole the Pope's
Stone from the lapidarium. 

1857 The U.S. Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision ruled that
blacks could not sue in federal court to be citizens. 

1899 Aspirin was patented by German researchers Felix Hoffman and
Hermann Dreser. 

1900 In West Virginia, an explosion trapped 50 coal miners
underground. 

1901 An assassin tried to kill Wilhelm II of Germany in Bremen. 

1907 British creditors of the Dominican Republic claimed that the
U.S. had failed to collect debts. 

1928 A Communist attack on Peking, China resulted in 3,000 dead
and 50,000 fled to Swatow. 

1939 In Spain, Jose Miaja took over the Madrid government after a
military coup and vowed to seek "peace with honor." 

1944 During World War II, U.S. heavy bombers began the first
American raid on Berlin. Allied planes dropped 2000 tons of
bombs. 

1946 Ho Chi Minh, the President of Vietnam, struck an agreement
with France that recognized his country as an autonomous state
within the Indochinese Federation and the French Union. 

1947 Winston Churchill announced that he opposed British troop
withdrawals from India. 

1947 The first air-conditioned naval ship, "The Newport News,"
was launched from Newport News, VA. 

1957 The British African colonies of the Gold Coast and Togoland
became the independent state of Ghana. 

1960 Switzerland granted women the right to vote in municipal
elections. 

1960 The United States announced that it would send 3,500 troops
to Vietnam. 

1967 U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announced his plan to
establish a draft lottery. 

1970 Charles Manson released his album "Lies" to finance his
defense against murder charges. 

1973 U.S. President Richard Nixon imposed price controls on oil
and gas. 

1975 Iran and Iraq announced that they had settled their border
dispute. 

1980 Islamic militants in Tehran said that they would turn over
American hostages to the Revolutionary Council. 

1981 U.S. President Reagan announced a plan to cut 37,000 federal
jobs. 

1985 Yul Brynner played his his 4,500th performance in the
musical "The King and I." 

1987 The British ferry Herald of Free Enterprise capsized in the
Channel off the coast of Belgium. 189 people died. 

1990 The Russian Parliament passed a law that sanctioned the
ownership of private property. 

1991 In Paris, five men were jailed for plotting to smuggle
Libyan arms to the Irish Republican Army. 

1992 The computer virus "Michelangelo" went into effect. 

1997 A gunman stole "Tete de Femme," a million-dollar Picasso
portrait, from a London gallery. The painting was recovered a
week later. 

1997 Britain's Queen Elizabeth II launched the first official
royal Web site. 

1998 A Connecticut state lottery accountant gunned down three
supervisors and the lottery chief before killing himself. 

2015 The NASA space probe Dawn entred orbit around the
protoplanet Ceres in the asteroid belt. 

2019  smiled.


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