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Good Morning, !
Today is Friday, March 22
Time to wear a bit of red to show your support for the troops!

Spring has sprung!
We still have snow in the shades of buildings, but this evening I
went for my walk in my short shorts.
I don't like the yuppie shorts that hang down to my knees. For me
it's traditional shorts on none of them.

Today, March 22 in
1987 A barge loaded with 32,000 tons of refuse left Islip, NY, to
find a place to unload. After being refused by several states and
three countries space was found back in Islip. 
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Today's Bonehead Award: Alabama woman gets 23 felony charges in Facebook bullying case ________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ Many a man who falls in love with a dimple make the mistake of marrying the whole girl. --- Evan Esar (1899 - 1995) _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ Johnny had just received his brand new drivers license. The family goes out to the driveway and climbs in the car, where he is going to take them for a ride for the first time. Dad immediately heads for the back seat, directly behind the new driver. "I'll bet you're back there to get a change of scenery after all those months of sitting in the front passenger seat teaching me how to drive," says boy. "Nope, I'm gonna sit here and kick the back of your seat while you drive, just like you've been doing to me all these years." ______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Reported by the Bausell Sailor: An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Catherine Patterson, 48, Ashland, Alabama Alabama woman gets 23 felony charges in Facebook bullying case An east Alabama woman is facing more than a few days in Facebook jail after authorities say she’s repeatedly used social media to bully multiple victims. Catherine Patterson, 48, was arrested this week on nearly two dozen felony warrants – 23 counts of aggravated stalking to be exact. Her arrest comes after she was previously ordered to stay off social media. Clay County Sheriff Jim Studdard said the investigation began several months ago after sheriff’s officials received multiple complaints of cyber bullying from different victims. They launched a probe which the sheriff described as “complex and lengthy” because of the need to identify a suspect or suspects by means of obtain IP addresses. Additionally, he said, they had to then obtain physical addresses. Sheriff’s investigators, as well as Lineville and Ashland police, carried out a search warrant at Patterson’s Ashland home on Wednesday. They recovered multiple electronic devices. Few details about the alleged bullying have been released but authorities say there is a history of conflict between Patterson and the victims, which include some former family members. Court records show Patterson was charged with harassment in 2017 and with violation of a protection order in 2017 and 2018. All of those charges against her were dismissed. Photographic evidence in one of the previous cases included a Facebook post that read, “My target shooting getting better but I know I won’t missed (sic) a Fat Pigs male or female I’ll shot (sic) to kill not injured (sic).” Aggravated stalking is a Class B felony. Patterson’s bond is set at $23,000. Studdard said social media bullying is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
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Here is a real Classic! A Cajun named Boudreax moved to Texas and bought a donkey from an old farmer for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next day. The next day, the farmer drove up and said, "Sorry, but I have some bad news. The donkey died." The Cajun said, "Well, then, just give me my money back." The farmer said, "Can't do that. I went and spent it already." The Cajun said, "Okay, then. Just unload the donkey." The farmer asked, "What ya gonna do with him?" "I'm going to raffle him off." "You can't raffle off a dead donkey!" "Sure I can. Watch me. I just won't tell anybody he's dead." A month later the farmer met up with the Cajun and asked, "What happened with that dead donkey?" "I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at two dollars a piece and made a profit of $898." "Didn't anyone complain?" "Just the guy who won. So I gave him his two dollars back."
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Two men were walking their dogs around the local country club and discussing their recent game of golf. The first man's dog was a big German Shepherd, and the second man's dog was a Chihuahua. The first man says, "Let's go into the club and get a drink." The second man says, "But we can't take our dogs into the club, and I don't want to leave Froo-Froo outside." "Oh, sure we can take our dogs inside," the first man says. "Just do as I do, and say what I say." So, the first man walks into the club and asks the waiter for a place to sit. The waiter says, "Sorry sir, but you can't have your dog in here." The man looks around aimlessly and says, "Not even seeing-eye dogs?" The waiter immediately apologizes and gives the man a seat. The second man watched this whole scene and decided to go for it. He walks in and asks the same waiter for a seat. The waiter says, "I'm sorry sir, but you can't have your dog in here." The second man says, "Not even seeing-eye dogs?" Then the waiter laughs and says, "You got to be kidding, man, you're telling me that your Chihuahua is a seeing-eye dog?!" The second man thinks for a moment, then says, "What? You mean my seeing-eye dog is a CHIHUAHUA?!?" ___________________________________________________ Daily tip from Frugal Toys - Frisbies Frisbees are an inexpensive outdoor toy, providing exercise and fun for a group. Tossing a frisbee back and forth teaches sharing. Frisbees can also be used for Frisbee golf where players try to hit various targets around the yard in the fewest number of throws. ____________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________ Nathan, Morris and Bill are fishing in the Caribbean. Morris says, "I had a terrible fire; lost everything. Now the insurance company is paying for everything and that's why I'm here." Nathan says, "I had a terrible explosion; lost everything. Now the insurance company is paying for everything and that's why I'm here." Bill says, "What a coincidence. I had a terrible flood; lost everything. Now the insurance company is paying for everything and that's why I'm here." Morris and Nathan turned to him with confusion and asked, "Flood? How do you start a flood?" ___________________________________________________ My friend wanted a boat more than anything. His wife kept refusing, but he bought one anyway. "I'll tell you what," he told her. "In the spirit of compromise, why don't you name the boat?" Being a good sport, she accepted. When her husband went to the dock for his maiden voyage, this is the name he saw painted on the side: "For Sale." ___________________________________________________
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W10 is bad for windows. Every time a W10 machine is thrown out the window, the glass breaks. --- Socratex ___________________________________________________

Today March 22 in

1457 Gutenberg Bible became the first printed and publicly sold

1622 Indians attacked a group of colonist in the James River area
of Virginia. 347 residents were killed. 

1630 The first legislation to prohibit gambling was enacted. It
was in Boston, MA. 

1638 Anne Hutchinsoon, a religious dissident, was expelled from
the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

1719 Frederick William abolished serfdom on crown property in

1733 Joseph Priestly invented carbonated water (seltzer). 

1765 The Stamp Act was passed. It was the first direct British
tax on the American colonists. It was repealed on March 17, 1766.

1790 Thomas Jefferson became the first U.S. Secretary of State. 

1794 The U.S. Congress banned U.S.from supplying slaves to other

1841 Englishman Orlando Jones patented cornstarch. 

1871 William Holden of North Carolina became the first governor
to be removed by impeachment. 

1872 Illinois became the first state to require sexual equality
in employment. 

1873 Slavery was abolished in Puerto Rico. 

1874 The Young Men's Hebrew Association was organized in New York

1882 The U.S. Congress outlawed polygamy. 

1894 The first playoff competition for the Stanley Cup began.
Montreal played Ottawa. 

1895 Auguste and Louis Lumiere showed their first movie to an
invited audience in Paris. 

1901 Japan proclaimed that it was determined to keep Russia from
encroaching on Korea. 

1902 Great Britain and Persia agreed to link Europe and India by

1903 Niagara Falls ran out of water due to a drought. 

1903 In Columbia, the region near Galera De Zamba was devastated
by a volcanic eruption. 

1904 The first color photograph was published in the London Daily
Illustrated Mirror. 

1905 Child miners in Britain received a maximum 8-hour workday. 

1907 Russians troops completed the evacuation of Manchuria in the
face of advancing Japanese forces. 

1907 In Paris, it was reported that male cab drivers dressed as
women to attract riders. 

1910 In Liberia, a telegraph cable linked Tenerife and Monrovia. 

1915 A German zeppelin made a night raid on Paris railway

1919 The first international airline service was inaugurated on a
weekly schedule between Paris and Brussels. 

1933 U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill
legalizing the sale and possession of beer and wine containing up
to 3.2% alcohol. 

1935 In New York, blood tests were authorized as evidence in
court cases. 

1935 Persia was renamed Iran. 

1941 The Grand Coulee Dam in Washington began operations. 

1943 The Dutch workweek was extended to 54 hours. 

1943 Obligatory work for women ends in Belgium. 

1945 The Arab League was formed with the adoption of a charter in
Cairo, Egypt. 

1946 The British granted Transjordan independence. 

1946 The first U.S. built rocket to leave the earth's atmosphere
reached a height of 50-miles. 

1947 The Greek government imposed martial law in Laconia and
southern Greece. 

1948 The United States announced a land reform plan for Korea. 

1948 "The Voice of Firestone" became the first commercial radio
program to be carried simultaneously on both AM and FM radio

1954 The first shopping mall opened in Southfield, Michigan. 

1954 The London gold market reopened for the first time since

1956 Perry Como became the first major TV variety-show host to
book a rock and roll act on his program. The act was Carl

1960 A.L. Schawlow & C.H. Townes obtained a patent for the laser.
It was the first patent for any laser. 

1965 U.S. confirmed that its troops used chemical warfare against
the Vietcong. 

1972 The U.S. Senate passed the Equal Rights Amendment. It was
not ratified by the states. 

1974 The Viet Cong proposed a new truce with the U.S. and South
Vietnam. The truce included general elections. 

1975 Walt Disney World Shopping Village opened. 

1977 Comedienne Lily Tomlin made her debut on Broadway in "Lily
Tomlin on Stage" in New York. 

1977 Indira Ghandi resigned as the prime minister of India. 

1978 Karl Wallenda, of the Flying Wallendas, fell to his death
while walking a cable strung between two hotels in San Juan,
Puerto Rico. 

1980 People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was founded
by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco. 

1981 RCA put its Selectra Vision laser disc players on the

1987 A barge loaded with 32,000 tons of refuse left Islip, NY, to
find a place to unload. After being refused by several states
three countries space was found back in Islip. 

1989 Oliver North began two days of testimony at his Iran-Contra
trial in Washington, DC. 

1990 A jury in Anchorage, Alaska, found Captain Hazelwood not
guilty in the Valdez oil spill. 

1991 Pamela Smart, a high school teacher, was found guilty in New
Hampshire of manipulating her student-lover to kill her husband.

1992 A Fokker F-28 veered off a runway at New York's LaGuardia
airport and into Flushing Bay, killing 27 people. 

1993 Intel introduced the Pentium-processor (80586) 64 bits-60
MHz-100+ MIPS. 

1995 Russian cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov returned to Earth after
setting a record for 438 days in space. 

1997 Tara Lipinski, at 14 years and 10 months, became the
youngest women's world figure skating champion. 

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