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1841 The first steam fire engine was tested in New York City. 
The steam engine was used for pumping water, not for driving.
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Today's Bonehead Award: Cop Who Had Sex While Toddler Died in Hot Car Is Pregnant With Her Second Child ________________________________________________ If you like the Humor Letter, please vote! ______________________________________________________ "According to a new survey, 56 percent of women say they would rather be thinner than smarter. The other 44 percent were models who didn't understand the question." --- Jay Leno Always acknowledge a fault. This will throw those in authority off their guard and give you an opportunity to commit more. --- Mark Twain _____________________________________________________ Malwarebytes for Home | Anti-Malware Premium | Free Trial Download ______________________________________________________ >From Edith I walked into a Starbucks with a buy-one-get-one-free coupon for a Grande Latte. I handed it to the girl and she looked over at a little chalkboard that said "buy one-get one free." "They're already buy-one-get-one-free," she said, "so I guess they're both free." She handed me my free Lattes and I walked out the door. ______________________________________________________ Pink Tree Frog _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Cassie Barker, 29, Hancock County Jail in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Cop Who Had Sex While Toddler Died in Hot Car Is Pregnant With Her Second Child The police officer whose 3-year-old daughter died after she left her in a hot car in the sweltering Mississippi heat while she had sex with her supervisor is pregnant. Cassie Barker, 29, who pleaded guilty on Monday to culpable negligence manslaughter for the 2016 death of her daughter, Cheyenne Hyer, is due to have her second childthis link opens in a new tab, the Biloxi Sun Herald first reported exclusively. Her attorney, Damian Holcomb, told the outlet she plans to put the baby up for adoption after she gives birth. At this time nobody knows who the father might be, and nobody raised any objections to the baby being put up for adoption. Prosecutors are recommending a 20-year sentence. The child’s shocking death took place on Sept. 30, 2016, when Barker finished her shift as an officer for the Long Beach Police Department on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, say authorities. Barker, then 27, headed to the home of her then-supervisor, Sgt. Clark Ladner, with her daughter in her patrol car. She told authorities at the time that she was “visiting” with Ladnerthis link opens in a new tab, then 36, when she left the toddler strapped in her car seat in the back of her patrol car to see him, local station WXXV 25 reports. Both Barker and Ladner were fired instantly when authorities found out that she had boiled her baby in the patrol car. Prosecutors say Cheyenne was dying from the heat in the car while her mother was inside Ladner’s house getting laid. Barker said she had left the car running with the air conditioning on, but authorities said it wasn’t blowing cold air. When Barker returned to the patrol car, she found her daughter unresponsive. The child was rushed to a nearby hospital where her body temperature was 107 degrees, CBS News reports. She was pronounced dead at the hospital. During their investigation, detectives allegedly learned that this wasn’t the first timethis link opens in a new tab Barker had left her daughter alone in a car; she allegedly did so in April 2015 when she ran into a store in Gulfport, CBS affiliate WLOX reports. Police were called and child welfare officials took temporary custody of Cheyenne. At the time, Barker was suspended from the Long Beach police for a week without pay.
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Our local paper runs a popular column called "10 Questions" that spotlights people who live in our community. In addition to the usual inquiries about occupation and age, people are asked the questions that give a snapshot look of their personalities. Recently one woman was asked, "What's the 'strangest' thing you ever bought?" She answered, "Dog toothpaste." Next question, "What is the 'most common' thing people say to you?" Her answer: "Where did you get such white teeth?"
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Thanks to Jai for this story: The Fire Dog A nursery school teacher was delivering a station wagon full of kids home one day when a fire truck zoomed past. Sitting in the front seat of the fire truck was a Dalmation dog. The children started discussing what the dog's duties might be. "They use him to keep crowds back," said one youngster. "No," said another, "he's just for good luck." A third child concluded. "No silly, they use the dogs to find the fire hydrant!" ___________________________________________________ Daily tip from Uses for Bread Heels A lot of people don't like using bread heels for toast or sandwiches, here are other uses for them. Cut them up and freeze them until you have enough to make stuffing or bread pudding. Use them to make bread crumbs, grind them up in a food processor and store them in the freezer. For gourmet (coarse) crumbs you can use an old-fasioned hand crank meat grinder, or put the croutons into a pyrex 1 quart measuring cup and stomp them with a bottle. Have FUN! DearWebby ____________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________ A Texan, a Russian and a New Yorker go into a restaurant in London. The waiter says, "Excuse me, but if you wanted the steak you might not get one as there is a shortage." The Texan said, "What's a shortage?" The Russian said, "What's a steak?" The New Yorker said, "What's excuse me?" ___________________________________________________ One day, Gramma sent her grandson, Little Johnny, down to the water hole to get some water for cooking dinner. As he was dipping the bucket in, he saw two big eyes looking back at him. He dropped the bucket and ran all the way back to Gramma's house and into the kitchen. "Well now, where's my bucket and where's my water?" Gramma asked him. A frightened Little Johnny stammered, "I can't get any water from that water hole, Gramma. There's a BIG old alligator down there!" Gramma said, "Now, don't you mind that ole' alligator, Johnny. He's been there for a few years now, and he's never hurt no one. Why, he's probably as scared of you as you are of him." "Well, Gramma," replied Johnny, "if he's as scared of me as I am of him, then that water ain't fit to drink!" ___________________________________________________
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A lady said to her friend, "My birthday is coming up and when people ask me what I want, I can't think of anything." Her friend said, "I love giving homemade gifts. Which one of my children would you like?" ___________________________________________________

Today March 27 in
1794 The U.S. Congress authorized the creation of the U.S. Navy.

1802 The Treaty of Amiens was signed ending the French
Revolutionary War. 

1836 In Goliad, TX, about 350 Texan prisoners, including their
commander James Fannin, were executed under orders from Gen.
Antonio López de Santa Anna. An estimated 30 Texans escaped

1836 The first Mormon temple was dedicated in Kirtland, OH. 

1841 The first steam fire engine was tested in New York City. 
The steam engine was used for pumping water, not for driving.

1860 The corkscrew was patented by M.L. Byrn. 

1884 The first long-distance telephone call was made from Boston
to New York. 

1899 The first international radio transmission between England
and France was achieved by the Italian inventor G. Marconi. 

1900 The London Parliament passed the War Loan Act that gave 35
million pounds to the Boer War cause in South Africa. 

1900 The Russian army mobilized 250,000 troops for active duty. 

1901 Filipino rebel leader Emilio Aguinaldo was captured by the

1904 Mary Jarris "Mother" Jones was ordered by Colorado state
authorities to leave the state. She was accused of stirring up
striking coal miners. 

1907 French troops occupied Oudja, Morocco, as a punitive action
for the murder of French Dr. Muchamp. 

1912 The first cherry blossom trees were planted in Washington,
DC. The trees were a gift from Japan. 

1917 The Seattle Metropolitans, of the Pacific Coast League of
Canada, defeated the Montreal Canadiens and became the first
U.S. hockey team to win the Stanley Cup. 

1931 Actor Charlie Chaplin received France’s Legion of Honor

1933 About 55,000 people staged a protest against Hitler in New
York City. 

1941 Tokeo Yoshikawa arrived in Oahu, HI, and began spying for
Japan on the U.S. Fleet at Pearl Harbor. 

1942 The British raided the Nazi submarine base at St. Nazaire,

1946 Four-month long strikes at both General Electric and
General Motors ended with a wage increase. 

1952 The U.S. Eighth Army reached the 38th parallel in Korea,
the original dividing line between the two Koreas. 

1958 Nikita Khrushchev became the chairman of the Soviet Council
of Ministers in addition to First Secretary of the Communist

1988 The U.S. Senate ratified the Intermediate-Range Nuclear
Forces Treaty. 

1989 The U.S. anti-missile satellite failed the first test in

1993 In China, Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin was appointed

1997 Russian workers, nearly 2 million, held a nationwide strike
to protest unpaid wages. 

1997 In Australia, Governor-General William Deane signed a bill
to overturn a 1996 Northern Territory act to legalize assisted
suicides. The 1996 act was the first in the world to permit
assisted suicides. 

1998 In the U.S., the FDA approved the prescription drug Viagra.
It was the first pill for male impotence. 

1998 Top civilian aircraft makers in France, Spain, Germany and
Britain agreed to create a single European aerospace and defense

2004 NASA successfully launched an unpiloted X-43A jet that hit
Mach 7 (about 5,000 mph). 

2007 NFL owners voted to make instant replay a permanent
officiating tool.

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