Thursday, June 20, 2013

Got this e-Mail, from Heather

So what would you do?

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Date: Mon Jun 17 15:38:52 CDT 2013
From: "Heather" Add To Address Book
Subject: re: sent from my iPhone
To: Jim at

I was just thinking of you..

I just want to make sure
you got this



To Stop Future Mailings Follow The Link Below:

3760 Market St NE #193
Salem, OR 97305 USA
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Whatever it was you'd do, I didn't do it.
Instead I posted it here.
BTW, just in case you know Heather you can tell her that she is sending out things like this.  Probably someone 'high-jacked' her address book.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A day in the life of a Houston (Texas) Police team

Houston Chronicle article saved for reading if and when the Chronicle pulls or closes viewing of the article on-line. (Remember, I don't like to throw things away.)
Link to Houston Chronicle
Also here,

Tomball man accused of recording teen in girl’s dressing room

A Tomball man faces charges after he allegedly left his cell phone recording in a Kohl’s Department Store dressing room, where a teen girl was changing, court records show.
Ronnie Hoyt Royston, 37, is accused of improper photograph, visual recording for the incident on June 4 at 14443 FM 2920 in Tomball, according to a charging document from the Harris County District Court.
A 16-year-old girl told police she noticed the man following her in the Kohl’s. When she was in a dressing room changing, she noticed a pair of men’s shorts lying underneath a bench, where she found a hidden cell phone recording her, the document states.
Surveillance footage showed Royston placing his cell phone inside the dressing room and a witness told police that she watched the man follow the girls through the store, the document states. Houston police were able to identify the suspect by tracing the cell phone number through the provider. Police were able to confirm that the girl was taped on the man’s phone and he had taken pictures of her, the document states.
Royston has not been arrested and his bail is set at $2,000.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Peter Faulk, a.k.a. Columbo, has died

Houson Chronicle, AP article
Peter Falk, TV's rumpled Columbo, has died
By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer © 2011 The Associated Press
June 24, 2011, 7:34PM

NEW YORK — The best way to celebrate Peter Falk's life is to savor how Columbo, his signature character, fortified our lives.

Thanks to Falk's affectionately genuine portrayal, Lt. Columbo established himself for all time as a champion of any viewer who ever felt less than graceful, elegant or well-spoken.

Falk died Thursday at age 83 in his Beverly Hills, Calif., home, according to a statement released Friday by family friend Larry Larson. But Columbo lives on as the shining ideal of anyone with a smudge on his tie, whose car isn't the sportiest, who often seems clueless, who gets dissed by fancy people.

As a police detective, Columbo's interview technique was famously disjointed, with his inevitable awkward afterthought ("Ahhh, there's just one more thing...") that tried the patience of his suspect as he was halfway out the door.

Columbo was underestimated, patronized or simply overlooked by nearly everyone he met — especially the culprit.

And yet Columbo, drawing on inner pluck for which only he (and an actor as skilled as Falk) could have accounted, always prevailed. Contrary to all evidence (that is, until he nailed the bad guy), Columbo always knew what he was doing.

Even more inspiring for viewers, he was unconcerned with how other people saw him. He seemed to be perfectly happy with himself, his life, his pet basset, Dog, his wheezing Peugeot, and his never-seen wife. A squat man chewing cigars in a rumpled raincoat, he stands tall among TV's most self-assured heroes.

What viewer won't take solace forever from the lessons Columbo taught us by his enduring example?

Columbo — he never had a first name — presented a refreshing contrast to other TV detectives. "He looks like a flood victim," Falk once said. "You feel sorry for him. He appears to be seeing nothing, but he's seeing everything. Underneath his dishevelment, a good mind is at work."

On another occasion, he described Columbo as "an ass-backwards Sherlock Holmes."

"As a person, he was like Columbo. He was exactly the same way: a great sense of humor, constantly forgetting things," said Charles Engel, an NBCUniversal executive who worked with Falk on "Columbo" and was his neighbor and longtime friend.

He remembered Falk as a "brilliant" actor and "an amazingly wonderful, crazy guy," and said a script was in place for a two-hour "Columbo" special, but Falk's illness made the project impossible. In a court document filed in December 2008, Falk's daughter Catherine Falk said her father was suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

Somehow fittingly, Falk — the perfect choice to play Columbo — failed to be the first choice. Instead, the role was offered to easygoing crooner Bing Crosby. Fortunately, he turned it down.

With Falk in place, "Columbo" began its run in 1971 as part of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie series, appearing every third week. The show became by far the most popular of the three mysteries, the others being "McCloud" and "McMillan and Wife."

Falk was reportedly paid $250,000 a movie and could have made much more if he had accepted an offer to convert "Columbo" into a weekly series. He declined, reasoning that carrying a weekly detective series would be too great a burden.

NBC canceled the three series in 1977. In 1989 ABC offered "Columbo" in a two-hour format usually appearing once or twice a season. The movies continued into the 21st century. "Columbo" appeared in 26 foreign countries and was a particular favorite in France and Iran.

Columbo's trademark: an ancient raincoat Falk had once bought for himself. After 25 years on television, the coat became so tattered it had to be replaced.

Falk was already an experienced Broadway actor and two-time Oscar nominee when he began playing Columbo. And, long before then, he had demonstrated a bit of Columbo-worthy spunk: at 3, he had one eye removed because of cancer.

Then, when he was starting as an actor in New York, an agent told him, "Of course, you won't be able to work in movies or TV because of your eye." And after failing a screen test at Columbia Pictures, he was told by studio boss Harry Cohn that "for the same price I can get an actor with two eyes."

But Falk prevailed, even before "Columbo," picking up back-to-back Oscar nominations as best supporting actor for the 1960 mob drama "Murder, Inc." and Frank Capra's last film, the 1961 comedy-drama "Pocketful of Miracles."

Paying tribute, actor-comedian Michael McKean said, "Peter Falk's assault on conventional stardom went like this: You're not conventionally handsome, you're missing an eye and you have a speech impediment. Should you become a movie star? Peter's correct answer: Absolutely.

"I got to hang with him a few times and later worked a day with him on a forgettable TV movie," McKean went on, calling Falk "a sweet, sharp and funny man with a great soul. Wim Wenders called it correctly in `Wings of Desire': He was an angel if there ever was one on Earth."

"There is literally nobody you could compare him to. He was a completely unique actor," said Rob Reiner, who directed Falk in "The Princess Bride."

"His personality was really what drew people to him. ... He had this great sense of humor and this great natural quality nobody could come close to," Reiner said. Falk's work with Alan Arkin in "The In-Laws" represents "one of the most brilliant comedy pairings we've seen on screen."

Peter Michael Falk was born in 1927, in New York City and grew up in Ossining, N.Y., where his parents ran a clothing store.

After serving as a cook in the merchant marine and receiving a master's degree in public administration from Syracuse University, Falk worked as an efficiency expert for the budget bureau of the state of Connecticut.

He also acted in amateur theater and was encouraged to become a professional by actress-teacher Eva Le Gallienne.

An appearance in "The Iceman Cometh" off-Broadway led to other parts, among them Josef Stalin in Paddy Chayefsky's 1964 "The Passion of Josef D." In 1971, Falk scored a hit in Neil Simon's "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," Tony-nominated for best play.

Falk made his film debut in 1958 with "Wind Across the Everglades" and established himself as a talented character actor with his performance as the vicious killer Abe Reles in "Murder, Inc."

Among his other movies: "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," "Robin and the Seven Hoods," "The Great Race," "Luv," "Castle Keep," "The Cheap Detective" and "The Brinks Job."

Falk also appeared in a number of art-house favorites, including "Wings of Desire" (in which he played himself as a former angel), and the semi-improvisational films "Husbands" and "A Woman Under the Influence," directed by his friend John Cassavetes.

"Today we lost someone who is very special and dear to my heart. Not only a wonderful actor but a very great friend," said Gena Rowlands, who co-starred with Falk in the latter film, and was married to the late Cassavetes.

Falk became prominent in television movies, beginning with his first Emmy for "The Price of Tomatoes" in 1961. His four other Emmys were for "Columbo."

He was married to pianist Alyce Mayo in 1960; they had two daughters, Jackie and Catherine, and divorced in 1976. The following year he married actress Shera Danese. They filed for divorce twice and reconciled each time.

When not working, Falk spent time in the garage of his Beverly Hills home. He had converted it into a studio where he created charcoal drawings. He took up art in New York when he was in the Simon play and one day happened into the Art Students League.

He recalled: "I opened a door and there she was, a nude model, shoulders back, a light from above, buck-ass naked. The female body is awesome. Believe me, I signed up right away."

Falk is survived by his wife Shera and his two daughters.


Associated Press Television Writers Lynn Elber and David Bauder, Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney and former writer Bob Thomas in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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Thursday, April 07, 2011

Got this e-mail from Kathy

Got this e-mail:
I received an email today from "Kathy Lagoli," (Google Link), with the subject: Jim's Little Blog/(here referencing my post about Katrin's new bed) and with the body of the post as follows:
Hey didn’t hear back from you, are you still in business ?

It came in my e-mail as a comment notification but the blog title had gotten scrambled some. I don't know why she picked on me but I do know from Google she has been targeting the blogs.
What she does is to leave a phone number in the second e-mail. One fellow said he actually called her. But he didn't mention his blog name or title so she stammered around a bit and hung up. He hasn't been able to contact her since.
From another blogger: "It DID get my attention simply because is one of my blogs and I had recently put up the privacy policy.. I ALMOST replied to see what I had missed but something just didn’t seem right. I did a quick google of her name and found tons of others who had gotten emails from her which make no sense. They weren’t all the same but they all followed the same pattern, mentioning their blogs in the subject line."

I don't see any harm in opening it or calling her. I am sure something sinister is going on here but nobody Google comes up with has any idea about that.

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Got this message, now ... [at least ... (we know now)] -- LaLa Land is found

Ever have an e-mail just disappear? The "To" person never got it. There is nothing in your sent box. It might have gone to Lala Land.
. .

That is the Funny Farm for missing computer stuff. Like "All the Gold is in Beverley Hills," "Many Missing Messages (MMM) are in Lala Land [Yahoo here]."

. . Just when I tried to send an e-mail I got this message on my screen. I determined that my message wasn't sent:

"Scheduled Maintenance

We are undertaking some essential, but extensive maintenance to improve Yahoo! Mail. During the maintenance period, some users may experience problems accessing Yahoo! Mail.We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

Your account is in great shape and we are working to have it available again as quickly as possible.

Yahoo! Mail Team"

Not really a problem because: [THESE WORK GOOD WITH WRITING BLOGS TOO]
1. I always do a 'Control C' copy before I send. If the message is long I do it several times. Then if Yahoo acts up I can paste into a new shell and send again.
2. Sometimes my message 'goes away.' Welcome to Lala Land. Again not a problem:
a. I've don't the trusty old 'Control C' copy and can paste a my message in a new shell.
b. I don't put the addresses in until I am ready to send. Especially where the message is long and I might not have saved things properly. At least this way a part message won't be going out.
c. When I put the addresses in I always put my own address into the "Bcc:" position.
3. Here, this time, it was Yahoo acting up. All of the above worked good. Nothing was lost except the first cut of my message. Where did it go? Into Lala Land.

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Sunday, September 05, 2010

Does Sarah Palin Really Hunt? - News Story - KSBW The Central Coast

Does Sarah Palin Really Hunt? - News Story - KSBW The Central Coast

Go to the article as there is a really neat CNN video about the whole matter.


It's one of Sarah Palin's claims to fame -- her reputation as a moose and caribou hunter.

But a magazine article published this week is challenging those claims.

Citing an unnamed longtime friend of the Palins, Vanity Fair's Michael Gross wrote the whole hunting thing is a big farce.

"That woman has never hunted," the friend said in the article. "The picture of her with the caribou she says she shot? She got out of the RV to pose for a picture. She never helps with the fishing either. It's all a joke."

Palin shot back on Sean Hannity's radio show.

"Impotent, limp and gutless reporters take anonymous sources and cite them," she said.

The 18-page piece also cites unnamed sources in alleging Palin is a terrible tipper and has a bad temper.

"As soon as she enters her property and the door closes, even the insects in that house cringe," one friend said. "She has a horrible temper, but she has gotten away with it because she is a pretty woman."

Copyright © 2010 CNN Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Got this e-mail, now ... [at least he is writing better now]

From: "Dany Ibrahim" Add sender to Contacts
To: undisclosed-recipients


Dear Friend,

I know that this message will come to you as a surprise. I am the Auditing and Accounting section manager with Bank of Africa, Ouagadougou Burkina faso. I Hope that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident that I am about to repose on you for the mutual benefit of our both families.

I need your urgent assistance in transferring the sum of ($15) Million US Dollars only to your account within 10 or 14 banking days. This money has been dormant for years in our Bank without claim.I want the bank to release the money to you as the nearest person to our deceased customer late Mr Andrew Eich who died along with his supposed next of kin in an air crash since 31st October 1999.I don't want the money to go into government treasury as an abandoned fund. So this is the reason why I am contacting you so that the bank can release the money to you as the next of kin to the deceased customer.

Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not interested.Upon receipt of your reply, I will give you full details on how the business will be executed and also note that you will have 30% of the above mentioned sum if you agree to handle this business with me. I am expecting your urgent response as soon as you receive my message.

Mr. Dany Ibrahim

Blogger Check Spelling thinks this pretty good. It did want Dany to spell his name with two N's. But so what? I will decline this one. I got not enough out of the others I don't need this one.

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Help wanted -- Employment Opportunities -- Fake?

Got another e-mail today (I think it is a fake or spam or phishing):

Date: Sat May 29 07:55:14 CDT 2010
From: "Thomas G. Boren" [Add To Address Book]
Subject: Re: Employment Opportunities

Re: Employment Opportunities

Southern Electric Company
125 Goshawks Rd
Chesterton, Essex CO2 9JT, UK
Registered in Scotland No.117110
VAT No-Go 5532 7696 03
Phone: +447045731647

A new job opening in your area, its a work from home/office position and you are not required to pay any registration fee or pay for any application form before you get employed.

Our Company seeks the service of a payment processor who would act as a medium of reaching our customers. If you choose to work with us, you do not need to quit your present job, or have problems with your employers as this is on a part time basis

1. Get/receive payment from clients/Customers.
2. Process Payments at your Bank.
3. Deduct 10% which is your commission/Payment on check cashed.
4. Forward the remaining 90% to the information that will be provided later on.

Kindly provide us with your basic personal info such as:
Full Name:
Contact Address:
Zip Code:
Phone Number:

Fill the above application so as to qualify you for the position.

Thomas S Boren.

If you get an e-mail using it may be Spam or worse. is a free hosting company. I Googled and got this informative site:

Here are the "R's." Please note that this recuritment offer is not listed:

Ricoh Security Agencies S.L
Rivers State Government International Lottery Program (George K. Alade, Susan Edafe)
Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust Charity Foundation
Royal Financial & Securities Services (MR.Trevor Baker, ROSEMARY WOODBRIDGE.)
ROYAL GAMES LOTTERY (Steve Henman / Martin Gardner)
ROYAL GLOBE SWEEPSTAKES (Mr. Jim Don, Mrs. Hilary Berkamp)
Royal International Lottery Promotion

Perhaps Mr. Boren ( will be on this list soon. At least he didn't ask for my SSN. Yet.

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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Another e-mail -- this one had a virus in the attachment

Got this e-mail today from our provider. It could have been bad news.

Of course I never open these attachments but then again you never know either.

Date: Tue May 4 15:03:17 CDT 2010
From: "Postal Manager Melanie Gabriel"
Subject: UPS Delivery Problem NR.6048713

WARNING!!! (from

The following message attachments were flagged by the antivirus scanner:

Attachment [2.2], virus infected: Mal/Koobface-E,Troj/BredoZp-S. Action taken: deleted

Dear customer!

We were not able to deliver the postal package sent on the 4th of January in time
because the recipient’s address is incorrect.
Please print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our department.

United Parcel Service of America.

VIRUS WARNING Message (from

The virus Mal/Koobface-E,Troj/BredoZp-S was detected in email attachment [2.2] The infected attachment has been deleted.


Friday, February 19, 2010

Got this e-mail, now ...

I am hurrying over to the FedEx office here right now. My e-mail giving instructions said what to do and I have complied. I have my laptop with me as they need a couple more references for me.

So if you could be my reference, please send me your full legal name, date and place of birth, your mother's maiden name, and a couple of your account numbers. They did ask for the Social Security numbers as well so if you feel comfortable with that you can send it too.

I don't know much else, I just need to hurry. They said they would contact someone else very soon if I had troubles helping with this case.

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Here is the e-mail I got:

Date: Thu Feb 18 19:57:01 CST 2010

FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001



Sorry for the late reply i was very busy all this with some investigation update i need to send to our department in Florida.

I want to use this means to let you know that our Internet department are doing there best to make sure they get all internet fraud organisation and get them arrested.

Remember my advice to you is very important to this transaction and you need to stick to my instruction ok.

there is a MasterCard ATM CARD which contain $20 Million usd and this include interest rate up till date and it was in your name and information and your daily limit withdraw is $10,000 once you start to use it in any bank ATM SYSTEM.









Dr.Linda Williams
J. Edgar Hoover Building 935
Pennsylvania Avenue,NW Washington,
D.C.20535-0001, USA


It bothers me a bit that the FedEx has moved into this tent. If any of yours has done that you might let me know. I suppose it's okay.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

Bentwater’s Thanksgiving Brunch menu

Bentwater’s Thanksgiving Brunch menu is a creation that requires good taste, expert culinary knowledge, and a passion for the finest ingredients available. Chef David is a master at all of these. He fine-tuned every dish that will make this year a Thanksgiving feast to remember.

Celebrating Thanksgiving at your club is a perfect way to sit back and enjoy the day without worrying about what to serve or who does the dishes. We invite you and your family to savor the flavors on November 26 at the Bentwater Country Club.

Thanksgiving Brunch Menu
Seating Begins at 11:00 a.m.


Puree of Pumpkin Soup

Cold Buffet

Traditional Ambrosia Salad

Cucumber Salad with Red Onions & Feta

Tossed Garden Salad With assorted Dressings

Sliced Fresh Fruit Presentation
With poppy seed sauce

Shrimp Slide Ice Carving
Smoked Salmon & Shrimp Cocktail Display
With All the Traditional Sauces, Condiments & Toast Points

Hot Buffet

Chef Carved Honey Glazed Country Ham
Apple-Mango Chutney, Course Grain Mustard

Slow Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey
Giblet Gravy and Homemade Cranberry Sauce

New England Style Oyster Stuffing

Grandma Dearstyne’s Sausage Stuffing

Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Smashed Yukon Gold Potatoes

With Roasted Garlic, Sour Cream, and Chives

Southern Succotash

Vegetable Medley

Green Bean Casserole
Fried Onions

Assorted Rolls and Fresh Baked Breads

Traditional Pumpkin Pie
Boston Cream Pie
Pecan & Bourbon Pie
Cherry Cobbler

Children’s Menu
Chicken Fingers
Macaroni & Cheese
Glazed Baby Carrots

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Sarah Palin's new book

FACT CHECK: Palin's book goes rogue on some facts

By CALVIN WOODWARD Associated Press Writer The Associated Press
Saturday, November 14, 2009 1:57 AM EST (link)

"WASHINGTON (AP) — reprises familiar claims from the 2008 presidential campaign that haven't become any truer over time.
Ignoring substantial parts of her record if not the facts, she depicts herself as a frugal traveler on the taxpayer's dime, a reformer without ties to powerful interests and a politician roguishly indifferent to high ambition.

Palin goes adrift, at times, on more contemporary issues, too. She criticizes President Barack Obama for pushing through a bailout package that actually was achieved by his Republican predecessor George W. Bush — a package she seemed to support at the time.

A look at some of her statements in 'Going Rogue,' obtained by The Associated Press in advance of its release Tuesday:"

Check the link to finish the article or borrow the book for your own interpretation. I wouldn't buy it myself.


Monday, July 27, 2009

Another meme -- Jim's Sunday Stealing, from last week's list -- 001

I pulled this post (modified it greatly) from it's original posting on Jim's Little Blog of Sunday, July 26, 2009. (link) To preserve the original meme in full I have copied it over here to this blog. After all I did work hard on the meme and it should (??) be preserved.

I ask for your indulgence my care and feeding of my blogs.

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"We" ripped this meme off a blogger known as Arnab Chakreborty from the blog The Heretic. He does not say where he got it from. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: The Heretic Meme

(Note: a few are missing as I didn't care for the questions.)

2. Where was the last place you went out to eat?
The cafeteria at the Houston Methodist Hospital in the Houston Medical Center.

3. What was the last alcoholic beverage you consumed?
A third of a glass of red wine.

4. Which do you prefer - eyes or lips?
Don't know what this is talking about! It might be something scary??

5. Medicine, fine arts, or law?
All of the above, cars, blogging, and golf too!

6. Best kind of pizza?
Any kind from Joe's Pizza and Pasta of Conroe, Texas.

7. What is in store for your future?
More of this very enjoyable retirement. Of course I am pretty old, someday, well ...

8. Who was the last band you saw live?
Lyle Lovett (link)

9. Do you take care of your friends while they are sick?
Of course, Mrs. Jim and the dogs. I help with others.

10. How many songs are on your iPod?
I don't have an iPod.

11. Where is the last place you drove to?
A bank in The Woodlands, Texas.

12. Where did your last kiss take place?
In The Woodlands when I kissed Mrs. Jim goodbye. She stayed overnight to help and play with Baby KP.

13. What were you doing at 11:59 PM on Monday night?
Watching Jeopardy on TV.

14. Are you a quitter?
Only when I get too tired and have to go to bed.

15. Who was the last person you had in your house?
Mrs. Jim let the man who mows our lawn in for a Coke while she wrote him a check.

15. What do you think about people who party a lot?

17. What was the last CD you purchased?
Willie Nelson.

18. What are two bands or singers that you will always love?
Just heard Judy Collins last night on Letterman singing 'Some Day Soon.'

19. Which of the seven deadly sins are you guilty of?
I forgot what most of them are. I try to avoid gluttony.

20. How is your last ex doing?
As far as I know she is retired and living well forever after.

Thanks to Judd of his
Sunday Stealing blog. You can get his prompts there if you want to do it or read others from his list.

I will be using the week's before list, when I do this, because I don't have time on Sundays to be writing on this blog for the current one. My other blog takes all the spare Sunday time I have tending my little poem on my One Single Impression posting. (

Credit also to Hootin' Anni of Corpus Christi. She got me going. (
link)(or her blog on Sundays, not all come up on the link)

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Saturday, May 30, 2009

End your e-mail problems!

I am passing this little gem along, you may wish to use these folks.


Got this e-mail today:

Date: Sat May 30 10:30:07 CDT 2009
From: "Email Service"
Subject: Message Alert To: Undisclosed recipients: ;
E-mail Services

Dear Valued Customer,

We have just updated our E-mail SSL Server. This E-mail has been put on a Secure server. Kindly click on the " View My E-mail " link stated below in order to read it:

Read My E-mail

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Friday, April 03, 2009

I'm sharing this for your benefit too -- my lottery winnings

Since I am one of the "Undisclosed-recipeients" I am just putting this on for anyone and everyone to share in my winnings. Just say "Jim sent you" or claim to be one of these "Undisclosed-recipeients."

Here's what I got:

Good News!!!Friday, April 3, 2009 5:21 AM
From: "Canadian Lottery Promotions" Add sender to ContactsTo: undisclosed-recipientsYour e-mail address has made, you a winner of 2,500,000GBP in the Canadian
Lottery Promotion.

Contact our (BRITISH AGENT) for more details.
Name: Mr. Castle Trevor Allan
E-mail:trevorallan24@gala.neta (I added the "a" to foil

the robot e-mail spammers)

Thank you.

Mrs. Patricia atkins (Lotto Co-ordinator)

This message was sent using IMP, the Internet Messaging Program.

Enjoy. I do like the IMP, have you tried it?

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Friday, December 12, 2008

i & k



Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Curtain Call

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These curtains did reach the ground but I wanted closer up pictures.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Single Black Female

Got this e-mail this morning! From a friend, I thought he had gone WHACKY!

Fwd: Single Black Female
Wednesday, November 26, 2008 10:37 PM
To: A Bunch
Forwarded Message: Single Black Female
Message contains attachments

This has to be one of the best singles ads ever printed.
It is reported t
o have been listed in the Atlanta Journal.

SINGLE BLACK FEMALE seeks male companionship, ethnicity unimportant. I'm a very good girl who LOVES to play. I love long walks in the woods, riding in your pickup truck, hunting, camping and fishing trips, cozy winter nights lying by the fire. Candlelight dinners will have me eating out of your hand. I'll be at the front door when you get home from work, wearing only what nature gave me. Call (404) 875-6420 and ask for Daisy. I'll be waiting....

Please scroll down

Over 15,000 men found themselves talking to the Atlanta Humane Society

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Foolish Courage, a poem

This poem was originally written for the week of November 16, 2008 (link) as fulfillment of One Single Impression prompt word, courage. I decided I did not like this poem posted there and did not wish it to be discarded or put into draft so I threw it over here.

A new poem on the prompt (courage) awaits on JIM'S LITTLE PHOTO SHOP for another problem poem on courage.

Foolish Courage
The End
? ? ?

now this is what they say
'it takes courage' you've heard
it'll work every day

dangerous chances nay nay
just a little courage
will go a long long way

no simple one has sinned
you watch I'll take my chance
foolishness to the wind

you loathsome devil you
o' strong disastrous son
kill my mom not her due

down I'll step right away
the ledge invites me so
die alone 'nother day

Copyright © 2008 Jimmiehov. All Rights Reserved

Thursday, October 02, 2008

P...E...T...A...turns bad!

Media Center > News Releases

The Breast Is Best! PETA Asks Ben & Jerry's to Dump Dairy and Go With Human Milk Instead

For Immediate Release:
September 23, 2008

Ashley Byrne 757-622-7382

Burlington, Vt. - This morning, PETA dispatched a letter to Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, cofounders of ice cream icon Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc., urging them to replace the cow's milk in their products with human breast milk. PETA's request comes in the wake of news reports that a Swiss restaurant owner will begin purchasing breast milk from nursing mothers and substituting breast milk for 75 percent of the cow's milk in the food he serves. PETA points out to Cohen and Greenfield that such a move on their part would lessen the suffering of dairy cows and their babies on factory farms and benefit human health at the same time.

"The fact that human adults consume huge quantities of dairy products made from milk that was meant for a baby cow just doesn't make sense," says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. "Everyone knows that 'the breast is best,' so Ben & Jerry's could do consumers and cows a big favor by making the switch to breast milk."

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PETA's letter to Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield follows.

September 23, 2008

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, Cofounders
Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc.

Dear Mr. Cohen and Mr. Greenfield,

On behalf of PETA and our more than 2 million members and supporters, I'd like to bring your attention to an innovative new idea from Switzerland that would bring a unique twist to Ben and Jerry's. Storchen restaurant is set to unveil a menu that includes soups, stews, and sauces made with at least 75 percent breast milk procured from human donors who are paid in exchange for their milk. If Ben and Jerry's replaced the cow's milk in its ice cream with breast milk, your customers--and cows--would reap the benefits.

Using cow's milk for your ice cream is a hazard to your customer's health. Dairy products have been linked to juvenile diabetes, allergies, constipation, obesity, and prostate and ovarian cancer. The late Dr. Benjamin Spock, America's leading authority on child care, spoke out against feeding cow's milk to children, saying it may play a role in anemia, allergies, and juvenile diabetes and in the long term, will set kids up for obesity and heart disease--America's number one cause of death.

Animals will also benefit from the switch to breast milk. Like all mammals, cows only produce milk during and after pregnancy, so to be able to constantly milk them, cows are forcefully impregnated every nine months. After several years of living in filthy conditions and being forced to produce 10 times more milk than they would naturally, their exhausted bodies are turned into hamburgers or ground up for soup.

And of course, the veal industry could not survive without the dairy industry. Because male calves can't produce milk, dairy farmers take them from their mothers immediately after birth and sell them to veal farms, where they endure 14 to17 weeks of torment chained inside a crate so small that they can't even turn around.

The breast is best! Won't you give cows and their babies a break and our health a boost by switching from cow's milk to breast milk in Ben and Jerry's ice cream? Thank you for your consideration.


Tracy Reiman
Executive Vice President

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