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WITandWISDOM(tm) - February 25, 1998
There's always something to be thankful for. If you can't pay your bills, you can be thankful you are not one of your creditors. - Quips & Quotes, E. C. McKenzie
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
Our church parking lot needs a sign: "For Praying Customers Only." by Byard Parks
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
WINDOWS 95 ERROR CODES - Part 1 of 3
Recently the following undocumented Windows 95 error-codes were found. Microsoft forgot to explain them in the manuals, so they will be spread via the Internet:
WinErr: 001 Windows loaded: System in danger.
WinErr: 002 No Error: Yet.
WinErr: 003 Dynamic linking error: Your mistake is now in every file.
WinErr: 004 Erroneous error: Nothing is wrong.
WinErr: 005 Multitasking attempted: System confused.
WinErr: 006 Malicious error: Desqview found on drive.
WinErr: 007 System price error: Inadequate money spent on hardware.
WinErr: 008 Broken window: Watch out for glass fragments.
WinErr: 009 Horrible bug encountered: Only God knows what has happened.
WinErr: 00A Promotional literature overflow: Mailbox full.
WinErr: 00B Inadequate disk space: Free at least 50MB.
WinErr: 00C Memory hog error: More Ram needed. More! More! More!...
WinErr: 00D Window closed: Do not look outside.
WinErr: 00E Window open: Do not look inside.
WinErr: 00F Unexplained error: Please tell us how this happened.
WinErr: 010 Reserved for future mistakes by our developers.
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~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
These come from Tyler, a young friend who lives in Louisville, OH.
What flowers grow between your nose and your chin? .... Tulips.
What did the t.v. say to the other t.v.? ... I think somebody is watching us.
What has four eyes and runs south? ... The Mississippi river.
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On the morning of March 29, 1848, tourists visiting Niagara Falls woke to an eerie silence. Outside they found that the falls had dried up, leaving the rock bare with only a few pools of water in the riverbed below. High winds and huge ice floes had blocked Lake Erie's outlet to the river, cutting of the river's supply of water. About thirty hours after the falls stopped, the dam broke and a tremendous rush of water roared down the empty lake bed. Niagara hasn't stopped flowing since!
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