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+ - SPAM: Scan, Clean & Tune Up Your PC Free Life Time Updates & Support

Submitted by zhubaobao
zhubaobao (2956439) writes "Scans and removes almost all junk files from system to provide more free space on your hard drive and allow applications to run faster and more efficiently. This tool will help to keep your system free of clutter and clean up all the unwanted data and information.Deletes empty registry keys Deletes empty registry keys will make your PC run more and more smoth. The empty registry keys are unvaluable and they increase the weight of your registry data."
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+ - SPAM: FBI and Gardner Museum Seeking Recovery of Stolen Art

Submitted by zhubaobao
zhubaobao (2956439) writes "The FBI, along with Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office, is asking the public for help in recovering artwork stolen from the museum more than two decades ago in what remains the largest property crime in U.S. history. Officials hope to get the attention of those who might have or know the whereabouts of the 13 stolen works of art—including rare paintings by Rembrandt and Vermeer—by publicly offering a $5 million reward."
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+ - SPAM: Baaad news, sheep, this plant is about to bloom and wants to eat you

Submitted by zhubaobao
zhubaobao (2956439) writes "This plant is 10 feet of spiky, spiny nightmare fuel, especially if you're a sheep. The Chilean Puya chilensis is known as the sheep-eating plant because it does exactly that: It traps sheep in its razor-sharp spines, patiently waits for them to die, then feeds on their rotting carcasses. One greenhouse-raised Puya chilensis is just days from blooming for the first time in 15 years."
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+ - SPAM: 10 Strange Wedding Traditions

Submitted by zhubaobao
zhubaobao (2956439) writes "What's the strangest thing you've seen at a wedding? A drunken best man? An unusual theme? A few seriously bad dancers? Such occurrences might be surprising, but they're hardly tradition. Some cultures, however, have wedding customs that make an inebriated groomsman seem passé."
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