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TITLE: Recipe for Fried Spam (not the meat) served cold
By dee smith
11/07/11
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Unfortunately I had this idea after submitting a serious article in the challenge. I enjoyed this one so much more. Live and learn
Recipe for Fried Spam (not the meat) served cold.
Be sure to follow all directions carefully.
Purchase a laptop. Plug it in. Go on-line. Visit as many sites as you can, be sure to leave your email address. Sit back and wait. Check your email account. Spam should be arriving in minutes now.
Aw, there it is. Try to delete it. Try to report it. Nothing will stop it. Now you know why it is best served fried and cold.
To fry the spam you will need an electrical storm. Be sure your laptop is not connected to a surge protector as this will prevent frying. Open your email and pull up all the spam you can find. Highlight all the entries. Leave the laptop open and on in the electrical storm. When you hear a loud bang you know the spam is fried (so is the computer, but the spam is now under control) . Return the cold fried spam and the laptop to the computer store.
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