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Spam problem in fridge

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Spam problem in fridge

With the "Internet of things" it looks like Spam email can get worse. a BBC report.  Next we'll see your fridge calling Tesco's Home Delivery when it thinks the milk is a bit low. The question is will such devices have built-in shopping preferences?
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

Cool "Unexpected item in fridging area"
TORPC
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

"Please remove unexpected item and, ask a member of staff for assistance"  Wink Cheesy
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

Is this another version of " cold calling "  ? ? ?  Roll eyes
TORPC
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

A cold trail or scent is one which is old and therefore difficult to follow.  Cheesy
Not the 1st time the not so innocent fridge has been involved  Cheesy
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Cold calling
20 June 2008
The fridge is the most popular tool to send messages between family members.

http://ertonline.co.uk/Default.aspx.LocID-05nnew1m7.RefLocID-05n04600g.Lang-EN.htm
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Cold Crime: Jell-O Stolen From Work Fridge Sparks Police Call
by BILL CHAPPELL
October 21, 2013 6:11 PM

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/10/21/239291101/cold-crime-jell-o-stolen-from-work-fridge-s...
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

Obviously,.... your sense of smell is defunct...... have you never smelled (?) milk that has "gone off"..  Huh
198kHz
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

Once opened, Spam should be in the fridge.
Not young enough to know everything
TORPC
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Re: Spam problem in fridge

I think I might of found the possible culprit