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Sep 4, 2012

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LOST JAPANESE HARLEY WASHED UP ON CANADIAN SHORES

THIS HARLEY LOST IN THE JAPANESE TSUNAMI JUST WASHED UP ON A CANADIAN BEACH


A Canadian beachcomber made an unexpected find along British Columbia's Pacific Coast on April 18. Debris from Japan's tragic tsunami a year ago have only recently begun washing up on North America's west coast. Like on April 18th, when Peter Mark found a white container with a Harley Davidson inside of it.
The now rusted and seaweed caked boulevard cruiser sported license tags from Miyagi Prefecture, one of the areas most ravaged by the tsunami. Mark, who was riding his ATV on a remote stretch of beach on Graham Island off the coast of British Columbia, spotted the large white box laying in the sand. 



Crazy but S-weet!  Finders... Keepers.. oh!  Wait!  They found the owner a year later...
Check out the story (Owner of Harley Davidson washed up on Canadian shore from Japan Tsunami is tracked down (and he wants his bike back)) after watching the video!


 
 
 


 

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Scorned Husband in Jealous Spray

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A FURIOUS husband has taken public revenge on his wife's admirer in an unlikely place -- his rival's garage door.
A Reddit user with the screen name igotskraped posted a photo of a garage attached to a house in Illinois, tagged with a very clear message in red spray paint: "Don't e-mail my wife!!!!"
The scorned spouse added on the smaller side entrance: "Stop now".
The images were shared a month ago. There has been no update on this very public love triangle.

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