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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #c46(6/11/2006)

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Managers of Scotland's Edinburgh Castle smear the walls with a mixture of rancid milk and orange peel to keep graffiti from adhering to the stone!

Rosco, an American bulldog, chewed open the lock on his cage and climbed a 7-foot-wall topped with barbed wire to escape from the Virginia Beach Animal Control Center on April 4, 2006!

In 1816, the Times of London attacked the waltz as a corrupting and devastating influence of morality!

< TASK > Answer the questions.

(1) What do the managers of the castle do to keep graffiti from adhering to the stone?

(2) How did the bulldog open his cage?

(3) Who attacked the waltz as a corrupting and devastating influence on morality?

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