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I’m trying to give clean its rightful place in society,” said Don Aslett, whose name graces the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho. Aslett, who owns a multinational cleaning business, has spent six years and $6 million of his own money to open the museum in a 80,000-square-foot, six story building in his hometown.
With the new year comes the promise of new wonders, yet unborn, that will dazzle our eyeballs into the distracted-driver danger zone. Here’s a brief look at some of the anticipated highlights for 2010 — and remember that every year also brings dozens of unexpected new attractions.
If the glamour mannequins at the Oasis Bordello Museum are to believed — and why shouldn’t they be? — all of its resident prostitutes were model-perfect proportioned.
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