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 A new way to play with your food?

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6star

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A new way to play with your food? Mon, 02/6/06 11:47 AM (permalink)
I spotted this article today. It looks like it could get addictive.

http://apnews.excite.com/article/20060206/D8FJGLSG6.html
 
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    Michael Hoffman

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    RE: A new way to play with your food? Mon, 02/6/06 12:14 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by 6star

    I spotted this article today. It looks like it could get addictive.

    http://apnews.excite.com/article/20060206/D8FJGLSG6.html

    Oh, that's really cruel. Gotta find me one of those.
     
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      Sundancer7

      RE: A new way to play with your food? Mon, 02/6/06 12:20 PM (permalink)
      I ws at a restaurant in Lafayette, Louisian (Prejean's) who had one of those devices. I spentTen bucks and never even came close to catching one. It is fun but the lobster in evasive. Believe me, they do not hold still.

      Paul E. Smith
      Knoxvillle, TN
       
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        Ashphalt

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        RE: A new way to play with your food? Mon, 02/6/06 12:24 PM (permalink)
        That's horrible!

        What a waste of good lobster fat and richness making them exercise like that.
         
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          berndog

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          RE: A new way to play with your food? Mon, 02/6/06 12:52 PM (permalink)
          Interesting idea, and PETA doesn't like it? Maybe some places should set up dunking tanks with PETA members as the dunkee's. "Take a dip, save a lobster." Heck, most people I know would pay more than $2 to dip a PETA person.
           
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            Scorereader

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            RE: A new way to play with your food? Tue, 02/7/06 10:57 AM (permalink)
            My wife's family in Providence, RI would have lobster races in the kitchen before we cooked 'em.

             
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              roossy90

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              RE: A new way to play with your food? Wed, 02/8/06 8:05 PM (permalink)
              They just had an article in the Portland (Maine) Press about this guy that makes them. He says he is getting harrassed by the PETA folk, but doesnt care.
              Maybe the same article as the one locally as on that link.
              LOL
               
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