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The Lobster Memorial

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  • #2
    I'm in New Jersey for a couple of weeks. A local store advertised 1 1/4 pound lobsters for $5.99. Back home it's $10 for 3-4 ounce frozen lobsters. Sure wish I had a kitchen in my hotel room... I'd of done my part if I'd had a way to prepare them while here
    Tall Timbers, Imperfect but forgiven

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    • #3
      Do you think the great delusion has already begun? I do.
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      • #4
        Itís hilarious!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Accepted View Post
          Itís hilarious!
          Well, this morning after I posted this I went into the bathroom where hubby was showering and as he usually does he asks if there was anything in the news. So, I told him that PETA wanted to place a memorial to the dead lobsters that died on the road in Maine. For a moment there was silence. And then my husband says "Why would your cousin Peter have anything to do with lobsters in Maine...he lives in New Jersey". For a moment there was silence. Then I told him that it had noting to do with my cousin Peter but PETA. Another moment of silence...and then we broke down into hysterical laughter. Sent the article to my cousin Peter and told him about the conversation and he got a good laugh!!!

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          • #6
            I take it you speak with a New Englander's accent? Your post gave me a good laugh this morning.....thanks! And, when I read your posts from now on, I will hear your words with that accent!

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            • #7
              Well, it was announced late yesterday that the State of Maine had refused to grant PETA the approval for the Lobster Memorial...wanna bet California would have approved it???!!!

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              • #8
                So, were the lobsters personal friends or relatives of theirs?


                Take one and pass it on!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Cloud Watcher View Post
                  So, were the lobsters personal friends or relatives of theirs?
                  They represent what the PETA people someday hope to evolve to....
                  --------Eric H. Bowen

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                  • #10
                    PETA's ad slogan is "I'm ME, not Meat" -- I reckon this is just another form of rebellion against God's established order, and thus Him.

                    He already told "Peta" to rise up, kill and eat. (Too funny about your cousin, Sunshine! #5 )

                    But it is just more of the "has God said" mess, re-packed and sold to the masses via emotionalism. IMHO.

                    Animals may be individuals, but us people, were created above them. They shouldn't be ill-treated, but God put them here for us. He put the whole planet here for us, and heating, cooling, whatever, He will sustain all things until His purpose and Will have been suited. To elevate animals to human status is basically saying you know better than God. You're above him. That won't fly.

                    Maybe there will be a day when we don't eat animals anymore, but until God says quit eating them, I'll be helping keep Kingsford in business as best I can, Lord willing.


                    TallTimbers: DW and I took our 24th Ann trip to the beach last week. Coleman camp stove and a steamer basket, the hotel didn't have a kitchenette unit for us. We ate our fill of fresh shrimp for far less than we would have paid down the street at the restaurant, and we had it just like we wanted and as much of it, from the comfort of our balcony overlooking the beach.



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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by pixelpusher;n1707753
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                      TallTimbers:[/B] DW and I took our 24th Ann trip to the beach last week. Coleman camp stove and a steamer basket, the hotel didn't have a kitchenette unit for us. We ate our fill of fresh shrimp for far less than we would have paid down the street at the restaurant, and we had it just like we wanted and as much of it, from the comfort of our balcony overlooking the beach.
                      Yummy. That sounds delightful!


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