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Old 12-12-2008, 05:07 AM   #41
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You go Pacanis - Love your answer.

Jeeks - It certainly does, dosen,t it.

Typical DC - A lot of good information, some honest opinion and a thread of fun running through it.

BTW - Who layed on the bottom to watch what lobsters do with their shells after they molt?

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Old 12-12-2008, 11:30 AM   #42
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Well - all this lobster talk + the NYT's article re: lower prices had me lusting for them, so this morning I bought 2 at our local WalMart (forgot that we do actually have 2 supermarkets rather than just one that carry live lobster - WalMart, as well as Giant).

Turns out not only were they a few dollars lower ($11.00/pound down from $14.00/pound a few weeks ago), but they must have just gotten this bunch in (from Canada) as they were shooting around the tank like rockets instead of just sitting on the bottom like slugs. So I now have 2 of the devils sitting in a box in the fridge awaiting their boiled & lemon-buttered fate - lol!! Also picked up some stuffed deviled crab while I was at it to enjoy as a starter.

Thanks a lot guys - like my wallet really needed this right now - lol!!!
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