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1 posted on 02/28/2004 9:09:49 AM PST by UnklGene
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Don't just stand there, dammit, get me some butter sauce!
2 posted on 02/28/2004 9:11:54 AM PST by dangus
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Idiotic enviromentalists. Get every spare boat out there and start catching them. They can send the surplus to us!
3 posted on 02/28/2004 9:14:37 AM PST by TheSpottedOwl (Until Kofi Annan rides the Jerusalem RTD....nothing will change.)
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I hear crabs are a big problem in the Russian military as well, and they're spreading.
5 posted on 02/28/2004 9:16:51 AM PST by Batrachian
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"Served with bread, butter, lemon and mayonnaise, the taste and texture of the crab meat is comparable with that of the finest lobster."

And that will be the death of them!

6 posted on 02/28/2004 9:17:34 AM PST by Abcdefg
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To: UnklGene

YUM!!!
7 posted on 02/28/2004 9:17:39 AM PST by adamj
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At present, some Norwegian fishermen have been granted seasonal licences to catch the Kamchatka crab but stiff regulations on the size of the boat used and other criteria mean they are few in number.

As usual, government is the problem. Why is it so hard to approve unlimited harvesting of these crabs? Who do the fisherman need to pay off to get this done?

8 posted on 02/28/2004 9:18:28 AM PST by 07055
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Mmmmmm... I assume these aren't Alaskan king crabs. Too bad.... they're deliscious.
9 posted on 02/28/2004 9:18:38 AM PST by Schattie (-censored-)
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To: UnklGene; aculeus; general_re; BlueLancer; Poohbah; hellinahandcart; Thinkin' Gal
After harsh interrogation, Stalinist invaders meet their end.
11 posted on 02/28/2004 9:20:43 AM PST by dighton
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Served with bread, butter, lemon and mayonnaise, the taste and texture of the crab meat is comparable with that of the finest lobster.

Typical! Euroweenies just don't understand that FREE ENTERPRISE could take care of this problem very easily.

What a problem, having hordes of $10/LB critters advancing on you.

13 posted on 02/28/2004 9:22:18 AM PST by AmericaUnited
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If they taste good, no problem! Let's organize an expedition!
15 posted on 02/28/2004 9:26:02 AM PST by luvbach1 (In the know on the border)
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"This animal has no natural predators and it's an alien species in the Barents Sea. That's why its numbers are exploding."

Silly person.

Humans are natural predators!

16 posted on 02/28/2004 9:26:48 AM PST by G.Mason (The trouble with practical jokes is that very often they get elected -- Will Rogers)
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Energised by a mysterious population explosion a decade ago...

What did Bush know and when did he know it?

18 posted on 02/28/2004 9:27:19 AM PST by TADSLOS (Right Wing Infidel since 1954)
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The animal's legs are considered a delicacy and fetch top dollar in Japan and America. Even in Oslo, consumers pay around 200 Norwegian kronor (£15) a pound. Served with bread, butter, lemon and mayonnaise, the taste and texture of the crab meat is comparable with that of the finest lobster. One leg is enough to provide a grown man with a filling meal.

Threat, my eye! This is one invasion I fully endorse!

19 posted on 02/28/2004 9:30:04 AM PST by Snuffington
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They can't decide what to do? how moronic do you have to be in Norway before you realize that you need to get a big boat out there and start catching and selling these things?
20 posted on 02/28/2004 9:31:40 AM PST by Smocker
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OK, I am now officially Hungry and ready to do my part to save Europe from this horrible sciurge. Pass the butter, and lets get to saving!
22 posted on 02/28/2004 9:33:09 AM PST by commish (Freedom Tastes Sweetest to Those Who Have Fought to Preserve It)
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I have the Old Bay and a huge pot.

Somebody else bring the corn.
24 posted on 02/28/2004 9:35:36 AM PST by OpusatFR (Kerrycrats are the Know-Nothings oDQe 21st Century)
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Man! I could sell a *hitload of those things in Fresno!
25 posted on 02/28/2004 9:35:49 AM PST by stboz
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32 posted on 02/28/2004 9:52:30 AM PST by Lady Jag (It's in the bag)
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To: UnklGene; snippy_about_it

33 posted on 02/28/2004 9:53:01 AM PST by SAMWolf (I even have boring dreams...I fall asleep in my sleep!)
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In the 1990s, for reasons nobody quite understands, the population exploded.

Global Warming? Global Cooling?

36 posted on 02/28/2004 10:02:26 AM PST by Calamari (Pass enough laws and everyone is guilty of something.)
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