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Sniper
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   Posted 5/5/2010 12:01 PM (GMT -7)   
 Thinking about heading east to help out with the oil clean up. Have to get me some pelican bars from the Pelican creamery. Some Turtle wax to put a shine back on the sea turtles. Some alligator zip lock bags from Glad, most of all some Viagra. I see on TV that that Viagra is good for the ,,Reptile dysfunction .
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.


nawlinscate
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   Posted 5/5/2010 2:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Don't forget some New Egret deodorant, a few manaT-shirts, mussel relaxants, a sandpiper lorry (for carrying sick birds to safety), some fishnets, sealing wax (to put the shine back on the seals), clam's-wool, and a couple of good terns.

Sniper
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   Posted 5/5/2010 6:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Geeeez Nawlins, maybe you should meet me there and bring all that stuff I forgot. Perhaps bring a muffalata too. Not for the animals, for me. I haven't had a good one in a while . I'll share .....
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.


nawlinscate
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   Posted 5/5/2010 9:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Sounds like a deal! Muffalatas should be ok. Don't know how long we'll have swimp or erster poboys, though.

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   Posted 5/6/2010 5:29 AM (GMT -7)   
Them swimps is already starting to be in short supply and I dont think I would eat ersters right now, even the radiated ones, and even if there is an R in the month. Good thing the crawfish are starting to have some size to them. My friend the wildlife agent is in Venice and tells me they are having trouble getting the oil booms because Miss. and Fla. have bought them all up to save the white sand beaches. Trouble is the sand can be cleaned but not the marshes. Once the stuff is on shore we be,, you know what . Guess if that happens I will ride over to Nawlins and drown my sorrows at the St Charles Tavern .Hmmmm, that may not be there anymore either . I'm depressed...
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.


nawlinscate
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   Posted 5/6/2010 2:23 PM (GMT -7)   
I was doing ok until today's reports that oil has reached the Chandeleur Islands. I guess I hoped that the spill would suddenly disappear--or be blown to Virginia--before it reached our wetlands. Because of my CD, I haven't had an alcoholic drink since 1999, but this afternoon I'm really really missing something with a heck of a kick to it. My prescription hydrocodone isn't quite the same when it comes to drowning sorrows . . . and thinking about drowning wildlife.

St. Charles Tavern will still be there--but you may have to get a potato poboy instead (sigh). skull skull skull

Sniper
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   Posted 5/6/2010 8:48 PM (GMT -7)   
Yep Nawlins , had to stop drinking myself though I do imbibe on rare occasions. I'm still hoping for the best when it comes to the oil but must admit it does not look good. I was told BP plans to raise the rig that sank, to find out what happened. I'm no expert on oil drilling but my money is on bad cement. For the well to blow out I think the cement used to hold the pressure down was somehow defective. Would not be surprised to see BP sue some other company for that reason. Remember , you heard it here first. Meanwhile they are using a diff type of boom to soak up the oil now and maybe that will do a better job. Maybe we could get all the politicians in a boat just south of the spill. That should turn things around because they really su--. Yeh , you know its true.
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.


Sniper
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   Posted 5/7/2010 7:24 AM (GMT -7)   
Oh a brighter note , perhaps this is the answer to the nutria problem ...
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.


nawlinscate
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   Posted 5/7/2010 6:57 PM (GMT -7)   
As they discovered years ago, we New Orleanians will eat anything. We'll suck heads and pinch tails and eat every kind of weird thing that swims or crawls. But no way will we eat nutria, with their ratlike tail and their nasty orange fangs. It'shard to understand exactly why, when we'll cheerfully munch on all that other stuff. They tried to make us like it, a couple of decades ago, with all of our famous restaurants serving nutria, accompanied by a lot of fanfare and hype. It didn't work. Only the Japanese will eat them. Jefferson Parish does better, by presenting a bounty for every nutria tail that you turn in.

I hate to say this, but I think some of our native residents would probably eat deep-fried roaches before they'd eat nutria.

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   Posted 5/7/2010 9:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Actually I like it. Made into sausage its very good but the trouble here is between the gators and the floods we dont have as many as you guys do and I dont get to eat them much. I use to trap them long ago when fur was in fashion, but never ate them . Then one day someone gave me some sausage made with them and I have liked them ever sense. I think the big drawback comes from the name nutria (rat), and theres the rub. But I have eaten odder things when I was hungry. Please hold the deep-fried roaches though.
If we would read the secret history of our enemies,we would find in each mans life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.

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