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Maine has record lobster harvest

PORTLAND, Maine – Preliminary figures show Maine fishermen caught a record 93.4 million pounds of lobster in 2010 valued at more than $308 million.

The Department of Marine Resources said the harvest of Maine's signature seafood broke the previous record of 81.2 million pounds, set in 2009.

The value of the catch was the third-highest on record. The top year was 2005, when the harvest was worth $317.9 to lobstermen.

Lobstermen averaged $3.31 a pound for their catch, representing a 14 percent increase from a year earlier.

Officials said the overall seafood harvest in Maine last year totaled 245.3 million pounds valued at $448.7 million. The catch was up 14 million pounds from 2009, while the value of the catch increased about $120 million.

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Maine has record lobster harvest

PORTLAND, Maine – Preliminary figures show Maine fishermen caught a record 93.4 million pounds of lobster in 2010 valued at more than $308 million.

The Department of Marine Resources said the harvest of Maine's signature seafood broke the previous record of 81.2 million pounds, set in 2009.

The value of the catch was the third-highest on record. The top year was 2005, when the harvest was worth $317.9 to lobstermen.

Lobstermen averaged $3.31 a pound for their catch, representing a 14 percent increase from a year earlier.

Officials said the overall seafood harvest in Maine last year totaled 245.3 million pounds valued at $448.7 million. The catch was up 14 million pounds from 2009, while the value of the catch increased about $120 million.

A lot of them were lobsters displaced by the Gulf oil spill

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A lot of them were lobsters displaced by the Gulf oil spill

Doubt it. Gulf lobsters would die of hypothermia off the Maine coast. Ever tried swimming there? :whistle:


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Doubt it. Gulf lobsters would die of hypothermia off the Maine coast. Ever tried swimming there? :whistle:

Lobsters can thrive in many different enviroments

Lobster Tale (Source: The Internet)One morning at around 5am, 22 year old Susan DeLucci of Kittery, Maine, woke up with a painful need to urinate. She wobbled to the toilet and upon sitting on it, her ####### erupted with a burning tide of muck. She screamed wildly, and the neighbors called the police. When medics arrived they found Ms. DeNucci lying unconscious on the floor of her bathroom. Running down her leg was a stream of brown and green syrup.

In order to transfer her to a stretcher, the medic lifted her left leg to straighten her body out, exposing her #######, at which point a creature no larger than a fingertip wormed its way out of her genitals and landed on the floor with a wet popping sound. Shocked, the medic stared at the creature that was lying on the tile bathroom floor in a casing of mucus. It was a tiny mud-shrimp. The horrified medic turned to the toilet as he felt nausea setting in, but found that the entire toilet bowl was boiling with baby brown mud-shrimp, flipping and splashing at a furious pace.

It is believed by police that two nights before the accident she had purchased a live lobster at a fish market. While lying in a tub, she inserted the creature's tail into her ####### to derive physical pleasure, holding a lighter under the creature's head causing it to flip its tail in a violent snapping motion. The medics found a lesbian porno video in the VCR and the TV was positioned on a table in front of the tub.

Ms DeLucci later died of a combination of shock and head injuries sustained when she collapsed. The lobster was found in the kitchen garbage can wrapped in a paper bag. Traces of her DNA were found on the lobster along with pubic hairs that had wedged themselves between the lobsters' tail joints. The lobster's head was lightly burned with lighter fuel, and it's digestive tract was found to be full of mud-shrimp egg casings. Doctors believe that the lobster had eaten them (they are common in the water at fish markets and are usually harmlessly boiled to death) and the lobster had crapped them out into Ms DeLucci's ####### when she was torturing it.

Maine mud shrimp only take two days to gestate and Ms DeLucci was only four days away from getting her period. Doctors believe that at that point of her menstrual cycle, her womb was the perfect PH balance to grow these mud-shrimp which are a much larger version of the popular 'Sea Monkey' pets sold throughout the US. Overnight the eggs had hatched and the mud shrimp began doubling in size every ten minutes...

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Lobsters can thrive in many different enviroments

Lobster Tale (Source: The Internet)One morning at around 5am, 22 year old Susan DeLucci of Kittery, Maine, woke up with a painful need to urinate. She wobbled to the toilet and upon sitting on it, her ####### erupted with a burning tide of muck. She screamed wildly, and the neighbors called the police. When medics arrived they found Ms. DeNucci lying unconscious on the floor of her bathroom. Running down her leg was a stream of brown and green syrup.

In order to transfer her to a stretcher, the medic lifted her left leg to straighten her body out, exposing her #######, at which point a creature no larger than a fingertip wormed its way out of her genitals and landed on the floor with a wet popping sound. Shocked, the medic stared at the creature that was lying on the tile bathroom floor in a casing of mucus. It was a tiny mud-shrimp. The horrified medic turned to the toilet as he felt nausea setting in, but found that the entire toilet bowl was boiling with baby brown mud-shrimp, flipping and splashing at a furious pace.

It is believed by police that two nights before the accident she had purchased a live lobster at a fish market. While lying in a tub, she inserted the creature's tail into her ####### to derive physical pleasure, holding a lighter under the creature's head causing it to flip its tail in a violent snapping motion. The medics found a lesbian porno video in the VCR and the TV was positioned on a table in front of the tub.

Ms DeLucci later died of a combination of shock and head injuries sustained when she collapsed. The lobster was found in the kitchen garbage can wrapped in a paper bag. Traces of her DNA were found on the lobster along with pubic hairs that had wedged themselves between the lobsters' tail joints. The lobster's head was lightly burned with lighter fuel, and it's digestive tract was found to be full of mud-shrimp egg casings. Doctors believe that the lobster had eaten them (they are common in the water at fish markets and are usually harmlessly boiled to death) and the lobster had crapped them out into Ms DeLucci's ####### when she was torturing it.

Maine mud shrimp only take two days to gestate and Ms DeLucci was only four days away from getting her period. Doctors believe that at that point of her menstrual cycle, her womb was the perfect PH balance to grow these mud-shrimp which are a much larger version of the popular 'Sea Monkey' pets sold throughout the US. Overnight the eggs had hatched and the mud shrimp began doubling in size every ten minutes...

Ah, but that was a Downeast Lobster ;)

They're used to the water ... and the locals.

But a Gulf Lobster would shrink to the size of a shrimp when it got to Maine. Seriously, have you ever tried swimming there outside of the last week of August/first week of September?


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Ah, but that was a Downeast Lobster ;)

They're used to the water ... and the locals.

But a Gulf Lobster would shrink to the size of a shrimp when it got to Maine. Seriously, have you ever tried swimming there outside of the last week of August/first week of September?

I must confess, I have that shrinkage problem when swimming in cold water also.

But I'd warm quick if some babe was going to fish me out and pleasure herself using various parts of

my anatomy.

If she tried pulling that zippo ####### on me, I'd use my big claw and give her an episiotomy she would never forget

At least now we know where that fish smell comes from

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Very true story, si man: Last year one evening, I went out the front door and saw something toddling around on the front walk. Upon closer eyeballing, it appeared to be a lobster! I called Mrs. T-B., who said "Langosta!" (lobster). We ran a hose on it to ensure its proper hydration, and we watched it with interest as it made its way down the driveway and disappeared.

This was 60 miles or more inland, in the 'burbs. We figured that perhaps it had escaped from someone's garbage.

For days thereafter, and again now upon the story's retelling, I was and am reminded of the Lewis Carroll lines:

"'Tis the voice of the lobster -- I heard him declare, 'You have baked me too brown! I must sugar my hair, si man.'"


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