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February 1, 2008
Friday Squid Blogging: Cocaine Smuggled in Giant Squid
This link is from 2004, but still....
Peruvian police say they have seized nearly 1,540 pounds (700 kilograms) of cocaine hidden in frozen giant squid bound for Mexico and the United States.
Posted on February 1, 2008 at 4:22 PM
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Gives a new meaning to the term "Cavity Search"...
What is it with you and squid, Bruce? Were you traumatized by a dish of calimari as a child?
frozen coke pops were a treat when we were young kids. Now!!!
At last! You've managed to combine security and squid in the same post. Now if you could only find university studies of the mathematical ability of cephalopods and how schools of them might be harnessed to break cipher.
> What is it with you and squid, Bruce? Were
> you traumatized by a dish of calimari as a child?
Nah, he calculates that squid have the best chance of finding vulnerabilities in *fish.
In the uk, that would have a street value of 28 million squid.
Pooh. We don't get to see the actual squid.
we always hade coke popsicles in the summer when i was younger
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