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March 26, 2010
Friday Squid Blogging: Sexing Squid
Tips and tricks.
Posted on March 26, 2010 at 4:01 PM
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I'm a big fan, but I must have missed one thing. Why does Bruce always blog about squids on Fridays? Thanks in advance to any light-shedding.
Clearly somebody should make some squid salsa.
Regarding R. Finley's post, how about instead of light-shedding provide some shed-lighting?
Isn't it obvious that if squid-post would not be published on fridays, they could not be called "Friday Squid Blogging". And completely unrelated there might be some homophone to "friday" which might give those hot-oil-fearing squiddies the frights.
Wow... talk about being influenced by the media. I read that title several times, and clicked through to the article before realizing it was "sexing squid" and not "sexting squid"....
OT but maybe of General Interest,
Brian Krebs has come up with a nice little page on how to do AV scans and more via the latest versions of Linux Live-CD's etc,
Some of the Live-CD's are also good for "more secure browsing".
I heard a story on the radio, I think CBC's Vinyl Cafe but can't find it, sent in by a listener. He was a priest from the city appointed to a diocese in an outport in Newfoundland. Thinking to learn more about his parishoners' way of life, he went squid fishing with a local. Who, when they had caught a good many squid, told him to separate them into male and female. "Just hold the tentacles apart so you can get a good look just under the beak; it's fairly obvious". The priest got a good dose of ink in his face, hair, clothes etc. and the local didn't stop laughing for a good while.
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