Thursday, September 15, 2005

Lobster blood is a clear fluid. When the animal is boiled, the blood turns to an opaque whitish gel. It has no discernible flavor and is perfectly safe to eat.

Also, one of the classiest gents in Ann Arbor, The Bang!'s Jeremy Wheeler, has donated a limited edition 1" button designed exclusively for the evening. You know how to get ahold of one.

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