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*listens to the crickets*


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wow... Im bored. theres not enough posting going on!
Take me home.... Im delicious!!

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I'll try to post more after spring break, I promise! My mind is just a bit full of other things right now. So yeah, more posting soon, promise!
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so much for that last one i left....maybe once i get back to school....
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Here we see where the crickets have gotten a little out of hand thanks to a simple genetic manipulation gone wrong. Next time I won't use too many stem cells.

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Yep me and the boy were out cricket huntin' over the weekend.
As you can see we got our limit, thanks to that new cricket call I bought at Bass Pro Shop.

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cricky...

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For those of you that want to know where to hunt
crickets like them there just head on over to Cricket North Carolina.

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You can find um there and some of the best chewin tabacca in the country.
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Poooooot!!!
Now that's good tabacca!

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Tuesday, May 31, 2005


It’s Fried Cricket Season In Tijuana
TIJUANA, Mexico (Wireless Flash) – The thought of eating fried crickets and maguey worms might bug you but they’re “snack-tacular� taste treats to gourmets in Tijuana, Mexico.
That’s according to Sandra Luz Pedregal, a self- proclaimed foodie who runs a travel service called The Adventurous Gourmet catering to tastemakers looking for something unusual.

Although many tourists associate T.J. with tacos or burritos, Pedregal says there are lots of restaurants serving exotic vittles like fried cricket tacos, quesadillas with maguey worms, cactus salads, and crepes made with corn fungus.

Delicacies like cow eye tacos or blood sausage might sound more appropriate for Fear Factor than fine dining, but Pedregal says insects and tongue have been popular menu items for centuries.

As she puts it, “Hot dogs had those things in them for years until people started complaining to make them all beef.�


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Cricket Biology 101

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(In a very Jacques Cousteau voice)


Here we zee de vary rare Albino Cricket in it's natural Habbytat.

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some how, the word "eww" comes to mind...and if you want crickets to hunt, come to my mom's...
just give me a minute, i'm thinking...

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Here we cee zee life oon death struggle of zee cricket. Cee how after the ants saw zee Lion King they now understand vat the Circle of Life means.

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*no longer hears any crickets*

I think someone killed them all....
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*looks under feet and various large objects*

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ewww...that's not a cricket....
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Its not? oops...........




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