Sunday, October 18, 2020

BLUE CRABS

Years ago my apartment mate was raving about the taste of blue crabs. Two days ago, Charles in New Hampshire reacted to a recent drawing by commenting: "Love the crab. I need a bluecrab painting like this one!"


Well, given that he's a good friend, works in Fresh Water Management, AND shows evidence of fine culinary tastes, I made him one.

Both the blue crab above, and the original crab below are pipesmokers, as you can plainly see. This explains why crabs come ashore frequently and skitter along the beach. You can not smoke a pipe underwater, it interferes with the taste of good tobacco.

Salt water is also not conducive to aging tobacco.
The crabs have already complained about it.
Strongly worded letters to the editor.

They are justifiably upset.
Crabby.




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