Saturday, January 27, 2018

Carnivorous yellow fruit

Why do you suppose the Raleigh paper uses a story from Charlotte (which, unless we're leading with the earthquake, is quite a bit farther inland) to warn its readers not to feed the elongated yellow fruit?

A seal sighting reported by the National Park Service on North Carolina’s Outer Banks has prompted a warning to tourists: Seals bite.



Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article195917444.html#storylink=cpy

... The ocean-going marine mammals come from growing colonies in New England and Canada, it is reported.

Thanks as always to alert fruit-spotters in the Old Home State. And, because the elongated yellow fruit AND the popular orange vegetable both come in bunches ...

In the first study of its kind, the researchers carried out an in-depth audit of various sandwiches throughout their life cycles and found the triangular meals could be responsible for the equivalent annual carbon emissions of 8.6 million cars in Britain alone.


Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article195917444.html#storylink=cpy


More about that one later.

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Anonymous Picky said...

Then just add the carbon released by oblong sandwiches and square ones. Doesn’t bear thinking about.

5:51 AM, January 29, 2018  

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