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Old 05-02-2021, 03:05 PM   #1
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Thumbs up One of the rarest lobsters in the world turns up at Manassas Red Lobster

The chances are one in 30 million -- and it happened at the Manassas Red Lobster.

Freckles, with his orange and black speckled shell, surely stood out when he turned up at the Red Lobster on Broken Branch Boulevard off Sudley Road. A spokesperson for the restaurant chain didn't immediately return a request for comment on when and just how he was discovered.

But lucky for Freckles, he won't become anyone's meal. Red Lobster is donating him to the Virginia Living Museum lobster display.

https://www.insidenova.com/headlines...18641cfe8.html

Thank God Freckles was saved. Now the little kids can go to the museum and say.
"Oh look mom theirs Freckles."
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Back in the heydays of the grocery chain I worked for they all had lobster tanks. Grand opening of store generally called for that store to have the biggest one available. 15 to just under 20 pounds were the norm.

Lobster tanks are a huge problem! Think a cold salt water aquarium. Between people wanting to feed them & the tanks getting unplugged by some shit for brains running a floor buffer or demo lady wanting to plug in an electric skillet cost stores huge amounts of money.

Lobsters are starved out/purged before they came to the store. Lobsters will cannabilize and when they do the tank ecology is compromised. Lobster companies made as much money off of keeping tanks balanced as they did selling lobsters.

Then one day PITA declared lobster tanks cruel and they disappeared just like that. Little known fact is shellfish is still alive too. Whole Foods backed off all sales of muscles, clams & oysters at one time. Even more fucked up are jar oyster are alive & living in their own filth.
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