The Spirit of Creaster

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The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Kathleen » 03 Apr 2013, 09:25

HOLY SHIT GUYS! BEARS!
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Drecon » 03 Apr 2013, 11:15

"A hollow chocolate egg with nothing inside."

That's so sad :(
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Postby RoentgeniumFinger » 03 Apr 2013, 16:29

Awesome episode! The Creaster tangent made me giggle uncontrollably, and Maya should be in more episodes. She has a good sense of timing... But, I have a nitpick. As I live in Maine, Homeland of the lobsters, I must point out that Graham's hat was of a crab and not one of the twenty three crustaceans that pull my sled to work each day. WHAT? We have one thing, and by God, we are going to exploit it!
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Master Gunner » 03 Apr 2013, 16:55

*Shakes head*

Sorry, but you are not the Homeland of the Lobsters. You are but a poor pretender.
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby RoentgeniumFinger » 03 Apr 2013, 17:37

I beg to differ, good sir. Maine is recognized world-wide for two things. It being cold and having lobster that is both plentiful and cheap. What claim does New Brunswick have on this front?
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Master Gunner » 03 Apr 2013, 19:48

Both of them, except moreso. As evidenced by this picture of our king.

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Also, potatoes. One-third of the frozen french fries sold worldwide are McCain fries, whose headquarters and main production facilities are right here. Still though, mostly lobster and cold.
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Maya » 04 Apr 2013, 02:38

HOLY FRICK

DO YOU UNDERSTAND HOW EXCITED I WOULD BE TO BE STANDING NEAR
THAT THING AAAHHHH IT'S SO AMAZING
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby KiteNeravar » 04 Apr 2013, 11:42

RoentgeniumFinger wrote:I beg to differ, good sir. Maine is recognized world-wide for two things. It being cold and having lobster that is both plentiful and cheap. What claim does New Brunswick have on this front?
Excuse me we are also the #1 exporter of Blue Berries and the leading producer of Toothpicks thank you very much. And to settle this "homeland of the lobster debate" I don't see people in California or Florida paying $50+ for a "New Brunswick Lobster"

Master Gunner wrote:Both of them, except moreso. As evidenced by this picture of our king.

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Also, potatoes. One-third of the frozen french fries sold worldwide are McCain fries, whose headquarters and main production facilities are right here. Still though, mostly lobster and cold.
Maine has a statue of Paul Bunyon, does that me we are automatically the homeland of him?
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Postby Master Gunner » 04 Apr 2013, 13:40

New Brunswick exported over $100 million more Lobster than Maine did last year, shipping to over 100 countries worldwide. New York and California may value high-priced lobsters from Maine, but up here, that's the cheap stuff.

As for Paul Bunyon, take that up with Oregon. I hear their statue is just as big.
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Dominic Appleguard » 04 Apr 2013, 14:02

Bunny Maya is my spirit animal.
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby KiteNeravar » 04 Apr 2013, 15:50

Master Gunner wrote:New Brunswick exported over $100 million more Lobster than Maine did last year, shipping to over 100 countries worldwide. New York and California may value high-priced lobsters from Maine, but up here, that's the cheap stuff.

As for Paul Bunyon, take that up with Oregon. I hear their statue is just as big.
It's cheap in Maine too, they are the same exact Lobster
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Master Gunner » 04 Apr 2013, 17:27

It's cheap for us because we can go down to the boats if we wanted to and pick up a lobster. That's why they used to give it exclusively to prisoners. It's transporting lobster inland that makes it expensive.
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Re: The Spirit of Creaster

Postby Keab42 » 07 Apr 2013, 13:25

Master Gunner wrote:Both of them, except moreso. As evidenced by this picture of our king.

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Also, potatoes. One-third of the frozen french fries sold worldwide are McCain fries, whose headquarters and main production facilities are right here. Still though, mostly lobster and cold.


I think we need to Photoshop Lord Timothy into that photo...
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