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Today is National Farmer's Day
International Moment Of Frustration Scream Day &
National Gumbo Day

I think I'm going to make Shrimp Gumbo in honor of National Gumbo Day. I guess I should of bought the shrimp from the little old man that knocked at my door yesterday trying to sell meat off of his truck. He said, "I have steaks, ribs, and burgers."  I said, " You picked the wrong doorbell to ring, I don't eat beef." So he had me follow him across the street to his truck - he pulled out a box of frozen shrimp. I was somewhat tempted until he told me it was $58, and me being neurotic about germs kind of killed the deal for me too.

Today thank all the farmers that you know for all of their hard work. Make some Gumbo and scream!

Happy Friday!


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