#33 My Lobster Roll Lament

I was about to write a blog critical of the viral outbreaks of ANGER  that are sweeping across our culture. I wanted to warn Biddies and Geezers that it is totally unhealthy and will shorten your life to let your organs be subjected to the bad juices that are generated by anger. For some cause.

Then it happened to me. Tell me. Is this a just cause to inflame the world and have demonstrations? It goes like this.

There are two classic ways to make lobster rolls: the Maine way with mayonnaise and the Connecticut way with lemon and melted butter. Either way, the locally caught lobster is always be the star. In a sit-down restaurant $20 is about what you would pay for this bit of New England gastronomic pleasure. I love them.

One or two years ago McD’s put them on the menu for just under $9. And they were delish. But they were only on the menu for a few weeks around the 4th of July. Several times last year I trekked from my Quincy apartment to Boston South Station to enjoy a lobster roll. On the Internet this year I read they had them again, so I took the T to South Station to get one.

Bummer. Not on menu any more only a few days after the 4th of July. Now, here is my question to you! Give me feed-back. Comment!

Is this a cause worthy to go viral with demonstrations? Regardless of the damage the anger does to our bodies? Is this cause any less worthy than others being demonstrated?

You decide.

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One thought on “#33 My Lobster Roll Lament

  1. Oh no!!! I’ve been waiting to see them on the menu!!!
    Lobster is loved by so many and has become sooo expensive it’s outrageous.

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