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If you like seafood then move there (sorry eastcoasters you do not know what real crab and salmon are).
This only applies to Western Washington.
Bwahahahaha!! Are you actually implying that Washington salmon and crab are superior? I wouldn't eat anything that swims in the Puget Sound with all the industrial and sewage plant discharges. Much of the Puget Sound exceeds toxicity standards because so much has accumulated in the mud. Don't get me started with the fish consumption advisories issued around here. Sorry, but it can't hold a match to Alaskan Salmon and crab, point, blank, period.

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Bwahahahaha!! Are you actually implying that Washington salmon and crab are superior? I wouldn't eat anything that swims in the Puget Sound with all the industrial and sewage plant discharges. Much of the Puget Sound exceeds toxicity standards because so much has accumulated in the mud. Don't get me started with the fish consumption advisories issued around here. Sorry, but it can't hold a match to Alaskan Salmon and crab, point, blank, period.
You wouldn't be saying that once we start drilling
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You wouldn't be saying that once we start drilling
Not gonna happen! The environmental impact studies will alone stall it for 50 years

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Bwahahahaha!! Are you actually implying that Washington salmon and crab are superior? I wouldn't eat anything that swims in the Puget Sound with all the industrial and sewage plant discharges. Much of the Puget Sound exceeds toxicity standards because so much has accumulated in the mud. Don't get me started with the fish consumption advisories issued around here. Sorry, but it can't hold a match to Alaskan Salmon and crab, point, blank, period.
I won't dispute the salmon, but you really need to try fresh Dungeness crab and Hood Canal shrimp. I was a commercial fisherman in Alaska for 6 years, and tried all that you have to offer FRESH from the briney blue...our crab and shrimp beat yours, period.
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Bwahahahaha!! Are you actually implying that Washington salmon and crab are superior? I wouldn't eat anything that swims in the Puget Sound with all the industrial and sewage plant discharges. Much of the Puget Sound exceeds toxicity standards because so much has accumulated in the mud. Don't get me started with the fish consumption advisories issued around here. Sorry, but it can't hold a match to Alaskan Salmon and crab, point, blank, period.
You know nothing.

You will never eat better salmon than the sockeye that run through the locks and into Lk Washington on their way to spawn in the Cedar River. My second choice would be the ones that run the Copper River on Vancouver Island Canukland. Chinook, King, and Silver are all good and vastly superior to any farm raised or Atlantic Salmon.

Crab. Forget King and Snow from AK as they are tasteless. Dungeness is phenomenal. Search for it and you will be impressed. Blue and Softshell are just filler for fertilizer.

Yes, I have eaten everything in the above para's. Multiple times for some of the East Coast crap. I am severely spoiled. Unless you are a cook at a seafood restaurant I can almost guarantee you that I have BBQ'd more salmon than anyone on BWOT. Go to the store, get a tail section because it is thin and will cook quickly without burning. Rinse in salted water to kill any fishy taste. Flesh side down until it fully sears. Skin side down until it flakes and no longer translucent. Baste with butter, lemon, a little salt and pepper. Sweet Baby Ray's is optional. Done. Skin will slide off the back and scrape off any gray fatty stuff that sits between the skin and flesh for a great presentation. When I was a kid I remember my Mom trying to decide between hamburger or salmon both at 50 cents/lb. You can still go down on the Duwamish or at Fisherman's Terminal and pick up salmon at $1/lb. on the hoof. Visit the Pike Place Market and they will ship it worldwide. Now I'm hungry.
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If you love an 87% unchurched socialist society then move there.

This only applies to Western Washington.
Fucker. Why would you let that cat out of the bag? Now, there'll be a stampede. In the future, just stick to the script; we have grey skies all the time and we have Microsoft
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+1 on the superiority of Copper River Sockeye, but that's not Washington...though it technically is Cascadia
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I won't dispute the salmon, but you really need to try fresh Dungeness crab and Hood Canal shrimp. I was a commercial fisherman in Alaska for 6 years, and tried all that you have to offer FRESH from the briney blue...our crab and shrimp beat yours, period.
After six years did you go from Apprentice Bait Boy to Master Baiter? Ha, old joke.

We actually get dungeness crab at Costco here in the desert. People usually pass it by for the impressive King Crab legs. It's a lot more work eating the Dungeness, but it's worth it! Hood Canal should be cleaner than the Sound since there is no industry to pollute it (please don't say Bangor). Also, don't forget the clams. Ivar Haglund is a hero around your parts. Coffee is everywhere but the best is on the waterfront in Olympia. Batdorf & Bronson. Try the Bohemia Blend.
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Fucker. Why would you let that cat out of the bag? Now, there'll be a stampede. In the future, just stick to the script; we have grey skies all the time and we have Microsoft
Yes, it is a haven for the serously depressed agnostic Marxist. Please move there if that description fits you.
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After six years did you go from Apprentice Bait Boy to Master Baiter? Ha, old joke.

We actually get dungeness crab at Costco here in the desert. People usually pass it by for the impressive King Crab legs. It's a lot more work eating the Dungeness, but it's worth it! Hood Canal should be cleaner than the Sound since there is no industry to pollute it (please don't say Bangor). Also, don't forget the clams. Ivar Haglund is a hero around your parts. Coffee is everywhere but the best is on the waterfront in Olympia. Batdorf & Bronson. Try the Bohemia Blend.
I only drink B&B...and gawd, how could I forget razor clams!?! Fried or sautéed, they're freakin' awesome
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