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    Flesh-Eating Freaks

    Hartford, CT's Hartford Courant ran this article today - http://www.courant.com/features/life...,1060519.story. Unfortunately, you won't see the photos online
    Bruce in CT

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    Nice plug for the NECPS. I was able to see photos. Which were the flesh eating freaks?

    I think this quote answers my question:

    "The plants are amazing," says Priscilla Purinton of West Kingston, R.I., vice president of the society. "but the people are what you come for."

    What a bunch of freaks! Hide the children!
    My chicken legs taste like chicken--only less meaty.

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    At least the headline wasn't Flesh-Eating Plant Growing Freaks. I didn't think the photos would be included.
    Bruce in CT

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    Nice find! I am amazed that they published the article so quickly. It will be nice if we get some vistors to the next few NECPS meetings as a result.

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    Very nice article. Thanks for posting that.

    Quote Originally Posted by JBL View Post
    "The plants are amazing," says Priscilla Purinton of West Kingston, R.I., vice president of the society. "but the people are what you come for."
    That's a great quote.

    xvart.
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