If Ben Weighs 75kg, How Heavy Is This Alaskan King Crab? Ben March 26, 2011 Uncategorized 9 Comments Sure looks like a 20 pounder, isn’t it? You Might Also Like Myojo Ramen Char Mee 100 January 7, 2006 Prana Organic Coconut Chips November 21, 2015 Seoul Day 6: Gyeokbokgung Palace Compund January 12, 2016 This Post Has 9 Comments funkidani 26 Mar 2011 Reply looks like a 13 pounder 😀 BeefChowFun 27 Mar 2011 Reply I would be careful eating seafood caught from the Pacific Ocean over the next year due to the spillage of Japanese nuclear fuel, especially the bigger specimens. The bigger they are the more toxins they have. If they don’t have nuclear fuel inside of them, there is a good chance they’ve absorbed tons of mercury. Personally, I am only going to be eating Atlantic caught seafood for the next year, and maybe longer. Think about it next time you eat seafood. This year’s AKC fest maybe pretty safe, but I’d watch out next year. Then again maybe I’m just being paranoid. Marike 27 Mar 2011 Reply Definitely food for thought…thanks! Chubbypanda 27 Mar 2011 Reply Om nom nom nom nom… LotusRapper 27 Mar 2011 Reply If Ben left Richmond on an eastbound train with an 8kg AKC onboard at 75mph at 10am, and Crispy Lechon left Winnipeg on a westbound train with a 5kg AKC onboard at 60mph at 11:30am, what time will each of them get hungry ? Ben 27 Mar 2011 Reply That’s easy. The answer is “all the time”. Give us a harder one. LotusRapper 27 Mar 2011 Reply What time will their two AKCs meet each other ? Ben 27 Mar 2011 Reply Both AKC will not meet each other. It takes the 10 minutes for the eastbound AKC to steam with garlic and 45 seconds to devour. The westbound one did not even stand a chance. It was eaten raw instantly – sashimi style. LotusRapper 27 Mar 2011 Bravo …… that’s the outcome I was expecting from you two !!! Or maybe Crispy deep-fried the darn thing. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.