A tasty whale tale
In response to my colleague Paul Hunter's note about food aboard the Conservative media bus, and in furtherance of my colleague Rosemary Barton's note about food on offer at Jack Layton's Iqaluit event, I would like to add, for their — and your — consideration, this: Beluga whale blubber.
It comes with instructions. Take one small piece and chew it until there's nothing left to chew.
I did. It was all right.
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