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Squirrels Are Safe

Larry, Monkey
Monkey Bidness
Larry, Monkey
10/30/2007

9:40 AM -- Mixed news for New Jersey gourmets from New York's Daily News:

    In January, the Garden State warned hunters and residents near a toxic waste dump in Ringwood in North Jersey to limit their consumption of squirrel after the feds thought they found lead in a dead squirrel. Officials now say it was a false alarm.

    The Environmental Protection Agency said a blender used to process the squirrel's tissue samples was defective - and that the lead believed to be in the squirrel actually came from a part of the blender.
Memo to the EPA: Don't buy blenders that are made in China.

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

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