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tonyjor

News of the Weird

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Saw this while reading News of the Weird this week:

"The Entrepreneurial Spirit!

Sometime next year, if all goes well, Brett Holm of Chaska, Minn., will begin selling his Season Shot, an improvement over current shotgun shells because its pellets dissolve on contact in the game meat and, more important, automatically flavor it for cooking. Holm told the Chanhassen (Minn.) Villager newspaper in August that he will initially offer lemon pepper, mesquite, Mexican, and Creole flavors, but, he said, chemists are at work right now to expand the selection."

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I think it sounds like a fad that some yuppy fools will be all over but they will probably just cripple more birds with it as "flavoring" ability surely shouldn't supercede killing ability in shot selection...

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ive heard of this and actually looked it up on their website. .sounds like a bunch of bullspit to me. . but its pretty funny

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There was something about this here on FM within the last couple of months. Personally I think he is wasting his time and money.

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Maybe they can add flares to them then you can have shore lunch as it falls at your feet

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what an age we live in...

jk- I'll season my game when I get ready to put it in the oven thank you very much.

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