Laura W.
I make it a point to never eat seafood from a fast food restaurant.
As far as I know there's only evidence of a few large lakes once existing on Mars, not anything like an ocean.. then again, I'm not sure how we'd know what a dried-up oceanbed looked like, necessarily. Then again, I remember hearing something about seeing features that looked like shorelines, but again, for small areas of water (none approaching 3% of Mars' surface).

I say Long John Silvers will never have to give anyone anything.
What does this 6-inch shrimp look like?
Its a pretty safe bet anyways, since nobody I know would eat that super greased up stuff from LJS even if it was free.
I had a large shrimp once. They called it lobster.
This is the greatest scientific acheivement in the history of our nation. And people are talking about water on Mars?? You'd think a bit more attention would be diverted to the millions of 6 inch shrimp, set for 'possible' distribution on March 15, 2004.
Overheard at Long John Silver's Corporate Headquarters, Monday, January 12th:

"Hey, boss. We have a problem. A huge shipment of Jumbo Shrimp was accidentally left out in the sun since August. What should we do with it?"

The rest, as they say, is history....
None for canadians eh?

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