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June 16, 2021


Crayfish take more risks while on antidepressants, study shows

(Thanks to Rodney Bertelsmann and Roberto)

We saw the Risk-Taking Crayfish open for Billy Joel.


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Somehow this suggests to me that the first person to ever eat a crayfish may have been on antidepressants.

Question for scientists doing this study: How do you tell a depressed crayfish from a "normal" crayfish?

Another question: Did the scientists give the drugs a test run on themselves before supposedly giving a big dose to those test crayfish?

So they'll attempt one last act of defiance before landing in the boiling water?

I always thought that their devil-may-care attitude came from the hot sauce

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