Friday, April 30, 2010

Took forever to get there, but we made it and delivered the goods. That poor little fryer. It really worked hard. There was a long story behind this whole thing but I lost it all when I uploaded the photos, and I am too tired to continue. Enjoy the photos and video. Get well soon Riverhead Library!!!

Lightbulb Fish in a Bag

We've all been to the Roy Rogers along I-95 or I-something or other and walked by the light bulb heated rack of foil bagged burgers. We've all grabbed one and regretted it later too. Well I was at the supermarket, many miles from I-anything and came across the very familiar foil bags, but this time they had a fish on them. I was obviously curious, so I looked at it and sure enough it was some sort of fish product, in a bag.

I took some photos just in case you see the same fish-sandwich in a bag. It is armed and dangerous, please stay away and call the authorities. This should not be dealt with on your own. If you or a loved one are tempted, WALK AWAY!. If you see someone going for the bag of fish sandwich, please stop them, but know that they can get violent, as they may be under some foil spell. Try to dissuade them, but not too hard. Think of yourself.

This was from my own neighborhood. If this isn't a call for a B.I.S.Co. store front, I don't know what is.

Monday, April 12, 2010

The Run for Haiti

What a great day for a run...Actually it was cold, windy and nasty. But a great big thank you to everyone who came out to run for Haiti and help raise money for the earthquake victims.
We're very grateful to have helped raise $1,200 and send out nearly twenty runners. We couldn't have done it without their support and their donations.

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Block Island Seafood Company (BISCO) helps fellow seafood enthusiasts enjoy the gifts of summer in their own homes all year long. BISCO will leave your family and friends with a memorable experience beyond the traditional catered gathering by providing a dynamic chef and extraordinary cuisine. Block Island, RI (41°09'N 71°33'W) is a small island that sits in the Atlantic Ocean between Rhode Island and Montauk Point, NY. For many years it has been a vacation spot for me and my family, and now I’d like to bring Block Island to your dinner table.