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Why do men risk life and limb every season? Consider this: In 2004, Alaskan fishermen caught 15.4 million pounds of red king crab; at $4.70 per pound, the harvest was worth $65.8 million at the dock. But the potential to make such big money fast brings with it an all-too-often tragic consequence: crushed fingers, crippled hands, cracked ribs, broken feet and even death.
Nomar4prez wrote:Very good show. I think 1 or 2 people died that were on the show. Crazy stuff.
CubsFan7724 wrote:Yeah, if people knew how dangerous getting this stuff was, they probably would feel guiltier about eating crab. I don't really though, I love crab and thats their job choice. They make a ton of money.
kingctb27 wrote:Madison wrote:Well I do eat a lot of crab.
I hope it's the right kind
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