Thursday, November 10, 2011
Be vewy quiet. David Gracer is bug hunting.
He's not a collector. He's hunting for food.
Crickets, grasshoppers and other critters. That's what's for dinner.
Check out the video. He'll "offer you a market price."
All you have to do is spend two hours spreading chemical scent around and you can attract enough bugs to feed a whole sh*tload of people.
"I should be doing this I know," Gracer says.
Gracer says a whole lot about what we should do.
At the beginning of the video, he says it's ironic how eating bugs makes people uncomfortable, because it doesn't fit with their lifestyle. Much like they're used to driving in their cars everywhere. He says this while he's driving a car, and totally fails to notice the irony. Apparently.
He makes the amazing observation that, "Most insects do not taste better than lobster." Well, duh!
He even recites his cockroach recommendations. He won't eat all of them. Some taste awful. Imagine!
And since we're heading for calamity eventually, Gracer says, "I get to be right eventually." Awesome.
BTW, he had a couple of bugs called walking sticks in his frig. In one country, they keep them as pets AND eat them. Weird.