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Bones Tell Tale Of Desperation Among The Starving At Jamestown

Bones Tell Tale Of Desperation Among The Starving At Jamestown

| May 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

The winter of 1609-1610 has been called the “starving time” for the hundreds of men and women who settled the English colony of Jamestown, Va. They ate their horses, their pets — and, apparently, at least one person. Scientists say human bones recovered from the site provide the first hard evidence that the colonists may have resorted to cannibalism.

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The Infantivore’s Dilemma

The Infantivore’s Dilemma

| October 15, 2009 | 5 Comments

Tough times call for tough decisions. The California unemployment rate now stands at over 12 percent, and I’ve been underemployed since April. My cup of beans and rice runneth under, so I’m taking a cue from all those folks who have told me Henry is so cute they could just eat him. In short, I have a modest proposal.

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