Odds of Being Killed by a Banana Leaf

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  1. You can’t tell me that Scranton is more dangerous for this kind of thing than Ecuador!

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    1. I hear there’s a lot of high-end dining in Scranton.

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      1. It’s a classy place. Here, let me shamelessly plug a post I did about that fair city: http://prometheantimes.com/2013/05/11/gentlemans-clubs-one-night-in-scranton/

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  2. It’s about time someone called attention to #bananaleafdanger .

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    1. It may be a first world problem but that’s only because we have it so good. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m doing a Rick Bayless pork recipe tonight and have to go shopping for banana leafs. Here’s hoping I beat the odds.

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      1. Be careful out there!

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  3. NotAPunkRocker | Reply

    There oughta be a law against them things!

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    1. I think it’s known as the Law of Physics. 🙂

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  4. Well, yeah. Banana leaves are hard to come by, but with the state of the mental health system…

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    1. Those must be the folks that find them appealing.

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  5. I stayed in a Motel 8 in Scranton once.
    I wish I’d been killed by a banana leaf.

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    1. Scranton keeps popping up on my radar. Time to book a vacation on Travelocity!

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