Tuna salad...the new Anthrax

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"Dale Bengston and his family from Madison, Wisconsin were so incensed over the high levels of mercury in tuna, they sent their uneaten cans to the White House as a protest," writes Living On Earth [audio here]. Asked about his trip to the Post Office, Bengston replied: "Well, the window attendant asked us if there were any toxic or hazardous substances in our package. And I had to hold my tongue because I wanted to say, 'not if you ask the EPA or the president.'" (Living On Earth)

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