Vegan Pirates? Sure, why not :)

Yoho’s. A Pirate-themed Vegan Seafood Cart in Austin Texas…

I’ll be honest. When I first stumbled across this I wasn’t quite sure what to think. First of all, I am biased as an omnivore and red meat lover. Second, it just didn’t seem very piratical. I couldn’t imagine a crew of rum swilling, sword brandishing cutthroats being vegans.

The more I thought about it, though, the more sense it made. The essence of being a pirate is charting your own course, being your own person, sailing to the beat of a different drummer (and of course, rum).

I think Yoho’s may be on to something and I am wishing them fair weather and smooth sailing. If you want to find out more about Yoho’s, check out these links.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Yohos/108513532550531

http://www.juniperrome.com/yohos/

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/514530431/yohos-a-pirate-themed-vegan-seafood-cart

 

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Best Pirate news all year!

It’s been a good year for pretend, theatrical, and faire pirates (the Somali and software variety can go to jail). There have been some great faires, gatherings, and other events this year but none of those things compare to the news I saw this morning –

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game

That’s right, Disney Interactive Studios, TT Games and The LEGO Group have announced the Lego Pirates of the Caribbean video game. Huzzah!

Here’s the full press release.

Pirate Weekend Giveaway

I just won the Texas Renaissance Fair’s Pirate Weekend giveaway & got 4 free tickets!

Old Cannon balls

If you find an old cannon ball on the sea floor do NOT bring it topside – it could explode.  According to this article “Davy Jones doesn’t like you touching his stuff, and he’s booby-trapped it.” Plus there’s a couple of scientific reasons the old ball could go boom (of course the Davey Jones thing sounds cooler).

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