A group of 22 Belgian chefs enjoy a plate of oysters at a table suspended by a crane 160 feet above Brussels traffic, April 24, 2006. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
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No doubt some of them will end up (regurgitated) on the windshields of the cars below.
I love oysters
Mimi, you’re an idiot.
who cares, this is not only odd, but is insane. The whole thing must cost $20,000. Why do it? Find a life you chefs eating in hanging high!!!
WITH ALL THE PROBLEMS IN THIS WORLD – STARVING CHILDREN FOR EXAMPLE – SETTING UP SUCH A RIDICULOUS CHALLENGE, EATING OYSTERS UP IN THE AIR IT LUDRICOUS AND SCANDALOUS…THAT’S MY OPINION – THE wESTERN WORLD SHOULD KNOW BETTER AND SPEND THEIR MONEY MORE WISELY….i AM NOT PROUD TO BE A bELGIAN ALL OF A SUDDEN
nb i MEANT TO SAY LUDICROUS NOT LUDRICOUS AHAHA
shouldn’t it be “Just where _do_ you think”?
just pointing it out…
Oops – I think that’s a typo… (the “do” in the headline originally said “to”).