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It's time to replace Groundhog Day with Lobster Day

Everyone is sick of Groundhog Day (no offense, Phil) and it's time to liven things up a bit. Let's take a leaf out of Nova Scotia's book and hire a lobster instead. Lucy the lobster — a good lobster — burst forth from the ocean today to tell Nova Scotians how much more winter they should expect. Lucy did not see her shadow, which means there will not be six more weeks of winter.
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