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People think about a lot of different things when confined to a hospital bed. Bill Morris was dwelling on one thing. He wondered when he could get out of the hospital to eat some crab legs. Furthermore, he wondered what would be the best way to get at the meat of the crab legs without dealing with clumsy crab leg crackers for trying to open them with a fork, which more often that not results in twisted and bent forks.
Eating crab legs is obviously a passion Morris possesses.
Morris went on a mission of sorts to invent a better way to get meat out of crab legs, something seafood lovers have toiled with for years.
â€śYouâ€™ve got to get the length right so it doesnâ€™t pop out of the shell,â€ť Morris said of the tool he devised to break open the shells on crab legs. â€śMy newphew is out in California with a stamping factory. They made prototypes and we tried and it didnâ€™t work.â€ť
Morris said after 12 tries, they came up with one that works perfect...
For the rest of the story, pick up a copy of Saturday's edition of the Malvern Daily Record.