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In Au­gust, a cen­tury-old fruit­cake left be­hind by Cap­tain Robert Fal­con Scott was dis­cov­ered in rel­a­tively good con­di­tion in Antarc­tica’s old­est build­ing at Cape Adare. Here’s what you had to say:

GAIL MACKLIN

Some­one will prob­a­bly find my scones in 100 years time! I don’t have much suc­cess with them; they could be used as paving stones.

LAU­RETTA NAGEL

There are at least two ways to look at it: 1. You’ll no­tice Scott still didn’t eat it, and 2. Man, he dragged it a long way away to get rid of it!

EL­IZ­A­BETH ROBARDS-SUT­TON

Fruit­cakes taste bet­ter when they are at least a year old. Don’t know about one that age. I of­ten let mine ma­ture for at least six months, more if pos­si­ble.

LISA MAU­RER

I am a rar­ity in that I ac­tu­ally do like fruit­cake. But I don’t think I’d want to eat this one!

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