Yum "During the last Great Depression in the 1930s road kill was considered a table delicacy for many who would otherwise be going without meat. Deer, various birds, rabbit, bear, raccoon, even porcupine and a variety of other animals killed by vehicles and left lying on the side of the road became an important source of protein for many a family. An important feature of road kill is that the hunting has been done for you. There the animal lay; all you need to do is pick it up, skin it out, and cook it up. A gift from the Gods a hungry man should not pass up!" "During times of natural and manmade disaster or economic collapse food sources can quickly dry up. Its amazing how preconceived food prejudices are soon rejected when real knawing hunger sets in. After a few months without enough food and you will think nothing of eating insects, worms, rats, or anything else that comes your way. Served with wallpaper paste a nice road kill raccoon roast would be a seriously welcome addition to the dinner table." read the whole thing,! http://www.survivaltopics.com/survival/eating-road-kill/ I need to go get lunch.