Po' po-boys: Monday marked the opening of shrimp season in Louisiana. Federal officials say Gulf seafood safe to eat, but shrimpers themselves are dubious, reports the Washington Post. Some worry that the government's testing -- which has yet to turn up a tainted sample from the BP oil spill -- is inadequate, and that if any seafood diners get sick from oil-tainted scampi, that's the death knell for their industry. Disturbingly, the "sniff tests" are followed by chemical ones for oil; "there is no chemical test for dispersants." (Washington Post) As much as we want to support Gulf fishers, this information gives us pause.