Fishing ain't what it used to be

A man fishing near the Port Mann bridge caught hold of what must have felt like a very heavy but sluggish fish.After what must have been a mighty battle he wrestled his prize to shore.To what must have been his astonishment,what he had landed was no fish at all but a mac 11 machine pistol complete with silencer.The gun was loaded and had been in the water for only a short time.It was in pristine condition.Now I'm not one to disparage another mans choices but this guy turned this little beauty over to the police who made a big deal out of how it was improperly disposed of.Strange when you consider that it is said to have been used in a number of homicides around the lower mainland.One mans garbage is another man's treasure.I had just returned from a fishing trip to Ashcroft where the RCMP were buzzing up and down the river looking for a body.All I caught was a few trout but it turns out that the said corpse was landed right in the spot I had been fishing just the day before.It's getting so the fishing around here is going steadily down hill but the carnage that we can attribute to the war on drugs seems to be supplying us with a whole new variety of things to catch.I guess as long as one isn't hungry for a fish fry,it's different.Still no word on the Marc Emery front although I'm surprised at the media coverage the prince of pot has garnered.Don't hesitate to write Prime Minister Harper,who says he gets high with a little help from his friends anyway,at:[email protected] and let him know that the extradition of Marc Emery would be a travesty as there is plenty of evidence that the arrest was politically motivated.
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