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xoxoxoBruce Thursday Jul 24 10:55 PM
Those in the know are aware of all the ways the government is plotting to subdue all the free thinking citizen. The FEMA prison compounds out in the deserts, and we all know the plan to control the food supply by making everyone food stamp dependent. Oh, and of course the granddaddy, fluoride.
Well I've discovered a new one, you heard it here first... Paddlefish.
That's right, the Feds, working undercover by proxy with various state government agencies, are raising and stocking Paddlefish.
The giveaway is they're stocking they in waters where they can't reproduce and have to be restocked.
Of course the caviar is harvested for the Government Bigshots parties. They also provide sport for big reelection contributors, while boating with their skimpily clad mistresses. But few realize the sinister real purpose is lurking to eat brown babies trying to cross natural water barriers.
Paddlefish are widely distributed throughout the Mississippi River watershed. In some states, the paddlefish is a threatened species because of the loss and degradation of its large-river habitat. It prefers big, deep pools with sluggish current. In Pennsylvania, paddlefish were once reported to be in Lake Erie, the Allegheny River and Clarion River, but were believed to be extirpated (no longer present in the state). Paddlefish were recently reintroduced by the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission into their historical habitats in the Ohio and Allegheny rivers, in an effort to reestablish a secure, breeding population. Reintroduction efforts for species that take many years to mature require many years to determine the success of such efforts.
Degrees Friday Jul 25 12:43 PM
I see eleven pointy tips on this fish. Is that a record? And... how would they taste, fried in lemon and butter?
xoxoxoBruce Friday Jul 25 03:43 PM
11? That may be a record.
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