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January 27, 2022


Drug Suspect Claimed Bag Of Syringes Was "For Fishing," Police Report

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Injecting your fish with fentanyl gives a whole new meaning to 'Fish Fry Friday'

Throw in some square grouper and a bale of Mary-J you've got the Florida Man version of a fisherman's platter.

Next on River Monsters:

Jeremy Wade uses various Bass Pro Shop lures made from hypodermic needles to catch the elusive "DUH I'm Wasted Fish". Also, Jeremy assembles a tent He bought on sale at the store.

Juicing the fish before you catch them seems a bit unsportsmanlike.

@LeDud, you made me snort a little hot cocoa instead of swallowing it when I read your comment. I should know better than that and follow the advice of "swallow alert."

For Needlefish?

In that case, sir...

Back in the day when I was working in mental hospitals this dude would have made an interesting intake eval.

The one I think the best, however, was for the State Police. They brought in a distraught man who had run off the road and crashed his car to avoid, "A 6 ft. flying chipmunk crossing the road."

He was coherent, a professor at CSU and tests showed no alcohol or drugs in his system. I had nothing to do with the disposition of the case and thought no more about it until a week later when I read some kids had rigged a line running from one side of a canyon to the other and had a big chipmunk doll to send across to scare drivers. This time they made the mistake of sending the squirrel across in front of a police car.

I'm sure there was a relieved professor in Boulder, Colorado.

This could just be a misunderstanding,
what if he really said "PHISHING":


The act of sending email that falsely claims to be from a legitimate organization. This is usually combined with a threat or request for information: for example, that an account will close, a balance is due, or information is missing from an account. The email will ask the recipient to supply confidential information, such as bank account details, PINs or passwords; these details are then used by the owners of the website to conduct fraud.
The act of circumventing security with an alias.

He lost all his arrows while bowfishing, and needed to improvise.

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