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While lamenting 1,600 pounds of fish who lost their lives in a motor vehicle accident, Justice Bedsworth tries valiantly to wrap his mind around Oregon’s favorite lone wolf, OR-7, who may or may not have wandered into California for the same reason others have, i.e. in search of a mate or at least a one-moonlit-night-stand with a California hot number, perhaps the infamous Jerri “Moonbeam” Brown-Wolf, if she could be found. (But alas, it appears our beloved lone wolf may be destined to remain one, or at least without a California mate.)

Now about those fish …. From Justice Bedsworth, in his January 2013 A Criminal Waste of Space article, “The Parable of the Wolves and Fishes“:

‘…. So one of our neighbors here in Orange County, Dina Kourda, wants the City of Irvine to install a memorial plaque for the sixteen hundred pounds of fish. On behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, she has filed a request with Irvine to memorialize the dead fish with a monument where they died. The plaque would read, “In memory of hundreds of fish who suffered and died at this spot.”

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