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  1. #21
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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Call the news or local propaganda outlet.

    I'm sure they will air it lol

  2. #22
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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggdon View Post
    I believe there was a court case some years back where the FN's argued that "traditionally" they would trade fish to other communities and thus should be allowed to sell them. Guess how the judge ruled.
    Crazy...years ago I saw FNs selling fish and I called RAPP about it, and a CO called me to inquire about it and told me exactly what I mentioned earlier.. maybe the rules have since changed..

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by browningboy View Post
    or they can get a regular job?
    theres no win in this, will just keep happening unless people stop buying them.
    It's not that easy for everybody to 'just get a regular job' especially if your education level isn't up to par or you have a criminal record.

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Drifting a net in the fraser, catching 100 fish and selling them for $20 cash each every day is a better job than I got...thats the equivalant to $2870 before taxes..
    Any society that will give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.B.F. Government is not the solution to our problem, it is the problem. R.R. I don't think that you have any insight whatsoever into your capacity for good until you have some well-developed insight into your capacity for evil. J.P.
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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by ElectricDyck View Post
    Drifting a net in the fraser, catching 100 fish and selling them for $20 cash each every day is a better job than I got...thats the equivalant to $2870 before taxes..

    Come on everyone knows they don't pay taxes
    Member of the CCFR, but not a "Violent Extremist"

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    It's funny how they can sell it but your not allowed to buy it

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by HappyJack View Post
    It's not that easy for everybody to 'just get a regular job' especially if your education level isn't up to par or you have a criminal record.
    Sitting by a river drinking beer waiting for your gill net to fill is hard work, JMHO though

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggdon View Post
    Come on everyone knows they don't pay taxes
    There is a huge underground tax free economy in this country, one big reason they want to put in a digital currency.

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by HappyJack View Post
    There is a huge underground tax free economy in this country, one big reason they want to put in a digital currency.
    Really where?

    There can't be a underground tax free economy when every purchase has tax on it

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    Re: Fish for sale Craigslist

    Quote Originally Posted by S.W.A.T. View Post
    Really where?

    There can't be a underground tax free economy when every purchase has tax on it
    Drugs, prostitution, unreported contractor income, bribes, money laundering to name a few. A lot of money changes hands without any taxes being applied. Have you ever watched the border guards on tv? People are always sneaking cash into the country, or out of the country.

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