SACRAMENTO - There is talk coming out of the state's capital that there is a strong possibility that the California Senate may move to place a ban on tuna fish.
A spokesperson for the state commented that recent reports put out by The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency show that the number of tuna fish in the world's oceans has diminished by 27 percent in just the past 13 months.
ADGA's Naomi Belle McDibbing stated that recent television ads for Star Kist have increased by 23 percent plus the price of tuna makes it a great bargain for frugal shoppers, many of which are replacing baloney, salami, and ham with tuna.
Ms. McDibbing stated that if the present rate of tuna fish consumption keeps up the world's oceans could conceivably run out of tuna fish by the year 2031.
SIDENOTE: Senator Rochelle Gemgarden [R-Oxnard] suggests that tuna fish lovers switch over to sardines of which there are billions and billions.