The FBI Pays A Visit To An Idaho Potato Farmer of Interest

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 3 May 2013

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Idaho has more potatoes than the Atlantic Ocean has minnows.

POCATELLO, Idaho - The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation has just paid a Pocatello, Idaho, resident a visit.

It appears that the FBI was tipped off by a Pompous Pizza Parlor waitress that an unidentified man had been in the restaurant and he was overheard talking on his cell phone regarding some stolen U.S. drones.

The waitress, who said her name was Vuvuzela "Muffin" Guttervecko, 19, told the Federal agents that the customer, who wore a Denver Nuggets basketball jersey, stated on the phone that he was trying to sell the stolen drones.

FBI agents checked the Internet and saw that an ad had in fact been placed on eBay wanting to sell three drones that were in excellent working condition.

The add stated that the drones could be FedExed anywhere in the country except for Alaska and Hawaii.

FBI agents contacted the seller who they refused to name for security reasons.

[WRITER'S NOTE: I contacted my editor who contacted Larry King co-host of the television talk show, The Viagra View, and I learned that the drone seller's name is Wolfgang Timothy Crumbcracker, a Pocatello potato farmer.]

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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