Hunter thief was a pathetic lowlife

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 9, 2010

Dear Editor,

I would like to take this opportunity to wish a very happy and joyous holiday season to the pathetic lowlife that stole the game camera from Blue Spring Management Area this past weekend. If you had half a brain, you would have realized there was enough slack in the cable lock to allow you to open the front panel and remove the nut from the eyebolt. But no, in your zeal to make off with your ill-gotten booty, you ripped the nut through the faceplate. I just with there was a bigger washer on the eyebolt; then you could have made a real mess of it.

My other wish is, I hope you son was with you. Then he could see up close and personal how not to be a dirtbag. If by chance you are the son, your dad obviously didn’t teach you the same values mine taught me. In closing, if I were you, I would never hunt the Management Area again. We who use cameras almost always et another camera, so they watch each other — watch each other’s back, so to speak. Here’s the question…were there two cameras? Hunt down there, and you will find out.

Was I ever wrong when I referred to this despicable piece of trash as a hunter. What this specimen was on that particular day, and most likely every day, was a petty thief in an orange hat.

Very very very sincerely,

William F. Broder