To: The Phoenix Game And Fish Department -

Dear Sir or Madam,

I saw your web page recently. I also took a trip to Phoenix recently. I went to visit my long lost brother, Jon, who lives
in Phoenix. We met through a freak coincidence involving a ham sandwich and a role playing game. Thankfully, due to my
travels I had enough frequent flier miles to make the trip out there. They don't call me "World Travelling Steve Wilson"
for nothing! Unfortunately, I wasn't able to meet my cousins, Jordan, Joseph, Daniel and Donald.

While I was out visiting Jon he showed me his gun collection. He has a Barrett M82 sniper rifle, a Browning BDM, a couple of
Ruger MP9s, an M4A1, an AK-101, and a Mosin-Nagant that he said was a trophy. Jon said he went hunting with these guns.
Now, while I was in Phoenix I didn't see any wildlife at all. In fact, I didn't see any wildlife in the whole of Arizona!
It seems a little too dry for animal life. Then again, we don't have any wildlife in my home of Selden (off of Middle
Country Road, next to the Taco Bell).

I thought that I would like to go hunting with my long lost brother some time in the future to sort of catch up on the times
we never had. I have a couple of questions, though. Is it legal to shoot scorpions? How about killer bees? Is there
anyone in Arizona who can mount them as a trophy? Also, is it legal to hunt sarcastic desert kraken in Maricopa County?

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

World Travelling Steve Wilson

Response to Steve:

Mr. Wilson,

Thank you for your comments to Arizona’s Game and Fish Department. If you are interested in scorpions and bee collection, I would refer you to any entomology text
on how to collect and preserve insects, that way you can avoid the cost of a taxidermist. I don’t believe that Maricopa County has sufficient habitat to allow
desert kraken. Thanks for contacting us ‘World Travelling Steve”!

Pathological Truth Website note: The AZ Game and Fish Dept people just might be the coolest people in all of AZ.