The scrappy B.C.-based alternative online journal The Tyee recently published an interesting pair of point-counterpoint sytle pieces on farmed salmon. The first claimed farmed B.C. salmon were escaping into the wild; the second claimed that the first was hokum.

But enough about salmon. Let’s talk about the contest Tyee is running in conjunction with the pieces. It asks readers to send in … haiku … hey, wait a minute!  That sounds familiar!

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