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Rep. Rob Bishop is known for his comedic relief and he didn't disappoint this week when he warned the head of the Bureau of Land Management that their actions could have unintended consequences. Bishop, who typically flies between Utah and Washington on Fridays and Mondays, says BLM actions can cause him to want to hit fellow passengers, bathroom mirrors and that for the safety of the flying public on Delta, the BLM should cease to tick him off. Watch the video, posted on YouTube by someone who is not a Bishop fan, for the congressman's warning: [YouTube] Thomas BurrTwitter.com/thomaswburr