Smugglers hold an imagery of dark times past when prohibition imprisoned people for making, buying and selling wine. They are pictured as dirty, grisly fellows walking through dark and damp underground tunnels. Yet, they are also often considered ‘the good guys’ in fables bringing necessary goods to the overworked commoner. If you remember Han Solo from Star Wars, he was also a good-guy smuggler who only refused to pay the proper taxes to the corrupt Imperial Senate. I guess you could consider the British Columbia Liquor Board as the Imperial Senate. You too, can be a Han Solo.