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Old 06-26-2012, 04:11 PM   #29
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Do you have a lot of "Experience", Chuck?
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Engineermike - consider this: inside duties include MY 12 guage that can make it outside duty real fast. Just ask my DH. He prefers snake chaser to wall replacer anyday. That old man can move when I cuss just so.
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Women cuss? What else do they do?
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Bill, I've heard that alcohol applied from the inside, makes spider bites and other wounds heal faster.
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s. Linda told me it was ok for you to have one for me too.
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Dunner, I am 77 years old and live in East Texas, so I would say I do have "Experience"

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Yumm, snake on a stick. lol
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Dunner, I am 77 years old and live in East Texas, so I would say I do have "Experience"

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You may want to check under your couch. It's been my experience that snakes sometimes travel in pairs.

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Are we talking about the same kind of "snakes"?
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Have been bitten twice by copperheads..not fun...I don't like snakes either...especially in the RV...I would have holes from shooting...
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You probably scared the poor little guy. I hope the tongs didn't hurt him.

My DW used to be afraid of snakes. One day, I found a newly hatched black rat snake in my driveway. The whole of him curled up in the palm of my hand. He was just too small and too cute to be frightening. He took up residence in a cage in our kitchen.

Five years and countless mice later, Spotty (they are spotted when young) was about six feet long and almost as big around as my wrist. DW would take him to her class room for her preschoolers to play with. The boys liked to wrap him around their necks and pretend he was strangling them.

Needless to say, she has lost her fear of snakes.

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There's probably only one thing worse than a snake in an RV.

This video is scary on so many levels.

Video: Biker Gets Scaly Surprise At 155 MPH



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This video is scary on so many levels.

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