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Old 08-11-2013, 12:25 PM   #6777
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We interrupt this regularly scheduled program to bring you this news flash......

RVM12 wrangles another rattlesnake while attempting to cut his grass.
What time is dinner Snake & Bacon burgers plus Green Chile n cheese.
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What time is dinner Snake & Bacon burgers plus Green Chile n cheese.
We can brew a pot of this - chill it - add Baileys and some ice for desert.

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What time is dinner Snake & Bacon burgers plus Green Chile n cheese.
I released him in the country. Hopefully he'll return the favour by eating some mice before they get in my house.

Got two cats and that hasn't stopped them. I think they have friggin afternoon tea together and chat.
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I'm sure he'll return, but not necessarily the favor (or favour). The word is out. If they work their way toward your place, you'll give em a free ride home.
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Old 08-11-2013, 02:58 PM   #6781
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Is that stuff made in New York City(Get a rope) they spelled Chile wrong. Chili has Beans and other Junk. Not bacon
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Old 08-11-2013, 03:06 PM   #6782
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Is that stuff made in New York City(Get a rope) they spelled Chile wrong. Chili has Beans and other Junk. Not bacon
In Hatch New Mexico Chile is Chile - Red or Green. Both is Christmas.
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:03 PM   #6783
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Snake and Bacon burgers would be good, just throw away the snake and eat the Bacon. Did I mention I hate snakes!
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I released him in the country. Hopefully he'll return the favour by eating some mice before they get in my house.

Got two cats and that hasn't stopped them. I think they have friggin afternoon tea together and chat.
They're probably dividing up the shake down that the cats are collecting for not hunting the mice.
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Has anyone used a CO2 fire extinguisher to hinder a rattle snake's ability to target for a strike? They use very sensitive heat receptors to aim. A blast of cold will temporarily take away that sense. In theory, it is great but who totes a fire extinguisher along for a hike in the wilds?
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Has anyone used a CO2 fire extinguisher to hinder a rattle snake's ability to target for a strike? They use very sensitive heat receptors to aim. A blast of cold will temporarily take away that sense. In theory, it is great but who totes a fire extinguisher along for a hike in the wilds?
Had not heard that! Seems plausible but impractical. When I was a kid there were all manner of snakes (except rattle snakes that I know of). I was fond of my 20 gauge pump. My next door neighbor was quite good with a golf club. On the bayou in south Texas we didn't worry back then about conservation of cottonmouths or copperheads. Supply always exceeded demand.
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Has anyone used a CO2 fire extinguisher to hinder a rattle snake's ability to target for a strike? They use very sensitive heat receptors to aim. A blast of cold will temporarily take away that sense. In theory, it is great but who totes a fire extinguisher along for a hike in the wilds?
No you have the application wrong. You bash their heads inwith the tank part being swung from the hose.
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No you have the application wrong. You bash their heads inwith the tank part being swung from the hose.
Do that after you expend all the tank "ammo". Just like in the old western movies. Run out of ammo then throw the gun at the enemy.
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Do that after you expend all the tank "ammo". Just like in the old western movies. Run out of ammo then throw the gun at the enemy.
Heck, I just threw my laptop at this thread and all it did was duck outta the way.

Les et al did you guys suffer any serious damage in those hail storms? As usual the news is acting like it was a real big deal and I was curious if there was serious damage done to any of our friends out there?

Hopefully all is OK.
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