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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 20:28 
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My snake loves the heat from the printer. always laying on or wrapped around it:

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Problem is that last night as I was typing, he kept short striking at my hand as I moved the mouse.
Finally got tired of it and put him in his cage. Pic over my mouse to his head:

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Just wondering if I should call HP support or what?

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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 21:40 
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 21:44 
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Lol, my brother raises and rescues snakes. Does the mouse have the red eye thing on it? None of his roam free as some are quite large/aggressive. Hes got a few we handle. Some strike at movement. Boas and ball pythons and corn snakes is what he mostly has.

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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 22:14 
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Back, this was my largest snake, a Burmese python. Somewhere between 13 and 14 feet
long.

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Died 2 years ago after eating a chicken, think a beak or toenail preforated it's gut. Free
range snakes will cut down on burglaries for sure.

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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 22:27 
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kcmendy wrote:
Free range snakes will cut down on burglaries for sure.


They'll sure as [L] keep me from visiting too. :roll:


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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2014, 23:11 
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:shock: Oh yeah, now I remember why I never intended on making a visit out to see you! :--o I wish I could go the snakes, but I can't. 8|-

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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2014, 02:41 
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Was it an albino? Might just be my screen? Biggest we had was a python named Clyde we'd rescued from trash. Im not sure why he died but we had him for a decade. He was about 12' but as big around as my thigh( i was huge then, he was a little bigger around then a basketball)Police use to come investigate when we had him on me in the yard. Illinois had a 4' limit. He was dangerous to the unwary. I got 2 wraps off me once. Id hate to had to get a 3rd. Id probably had to put him down to do it. We had a license luckily so the połice just shook their heads and left each time. Its amazing how many fear snakes and reptiles. If i dont see them first i jump and been known to do a 2 step in the timber lol. They've all got a place or niche in our world same as other breathing things, theyre just so alien and "creepy" lol. They biology can be amazing. I love taking the small ones to school. Hunter has several autistic kids in his class now and they are fascinated by the small ones.

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PostPosted: 08 Dec 2014, 19:19 
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Im a reptile kinda guy too. I love snakes and they fascinate me big time. However I never had the inclination to keep them any time longer then just a few hours after catching them. I cant afford the big exotics and just stick with native species. I like yours KC, both were/are nice, beautiful snakes.

However I do keep lizards. I have Collared Lizards that I captured myself. Beautiful lizards, with very intetesting habits.

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PostPosted: 08 Dec 2014, 20:10 
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Just freaky for me. Better I stay up here and not visit anyone down there. Snakes alive, what's next.


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Only snake that'll be in my house.
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Snakes, ok. Spiders, forget it !

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