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Copperhedzkettle

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NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 2:34 PM (permalink)

Ok....now I am TOTALLY freaked!
This devil was in my coop after my three new baby chicks.
IT AINT NO DAMN BULLSNAKE!!!!!!!
Measured 7'.

Forget the snakes on the "I admit it" thread!
I have posted this on snake sites...........if he aint poisonous, BT, I'll buy you lunch.



A Tripping Copper.
 
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    Copperhedzkettle

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    RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 2:47 PM (permalink)

    I owe ya lunch, BT.
    I examined "his" pupils. They were round as opposed to Cat-eyes.

    Copper
     
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      Pat T Hat

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      RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 3:24 PM (permalink)
      Brown Rat Snake
       
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        Copperhedzkettle

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        RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 3:41 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by Pat T Hat

        Brown Rat Snake



        Thanks Pat T! Almost got my baby chicks and wabbits.

        Yer snakecharmer,
        Copper
         
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          Pat T Hat

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          RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 4:01 PM (permalink)
          Just a little between meal snack perhaps? Poor little guys got no thumbs, hell got no hands! Can't even hold on to a rib to gnaw on it. What's a hungry belly crawler ta do? Out there workin' it the best he knows how. Throw the sad little fella a bone!
           
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            PapaJoe8

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            RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 4:23 PM (permalink)
            Ahhh, snakes got their own thread, neat! Yep, I just call em Rat Snakes but neat you knew the whole name Pat! My cats are always bitin the heads off baby Copperheads. I love my cats! Ohhh, sometimes they want to bring the headless snakes in the house to show em off.................
            Joe
             
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              BT

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              RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Sun, 05/21/06 7:01 PM (permalink)
              Somewhere in snakedom there must be a web site on Roadfood for snakes that gives your place two thumbs up, "way up" as a money guru likes to say on TV. Snakes all across the South now look forward to a visit to your coop for a top-rated lunch.
               
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                PapaJoe8

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                RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Mon, 05/22/06 11:54 AM (permalink)
                Hmmm yall, dogs have a thread, now even snakes have a thread, and cats have no thread! Dosen't seam fair!
                Joe
                 
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                  Copperhedzkettle

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                  RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Mon, 05/22/06 1:11 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by BT

                  Somewhere in snakedom there must be a web site on Roadfood for snakes that gives your place two thumbs up, "way up" as a money guru likes to say on TV. Snakes all across the South now look forward to a visit to your coop for a top-rated lunch.



                  How dare you insinuate I somehow enticed or coerced the snakes into my Coop.
                  Because of this photo published on snakefood.com??????????? I KNOW YOU HAVE A SUBSCRIPTION!!!!



                  I am offended by yer tone.

                  Copperhedz
                   
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                    Pat T Hat

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                    RE: NAME THAT SNAKE! CAUTION Mon, 05/22/06 1:27 PM (permalink)
                    Oh come on now! Who ever heard of ketchup and mustard with Thumper Tartar? Deep fried on a stick perfectly acceptable
                     
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