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Old 09-03-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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I mentioned having a snake around my neck the other day in the thread about the bridge weight limit. I said I would post a picture of it when I got back home; so here it is.



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Old 09-03-2012, 11:18 AM   #2
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Yikes! that is a big one, I bet it was heavy!
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Is that what they call an albino python? Sure is a big fella. Wouldn't want to be around when he got hungry.....
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Is that what they call an albino python? Sure is a big fella. Wouldn't want to be around when he got hungry.....

On Edit: (Correction don't think they told us it's an albino not sure what it was other than a python.) BTW, I wasn't un-comfortable at all after watching the presentation. There were several non-poisonous snakes they had out and were talking about them. I've felt of snakes before didn't remember how they felt. Wasn't a nasty cold feeling at all but with the python you could feel the large muscles moving when he would move. I don't remember how much it weighed but it felt like I was holding about 30 pounds or so. If you ever go near Cincinnati, OH be sure and take in the Creation Museum. Itís actually near the airport in KY just off of I-275.

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Saying you have a snake around your neck? You Sir, are the Master of the Understatement....
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Wow! I don't even like small snakes, so that is just wrong is so many ways...
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Originally posted by Bill-n-Donna " If you ever go near Cincinnati, OH be sure and take in the Creation Museum. Itís actually near the airport in KY just off of I-275."

Thanks for the suggestion, but I think I'll pass...I have NO use for snakes.

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Thanks for the suggestion, but I think I'll pass...I have NO use for snakes.


The snake thing was an additional presentation that was available by choice. Iím not sure if itís even available all the time. That definitely wasnít their main theme.
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