Snakes on a Bass!

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  1. voodoomagicboas

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    Okay, well, one snake.
    Happy Halloween from Voodoo Magic Boas.
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  2. Pelham Bleu

    Pelham Bleu All you need is fuzz.

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    I'm tired of these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday bass!
     
  3. fhm555

    fhm555 So FOS my eyes are brown Supporting Member

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    I heard the production of designer snakes is about to be outlawed.

    Was looking at a reptile sellers web page the other day and they had several boutique snakes and each description included the admonition to get them before the ban kicked in.
     
  4. voodoomagicboas

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    Man, I sure hope not! What would I do with these? lol
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    I know they've passed restrictions on Burmese pythons, but I haven't heard anything about designer snakes.
     
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  6. JellinWellen

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    That is pretty awesome, always loved snakes.

    I take it you like Alice cooper....?
     
  7. voodoomagicboas

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    Ha!
    Thank you!
    I like a couple of his songs. Slash was more my rock n roll reptile idol.
    He was on the cover of Reptiles Magazine with a big anaconda once...and of course, there was the video for patience, but I was over them by that point.
     
  8. Technotitclan

    Technotitclan Lurking TB from work

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    Whats the best snake for metal? :bag:
     
  9. Ric5

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    I live in Colorado. I get garter snakes in my yard. I thought is was cool until one got in my house. Now whenever I see a snake I kill it.
     
  10. kikstand454

    kikstand454 Supporting Member

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    If you kill a snake just because its a snake....you need to look inside yourself and ask what the hell is wrong with you.
     
  11. Ric5

    Ric5 Supporting Member

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    I also kill mice and rats and insects.

    I like to keep my house free of unwanted pests.
     
  12. kikstand454

    kikstand454 Supporting Member

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    Hey, its your world. Your house. * shrug*


    You said "whenever" though.....which to me implies if you're out and about....and see a snake....you kill it..... in which case I stand by my statement.
     
  13. tastybasslines

    tastybasslines Supporting Member

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    I'd let my bass burn in a fire before I'd deal with those things.
     
  14. ShredderMaximus

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    Not really related to the OP, but anyone seen these yet?
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    Its a scaleless Ball Python that some expert breeder managed to produce. Friggin awesome looking imo.
     
  15. kikstand454

    kikstand454 Supporting Member

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    That is beautiful!
     
  16. SturmUndDrang

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    No scales? It's like the hairless cat of snakes.
    I can understand kikstand454's sentiment about not killing stuff. I try to help convince things to get outside on their own and kill as a last resort, usually just insects.
     
  17. voodoomagicboas

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    Yeah. I wonder what they feel like.
    That's the one produced by Brian Barzyc (sp?), right?
     
  18. InsaneBassninja

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    What type of snake is that. Its perry snake you have there. I love the Bass as well.
     
  19. InsaneBassninja

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    I agree with that very nice.
     
  20. InsaneBassninja

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    I wouldn't mind have snakes around my House we have Chipmunks everywhere at my house. if there posinest yes I would care those other wise Its fine with me.
     
  21. ShredderMaximus

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    I've been wondering the same thing, probably velvety soft.

    And yeah, I had to double check but it was indeed Brian brjhkdgjhskj.
     

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