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Re: Hey Brad A.

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Posted by brad anderson on January 12, 2003 at 19:41:56:

In Reply to: Hey Brad A. posted by Doug Beckwith on January 12, 2003 at 17:01:11:



:The Pete Wright Persimmon Gap DOR was found in '88 to my recollection. I saw a polaroid, which could possibly be the only photo, at least the only photo I have ever seen of the aninal. It was an INCREDIBLE snake.

:I agree w/ Joe that the photo was not great for color, however Pete's personal comment was, and I am paraphrasing here, "it had great color".
I think I heard the story from Charlie Bently but I'm not positive. Just thought if anybody had a picture of it, Joe would.
Congrats to you on the Brad Johnson[should still be a redskin]led Buccaneers in winning their last game of the season today. We both know the Eastern champions will stop them COLD next week. Too bad they arn't men enough to play in cold weather.
Just another fair weather wussy team! At least they made the playoffs. Too bad they lost that home game to your other team the last week of the season. They would be playing at home next week instead. Better luck next year.
On an alterna subject: How about "Fraserberg" as a new name for Langtry?? Has a nice ring of $$$$$$ to it doesn't it.

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