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Posted by terryp on March 26, 2003 at 13:59:15:
In Reply to: Re: TO GREG WOODIE posted by greg woodie on March 25, 2003 at 22:28:14:
herpers taking such a keen interest in their snakes. There still should always be a little, "my snake is better than your snake" type of thing. Especially when it's in fun. LOL. It's great for the hobby. Keep putting up the pics and posts. Good luck
::You did not affend me,it a very easy mastake.Just a couple of months ago I was asking all kinds of people what this or that snake was thinking it was something different.And I am still asking about certin snakes.There are alot of people on this fourm that are more then willing to help.That is avery nice looking bull.P-RAT
:hey! thanks, man! it's been more than 20 years since i've tried to study and keep snakes and i guess alot has changed since then, including names and scientific names! i didn't even know until recently that Bulls and Gophers were now being classified as 'catenifer' and no longer 'melanoleucus'! i need to brush up. i know some people can be particular about their snakes. i am, too, sometimes. i was just hoping i hadn't touched a nerve. thanks for the friendly advice. i really like this forum!