upon the "mine, mine, mine" statement more but I probably shouldn't. But, when has that stopped me? Oh well, that phrase was coined by an AZ resident who some of us use to associate with. One time, in the heat of the moment (seeing a snake), he jumped out of the car and ran back in an attempt to be the first person to reach the snake. That phrase somehow slipped out of his mouth. It revealed how selfish he was. He was embarrassed it slipped out but it didn't change his selfish approach to herping. However, his selfish approach to herping changed the minds of those people who were out for the enjoyment.