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Posted by Mike on February 01, 2002 at 22:49:34:

In Reply to: Re: yeah.... posted by Barbara Milller on January 30, 2002 at 17:26:53:

So many people buy on impulse, and then try to research later. You would think people would catch a clue at some point, especially if they lose an animal or two. You have to wonder how they manage to take care of themselves. Its been that way forever and I don't see it changing anytime soon. You would Natural Selection would weed them out at some point. I guess we are not going to be that lucky, we'll just have to deal with them and convince them to research first and buy later.

Mike
: I think I know who put that in the paper. I met a lady at PetLand and she was buying a rat, so herper's instinct, I asked her what she kept and she said she had a "Balled Python" but it was her sisters and she was trying to sell it. I asked her some stuff about it and I found out that it was 2 years old and five feet long. That doesn't sound like a ball python to me! Really, you would expect people to know what they kept!
: -Sarah




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