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Posted by shadow on May 13, 2003 at 06:51:15:
In Reply to: MA Laws, rear-fangs posted by BGF on May 13, 2003 at 04:25:43:
Oh yeah,i gave them the same reasoning and they replied that the dog injuries and even the injuries and deaths caused by horses should be looked at,but they have no control over those animals,they are concerned only with exotics and the native wild species.Besides,to many people in authority here in TN have lots of dogs and horses,so you know they will never be looked closely by any agency.With the exception of the API wankers of course.Just give me to the end of the year when the next fiscal session gets ready to begin.Ive got the attention of some legislators that im going to work with to create some changes in the law.Ive already got stacks of info and statistics to submit.Thats where the info that you are working on about the rearfangs will come into play.Also,like we talked about before,they are going to look at your research when it comes out to review some of the rearfangs again.Well see what happens.
:I'm sure they happily overlook simple fact that there has never been a documented case of a venomous snake getting out and injuring an innocent member of the public. This is in contrast to the numerous dogbites that happen in every town, every day.
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