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Re: Rostral rubbing


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Posted by Richard Mastenbroek on March 26, 2002 at 02:59:44:

In Reply to: Rostral rubbing posted by Raymond Hoser on March 25, 2002 at 19:12:14:

Hoser,

First when I med you in Australia, I didnít see a guy with balls but what we call a LOOK A LIKE HEROINE JUNKY.Before you start talking about a type of snake that you have never seen in real life start to do some research with some live specimens. Also you donít even know the difference between a deathadder and Irian jaya Kingbrown I provide you a photo here of an overfed brown snake head showing it's in tact rostral scale

FIND THE 10 DIFFERENCES ?????

You also told that you think that my snakes are in poor condition. I know you no nothing about captive care on snakes, because I believe your not ALLOWED TO KEEP SNAKES IN AUSTRALIA BECAUSE YOU KEPT SOME ILLIGAL ONES, ISNíT ????? HOSER
I also understand that it is hard to read because otherwise you have seen in my previous post that I told that Iím not scientist and know nothing about taxonomic stuff. But I think you will understand because youíre not a scientist to and also know nothing about taxonomy. As I heard from some good friends in Australia is the deathadder paper you wrote stolen from Rob Valentic and Criss Hay, they were working on it for quit a while, BECAUSE THEY KEEP DEAUTHADDERS AND HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE OF KEEPING SNAKES.\
So Hoser your just a stealing lying thief and nothing more.
As for shipping snakes out of Australia. I do not know were you talk about, but maybe you can write it in your new book smuggled 3, because even all your books are based on your little fantasy world.
I will stay on the taxonomic forum if you like or not, and this just because I want to learn things. When I look at you I only see a little sick puppy that enjoys spreading lies and doubtful (amateur) scientific work.

Hoser there is only one thing HAIL TO WULFGANG AND ALL THE OTHER REAL SCIENTIST, and for you I can only have a big laugh about you.
Ps. When you get bored please post some pictures of babies in microwaves or your wife giving birth, as you did before over the e-mail, YES I HAVE ALSO SEEN THEM,

Hoser try to catch a bullet,

And to the real scientists on this forum thanks for all the valuable work you guys do, and I stay around to learn more,

Richard Mastenbroek (Mr Taipan)


: Richard, perhaps I may politely recommend that you take some time out from Kingsnake to look more closely at your snakes, which appear to be in poor condition - and also heed Scott's suggestion above. I suggest that you avoid taxonomy comments for the time being, as your knowledge in this area is evidently not as extensive as that you have in terms of getting plane tickets to Australia and then shipping our snakes out.
: Notwithstanding this, I provide you a photo here of an overfed brown snake head showing it's in tact rostral scale.
: All the best




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