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Posted by budman 1st on May 11, 2003 at 16:05:10:
In Reply to: VENOMOIDS vs. IMPORTS posted by ImportedDeath on May 11, 2003 at 13:32:37:
rich clearly stated in his venomoid ads WC that means wild caught then venomoided duh.
wild caught mambAS YOU KNOW NOT WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT!
SO YOU ARE POINTING TO RICHES WILD CAUGHT STUFF?
here is the topic wild man venomoidS BAD OR not!
I dont think anyone cares about youR rantingS and ravingS.
YOU HAD A SNAKE WITH PARASITES LEARN TO IDENTIFY AND TREAT IT
LIKE ALL OF US THEN IT WOULD NOT HAVE DIED YOUR FAULT.
we have our own rant going on.
We need a rant and rave forum now.
:I couldn't agree more - I am so sick of hearing about VENOMOID rants when half of these supposed "legit" herpers rape & pillage wild populations whenever they get the opppurtunity to make fifty cents. Most will flat-out lie about the origin of the animal & tell an unexpecting customer that it is a C.b. when it is fresh off the boat. Looks good enough to be a C.b. animal - right.? The whole point in captive propagation is to supply the demand for animals through concentrated breeding efforts. Most of these "nosey" non-venomoiders are low-down shady importers who could care less about the health of the animals (or their keepers). If you don't like Venomoids - don't buy them - I know I don't buy your imported crap!! I don't complain to you about the half-dead animals on your tables. There are exceptions - rare species & oddball mutations that wouldn't make it in the wild anyways. If someone wants to spend an extra $300 on an animal to have it Venomoid that is their right to do so!! It is far better than spending $30,000 in hospital bills & legal fines. What if there are children that live in the house w/ venomous animals? You say no VENOMOIDS - I say no wild-caught animals. There are exceptions - rare species & oddball mutations that wouldn't make it in the wild anyways. I guarantee more animals die from being plucked out of the wild than animals being operated on to make them safe captives. I say shame on you for trying to sell that parasite infested crap - leave it in the wild where it belongs & quite making yourselves look like "know-it-all" nazis!!!! I keep both hot & venomoids (10+ yrs.) & refuse to believe that removing the venom glands from an animal is the same as filing down a dog's teeth!! Ludacris comparison. Stay out of others business or someone may aim for your glass house. P.S. Keep your parasite & bacteria infested crap away from my table - yuk!!