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Posted by SNAKESDJF on April 19, 2003 at 21:53:48:
In Reply to: Hello Dave,.... posted by Kerby... on April 18, 2003 at 09:44:11:
thats funny 38,000 troops in France?,lol,lol,lol,lol,lol!!
we don't even have a base over there and if we did we definatley would nothave that many personnel over there. i wish i was here to hear this dispute. not unless we have 38,000 Grunts on embassy duty crowded in one room at the embassy in france,lol,lol Anyway, i am glad breeding is going well. i'm sorry about your disapointment with the wild caught king with the sexes. it's still a hot snake in my book. oh by the way did you ever sell that preserved black tailed rattlesnake Tax. taht was really cool, thanks dave, France? :), lol,lol,lol,lol
the guy wasn't slammin' our troops or anything like that; in fact we agree on the support. He just had erroneous info in his post. He stated that we had 38,000 troops stationed in France. I just corrected him and then he started acting like a kid and even e-mailed with some pretty childish name calling LOL. I had to go to my son's baseball game and when I got back, the thread was deleted, so I am not sure what all was said, oh well....
:back to breeding snakes. Every year I bring my snakes up from brumation and start the breeding projects at the same time and every year my corns and milks become gravid well before my cal kings. There are only a few of my cal kings that I can see are gravid for sure, the others I am still working on. The cal king you are referring to is a wild-caught from last year that I thought was a male (from the guy who caught him) so I made breeding plans accordingly. But when I tried that project there was an immediate indication that was not the case LOL soo........ I have now paired her up with another snake that I originally had not planned on. Oh well, have to wait and see what they produce...