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#26930 - 06/26/03 06:08 PM Snaaaaaakes!
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#26931 - 06/26/03 06:17 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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I guess its warm in there.... Where are those pics from?

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#26932 - 06/26/03 06:25 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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I don't suppose that those snakes are "listed"


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#26933 - 06/26/03 06:47 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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Maybe someone told him to use non-metallic snakes around live equipment?


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#26934 - 06/26/03 07:08 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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More PPE required.
Snake tongs,kevlar lined snake gloves,snake bag,etc.....or Steve Irwin as as a sidekick :

"Crikey Mate, she's a real beauty" Or as they would say in Oklahoma (that is an Oklahoma Gas & Electric truck isn't it?).....That thar is one damn big snake,bring me my shotgun


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#26935 - 06/26/03 07:51 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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Man, and I thought that hornets were bad!

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#26936 - 06/26/03 07:54 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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What kind of snakes are these?
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#26937 - 06/26/03 10:05 PM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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yeah really, are they poisonous snakes??> CRIKEY!!!

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#26938 - 06/27/03 12:00 AM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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non-metallic snakes


ROTFL!

Electricity isn't the only thing that'll bite...

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#26939 - 06/27/03 01:08 AM Re: Snaaaaaakes!
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"Power company officials today said that there was no truth to the rumor that snakes were being employed as electrical inspectors. They did, however, state that they might be looking into the possibility in the future, as it is clear that the snakes can get into tighter places for more critical inspection than is currently possible with human inspectors."



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