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working conditions #165919
07/07/07 06:50 PM
07/07/07 06:50 PM
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luckyshadow  Offline OP
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Re: working conditions [Re: luckyshadow] #165928
07/08/07 03:03 AM
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e57  Offline
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OK... The gator I think I could handle if I had a head start on the get away... That many snakes in one place - I'd quit! You could run, but you might run into one of their ankle bittin' cousins as you did.


Mark Heller
"Well - I oughta....." -Jackie Gleason
Re: working conditions [Re: e57] #165939
07/08/07 10:44 AM
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Estero,Fl,usa
Great pictures but I think Snopes has debunked the FPL connection. I think the snakes were actually in Texas.


Greg Fretwell
Re: working conditions [Re: gfretwell] #165941
07/08/07 10:55 AM
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LK  Offline
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Wow, the only time i see that many snakes in one place is when all the electricians come back to the shop!

Re: working conditions [Re: LK] #165944
07/08/07 11:13 AM
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JoeTestingEngr  Offline
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Just tell yourself that they taste like chicken.
Joe

Re: working conditions [Re: LK] #165945
07/08/07 11:14 AM
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Yikes!

I remember pulling off the side of the highway down South and getting out to have a drink, check the map, etc. It was about that time I saw a 'gator slowly making its way right alongside the car. I figured it would probably be a good idea to get back in and drive on a little further......

Re: working conditions [Re: pauluk] #165947
07/08/07 11:46 AM
07/08/07 11:46 AM
renosteinke  Offline
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Blue Collar Country
If I saw a gator that big ... in a pipe that size ... I'd ask him if he could pull some wire for me ....

Re: working conditions [Re: renosteinke] #165949
07/08/07 11:56 AM
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pauluk  Offline
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Just so long as you don't want me to be the one who ties the draw rope to his tail......

I held a baby alligator down in Fla. once. That was enough! wink

Re: working conditions [Re: pauluk] #165954
07/08/07 01:14 PM
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Reno: Just ask him VERY nicely...

Mike (mamills)

Re: working conditions [Re: mamills] #165956
07/08/07 03:53 PM
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Alan Belson  Offline
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Mayenne N. France
...then, fix it on his tail with crocodile
clips!


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