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Re: Outrage!

What kind of snakes, Donna?  There aren't many poisonous
ones in your part of the world, and the rest of them are really
friends who help control the rabbits and such.  I welcome 
them.  Of course if it is a poisonous one, it is wise to be
wary, but they are usually more wary of you than you of them.

In a message dated 05/28/2005 10:38:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
And then there are the snakes.... DH is almost to the point of refusing to
go in the back yard. He has seen it twice in the last couple of weeks. The
last time I went looking for it, couldn't find it. I was going to relocate
it since I need him to help me back there. If my mother didn't verify his
story, I would have thought he was just trying to get out of helping.

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