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The latest crime wave

Big news on Tampa TV today is the theft of an exotic dancer's Burmese python. Theft reported on the 5 AM news; recovery reported on the 5 PM news. Can't imagine who would want to steal a 20-foot snake, but criminal minds work in mysterious ways. Can't even imagine what one would do with it once stolen. When interviewed about the theft [AM news], the dancer was asked if the snake was dangerous. She said, "No. Actually, he's kind of shy." I thought you'd be interested.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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