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Re: Gloves or not?

In a message dated 6/18/00 9:31:50 AM Eastern Daylight Time, beautbug@tm.net 

<< You know there are no poisonous 
 > snakes in SW OH, 
 Narda, you have them too!

Once about twenty years ago I chopped a water snake to smithereens thinking I 
was killing a water moccasin.  Cause quite a stir in the neighborhood and one 
teenager named Todd informed me that we do not have poisonous snakes in SW 
OH.  I didn't take his word for true, and feeling a little guilty I did the 
research at the library and even called the local nature preserve.  They all 
assured me that we have no snakes that are poisonous local.  Now I find the 
opposite is true.  Well, I can say at least this, been here for twenty-three 
years and been hanging with the boyscouts for the last nine years and have 
never seen or heard of anyone seeing a rattlesnake.  I am going to keep my 
hopes up.  N.
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