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RE: Really?

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Posted by: KevinM at Wed Feb 17 21:04:01 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by KevinM ]  
   

Not trying to rain on your parade. However, you dont seem overwhelmed with any of the suggestions made and seem to be seeking some "super snake". Big, but not too big, colorful but not common, something that will make people think its cool when they see it. I dont keep snakes other people think are cool. I got rid of those a long,long time ago (red tailed boas, burmese python, etc.) It only has to be cool in your minds eye and something you will enjoy keeping and interacting with. All the replys you are getting are personal opinions and examples. Read a few good general snake books. Many give detailed descriptions on size, temperament, and care requirements. Plus most come with color pictures to compare different snakes to one another. Your replys remind me of asking someone what they want for dinner and they say "It doesnt matter, I really dont care, anything will do". I say, "OK, great, I'm in the mood for Chinese food." Then they reply "No, I dont want Chinese food." Whats up with that??


   

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