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Snakes as personal safety devices?
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jdchaser
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April 2, 2012 - 7:47 pm
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Would a snake, trained well work on as a personal safety divice? :think:

Why are you hiding the truth from me when I can see it in plain sight? The only thing this proves is how blind you really are.

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"jdchaser" wrote: Would a snake, trained well work on as a personal safety divice? :think:

yes. if it were a ' colt python ' (357 cal) ... hahahahahha sorry, couldn't resist.

:mrgreen:

ps . you might want to get a better lock smith !!!

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couldn't resist....

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