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Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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That's what I am saying. Forget this political correct, undermine of human intelligence. Cowboy up! Be the glowing fire you are to be. Blood, Soul and Rock and Roll! Sounds like a poem from Allan Ginsberg and long lost Abby Hoffman. Flashback from old friend, long gone Timothy from Berkley. Bad deal at New York airport


Well, here's to ya! Hymn for the dudes. Mott the Hoople!


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Posted on: 7/12 12:55


Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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Does post #16 have anything to do with Rattlesnakes. You bet! The true meaning is here. Not afraid by no means to secure a understanding of life, freedom and pursuit of happiness. The man takes your freedom a inch at a time. I am looking for sportsman to take it back a foot at a time!

Cool, Cool, wind in your face. Harvest your ginseng now! 3 prongers no! 4 prongers, dig deep!


Posted on: 7/12 13:22


Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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Now to understand posts previous, in a level headed manor. We need a shouter, a poet, a genius. Put them together and more work on the life of rattlesnakes evolves. No more beating them with sticks, running over them, shooting them, grabbing them with those long metal sticks with the tweezer prongs on the end. I would think being picked up around the gut with those prongs would hurt. If someone did that to me, I would get mad too! Always thought given time, a rattlesnake would let you pet it.

Pa. has probably done the most for reptiles out of all the states. Would like to see more university studies on rattlers. So, we need the 3 wise guys to go to work and let the truth be known. Beautiful serpent means you no harm!

By the way, I have petted wild skunks before. Yes, I have witnesses. Trick is, make sure you are face to face. He turns around, time to run!

Maxima12

Oh, by the way, catch a rattler and not take it back to same spot caught to let it back in wild, means sure death to snake. Heard tell tales from old wise one's. They even have there own paths, just like deer!

Posted on: 7/14 16:09


Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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By the way, I have petted wild skunks before. Yes, I have witnesses. Trick is, make sure you are face to face. He turns around, time to run!



Wait ... SkunkS? Meaning more than one? Really?

My cousin did that once. Key word is once.

He caught it in a leg hold trap, and successfully let it go. It never even tried to spray. Then he figured it must be tame so he started petting it.

He figured wrong. Then again, he did get a day off from school as a result.

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Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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Cool, Cool, wind in your face. Harvest your ginseng now! 3 prongers no! 4 prongers, dig deep!



Bad advice. Ginseng season in PA doesn't start until Sept 1.

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Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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Farmerdave, your on it brother. Ginseng, tastes like chicken!

Posted on: 7/15 8:40


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Took me awhile but I was wondering where I’ve been reminded of ole maxi- then it struck me as I watched Blazing Saddles. Thanks Mel!


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Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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That's me. Perfect!

Posted on: 7/15 12:36


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He must be Mongo.

Posted on: 7/15 13:46
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Re: TIMBER RATTLESNAKES #2

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Years ago, my dad was fishing Benner Run, a small trib to the lower end of the Black Moshannon in Centre County. He was sliding along a bank that was at eye level. He happened to turn toward the bank when he came upon a rattlesnake at eye level within striking distance. He let himself fall straight back into the stream. As far as he knew, the snake did not attempt a strike.

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