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squirreld
08-28-2011, 13:39
Gardener?

http://home.earthlink.net/~squirreld/s1.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~squirreld/s2.jpg

J_P
08-28-2011, 13:40
That snake got sliced and diced!!

squirreld
08-28-2011, 13:46
yeah I don't react well around snakes. So far, it has not ended well for anyone that I have ever met.

Glockdude1
08-28-2011, 13:58
D.R.T snake.

(Dead right there)

:cool:

michael e
08-28-2011, 14:05
Since its dead I would say its a good snake.

X-ray 4N6
08-28-2011, 14:15
Common garter snake, I think.

HotRoderX
08-28-2011, 14:24
My vote is for dead snake also very commonly found in neighborhoods and other populated areas

jdavionic
08-28-2011, 14:28
Looks like it was a common garter snake.

Why did you kill it?

Angry Fist
08-28-2011, 14:37
All you need is some onions, fry that sucker up!

squirreld
08-28-2011, 14:59
Looks like it was a common garter snake.
Why did you kill it?

It was in my garage.
Unless your invited into my house, its not a good idea to be there.

J_P
08-28-2011, 15:12
It was in my garage.
Unless your invited into my house, its not a good idea to be there.

:rofl: Good point

msoprano
08-28-2011, 15:19
Looks like it was a common garter snake.

Why did you kill it?

This. Killing it was pretty lame.

arabianights
08-28-2011, 16:17
not cool killing it

it might have been keeping mice away

powder86
08-28-2011, 16:34
howd ya kill it? shovel?

ratf51
08-28-2011, 17:25
howd ya kill it? shovel?

I'm betting he cut in half with his steely gaze...

Jonesee
08-28-2011, 18:19
Garter Snake.

I can't think of a more harmless snake. (I really can't)

eracer
08-28-2011, 18:26
Next time, go on a slug hunting rampage. Those suckers are far more dangerous than garter snakes.

squirreld
08-28-2011, 19:19
I have cats and dogs for the mice and other critters.
It was a shovel.
Typically when I see a snake, its dead. Ill worry about ID'ing it after its dead.
Works out better for me.

lawman800
08-28-2011, 23:50
Garter snakes are great pets. I had one as a pet. Now that you made your own Gasden flag... Declare your independence!

TangoFoxtrot
08-29-2011, 02:32
Looks like my boss in pieces. :whistling:

Steff1
08-29-2011, 04:58
since its dead i would say its a good snake.

^ +1 ....

Ronaldo
08-29-2011, 09:14
Garter Snake.....

Don't kill these guys... they are good to have around, eat bugs and small rodents. Totally harmless, though they will give you a nip if you pick them up.

Ronaldo

cyrsequipment
08-29-2011, 09:57
Spiders are quite beneficial too, doesn't mean that I want them in my garage or home either, they get treated the same...

AA#5
08-29-2011, 10:12
not cool killing it

it might have been keeping mice away

Garter smakes' main diet is insects.

Glock30Eric
08-29-2011, 11:56
Wow, you have found the "Don't Tread on me" snake!!! ;)

bdcochran
08-29-2011, 15:01
Colubrid snake genus (Thamnophis).

Should not have started eviction proceedings.

Federal offense! Just kidding.

Powermwt
08-29-2011, 15:39
Gardener?

http://home.earthlink.net/~squirreld/s1.jpg
http://home.earthlink.net/~squirreld/s2.jpg


Common garter snake
http://www.gartersnake.org/pictures/common%20garter%20snake%20on%20straw.jpg

http://www.gartersnake.org/pictures.htm

lawman800
08-29-2011, 18:54
Colubrid snake genus (Thamnophis).

Should not have started eviction proceedings.

Federal offense! Just kidding.

The snake at least worked to earn it's keep unlike welfare recipients.

wuvmyglock
08-29-2011, 19:20
Snakes have the capacity to communicate via brainwaves to other snakes when they feel frightened... Tonight as you sleep.. Hundreds of his buddies will be slithering towards you.. Lying in wait.. When they hear the snores.. They will pounce.. Sleep well my friend.. LOL

lawman800
08-29-2011, 20:09
I hate these mother****ing snakes on this mother****ing plane!