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    Snow snakes are real!
    I guess you guys don't believe in Santa Clause either!

    "There is a beast that taunts me. And I shall have his head!"


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    Snow Snake

    The Snow Snake was the first creature that I heard about when I got to northern Maine. I got there in Feburary and there was several feet of snow on the ground. I was told the only thing I had to be scared of in the north woods of Maine were the snow snakes. I was told they were very deadly, if you weren't carefull in deep snow they would crawl up your -utt and freeze you to death. Of course being a young man from the south I didn't know anything about such things as snow snakes, but now they make for some good stories now.




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    some one find me a left handed screwdriver.

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    I tried a left handed screwdiver once. It wasn't versatile enough for me. I like the ambidextrous ones.
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    You do need a left-handed screwdriver to open up a can of sky-blue pink paint.
    Ever heard of the left-handed smoke shifter? They'll repel snowsnakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoco57
    You do need a left-handed screwdriver to open up a can of sky-blue pink paint.
    Ever heard of the left-handed smoke shifter? They'll repel snowsnakes.
    Ive heard of the smoke shifter, I always tell people I already have one... its my left hand... you wave it and it shifts the smoke :P

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    I seen a snow snake once.It wasn't there when I got in my tree stand.When I went to get down I seen it and I stayed in the tree all night.Bad critters them snow snakes.

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    I keep my left handed screw drivers in the sam box with my metric crescent wrench.
    ... and just so you know... Mega-Lefty here! ---->>>>
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    boys

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    Snow Snakes are real, there is record of one that was seen on the Whitehouse Lawn during the Clinton Administration. It was first thought it was maliciously trained and released by Al Gore because it wrote "Bill doesn't love me" in the snow with its yellow track. But after further study the FBI found it was Hillary's handwriting with Jesse Jackson's DNA......

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    Smile Close

    You boys are close but the real snow snake is found where ever hunters hunt in cold weather.

    It has to be cold very cold, so when you take a whizz in the snow, your urine freezes solid and the dreaded snow Snake jumps up wraps itself around the frozen stream of urine and bite your Ying yang with its FANGS and then you a deader than a door nail

    Knew a fella from Alberta that survived but he lost his Ying yang in the incident

    To avoid this best to piss right up against a tree when they cant find the frozen Golden Arch to attack you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cfuhrer
    boys
    ...will be boys!
    ... and just so you know... Mega-Lefty here! ---->>>>
    The safest person in a gun free zone is the one with a gun.

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    My whole life I have heard of the dreaded Snow Snake. I was told they wrap around your feet and trip you and then pack snow up your bu** until you die.

    Don't tell me they are not real. I moved to Georgia from up north because of my fear of this painful death.

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    This is the funniest thread I have read in a while
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    Makes sense to me.

    I know Jake, who while awake, ate a snow snake, he was some what of a flake, it should be bake(d), for heaven sake, this is no fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozarker
    This is the funniest thread I have read in a while
    Me too!

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    funny

    guys this is funny

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    I found a brave girl standing next to one.....



    And, a whole tree full of em!
    "There is a beast that taunts me. And I shall have his head!"

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    I believe i really do.honest.

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    Snow Snakes are for real

    My six years in Alaska I was bitten at least once a year or at least had a close call. They do hunt in packs, usually if the first personmakes it through there are others along the route set up for an ambush.

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    this is funny im scared of snow snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtroll
    I have heard on rare occasions they will even make a run that looks like human handwriting.

    YEP.. and if they spell you're name out you are toast..

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    Dreamed I was an eskimo
    Frozen wind began to blow
    Under my boots and around my toes
    The frost that bit the ground below
    It was a hundred degrees below zero...

    And my mama cried
    And my mama cried
    Nanook, a-no-no
    Nanook, a-no-no
    Donít be a naughty eskimo
    Save your money, donít go to the show

    Well I turned around and I said oh, oh oh
    Well I turned around and I said oh, oh oh
    Well I turned around and I said ho, ho
    And the northern lights commenced to glow
    And she said, with a tear in her eye
    Watch out where the huskies go, and donít you eat that yellow snow
    Watch out where the huskies go, and donít you eat that yellow snow

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    Heres a lil one I photographed
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