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post #1 of Old 12-18-2006, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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Why you should always watch where you walking!

I came across this lil guy on a customers driveway today.






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post #2 of Old 12-19-2006, 12:16 AM
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You take more pictures than anyone I know

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You take more pictures than anyone I know
I never leave home without it!!

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Awwww

It's just hungry. Poor little thing

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Yeah Dave he was hungry trying to get at my little toe!

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I still remember the time I hit a bats nest with a pressure washer. It was behind a shutter and it would have been fine except I was on a ladder and that thing came right at me.

My boss never gave me one of those fancy extentions like you guys have. I was always on the top of 40' ladders hitting the trigger and hoping for the best.

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Shane What Kind Of Snake Is That

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If I were to see that snake I would just run away...
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I can handle rats and roaches but snakes and spiders are just a whole new level of NOPE.
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