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OK some of you may remember last summer when I posted that a live snake had gotten into my house and I had to remove it.

 

This time, I captured a large (3.5ft) snake (Black Racer) and brought it into my house for a quick picture. That was a "slow day" in the music business.

 

Anyway, people, don't try this at home as some species are very poisonous and can kill.

 

Michael Oster

F7 Sound and Vision

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Is that a 16 or 24 channel live snake? :P:D

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If I give you my ex-wife's address, will you ship it to her? :thu:

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Can't send him to your ex, cuz I released him shortly after the picture was taken. He seemed to be pretty good with people, however. I did want to keep him, but when my wife saw the picture, she kinda freaked! She wasn't too happy that I brought that snake into the house.

 

Michael Oster

F7 Sound and Vision

http://www.F7sound.com

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Originally posted by F7sound@gte.net:

OK some of you may remember last summer when I posted that a live snake had gotten into my house and I had to remove it.

 

This time, I captured a large (3.5ft) snake (Black Racer) and brought it into my house for a quick picture. That was a "slow day" in the music business.

 

Anyway, people, don't try this at home as some species are very poisonous and can kill.

 

Michael Oster

F7 Sound and Vision

http://www.F7sound.com

Neat, can you upload the sample?

 

Most of the real poisonous ones are in Australia. They have snakes there that can kill just by looking at you, and they're not even stage managers.

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