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(TampaBay.com (St. Petersburg Tim)   Scientists have captured a 17'7" Burmese Python with 87 eggs stored in its stomach, both numbers of which broke a record for largest snake found in Florida AND FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHY WOULD YOU NOT KILL IT AND ITS EGGS?   (tampabay.com) divider line 115
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2012-08-13 09:01:22 PM
They did.
 
2012-08-13 09:11:47 PM
Why is the python storing eggs in it's stomach? That seems abnormal.
 
2012-08-13 09:33:27 PM
Subby, y u so stoopid?
 
2012-08-13 09:50:44 PM
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2012-08-13 10:23:42 PM
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/AND SPAM
 
2012-08-14 12:06:20 AM
Skip Snow, a biologist at...

With a name like his, I will genuinely be surprised if he doesn't wear polo shirts with the collar popped.
 
2012-08-14 12:40:30 AM
All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.
 
2012-08-14 12:51:50 AM
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2012-08-14 12:53:01 AM

Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.


I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom...I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom....I will not think about the....

....Chilled Monkey Brains?.....

DAMMIT.
 
2012-08-14 12:56:46 AM

miss diminutive: Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.

I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom...I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom....I will not think about the....

....Chilled Monkey Brains?.....

DAMMIT.


Nah, it's Florida. It'll be deep fried or made into some kind of weird sandwich.
 
2012-08-14 12:57:22 AM

Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good


Nope...

Nutria still run rampant in LA...

And coonasses already eat as many as they can.
 
2012-08-14 01:11:15 AM
the snake will be mounted for exhibition at the museum for five years and then returned to Everglades National Park

boy did I read that WRONG the first time.
WHY the fark would they return a dead snake to the park???

the snake will be mounted for exhibition at the museum for five years and then returned for exhibition to Everglades National Park
I must learn to skip less words.
 
2012-08-14 01:15:20 AM
Unborn eggs, yum.
 
2012-08-14 01:15:57 AM
My python boot was too tight,
I couldn't get it off last night.
 
2012-08-14 02:12:01 AM

Tarkus: Why is the python storing eggs in it's stomach? That seems abnormal.


Why is there an apostrophe in your possessive pronoun? That seems abnormal.
 
2012-08-14 02:13:13 AM

feckingmorons: They did.


I was going to reply THEY DID, but hey, that subtlety works too.
 
2012-08-14 02:14:58 AM

shanrick: My python boot was too tight,
I couldn't get it off last night.


I've been drinking and I really misread your post, but you knew that would happen didn't you?
:)
 
2012-08-14 02:15:19 AM
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zoinks!
 
2012-08-14 02:15:53 AM

Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.


not even remotely a CSB

When i was a kid, I tried training ants to attack/eat Gypsy Moth caterpillars.. ....

that is all
 
2012-08-14 02:16:55 AM

New Farkin User Name: Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.

not even remotely a CSB

When i was a kid, I tried training ants to attack/eat Gypsy Moth caterpillars.. ....

that is all


CRAP! upon re-reading, you mean hicks, right? damn. post waste.
/i tried to train my brother?
 
2012-08-14 02:18:48 AM
I tink I just became a python breeder
 
2012-08-14 02:19:47 AM
Something about tfa made me chuckle, don't know why.
That said, I pictured several handbags being made out of it's flesh.
 
2012-08-14 02:20:17 AM
OK, why is the USGS involved in this shiat? This is not even farking CLOSE to Geological!
 
2012-08-14 02:20:35 AM

namatad: the snake will be mounted for exhibition at the museum for five years and then returned to Everglades National Park

boy did I read that WRONG the first time.
WHY the fark would they return a dead snake to the park???



As a warning to all the other snakes.
 
2012-08-14 02:21:19 AM
That's an impressively large snake. Almost as impressive as the submitter's inability to determine that the snake was already dead, despite the entire article written about it, and accompanying picture of said snake being cut open.
 
2012-08-14 02:21:53 AM
FTA: Skip Snow, a biologist at Everglades National Park who specializes in pythons

Skip Snow; A dweeby nerd with a fanny pack? Or, a badass cooler than Steve Erwin?

Either way, I bet its a cool job. Travel, your own lab, jeeps with gear, khaki shorts and Columbia boots. Probably even one of those cool bush hats.
 
2012-08-14 02:24:30 AM
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Should have let it grow...

/I am the sleestak cadillac
 
2012-08-14 02:24:30 AM

Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.


Or you could release a breeding population of King Cobras into the everglades, they prey pretty much exclusively on other snakes. Could not go wrong there.
 
2012-08-14 02:24:57 AM
Pythons don't keep their eggs in their stomachs, subby, you great twit.

Owning a 17-foot Burmese myself, I always get sad seeing that they have to be controlled in Florida, but I understand why. They're so beautiful and gentle, though, that it makes me need to cuddle Karma for a bit (his name).

Then I watch shows like Monster Quest and listen to supposed scientists and biologists repeatedly almost yelling that the Burmese pythons in Florida are horrible lurking menaces waiting to devour man and beast alike with movie monster gusto and ferocity and that families are in danger and WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?, and I roll my eyes and sigh.

Now the African Rock pythons that have also established a population, they're ornery cusses who bite first and ask questions later, and are pretty dangerous. They're also very easy to tell apart from the Burmese. And now they're saying Burmese and African Rocks are interbreeding and it will produce a "super snake" that's as big as a Burmese, as mean as an African Rock, and will start hunting humans as preferred prey, and I'm wondering how these idiots managed to get through high school, much less whatever universities they attended.
 
2012-08-14 02:25:22 AM
They took it alive and brought it to the USGS office in Davie, where they fitted it with radio transmitters and other devices and returned it to the Everglades.

Fassssst and Furiousssss?
 
2012-08-14 02:27:34 AM
Idiot subby, it's a Myanmarese Python now.
 
2012-08-14 02:27:59 AM
Its...
 
2012-08-14 02:28:24 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Pythons don't keep their eggs in their stomachs, subby, you great twit.

Owning a 17-foot Burmese myself, I always get sad seeing that they have to be controlled in Florida, but I understand why. They're so beautiful and gentle, though, that it makes me need to cuddle Karma for a bit (his name).

Then I watch shows like Monster Quest and listen to supposed scientists and biologists repeatedly almost yelling that the Burmese pythons in Florida are horrible lurking menaces waiting to devour man and beast alike with movie monster gusto and ferocity and that families are in danger and WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?, and I roll my eyes and sigh.

Now the African Rock pythons that have also established a population, they're ornery cusses who bite first and ask questions later, and are pretty dangerous. They're also very easy to tell apart from the Burmese. And now they're saying Burmese and African Rocks are interbreeding and it will produce a "super snake" that's as big as a Burmese, as mean as an African Rock, and will start hunting humans as preferred prey, and I'm wondering how these idiots managed to get through high school, much less whatever universities they attended.


I thought the problem with pythons was they liked to cuddle?
 
2012-08-14 02:31:04 AM
Illegal immgrunt snakes ur takin ur jerbs!
 
2012-08-14 02:35:14 AM

Confabulat: miss diminutive: Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.

I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom...I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom....I will not think about the....

....Chilled Monkey Brains?.....

DAMMIT.

Nah, it's Florida. It'll be deep fried or made into some kind of weird sandwich.


Python Floss
 
2012-08-14 02:38:08 AM
WHY WOULD YOU NOT KILL IT

keeps away the rodents of unusual size.
 
2012-08-14 02:40:25 AM
Subby, the stomach and the uterus are two different organs. Most people learn this in health class in elementary school, but maybe you were homeschooled.
 
2012-08-14 02:41:35 AM

miss diminutive: Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.

I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom...I will not think about the dinner scene in Temple of Doom....I will not think about the....

....Chilled Monkey Brains?.....

DAMMIT.


I had bugs for lunch
 
2012-08-14 02:42:31 AM

platedlizard: Subby, the stomach and the uterus are two different organs. Most people learn this in health class in elementary school, but maybe you were homeschooled.


Yeah, but if you ram it in hard enough, you can bust right through the uterus and stomach-fark that biatch.
 
2012-08-14 02:48:09 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Pythons don't keep their eggs in their stomachs, subby, you great twit.

Owning a 17-foot Burmese myself, I always get sad seeing that they have to be controlled in Florida, but I understand why. They're so beautiful and gentle, though, that it makes me need to cuddle Karma for a bit (his name).

Then I watch shows like Monster Quest and listen to supposed scientists and biologists repeatedly almost yelling that the Burmese pythons in Florida are horrible lurking menaces waiting to devour man and beast alike with movie monster gusto and ferocity and that families are in danger and WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?, and I roll my eyes and sigh.

Now the African Rock pythons that have also established a population, they're ornery cusses who bite first and ask questions later, and are pretty dangerous. They're also very easy to tell apart from the Burmese. And now they're saying Burmese and African Rocks are interbreeding and it will produce a "super snake" that's as big as a Burmese, as mean as an African Rock, and will start hunting humans as preferred prey, and I'm wondering how these idiots managed to get through high school, much less whatever universities they attended.


dangerous snakes should be illegal to have as pets
 
2012-08-14 02:49:35 AM

Deacon Blue: platedlizard: Subby, the stomach and the uterus are two different organs. Most people learn this in health class in elementary school, but maybe you were homeschooled.

Yeah, but if you ram it in hard enough, you can bust right through the uterus and stomach-fark that biatch.


You just made me very happy I got rid of my uterus. It's the void for you, son.
 
2012-08-14 02:49:52 AM

thoughtless: Confabulat: All we have to do is teach the locals that they taste good. And then the problem is solved.

Or you could release a breeding population of King Cobras into the everglades, they prey pretty much exclusively on other snakes. Could not go wrong there.


Releasing large, highly venomous snakes will have no bad consequences whatsoever.It's not like there are any endangered snakes native to Florida, after all.
 
2012-08-14 02:51:07 AM

Deacon Blue: platedlizard: Subby, the stomach and the uterus are two different organs. Most people learn this in health class in elementary school, but maybe you were homeschooled.

Yeah, but if you ram it in hard enough, you can bust right through the uterus and stomach-fark that biatch.


Jesus, what kind of monster dick do you have???
 
2012-08-14 02:52:01 AM
I'm envisioning this photo with a dash of Kirk Cameron and some Pro-Life signs...


/Hey Buddy, can you spare a Photoshop??
 
2012-08-14 02:54:11 AM
It was full of bird eggs that it had ate, not it's own eggs.
 
2012-08-14 02:57:33 AM

evilbryan: It was full of bird eggs that it had ate, not it's own eggs.


Nevermind, I fail at RTFA, the eggs were it's own... wow.
 
2012-08-14 02:57:55 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Keizer_Ghidorah: Pythons don't keep their eggs in their stomachs, subby, you great twit.

Owning a 17-foot Burmese myself, I always get sad seeing that they have to be controlled in Florida, but I understand why. They're so beautiful and gentle, though, that it makes me need to cuddle Karma for a bit (his name).

Then I watch shows like Monster Quest and listen to supposed scientists and biologists repeatedly almost yelling that the Burmese pythons in Florida are horrible lurking menaces waiting to devour man and beast alike with movie monster gusto and ferocity and that families are in danger and WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?, and I roll my eyes and sigh.

Now the African Rock pythons that have also established a population, they're ornery cusses who bite first and ask questions later, and are pretty dangerous. They're also very easy to tell apart from the Burmese. And now they're saying Burmese and African Rocks are interbreeding and it will produce a "super snake" that's as big as a Burmese, as mean as an African Rock, and will start hunting humans as preferred prey, and I'm wondering how these idiots managed to get through high school, much less whatever universities they attended.

I thought the problem with pythons was they liked to cuddle?


There are two types of snake cuddles. There's the feeding cuddle and the "gimme your warmth" cuddle. Burmese prefer doing the latter with humans and rarely do the former.

ontariolightning: Keizer_Ghidorah: Pythons don't keep their eggs in their stomachs, subby, you great twit.

Owning a 17-foot Burmese myself, I always get sad seeing that they have to be controlled in Florida, but I understand why. They're so beautiful and gentle, though, that it makes me need to cuddle Karma for a bit (his name).

Then I watch shows like Monster Quest and listen to supposed scientists and biologists repeatedly almost yelling that the Burmese pythons in Florida are horrible lurking menaces waiting to devour man and beast alike with movie monster gusto and ferocity and that families are in danger and WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?, and I roll my eyes and sigh.

Now the African Rock pythons that have also established a population, they're ornery cusses who bite first and ask questions later, and are pretty dangerous. They're also very easy to tell apart from the Burmese. And now they're saying Burmese and African Rocks are interbreeding and it will produce a "super snake" that's as big as a Burmese, as mean as an African Rock, and will start hunting humans as preferred prey, and I'm wondering how these idiots managed to get through high school, much less whatever universities they attended.

dangerous snakes should be illegal to have as pets


I agree with African Rock pythons, don't know why anyone would want one of them. Burmese are the most docile and gentle python species besides the diminuitive Ball python.
 
2012-08-14 03:05:19 AM

ladyfortuna: It's the void for you, son


That statement actually scared me.

platedlizard: Deacon Blue: platedlizard: Subby, the stomach and the uterus are two different organs. Most people learn this in health class in elementary school, but maybe you were homeschooled.

Yeah, but if you ram it in hard enough, you can bust right through the uterus and stomach-fark that biatch.

Jesus, what kind of monster dick do you have???


It's just regular sized. The trick is building up your butt muscles for explosive penetration.
 
2012-08-14 03:07:15 AM

vd61: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 350x333]

zoinks!


Mother of god!

I'll never sleep again. The snakes will crawl up my nose
 
2012-08-14 03:10:53 AM
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