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(KHOU Houston)   Woman bemoans the loss of her special needs snake. "This has been really difficult for me"   (khou.com) divider line 72
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2014-06-25 10:44:25 AM  
I don't what the correlation between the headline and the actual story is.  So, let's just go with the story.

It seems that she really didn't know what she was getting into with these things, and got overwhelmed.  It is really a good thing for the animals to be moved someplace that they can be better cared for.  This is assuming the idiots don't just euthanize them.  That would suck.

Even one of those animals can get very large, and be very expensive to feed.  15 of them?  Damn.  That's a lot.  Her budget on small, furry, cute animals must be astronomical.

I hope they end up in a zoo or something.  As for her, she should probably just get a more reasonable pet.  Like an iguana.  They got really big.  And all they eat is vegetables.
 
2014-06-25 10:46:56 AM  
The authorities are violating her rights under ADA. If she declares it is her special needs service snake, then no on has a right to question her. The law says she only has to declare the snake as her service snake and she doesn't have to answer questions or provide proof of any kind. The very act of asking her a question is a violation of her rights. She should have just told the SPCA she refused to answer their questions and called the police. Her mental issues are a disability and if the snake provides her comfort for her bad dreams and emotional stability, then she is beyond questioning. Furthermore, she has the right to bring the snake anywhere she pleases without anyone daring to ask her any questions that might embarrass her. No one has a right to ask her about why she carries her 15 foot python into Walgreen's and they should be sued if they dare approach her and ask her anything. Also, it doesn't matter if the snake doesn't have a service vest on or has any documentation, it's a violation of her rights for anyone to ask. She only has to declare the snake is her service snake and people should intrinsically know this and only scumbag, disability hating, herp-a-derps who wipe their ass on the Constitution would dare violate her rights by asking.
 
Biv
2014-06-25 10:47:36 AM  
I got a snake.
One time I fed it some beer.
It was sleethering this way and that.
It was all farked up.
 
2014-06-25 10:48:05 AM  
was the snake black per chance?

www.lahiguera.net
 
2014-06-25 10:54:44 AM  

fight club: The authorities are violating her rights under ADA. If she declares it is her special needs service snake, then no on has a right to question her. The law says she only has to declare the snake as her service snake and she doesn't have to answer questions or provide proof of any kind. The very act of asking her a question is a violation of her rights. She should have just told the SPCA she refused to answer their questions and called the police. Her mental issues are a disability and if the snake provides her comfort for her bad dreams and emotional stability, then she is beyond questioning. Furthermore, she has the right to bring the snake anywhere she pleases without anyone daring to ask her any questions that might embarrass her. No one has a right to ask her about why she carries her 15 foot python into Walgreen's and they should be sued if they dare approach her and ask her anything. Also, it doesn't matter if the snake doesn't have a service vest on or has any documentation, it's a violation of her rights for anyone to ask. She only has to declare the snake is her service snake and people should intrinsically know this and only scumbag, disability hating, herp-a-derps who wipe their ass on the Constitution would dare violate her rights by asking.


Not sure if serious...
 
2014-06-25 10:57:05 AM  

freetomato: Sure sounds nasty.


And you went with Ray Wylie.

First beer's on me, if you're ever in South Texas.
 
2014-06-25 11:04:33 AM  

nucular bum: I got yer special needs snake RIGHT HERE!

 
2014-06-25 11:06:39 AM  
Lots of women moan about how much they need their snake, but trust me, it's only difficult in the beginning.
 
2014-06-25 11:19:01 AM  

nucular bum: I got yer special needs snake RIGHT HERE!


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/Excuse me while I whip this post out a second time.
//Fark Fark's 1 meg size limit not liking a 1.1 meg gif.
 
2014-06-25 12:18:31 PM  
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2014-06-25 12:22:46 PM  

Rawhead Rex: fight club: The authorities are violating her rights under ADA. If she declares it is her special needs service snake, then no on has a right to question her. The law says she only has to declare the snake as her service snake and she doesn't have to answer questions or provide proof of any kind. The very act of asking her a question is a violation of her rights. She should have just told the SPCA she refused to answer their questions and called the police. Her mental issues are a disability and if the snake provides her comfort for her bad dreams and emotional stability, then she is beyond questioning. Furthermore, she has the right to bring the snake anywhere she pleases without anyone daring to ask her any questions that might embarrass her. No one has a right to ask her about why she carries her 15 foot python into Walgreen's and they should be sued if they dare approach her and ask her anything. Also, it doesn't matter if the snake doesn't have a service vest on or has any documentation, it's a violation of her rights for anyone to ask. She only has to declare the snake is her service snake and people should intrinsically know this and only scumbag, disability hating, herp-a-derps who wipe their ass on the Constitution would dare violate her rights by asking.

Not sure if serious...


You must have missed the Walgreens thread where it was declared that all you have to do us secretly click your heals, turn around twice, and say "service snake" three times, then if someone dares ask why you are bringing a snake into Walgreens, then you have a right to murder the manager's golden retriever and bury it in the woods. Or maybe in this case, feed it to the snake. As long as the snake helps with her bads dreams and comforts her, that's all that matters and no one has the right to ask her anything about her snake. It's the law!!!!
 
2014-06-25 12:52:03 PM  

washington-babylon: I am glad I get to be the one to do this reference:

Al Wilson "The Snake"


Jeeze, please don't tell me he made any money off this blatant ripoff of the 2600 year-old tale  The Scorpion and The Frog...
 
2014-06-25 01:10:06 PM  
funnyasduck.net
 
2014-06-25 01:12:57 PM  
I'm still working on the concept of a special needs snake. I mean was it autistic? Was it missing a leg or something?
 
2014-06-25 01:13:17 PM  

Biv: I got a snake.
One time I fed it some beer.
It was sleethering this way and that.
It was all farked up.


This is what I came here for.

/my neighbor's dog has a four inch clit.
 
2014-06-25 01:28:58 PM  
If she was strapped for cash she could have gone into the massage business.
 
2014-06-25 01:57:28 PM  

LZeitgeist: washington-babylon: I am glad I get to be the one to do this reference:

Al Wilson "The Snake"

Jeeze, please don't tell me he made any money off this blatant ripoff of the 2600 year-old tale  The Scorpion and The Frog...


He's not the only one who made money. Johnny Rivers also did a popular cover.
 
2014-06-25 02:18:23 PM  

nucular bum: I got yer special needs snake RIGHT HERE!


25.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-06-25 02:25:37 PM  

The Crepes of Wrath: But do they boogie? Do they do the tube snake boogie?


Not with that broken back and living off 30 calories a day, they won't!
 
2014-06-25 03:48:50 PM  

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: Englebert Slaptyback: Barrineau kept the snakes, some of which were more than 15 feet long, mainly in small containers in a back bedroom, authorities said. Some of them showed signs of malnourishment, testimony indicated, and one of them had a broken back.


Yeah, she loved them SO MUCH.

I think she's got the herp-derp.

"And though you can't snake with a broken back, at least you can polish the fenders...But if that's what you have in mind..."

/DRTFA...why the fark would you want a retarded snake to begin with?


Don't be insensitive. It's probably just a learning differability.
 
2014-06-25 03:57:23 PM  

morg: Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: Englebert Slaptyback: Barrineau kept the snakes, some of which were more than 15 feet long, mainly in small containers in a back bedroom, authorities said. Some of them showed signs of malnourishment, testimony indicated, and one of them had a broken back.


Yeah, she loved them SO MUCH.

I think she's got the herp-derp.

"And though you can't snake with a broken back, at least you can polish the fenders...But if that's what you have in mind..."

/DRTFA...why the fark would you want a retarded snake to begin with?

Don't be insensitive. It's probably just a learning differability.


You're right...I guess that was pretty,

wait for it...

COLD BLOODED OF ME.
 
2014-06-25 04:32:18 PM  

Maturin: I'm still working on the concept of a special needs snake. I mean was it autistic? Was it missing a leg or something?


I think it was missing all of them...
 
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