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35, sunny. Going up to mid 40 s today. Then dropping to low 30 s tonight. Gets any warmer we'll get out the shorts and sandals. Lol

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Ok Good Morning, Wrong Island weather report One word SHITTY .Ok now lets hear how sunny Florida is this morning. Oh and Texas too .It always better and bigger in Texas ".YER RIGHT "

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VA. We have a "corn snake" that stays around. It's in the same family as your friend. He helps keep the varmints out of my feed. I guess he has learned to stay away from the pig pens. Otherwise he wouldn't still be around. Feral pigs love snakes.

I have been snow skiing twice in my life. The first time, many years ago, I thought I was a "hotdog". The second time I went I found out that I wasn't. Long story. While in the bathroom stall at the ski lodge I read some graffiti on the wall. It said: "If the Good Lord had intended for Texans to snow ski, He would have made bullshit white." Made sense to me. I haven't been back since.

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the one barn I worked at we had a freaking huge black snake that lived in the big feed bin we had (built in cabinet with slant roof) I guess I was too quiet entering the feed room one day and opened the lid and there he was on top of the grain bags. I screamed and dropped the lid. After that I made a habit of banging on the top of the grain bin then counting to 10 before I opened it so we wouldn't scare the crap out of each other again.

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We have a "guard snake" - a southern black racer about 4 feet long - that lives near our garage. They aren't dangerous and as far as I'm concerned he/she can stay, as its arrival has stopped the fucking armadillos from digging up our yard.

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i only meant the extreme humididity all the time would mess with my r/a too much. i recall being in fla a couple times and being wracked. nowadays i think ahead and if i am able to travel, try to plan my visits to hot/humid places a lil bit better.

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"I shiver watching a snow plow commercial"

me too, and sadly I live where it does get cold and snow some. Although this year was pretty tame....the two winters before were brutal.

Louisville KY
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If I saw one of them thing ,I would have a heart attack ,snakes to . I'm kind of chicken when it comes to thing like that ,But yet I been off shore shark fishing that's ok . I guess it mind over matter . I saw a few autopsy's No problem ,and other people drop to the floor never me . Ok will different strokes for different folks

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Alligators are everywhere but they don't usually bother anyone. I saw one today in a pond while on a bike ride. Probably 5 feet long. Jumped in the water when I approached it.

They are about as dangerous as a dog of comparable size i.e. a 5 foot (40 pound or so) alligator is about as capable of hurting you as a 40 pound dog.

But in another way they are much less dangerous, because dogs tend to chase joggers/cyclists and alligators run away. Unprovoked alligator attacks of people are extremely rare.

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Currently (9:35 PM)....73 degrees. Supposed to be in the high 70s-low 80s all week with a slight chance of rain.

Give me the humidity, bugs, snakes, gators and "other things that fuck with you" of the South. I shiver watching a snow plow commercial.

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