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I would go in and bang on stuff. It won’t like the loud noise and would probably leave. The snakes we have here take off as soon as you get near them. I don’t have a lot of experience with snakes though.

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I can't even go in there, I really hate snakes. :P

I'll look at contacting animal control today and see if they can help since I don't know what kind of snake it is. If they can't help, maybe they'll be able to point me to someone who can. :)

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Haha.  Well Florida does have some venomous snakes.  And then there's the ones not indigenous but released pets.

Not too long ago there was a story of a lady in an Outback in South Carolina (if memory serves) that got bitten by a Copperhead.  Right there in the restaurant; sitting at her table, eating food.

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Yeah they were released pets. They love Florida and are happily getting big and reproducing.

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2 hours ago, Malonn said:

Haha.  Well Florida does have some venomous snakes.  And then there's the ones not indigenous but released pets.

Not too long ago there was a story of a lady in an Outback in South Carolina (if memory serves) that got bitten by a Copperhead.  Right there in the restaurant; sitting at her table, eating food.

Damn snakes! They come here, they sit at our tables, they eat our food!

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Oh, GIMP 2.10 has been released. They're still getting the builds together for the various platforms so watch the site. This one improves a lot of things, most notably implementing better multithreading support and a dark color scheme.

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Ah, GIMP, the best open source image editor/designer on the web (IMHO).  Good heads-up, VM.

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And speaking of Furbies, ever notice how much they have in common with Gremlins? Which, in turn, share feeding habits with Tribbles? Which, in turn, have a lot in common with mold spores?

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How do ships in science fiction series not run into planets when they decide to travel faster than the speed of light? Or asteroid fields? That scene in Star Wars made no sense! The Rick's would have pierced the hull, depressurizing it, and sucking them all out! We would have had a vacuum sealed, bearskin rug!

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