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    Woman’s house burned down by snake she set on fire

    Woman’s house burned down by snake she set on fire

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    What a dumb ass!
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    And I would bet the snake lived. Just sayin!
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    Is she from Dallas? If so, that might explain it.




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    Glad to see inhumane treatment of an animal (even a snake) resulted in proper karma. Everything in the Universe is connected in some way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by green and red man View Post
    Is she from Dallas? If so, that might explain it.
    According to KSLA, the inDUHvidual lives near Texarkana. I think that's about 150-miles ENE of Dallas. Is that close enough to count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    According to KSLA, the inDUHvidual lives near Texarkana. I think that's about 150-miles ENE of Dallas. Is that close enough to count?
    I think that is close enough. Things are so dirty in Dallas, that eventually the filth (from politics and everything else) makes its way into the Trinity River and then from there it leaches into the ground water. Also, when the wind is from the south or southwest, the spores become airborn and make their way northward. There's no escape.




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    One of the comments from the article said "she was suffering from a reptile dysfunction". That made me literally laugh out loud when I read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    "she was suffering from a reptile dysfunction"
    No doubt there's an APP for that as better living through chemistry is so 20th Century.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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