Grand Avenue by Mike Thompson for July 15, 2023

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    Botulism Bob  11 months ago

    Now you tell him!

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    Gizmo Cat  11 months ago

    “Don’t go into the long grass!”

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    purepaul  11 months ago

    More likely it’ll be deer ticks.

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    jpayne4040  11 months ago

    Revenge for the “bee-hornet” joke earlier!

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    Chithing Premium Member 11 months ago

    Careful. One might bite you in the grass.

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    DatsunMan  11 months ago

    Back when I played Santa Teresa Golf Course in San Jose, it was a well know warning to not go after any ball hit into the high dry grass off to the sides of the fairways.

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    MeGoNow Premium Member 11 months ago

    I’ve caught two (rattlesnakes) around the house this year. A 3-foot female and a 4-foot male. The male was very aggressive, which made him easy to find. You just had to enter the general area and he set up a loud rattle like a high pressure air leak. Bagged them both and took them out to a rural field with no nearby houses and let them out to do their assigned rodent control. Rattlesnakes don’t have it all their own way. We also have king snakes that will swallow a rattlesnake longer than they are.

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    abjackson  11 months ago

    Where do you live? We had rattlers in North Dakota when I was growing up

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    Fantom Premium Member 11 months ago

    Beware the Florida Burmese python. Venom is not the issue.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 11 months ago

    Learn to identify snakes and avoid the poisonous ones, snakes are very beneficial to us. Except the invasive ones that idiots brought to the US and then released into the wild. Florida is run over by pythons.

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    T...  11 months ago

    Rattlesnakes may be venuous but they are very courteous snakes, they warn you before striking and biting…

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    oakie817  11 months ago

    i’ve eaten grilled rattlesnake, back when i ate meat 40 years ago, and surprise it does taste like chicken

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    EdmundBabe  11 months ago

    Ticks, mosquitoes and poisons plants

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    Ukko wilko  11 months ago

    Plus copperheads and cotton mouths.

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