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Old 12-17-03, 04:42 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Firstable Invictus DON'T U EVER DARE TO SPEACK TO ME THIS WAY AS I WERE A 5 YEAR OLD BOY!!!!!!!! yOU BETTER CHANGE YOURE WAYS OR ALS I'L HAVE TO TAKE EXTREAM MESURES!! Obviously we are very different people and obviously you have no idea what kind of person i am! So unless you got something good and usfull to say plz STF! I really hate people like you discouraging others! Just know this... in 2 years when i'm gona be milking snakes you will be the first on my first list of the people who did not believe in me.

BoidKeeper I am well aware of the laws in Canada BC and it clearly stater that ANY anymal which is not native in this region is illigal. Following this i will not answer any more quistions relating laws in Canada.
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On second thought, her let me show what's on the town of Burnaby's web site.

This is from the Bylaws section found here: City of Burnaby Bylaws

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(3) No owner or occupier of a dwelling unit shall harbour or keep or allow to be kept in the dwelling unit more than two poisonous or venomous animals, and every poisonous or venomous animal shall be kept in a secure container whenever it is outside the dwelling unit.

(4) No owner or occupier of a dwelling unit shall harbour or keep or allow to be kept in the dwelling unit more than two snakes and, if the snakes are fed live rodents, no more than four rodents shall be kept in the dwelling unit at any time."

Hope this helps,
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And if someone ever sells you one of these snakes, I want to know who it is so I can get them shut down permanently.
What? you wouldn't just let father darwin do his work?
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Incorrectly probing a snake can seriously injury the snake. As for wanting to learn how to milk a venomous snake just because.......well.......
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What does "EXTREME MEASURES" mean exactely? if someone says soemthing that you dont like, you threaten them?!
Thats real mature! Good for you!
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DON'T U EVER DARE TO SPEACK TO ME THIS WAY AS I WERE A 5 YEAR OLD BOY!!!!!!!! yOU BETTER CHANGE YOURE WAYS OR ALS I'L HAVE TO TAKE EXTREAM MESURES!!
OMG LOL! Extreme measures?!?!? You'd better watch out Invictus! ROFLMFAO!!!!!!!
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Old 12-17-03, 04:58 PM   #53 (permalink)
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.......this is getting no where...

Alex,
it is very nice that you want to learn a lot of things. About probing and milking. Probing is easy. There are lots of herps in BC that can help you with that. If you don't want to do a little search on probing. That's fine. Get an experienced person to show you.

But for milking. It's not something easy. It hurts the animal, it has a very high potential of killing you, and there is no need for it. You are starting in a good deed. You want to make antivenoum and do good to the society. That's good. But first of all if you want to do a good deed, reconsider and rethink. Think of what all of us herpers (or snake keepers) would be in if you were realy to be killed by a venomous snake? You'll be on the news everywhere! The government is not going have a clue on what a king snake's different from a venomous snake. So instead of researching they band all the herps in the society. That way it's going to affect all of us. So infact you're not doing us any good at all.

As a lot of people have asked you already.
Do you already have a person or organization that is willing to take the venom off you once you milked it? If not what are you going to do with the venom? Just leave it there and be proud of yourself?

Also getting a very aggressive snake and training like that is one thing. It might prepare you physically. But I tell you...it will not prepare you in any way mentally. You'll know that the snake is not venomous. Getting a bite from it will not kill you. You'll mentally not treat it the way that you treat a venomous snake. So basically there is no way that it will prepare you in getting a very agressive snake. Maybe getting a 30 feet snake that is very agressive might help....(j/k...don't do it...as I have stated before...you'll affect all of us here)

So just rethink of everything.
Do tons of research
Think of what snake you want to work with (every species is different) so we react to them differently too. ie...the way you treat a western hognose (well...venomous..lol) and a black mamba is somewhat quite different...I hope...

Just do tons of research, listen to what some of us tells you (you're here to learn right...we're not bashing you!), and RETHINK of what you're doing and what might happen to the society and your life. You're parents might let you keep snake but they might not have the knowledge in what you're keeping is venomous and can kill you...even worse...if the snake gets out...can kill them and the neighbour....just rethink...for the sake of all of us!
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Eh,

This arguement will go on forever and ever if people start puttin' their views. This is almost an opinion based arguement. Personally, I do not think there is more of an 'experienced' based time limit before you can purchase any snake. Like, by sayin', oh, you have 2 years experience honestly means ****. A person can have a month experience with handling snakes and be compared to one of you, which in some cases 10 years, and the guy with one month experience can be more prepared, some people are more skilled than others and things come more easily. Sure, a lot of research must go into anythin' before its done, but dont hate on the guy.

Just my two cents.

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Ya KristenM some times we have to threaten others inorder to teach them somethin.

BoidKeeper I did not really understand what do u meen by saying ..."No owner or occupier of a dwelling unit shall harbour or keep or allow to be kept in the dwelling unit more than two snakes and, if the snakes are fed live rodents, no more than four rodents shall be kept in the dwelling unit at any time" .... Does is meen that i can not keep more then 3 rodents like mice in the house? And also does it meen that i have to have 2 snakes before i get a miner venomous one?
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Let's just put it this way Alex. Venomous snakes are illegal in the City of Burnaby. Plus, you forget that I know where you live. Doesn't take long to get the authorities on you buddy. Please consult a shrink.

Invictus, this guy's no troll, he's serious dude!
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Firstable Invictus DON'T U EVER DARE TO SPEACK TO ME THIS WAY AS I WERE A 5 YEAR OLD BOY!!!!!!!! yOU BETTER CHANGE YOURE WAYS OR ALS I'L HAVE TO TAKE EXTREAM MESURES!! Obviously we are very different people and obviously you have no idea what kind of person i am! So unless you got something good and usfull to say plz STF! I really hate people like you discouraging others! Just know this... in 2 years when i'm gona be milking snakes you will be the first on my first list of the people who did not believe in me.

BoidKeeper I am well aware of the laws in Canada BC and it clearly stater that ANY anymal which is not native in this region is illigal. Following this i will not answer any more quistions relating laws in Canada.
I have 3 very interesting points to state here kid:

First of all: Invictus did have something VERY usefull to say, just like 30 other people before him who all said the same thing: DON'T DO IT.

Second: You DO sound like a 5 year old spoiled brat.

Third but not least: In 2 years Invictus will probably be nodding his head in discontent after he reads the news on some newspaper, saying that some stupid kid from Canada got bit by a venomous reptile and got seriously injured/killed.

And the sad thing about all this is......the animals will be the ones who will suffer the most. It is very clear that you do not have what it takes to take care of them, therefore...they suffer at your expense.

Tsc tsc tsc...
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Dozer I SOOOO much agree with you! Keep up the good wark
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Hey hey Vanan Buddy. Did not notice at first that it was you. Vanan do you have a 50/50 cal king male for sale or any 1 als in here? who or what is a shrink?
Guys just chill i'm not gona get a venomous snake for another atlest 2 years anyways! Relax i'm not a some kind of a syco, obviously i will lern about them befor getting them.
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Soul Reaper you should act more like Dozer and not say youre childish comments about some 1 u never meat!
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