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Old 04-19-04, 05:37 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Congratulations Grant, well done. Myself and my able bodied assistants loved the fact that there are no longer any stairs to haul stuff up and down.
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Old 04-19-04, 05:47 AM   #47 (permalink)
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Now Brian, you don't seriously think, that I drove all the way down there and DIDN'T buy something, do you?
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Were there many milksnakes for sale?
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The show was great and what a turnout!

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And it was cool to finally meet a few of you There were other faces in the crowd I recognized or found familiar, but I feel weird going up and saying "Hi, aren't you so and so?"

Thats what Im sayin :P Everyone from SsnakesS should have to wear a name tag it would have been alot easier :P Maybe the next show
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the show was great, the new venue makes it so much bigger than its been in the past. I still cant believe it was as busy as it was ALL DAY LONG, after working there for 11 hours i felt like I was going to collapse, but it was worth it.
congrats grant, it was a huge success.
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For the future expos, if there's promo material available, like flyers or whatever, I'd be happy to stick them up in pet stores and at the college and university here in London.

It can only get bigger
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I agree the new location is great. Of the last 3 locations, it's probably the easiest to get to as well.

Did anyone else find it somewhat ironic that we were selling serpents in a church basement on a Sunday?
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fanatstic expo!
big thanx to vince for all his help, loooove my new atb!
had to force myself to leave!
i'll try to get to the store soon.
thanx again!
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The irony depends on your religious outlook I guess There are a lot of very old religions that regard(ed) serpents as symbols of healing and wisdom, and protectors of the crop.

It's mostly a christian thing to despise them, and even then they have mixed representation in the christian bible. People just tend to focus on the serpent in the garden of eden.

They must have thought we were all a bunch of freaks though
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Were there many milksnakes for sale?
yup there were quite a few people selling them as far as i saw. Lol PCPC ones kept getting from there glass container to the other ones around it, pretty funny to watch.
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btw did anyone see any hoggys for sale was hoping to find some red phases but no luck hopefully next time.
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I had some old lady give me a dirty staredown, must of been the slipknot shirt in the church but ya, great show I cant wait tell the next one
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And it was cool to finally meet a few of you There were other faces in the crowd I recognized or found familiar, but I feel weird going up and saying "Hi, aren't you so and so?"
LOL Sunrunner did it!! She came right over to my table and asked if i was so and so.
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LOL That's what I do!! Most people are like "huh? what?"

I went to strictly buy feeders and ended up buying a gorgeous California King from the Gillards too. Thanks Paul and Lorraine!!
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i sadly could not go to this one,but i will be going to the one in june,theres alot of members here i cant wait to meet..
are snakes usually cheaper at the shows?
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Almost everything is because its mostly breeders and not stores...Expo is my favourite time of the month, to bad it isnt every month...cant wait for the next one..

It was great guys, great job pcpc..and everyone who helped!
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