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Snake in the grass

Musings from the Hill

July 19, 2013

Silly woman! She thinks I need her to be able to put my thoughts on paper. Hardly. Ever known a retriever who couldn’t express himself? And plainly – on paper as well....

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Jul-19-13 1:54 PM

There are(but rarely seen)three(3)venomous snakes in our neck of the woods. The diamondback rattler,the copperhead and one other whose name escapes me for the moment.

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Jul-19-13 4:56 PM

But there is one other 'snake in the grass" and he is one of a kind. ( I hope). He just made another asinine comment on the Zimmerman case.

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Jul-20-13 1:55 PM

New York's three venomous snakes are secretive and rarely seen. They will not bite unless they feel threatened, or have been provoked. Their venom is rarely fatal to a healthy human adult, according to Glenn Johnson of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, but immediate medical attention is advised. If you are not sure whether you were bitten by a venomous snake, examine the site of the bite. A venomous snake will leave one or two puncture marks. New York's other snakes will leave a tiny u-shaped indent on the skin as they have small teeth.

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