Re: NANFA-- Raining Rattlesnakes!

Bruce Stallsmith (
Sun, 25 Aug 2002 18:36:29 -0400

> > People claimed they had witnessed black helicopters, manned by DNR
> > biologists, hover in the dark of night and drop baby timber rattlesnakes
> > the sky.
> >
>That would really be great if you happen to be a snake collector!
>I predict they'll be moving there in droves.

It's terrible to most people, but I'm impressed at the thought of dropping
snakes around the countryside via helicopter... as long as they're native
species and from the right population. But what's up with this black
helicopter at night doodah? Somebody's weaving in some very twisted modern
paranoia. If Agent Mulder is on this list, could he explain it for us?

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A
"we already have plenty of snakes, thank you"
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