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Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 2:36 pm
by wacocowboy
Rafter S wrote:That show is one of my favorites too (along with Forged in Fire), but I haven't seen that episode and didn't know they were considered endangered.


Last night they aired the last two episodes of the season it was on one of the 9 or 10.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 2:37 pm
by dun
wacocowboy wrote:
SteppedInIt wrote:
TexasBred wrote:Yep...here in Texas the deer belong to the state.............until you hit one with your car then you can't find the owner.

Funny how that works


When my wife hit one not only did the state not cover the damage their deer did DPS sent a letter saying my wife got points added to her driving record. So many point and you lose your license and have to pay to get it back.

YGBSM!

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:25 pm
by wacocowboy
dun wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
SteppedInIt wrote:Funny how that works


When my wife hit one not only did the state not cover the damage their deer did DPS sent a letter saying my wife got points added to her driving record. So many point and you lose your license and have to pay to get it back.

YGBSM!


What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:58 pm
by SteppedInIt
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
When my wife hit one not only did the state not cover the damage their deer did DPS sent a letter saying my wife got points added to her driving record. So many point and you lose your license and have to pay to get it back.

YGBSM!


What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.

Think it's 'you gotta be sh!ttn me' :lol2:

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:26 pm
by wacocowboy
SteppedInIt wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:YGBSM!


What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.

Think it's 'you gotta be sh!ttn me' :lol2:



Lol yep I think you are correct or so a lil birdie told me. And NIANSY ( nope I am not sh!ttn you) lol.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:50 pm
by dun
yup you guessed it

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:34 am
by Dave
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
When my wife hit one not only did the state not cover the damage their deer did DPS sent a letter saying my wife got points added to her driving record. So many point and you lose your license and have to pay to get it back.

YGBSM!


What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.


Do you realize that you just called Dun a "youngster"? Not saying that he is old but he was here when dirt was invented.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:38 pm
by dun
Dave wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:YGBSM!


What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.


Do you realize that you just called Dun a "youngster"? Not saying that he is old but he was here when dirt was invented.

Been a LOOONG time since I was called that.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:44 pm
by wacocowboy
dun wrote:
Dave wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
What the heck is YGBSM!? Sorry I am not up to date with all you youngsters and your text language lol.


Do you realize that you just called Dun a "youngster"? Not saying that he is old but he was here when dirt was invented.

Been a LOOONG time since I was called that.


Lol Dun is plenty young.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 8:17 pm
by dun
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:
Dave wrote:
Do you realize that you just called Dun a "youngster"? Not saying that he is old but he was here when dirt was invented.

Been a LOOONG time since I was called that.


Lol Dun is plenty young.

Compared to CB that's a fact!

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:38 pm
by wacocowboy
dun wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:
dun wrote:Been a LOOONG time since I was called that.


Lol Dun is plenty young.

Compared to CB that's a fact!


Lol so CB is good at hunting hogs cause he got experience hunting dinosaurs

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:55 pm
by Bright Raven
wacocowboy wrote:So was watching Lone Star Law on Animal Planet (Love that show) I saw a kid get a ticket for killing a timber rattler had to pay a 300 dollar fine and 700 in restitution. Dang 1000 for killing a snake. If you going to kill one don't post on Facebook that was that kids mistake.


The timber rattlesnake is considered extinct in Maine and Rhode Island. In the states of Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, New Hampshire, Virginia and Massachusetts, the timber rattlesnake is endangered. The timber rattlesnake is widely distributed over the southeastern United States, as far north as Maine and as far west as Texas, nevertheless, it has been extripated over much of its range. Looking back to 1972 to 1974 when I was collecting snakes, it was extremely rare to find abundant populations of timber rattlesnakes in Kentucky. Personally, I favor protection of timber rattlesnakes regardless of how unpopular that position might be.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 6:55 am
by True Grit Farms
Bright Raven wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:So was watching Lone Star Law on Animal Planet (Love that show) I saw a kid get a ticket for killing a timber rattler had to pay a 300 dollar fine and 700 in restitution. Dang 1000 for killing a snake. If you going to kill one don't post on Facebook that was that kids mistake.


The timber rattlesnake is considered extinct in Maine and Rhode Island. In the states of Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, New Hampshire, Virginia and Massachusetts, the timber rattlesnake is endangered. The timber rattlesnake is widely distributed over the southeastern United States, as far north as Maine and as far west as Texas, nevertheless, it has been extripated over much of its range. Looking back to 1972 to 1974 when I was collecting snakes, it was extremely rare to find abundant populations of timber rattlesnakes in Kentucky. Personally, I favor protection of timber rattlesnakes regardless of how unpopular that position might be.


I favor the extinction of all snakes.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:12 am
by ga.prime
Bright Raven wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:So was watching Lone Star Law on Animal Planet (Love that show) I saw a kid get a ticket for killing a timber rattler had to pay a 300 dollar fine and 700 in restitution. Dang 1000 for killing a snake. If you going to kill one don't post on Facebook that was that kids mistake.


The timber rattlesnake is considered extinct in Maine and Rhode Island. In the states of Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, New Hampshire, Virginia and Massachusetts, the timber rattlesnake is endangered. The timber rattlesnake is widely distributed over the southeastern United States, as far north as Maine and as far west as Texas, nevertheless, it has been extripated over much of its range. Looking back to 1972 to 1974 when I was collecting snakes, it was extremely rare to find abundant populations of timber rattlesnakes in Kentucky. Personally, I favor protection of timber rattlesnakes regardless of how unpopular that position might be.

Good post, BR.

Re: Timber Rattler

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:34 am
by wacocowboy
Bright Raven wrote:
wacocowboy wrote:So was watching Lone Star Law on Animal Planet (Love that show) I saw a kid get a ticket for killing a timber rattler had to pay a 300 dollar fine and 700 in restitution. Dang 1000 for killing a snake. If you going to kill one don't post on Facebook that was that kids mistake.


The timber rattlesnake is considered extinct in Maine and Rhode Island. In the states of Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, New Hampshire, Virginia and Massachusetts, the timber rattlesnake is endangered. The timber rattlesnake is widely distributed over the southeastern United States, as far north as Maine and as far west as Texas, nevertheless, it has been extripated over much of its range. Looking back to 1972 to 1974 when I was collecting snakes, it was extremely rare to find abundant populations of timber rattlesnakes in Kentucky. Personally, I favor protection of timber rattlesnakes regardless of how unpopular that position might be.


Yeah I didn't know they were endangered or anything until I saw it on that show the other night.