Back to B.C. by Johnny Hart for May 21, 2022

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    angelolady Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hey! You don’t get to smash him, too!

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    Imagine  3 months ago

    Welcome to the club.

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    KA7DRE Premium Member 3 months ago

    Slither,and slither some more as fast as you can !

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    sandpiper  3 months ago

    For some folks who want attention, even negative attention is good. Snakes just don’t have to work at it.

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    dave1960  3 months ago

    Wow! And it’s not even Jane!

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    Gale Premium Member 3 months ago

    Not, “that I can move move MOVE!?”

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    He always worms his way out of trouble….go deep…very deep….

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    sobrown51  3 months ago

    There’s a plumber’s tool named after him.

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    ron  3 months ago

    Why do people react so badly to snakes? I grew up in the Southwest (rattlesnake country) and as a youngster learned to never put my hand into a dark crevice I could not see into. My biggest fear is running over one with the lawnmower. Lots of garter snakes here on the Oregon Coast. Our house defines our space. Anything intruding from bears to bugs will be put outside, or worse. But outdoors we share the world with all of the creatures, big and small, only disturbing them or inflicting harm if they are a clear threat to us.

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    chromosome Premium Member 3 months ago

    Maybe the snake was training to try out for this video (yes, I know it’s actually fake):

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  3 months ago

    I’d like to make it very clear that getting bitten by a venomous snake is nothing to be proud of.

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