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August 23, 2006


It turns out that this story was not totally accurate.

(Thanks to Steve Lancaster)


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So the story is hisssstory.

ooh - a new urban legend.

I am shocked I tell you shocked. In fact I may sue.

I'm feeling a bit rattled...maybe we could do a class action suit.

It was too m-f'in good to be true...

Reporter speak with forked tongue.

did Samuel L Jacksom release thsi story himself?+

Oh for heaven snakes.

The herpetological association? What? Is this assn. the same as the snake handlers society?

it likely slithered inside on its own

Obviously, bloggers have a large snake following that picked up on the movie hype. Any snakes on this blog should rattle NOW!

However, in late breaking news yesterday a pair of copperheads wandered into a Panera Bread Factory in Daytona Beach, panicking customers who reported seeing
"Snakes On A Plain Bagle"
(no cream cheese please)

I have a better one... Snakes on a Pediatric Ward....

this is a Geezer Bus item, happened back in 1978, when two baby rattlesnakes were found slithering the hallways of the University of Utah Hospital Peds Unit, biting nobody.....

The Hospital sits on the foothills of the Wasatch front, very near Rattler country. And, BTW, baby rattlers are every bit as venomous as the Adult kind....

So, if they found a Rattler in a PHX theatre, well, I'm not going to movie theatres in PHX EVER!!

EB. True story.

"A security guard swept the snake outside and held it in a Tupperware container."

Snakes in a Cake Taker?

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