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Subject: Name deleted for protection .....
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 21:07:11 -0700 (PDT)
Yes, JAG must be right about the Python's name being
Monty because who else would see a tree 3 metres above
the ground?


"This morning while birding along Bulimba Creek
(Brisbane) we saw a python - about 2m long draped in a
tree about 3 m above the ground."


Looks like it's contagious eh Chaps! the above is not
of my doings ... mind you if you brew a beer then put
four kisses on it what else should we expect from up
there eh? :^D ..... plenty of kites around these parts
today .... many without strings ... must be single
kites though eh? lovely mascara? I wonder who sponsors
them for the wearing of mascara? Max Factor perhaps?
Elizabeth Hardhead?

Oh well it's time for a soak in the tub with my young
black and white water loving duck/magpie. If only I
could train her to carry in the towel, instead of
throw it in the filled tub? hope springs eternal.

Back in a little while.

JAG De Whag

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