Thursday, August 04, 2011

"Oh, No He Dit-ent."


This, is utterly disturbing. On an even more depressing note, there is a heated debate ongoing concerning the welfare of the snake. I, in no way, advocate the killing of animals or partaking in any form of cruelty of animals, but the activists that are arguing in this snakes defense, should seriously consider seeking treatment for being a tool. What of the giant serpant that thought it, a good idea to coil around the engine block overnight, only to emerge from the air vent while tooling down the interstate at 65 MPH? It is likely that when said bastard fell from the automobile, it hit the ground hard and was ran over by several cars before it eventually came to rest. I am not sure if that is what happened, but a dude can hope, right?

11 comments:

Drake Sigar said...

Unfortunately the excitement that accompanies these weird discoveries tends to make people sound like a bunch of jeering rednecks, which wouldn’t be a problem if we weren’t able to capture every moment of said stupidity and immortalize it on the Internet before we have time to compose ourselves.

ib said...

Drake, I agree. I would have probably acted in the wussy-like manner, knowing that snakes creep me out. I do not think that I would have cranked up the video on my phone, thought.

becca said...

that totally freaked me out i would have been scrreaming i do not so snakes at all. i have chill bumps on top of chill bumps from watching

Diego Sousa said...

it's really sad to see animals dying cause we took their natural habitat =/

ib said...

Becca, I'm with you. I got queezy watching that.

Diego, it is sad, and for as much as I berate snakes, I do not want them to become extinct. I have a fearful fascination with them. I just don't want them near me because I am phobic.

Jewels said...

I am neither a fan nor am I terrified of snakes but I can tell you that I would NOT be happy with one magically coming up onto my hood while driving down the highway! I killed two spiders inside my car today...had I filmed and posted that would they be after me?

That snake was not in it's natural habitat (unless there are engine block snakes I don't know about) and it was hardly these people's fault it fell off. They may have wanted it to but they didn't make it happen.

stacey said...

Ok, is there any good reason not to use the WishWipers kn such situation? And, while I normally might say double tap, what would be wrong with the triple???
:)

Pearson Report said...

I totally support Drake's excellent assessment of the situation! (doesn't that sound soooo serious, the way I wrote that...and it's way too freakin' early for me to be up, since I stayed up way too late getting my post up)

Okay, the thing that should have fallen out off the car and got run over is the chick and her stupid husband - geez - they were more of a road hazard than the bloody snake.

Morning opinion - I'm allowed!

And, the snake was probably getting tired of all the noise and death was a quieter option! Poor thing!

Yup...back to my engine block...hey, it worked for that snake, eh!

ib said...

Stacey, I think that the people in the car did not want to risk hurting the snake with the wipers, so they just waited, hoping it would fall "harmlessly" to the interstate pavement.

Jenny, I can say, with no hesitation, that I would have done everything in my power, short of rolling down the window, grabbing the dumb thing from the side mirror and dropping it before it could bite me.

Shanda said...

I would have pulled over and gotten a stick or something to let it go free and unharmed...Or at least let it get out on it's own. I don't like killing anything unless it is dangerous. Of course, I also capture rats my cats bring in and let them go free outside.!! Maybe there's something wrong with me.

ib said...

Shanda, I am a non violent person but snakes give me the heebeegeebee's. I do not think that there is something wrong with you. You are one of the most normal people that I have ran into.