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  1. Some randomness w/ pictures

    I'm just bored so I feel like posting a pictures of some of my bikes, well two of them to be exact since I don't really have pictures of the other three anymore. Then some of my favorite snakes, which is where the randomness comes in at.

    So prior to this '07 ZX-10R I'm posting I had a '01 GSX-R1000 and a '04 ZX-12R. Here are some pictures of my '07 ZX-10R that I took to a few days before selling it:

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    Updated 12-24-2013 at 01:18 PM by Neal

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  2. Most time-efficient method/system for cleaning Sterilite tubs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rickys_Reptiles View Post
    Well, it's been said before, but apparently not enough people are paying attention to it. F10 SC is not a cleaner. If you do not clean the tub first, you're wasting your time.

    Me:

    -Put snakes into bags.
    -Dump out all the coconut husk (I wear a mask when I do this, it can be dusty)
    -Clean the tubs using lysol wipes
    -let dry
    -then I spray each tub with a F10sc solution (approx 8ml:1L of water)
    -Let the F10 sit for 15 minutes
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  3. Wow, it's been a while.

    by , 08-21-2013 at 10:53 PM (Marks pretty boring blog.)
    Geez, it's been at least two years since I've posted anything here. Actually I kind of just plain forgot about it. I should probably post a few things here and there. I'm still at the same job, currently working 10 hour days on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays but then I have the rest of the week off. It's the first time in amost a year that I actually have some time off on the weekend. I've been riding my motorcycle in every day now for the past three weeks. I picked up a new jacket ...
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  4. Stuck Shed = Soaking

    Snake Soaking

    Before
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    During
    [URL=http://s157.photobucket.com/user/enzoleya/media/Isis/IMG_0010_zpsd23b04c1.jpg.html][IMG]http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t47/enzoleya/Isis/IMG_0010_zpsd23b04c1.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
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  5. The solution if you are using a tank!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rickys_Reptiles View Post
    Ok, I've been listening to the same question about covering a Ball Python tank for FAR too long, so I'm going to chime in. This is regarding Ball Pythons in aquariums. I've heard people say to "cover the tank partially with..." a wet towel, plastic wrap, foil tape, your mother in laws granny panties.... All decent, but ugly solutions.

    Here is a better one! go to your local plastic shop and ask them to cut out a piece of PVC/X for you to the same size as your tank. Then
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    Updated 11-04-2013 at 01:13 PM by Rickys_Reptiles

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