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    did you guys learn to breed and where can i get some good info on breeding? thanks
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    Well, You can buy Dr. Seward's viedo on breeding ball pythons, but that's about all I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schlyne
    Well, You can buy Dr. Seward's viedo on breeding ball pythons, but that's about all I know.
    i plan on doing that.
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    isnt that $90?some moron told me that.a video for $90?they better hope thats the best snake show i have ever seen.j/k
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    Dr. Seward's viedo is a very good resource for the beginner and the advanced alike. It's worth whatever it costs, IMO.
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    It's about 70$ for the dvd and 80$ for the vhs. That's one of the few times i've seen a vhs cost more than a dvd.
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    Probably because you can copy VHS alot easier than you can a protected DVD. I'd want people to pay more if I knew they might copy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SatanicIntention
    Probably because you can copy VHS a lot easier than you can a protected DVD. I'd want people to pay more if I knew they might copy it.
    Actually, I think it's easier to copy a DVD.
    Up to date computers have all the hardware you'll need to do the job.
    All you need is the will power.
    Last time I checked, DVD's aren't protected.
    They're just dual layered.

    Yet, I have no clue what so ever how to copy a VHS, and I'm sure it involves hardware that I don't already have.

    The reason for them pricing the VHS more, would probably have to do with the fact that you can fit many hours onto one DVD, unlike VHS which is probably a few tapes.

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