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    Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    Over the last couple of days I've organized my subscribed threads into folders for easier reference. In the process of doing that, I added some threads and deleted some from my listed subscriptions. I reflected on how many interesting and fascinating threads, I've read and took part in over the past 9 months.

    I also thought about how many very good, informational, and educational threads get thrown to the bottom of list over time here by bantering threads, bickering threads, picture threads, etc. (Not that I mind picture threads....)

    So I thought this would be a good thread to start. What threads did you find highly educational and enlightening over the past year?

    It doesnt need to be the most viewed or the longest thread or even one in which you participated. In fact, one the reasons I started this thread is that sometimes we are away from the site and we miss a really good thread.

    For example, I thought this thread titled Stopping imports(and a Couple questions) was very interesting. In it I felt I was truly educated......I never thought of ball pythons as animal that could possibly develop into a pest for local people in Africa. This thread discusses some of the ecological management issues that factor into the ball python trade.

    If you do participate, please tell us the title of the thread, try to provide an internal link, and tell us why you thought it was a great thread. It can be any topic, husbrandy, genetics, general herp, other snakes, lizards, venomonous.....etc.
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    i really like this thread on IBD - even though this thread isn't an old thread... i think it's sooo full of great info that it deserves to be remembered.
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    Whether its recent, or from the 1st of this year, it doesnt matter. Locked or unlocked......it doesnt matter. Time to look at those subscribed threads....
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    http://www.ball-pythons.net/forums/s...ad.php?t=40296

    I'm really hoping those eggs hatch! *keeping fingers crossed*, but even if they don't I found this thread incredibly fascinating.
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    You might bend, till you break cause its all you can take
    On your knees you look up decide you've had enough
    You get mad you get strong wipe your hands shake it off
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    How about favorite post ever?


    http://www.ball-pythons.net/forums/s...2&postcount=67

    Adam Wysocki:
    When you see your ball python doing something and you think to yourself "self, I wonder who would know why he/she is doing that" ... I'm that guy.

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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    Anyway.....back to the original topic......

    Debates, advice, agreements, polls, the synthesis of knowledge..morph, hybrid, business-related, off-topic.....I'm looking for classic discussions, not blurbs or one-liner quotes.

    Here's two other classic threads for the year 2006 in my book.

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    that wierd "morph"?
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    oh man... does there need to be rules?
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    Quote Originally Posted by recycling goddess
    oh man... does there need to be rules?
    not really...but I do think we should stick to large discussions that will stimulate interesting thinking,discussions, and questions for the new year.

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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    ahhhhh i seeee. well adam is always a great topic for discussion IMO
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    Re: Classic BP.net Threads for the 2006 Year

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendel's Balls
    not really...but I do think we should stick to large discussions that will stimulate interesting thinking,discussions, and questions for the new year.

    I didn't realize it was that deep - I found it interesting, sorry you didn't agree.

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