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    Default GEICO caught in the act!

    Came around the corner on today's inspection and there he was on the rain gutter....showing his "O" face. Made me blush!

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    Default Re: GEICO caught in the act!

    He looks real fired up. Now her with her dull color, she don't look too impressed.


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    Default Re: GEICO caught in the act!

    LEAPIN LIZARDS BATMAN!!! He's bitting her on the back. Or is that lovin lizards. Looks like she likes it rough.

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    Default Re: GEICO caught in the act!

    Must not be that great, he's turning green.


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    Default Re: GEICO caught in the act!

    Ken,
    Great picture!
    I'd be happy to JUST see the lizards.
    Tuesday's inspection: 6500 sq. ft. Macmansion in Cedar Hill, Built in 2005,
    Been vacant since. I walked through the kitchen to the garage, noticed several Glue Strip Mouse Traps with bugs glued in place, in the garage i walked by some more strips. I raised the overhead doors, then heard a rustling sound. On a glue strip was a 3 foot rattlesnake (6 rattles), stuck all but his mid-section. He couldn't raise his head or tail.
    I shoved him outside on the drive, noticed Juan, jose, and pablo doing lawn work, knowing they would have a machete...
    I completed the inspection with a lot of caution. thinking that there might be a brother, mother, or daddy to the recent dead snake.
    the bathroom vanities are the dresser type, standing on legs, a good place for a snake to hide. I made as much noise as i could with a tape measure.
    I didn't see anymore snakes.
    I should have taken a picture, but I was a bit nervous.
    I expect a snake in a crawl, but not in a garage.
    Hey guys, be careful in the vacant houses..

    Randy Nicholas


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