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Allison Theus
United States
Concept Artist. Avid worldbuilder. Keeper of many adorable slithery things.

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Sketch blog: CrispyFishSticks
Snake blog: CrispySnakes
Music blog: SoundsCrispy
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Hey guys, I am pleased to announce I will be once more joining up with the excellent folks over at Extra Credits! Although I will not be working on the show itself, I was invited to do random art on their channel and will be hosting weekly art streams every Tuesday night at 8:30pm Central time (9:30pm EST & 6:30pm PST). Come join me for monster doodles and music starting tonight, Tues April 8th at 8:30pm at the link above!

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:iconbeastofoblivion:
Have they still not gotten back to you?  They were closed over the holidays but got back to me after the break.
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:iconisvoc:
I started being a wee bit more threatening after couple of weeks of silence ;] It's gone now.
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:iconbone4brains:
Happy New Year
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:iconbeastofoblivion:
You too! (A little belated)
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:iconbone4brains:
Your welcome ( belated or not ) Meow :3 
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:icondarklord86:
You are a very great artist!
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Saberrex Dec 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I got bad news for you if you haven't heard it already; Reticulated pythons are probably if not are factually going to be added to the Lacey act along with 2 obscure anaconda species. after reading some of your journals on the subject, i am appalled at the lack of support for the reptiles and amphibians as pets. it just irks me and pains me to no end to watch as snake breed after snake breed is essentially persecuted because of ignorance and biased reports. i even at some point in my life eventually want to try my hand with a super dwarf retic when i have enough experience with keeping such snakes, (i'm wary and respectful of full size retics and would only dare handle one if an experienced handler was present), but i don't really see that being a reality if this Lacey Act scrap keeps up. people should be allowed to own the pets they feel they con net with, even if it is a 20-foot python. As long as they know what their doing and they can effectively care for their snake and don't release it, i see no reason people shouldn't keep a python or boa of some variety. do you agree?
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:iconbeastofoblivion:
I am aware of the situation, yes.  I do updates on it as I receive them and cross post the info to my CrispySnakes blog.  
People should be allowed to keep whatever they are able to; the government has no business telling you what you can or cannot keep in your own home.
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Saberrex Dec 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
indeed. besides, once many snakes are worked with, they tame down fairly well. granted some like Bhb Reptile's burmese python mascot Satan never get over their mean streak, but many snakes can become quite docile. granted you can never let your guard down completely with big snakes, but you can tell with experience when your snake is gearing up to defend itself, show that it wants to be left alone or when it just is content to let itself be handled. 
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