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Friday
Nov192010

Stuck for a Christmas present for someone dear to you?

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OR HEY. a baby python for that hard-to-buy-for animal lover in the family, now THERE'S an idea! Yeah. But please, give them some "hints" first...they may just want a turtle or Geico Gecko instead...

My family gets...SILVER!

Snakeman

November 20, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSnakeman

Got any silver snakes then?

November 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGold Prices

Silver and gold snake mintages are my specialty, a World-Class collection...always on the look out for the old pieces that are near impossible to obtain nowadays...thanks for asking but this isn't the place unless our editors write it's OK...Snakeman Scott

November 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSnakeman

Snakeman,

If you can put together a page or so the subject and send it to us we will publish it.

Bob K

November 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGold Prices

Thanks Bob, over the holidays I will plan on that...I had a record year producing numbers, right now it's "take advantage of the mild weather and ship, ship, ship"...how do I do that? Upon hatching a clutch of baby Ball pythons, they're housed individually in properly heated Rubbermade 6 quart tubs and fed several meals over about a month...actual shipping, baby goes into ventilated deli cup...over several layers of bubble-wrap...cup is securely positioned next to a 40 hour slow-heat-generation heat pack..all remaining space is filled with small pieces of equipment customer may order such as custom-made heat pad, feeding forceps, etc then filled in with styro peanuts, in appropriate-sized, properly-ventilated styro box/cardboard-outer then overnight FedEx'ed or UPS'ed, all planned well in advance. A lot more than goes into shipping physical metal. I take the time to educate customer to make sure we're on the same page care-wise for the baby(s) so they don't 'rock the boat'...then offer a 30-day feeding/health/sex guarantee on them, the best guarantee in the industry by far. and have been doing that for many years. A few sellers try to copy that guarantee but can't for various reasons.

I have started offering "reptile bullion" on THE major reptile web site...Kingsnake.com...I'm the only one doing so as of yet...still only sporadic interest in metals by my niche population...people will spend $5000 on a snake that will depreciate in value...and could kack any day (the money is made in breeding and producing babies), but only a very few are putting any money yet into physical metal...90-95% still turn a deaf ear to my efforts to educate them in my ad on that website...no different than the general population...but they will sooner-come-later, and I will be ready when they do... when a silver coin that sold for $20-25 just 2 years ago, sells for $40-50 today, and will exceed $100 in another 1-2 years...

It's my belly button birthday today, time to go make some snake money...

Ya'll have a good holiday week...!

Snakeman Scott

November 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSnakeman

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