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in: Tyrannosaurus; Tyrannosaurus > 2020-06-07

Jun 10, 2020 2:29 AM # 
What kind of snakes?

Incidentally, my college roommates from Billings and Helena used to refer to Laurel as the meth capital of Montana.
Jun 10, 2020 5:59 AM # 
I won’t even pretend to be a snake expert, but the one in the middle of the trail was almost certainly not a rattlesnake. The other ones I didn’t see, just heard them slither through the grass. (I guess they could have been lizards or mice...)

Oh dear, if your Billings roommate was saying that, that probably means something. I haven’t heard ONE good thing about Billings from any Montanan. And I’m working in Laurel every weekend for the rest of the month, go figure.
Jun 11, 2020 4:31 AM # 
Maybe they said it was the ice capital of Montana and a passing Australian got confused. ("Ice" is a common Australian term for meth, which can result in some must-be-confusing-to-foreigners headlines - "Traces of ice found in water" being one of my favourites).

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