Celebrating with a snake

When Jill Clapp met George back in 1995, she was a bit nervous. "I was pretty upset for a second," she says, recalling the first time George touched her hand. But before long, as he gently snaked his long, smooth body down hers and poked his head into her pocket, she was in love. "Well, as much as you can love a reptile."

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Posted by The Mootz Family
a resident of The Crossings
on Jun 3, 2013 at 2:37 pm

Happy 20th birthday George! Thanks for serving St. Paul CDC and helping the children learn about snakes and reptiles for so many years!

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Posted by Sean
a resident of Sylvan Park
on Jun 3, 2013 at 10:19 pm


Don't piss the wrong off. Eat, work sleep, repeat.........and enjoy your days off. Maybe take a Xanax bro......chiiiiiiiL.

I have lived in MV for 12 years and the police are good people, I have a few stories on how they helped me when they did not have to. I will be sending them a Xmas card this year. Thanks MVPD.

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