CNN – Burmese pythons have been threatening Florida’s ecosystem for years, so the state is turning to the public for help in the form of a hunting contest to cull the population. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has announced the 2013 Python Challenge beginning in January. “We are hoping to gauge from the python challenge the effectiveness of using an incentive-based model as a tool to address this problem,” says Florida Wildlife Commission spokeswoman Carli Segelson. A grand prize of $1,500 will be awarded to the person who kills the most pythons, and $1,000 will go to the person who bags the longest one. According to the rules, road kill will not be eligible.
About damn time. As far as I know real life Anaconda has been going down in Florida for years now. Only a matter of time before real life Ice Cube becomes the token black guy in real life and gets his ass digested. Miami Beach and Disney World are the only two spots I would even consider going to in Florida and even then an attack from jacked up gay Cubans or a hoard of singing midgets would be just as disturbing. The only question is, why stop with snakes, Florida? Pretty sure you can clean the state up by doing these hunting competitions for the other problems that’s hurting your state. There’s a huge surplus of meth-heads, rednecks and retired Jewish people that are tarnishing the land. Could be hunting season all year round for decades. Plus hunting all of them would not only help Florida out but provide a finally legal outlet for big game hunters who have been desperate to hunt the ultimate prey: Man. After that the only thing the state needs get rid of to make it respectable again is the Jaguars.
Whacking Day Simpsons episode…at double the speed so Youtube can’t take it down.