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Old 08-15-2012, 09:04 PM   #85
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Old 10-19-2012, 02:32 PM   #86
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Jane Hefferan's four years of agonising surgery and $1M in medical bills because of a brown recluse SPIDER bite | Mail Online
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Well it's been 4 months now and it looks like it may heal all the way but it will take a few more months. This is one nasty bite and looks like I got shot. The wife killed a black widow in the garage yesterday. Look out!
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Good to hear you are improving, Mr. BB
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That had to be hell for sure. Hope things improve greatly now that the worst is hopefully over.
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spiders

Here in Canada I spray for spiders every year.I found with the Ban of every thing that kills bugs I came up with 2 things to use spray at night with vinager white cheep kind $2.00 gallon works not bad.Ear wig bait I mix some $store sardiens one can and a cup of mouse bait in a old dish the wigs love the dinner and I get lots of them I have a old live trap the keep the dish in so the mousers (cats) can't get the bait.All the huggers have had the spidder ban removed from the shelves about 2 years ago same with lawn bug stuff and also weed killer.But golf places still use it.Money talks Bushman
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Tell all your friends; Florida has roaches (they call them palmetto bugs here) there as big as dogs. snakes, gators, bugs that haven't been named yet.
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Tell all your friends; Florida has roaches (they call them palmetto bugs here) there as big as dogs. snakes, gators, bugs that haven't been named yet.
Not to mention the dread "hanging chads"...
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Tell all your friends; Florida has roaches (they call them palmetto bugs here) there as big as dogs. snakes, gators, bugs that haven't been named yet.
You got that right! I just got a picture in an email of a 20' python in the everglades that ate a deer! I got something pooping on my back deck that I don't want to meet. The palmetto bugs are the least of your worries.
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