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Bumpyroad

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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

I'm waiting for that Japanese giant killer hornet.

I heard it's just two states away.


it's in southern VA..
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My bug killer is working overtime


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side note - I had read that NOLA is having a major rat problem. While normally there is enough activity and people to keep the rats fed outdoors, the lack of activity is prompting rats to look in homes and shops now for food.


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Letting all Wisconsin mosquitoes know
they are welcome in Storden,MN

They would like your address.



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I let a red ant bite me this morning. Hurts like hell.

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Bumpyroad wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

I'm waiting for that Japanese giant killer hornet.

I heard it's just two states away.


it's in southern VA..
bumpy


Whew, I can now relax, lol,.

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As much as I complain about those who would starve the hungry and as much as I support those who would feed the hungry.

THAT DOES NOT APPLY TO MOSQUITOES They can all starve for all I care.


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CavemanCharlie wrote:

With less people outdoors and camping the poor bugs that suck your blood have no food to take home to their young.

Please, do the right thing, go outside today and let a poor starving mosquito have a meal. [emoticon]


CavemanCharlie, Thanks for the humor! It is much needed, and a rarity! And another rarity, the thread hasn’t been closed.....yet! memtb


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time2roll wrote:

Good to keep the mosquito at bay. All the malaria drug has been used in vain.

Actually, the drug did a good job, but because it is inexpensive and not patentable, it has become very difficult to acquire.


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memtb wrote:

And another rarity, the thread hasn’t been closed.....yet! memtb


Nobody is fighting and it hasn't gone political..."yet"!

Go Pokes!

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