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Old 07-17-2017, 09:53 PM   #5841
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And their bite can be quite annoying and a bit painful
Just wish TM and palo could find out the hard way
I'm sixty five, lived here all my life and never been stun or bitten by anything. Is that I wonder, down to my habit of running away from any threatening situation screaming like a girlie, or because we exaggerate for the tourists.
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... never been stun or bitten by anything...
I remember getting stung by bull ants/inch men at around age five in the crumbling remains of the house foundation next door. After running to mum for a Band-Aid I went straight out and did it again.

I'm still that way with women.
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Old 07-17-2017, 10:25 PM   #5843
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After running to mum for a Band-Aid I went straight out and did it again.

I'm still that way with women.
My cousin was like that. Could always be counted on to drive the dog nextdoor into a homicidal frenzy by banging on the fence and put a bullant from one nest into another one.
He is still alive.
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Old 07-17-2017, 10:44 PM   #5844
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I know from reading that Australia has bed bugs. America has way too many. Since Australia has so much unused land in the outback, maybe Hiram Big could bring over a tanker shipful of these nasty critters and dump them in the outback. Hiram would pay for the priviledge!
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I know from reading that Australia has bed bugs....
Maybe Mr. Big could house them here. http://www.msn.com/en-au/money/perso...cid=spartanntp
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And their bite can be quite annoying and a bit painful
we have "THEM" critters too out in Nevada. But a bit bigger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SnL2auGFwo
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or because we exaggerate for the tourists.
Maybe a little

I did get bitten quite badly once by Bull Ants not too far from where you live, The You Yangs, wasn't doing anything stupid to annoy or disturb them, they would have been about a half inch long I guess ..... had a few get right up onto the fleshy part of my thigh .... it hurt a bit and was red for a day or two
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Maybe Mr. Big could house them here. http://www.msn.com/en-au/money/perso...cid=spartanntp
I was thinking more about dumping them in the outback so your nasty critters like spiders, ants, lizards and other critters could feast on them. Then no more bed bugs to bite people.
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I know from reading that Australia has bed bugs. America has way too many. Since Australia has so much unused land in the outback, maybe Hiram Big could bring over a tanker shipful of these nasty critters and dump them in the outback. Hiram would pay for the priviledge!
Global trade has brought bed bugs back into prominence in the United States, but our Indian migrants and visitors, especially, have created a boon for the pest control people.
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I'm sixty five, lived here all my life and because we exaggerate for the tourists.
Exaggerate, yes you do , crocs in the waterways ants and spiders in the Desert plus snakes in the wild. , but everywhere else life is fine no snakes on the plane, other than crocs you could be living in my desert , snakes than can kill you , spider bites that eat flesh , high temps , low temps , we have it all in my area
On the plus , 3 hours from Las Vegas , 6 hours from Hollywood , or unfortunately. 6 hours from San Diego (Why?) or 3 hours to the Sea of Cortez
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