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Old 04-13-2013, 04:45 AM   #11
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I took a gas can to a nest of some type of mean bees in the side of a hill. They attacked me when I was mowing with a lawn mower. They got me once just below the eye. Similar to c3's story, I baled out. The tractor got stuck on the side of the hill, one wheel spinning. The nest was basketball size.


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My uncle in his unfinished work shop, a nest of wasps formed after about 2 months of being un-attended. Well, we pulled out the smokers and wasp spray. No one got stung; but, we ran fast to the house, you should have seen my uncle move and wasps in trail!

Burning shop down was a no-no!
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Several summers ago, my Dad was sitting on a porch having a beer with the guy who lived across the street. When the guy went home, he proceeded to try to kill a nest of bees. My Dad saw him trying to swat them away from him. When his wife got home from work, the man was dead in his kitchen from a bee sting. The victim didn't know he was allergic to them.


http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2001-08-18/news/0108180169_1_bee-sting-allergic-reaction-insect


That 22w foot wasp nest looks like a job for our resident exterminator..........Shihan.
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A 21 foot wasp nest? Damn that is a lot'a pain coming down.
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It don`t take no fire, you throw gasoline on a wasp & they die almost Immediately/im·me·di·ate·ly..................
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As a teenager, was plowing with a little Ford 9N tractor, and plowed up a yellow jacket nest. I let them have the tractor. It stopped when it plowed it's way to an oak tree, and stalled out.
I bet that was a long row to hoe !
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It don`t take no fire, you throw gasoline on a wasp & they die almost Immediately/im·me·di·ate·ly..................
Brakleen. Drops them fast, with no poisonous residue left on surfaces.


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