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Old 09-07-2013, 01:34 PM   #28331
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You may want to check out neem.
Already bought and ordered this other stuff. Cypro wp I believe.

I'll check out neem when I get back to the office, just in case this stuff don't work.
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Flash fire or explosion works best but with ....... a bit more negative side effects. Depending on the collateral damage risk , I may do it anyway .
We have a epic house fly problem , but its in the yard , they just hang out on the grass and and , throw a piece of wet cardboard out there and its like honey to them , thinkking the starch in the material is what they like ? But I am seriously considering flashing over the whole yard , it can be done with little to no fire damage if done just right .
There is no trash or funk or anything else that I can think of that keeps them there , its terrible .

Oh well off to to some Miracle League this morning , got registration and free play today .
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If the product has a residual effect (kills over time) and kills eggs and larvae, you can apply it for as long as the residual effect is listed for without necessarily having to reapply it. The commercial products usually last longer than they are listed for.
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After some investigating, decided the spider I shot the other night is probably a huntsman spider. Size, tactics and food source point to it. They look like wolf spiders, eat big ass roaches, and are supposedly much more cunning and quite a bit larger than the average wolf spider. They average...about the size of the palm of the hand...the same size as the one I shot. I'd never seen a wolf spider bigger than a couple inches across before.
Dude! You effing moron! You killed one of the GOOD GUYS!!! I keep tellin y'all that spiders and snakes are good to have, but then y'all go on hatin' on them and killin' 'em because they are "scary".
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Screw that bro, a spider is a spider. And this one jumped on the dog's face, then my leg, and was baiting me by pretending to be injured.
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Screw that bro, a spider is a spider. And this one jumped on the dog's face, then my leg, and was baiting me by pretending to be injured.
So, how is that spider any different than you were when you were humpin' a pack through the sandbox as a Marine? I bet you were scary as Hell on PMS as a young Jarhead and scared the fukk out of those poor natives. Doesn't mean that you were necessarily a bad guy (well, at least not to most of 'em).

I don't mean to be disrespectful in any way (I very much appreciate your service, and have great respect for those who serve), I am just trying to put the spiders into perspective.
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Dude! You effing moron! You killed one of the GOOD GUYS!!! I keep tellin y'all that spiders and snakes are good to have, but then y'all go on hatin' on them and killin' 'em because they are "scary".
I agree. I'm not afraid of snakes or spiders. In fact, I've had tarantulas as pets for many years. I don't have one currently, though.

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Screw that bro, a spider is a spider. And this one jumped on the dog's face, then my leg, and was baiting me by pretending to be injured.
Spiders rarely, if ever, hunt something they know is too big and they can't "take". I doubt it was baiting you.
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Bitten by a brown recluse as a kid, almost lost a finger.

Bitten by a black widow as a teen, got sick real bad.

Bitten by another brown recluse as an adult, had a quarter sized hole rotted into my hip.

Have been bitten on the face by a wolf spider that jumped on me from a wall.

Had one (wolf spider) run up my naked leg and hide behind my nut sack before I could stop him while taking a **** one day. No bite. But I pummeled my balls with my fist while trying to kill him.

Had an uncle die from a black widow bite on the ass while crapping in an outhouse. Not right away. A miserable slow death that took 3 days.

I've found them in my clothes. I've been bitten on the body when they've gotten into my shirts. I've found them in my boots. I've had them crawling around under my junk inside my drawers.

Went to Iraq where these "camel spiders" (solpugids, ten legs, NOT even arachnid family, but still has too many legs). These would tear a chunk from sleeping Marines, and then crawl away to EAT it. Marines and soldiers have woken up to large pieces of flesh missing from their faces. The camel spider secretes an anesthetizing agent which makes this possible.

No. **** spiders. If they're in a web and away from me, I'm not going out of my way to kill it. I've even relocated the common brown "woods spider" as I call them (I actually did that the night before this incident). And I do tolerate those huge yellow and black garden spiders. But if it is as canny and witty as this bastard that was trying to BAIT ME into getting near it, I'll kill it from a distance. And he jumped on the dog's face man. That's aggression after the said baiting.
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