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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 79Stomper, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. 79Stomper

    79Stomper 1/2 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I got one of those thingys too. Problem is I only seen it once and I can't find it anymore. Wifes freaking out about it........
     
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    I don't blame her! I hate and am scared of freaking spiders!
     
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    That doesn't look like "our" Garden Spiders!!! :o
    It might have hitch hiked from some Third World country!!! :eek1: :eek1: :eek1:
     
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    That's a friggin skinny tarantula on crack!
     
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    'ell, you could hear that f**kers foot fall as it ran across the room.....................or was chasing your a$$ down!!! :eek1:
     
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    You guys suck, with all this spider talk my balls are never gonna heal with all the shrinking and expanding.
     
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    OK!!!!! THAT'S IT! I'm not opening this post or the other one any more!
     
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    THis is what started my recent spider worries, read it the day before the "procedure":

    When do bites occur?
    Widow spiders are not aggressive and bites can be infrequent even when large numbers occur. The adult female spiders usually remain in their webs unless forced by adverse temperatures or destruction of their web. They do not forage for food and the insects they eat are caught in the webs and eaten at the site. Human bites mostly occur as the spider defends her web if it is brushed against or accidentally pinched. Occasionally, bites occur from hungry widow spiders when a hand or foot is dangled in front of the nest. Before indoor plumbing, bites were fairly frequent in outhouses, particularly on male genitals.

    http://cecalaveras.ucdavis.edu/bwidow.htm
     
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    Thank the lord for indoor plumbing!
     
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    That does not look like the colorful friendly spider living outside my window. That looks all camo'd up and like it is trying to get into the window. It needs a good blast of brake cleaner.
     
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    Well me and the wife were sittting at the table and all of a sudden she screamed. Well she seen the legs of it on the outside of the window and thought it was inside. I went outside with the surefire and the camera and there it was. I haven't seen it since that night. The wife wanted me to kill it then but it was dark outside and well if I missed Iwanted to see where it went. If I do see it again, it will get a healthy dose of something.

    On an estimate, I would say each leg was about 2 1/2 inches long.
     
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    You can even see it's beady little eyes staring back at you,
    hate in those eyes, and venom dripping from those fangs.
    Almost see it tapping it's foot with impatience!!! :eek1:
     
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    looks familiar!

    That looks just like the ones I have around here,the ones I killed were about that big, or a bit bigger!:eek1: --the infamous "Wood Spider"!
    --its related to the Brown Recluse,and can give a nasty wound if it bites!..the ones here like to leap onto you when you walk by them if they are walking up the wall!...you were wise to wait until daylight to snuff him,he probably would have jumped right on you and gave you a bite!..

    I HATE those F'N spiders!!!...:yikes: ..seems like the more you hate them,the more of them there is around here!...:doah:
     
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    :doah: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
    What a bunch of girlie men we have here at CK5:wink1: Can you say "Raid"?:D

    Those spiders are definatley looking like the big a$$ jungle variety.

    John
     
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    the heck with that i might would move, i hate running into the webs early in the morning going hunting, i'll dang near jump off of my four wheeler sometimes. :D
     
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    Well I just found him again. Since its raining he was hiding in the window sill. I think I will let him be until tomorrow. Thats when I will need in the area so will take care of him and the 10 or so little egg pouches.
     
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    Neat terrarium pet, just get one with a wire mesh top!!! :D
     
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    Don't you mean brake cleaner and a lighter :D
     
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    Geez, I hate it when they're bigger than a quarter, and a 50-cent piece sized one gets top priority for death by me, the lighter, and a can of something. I'd probably be using the .45 for that one. Good thing I live on the west coast, I don't think I'd sleep knowing something like that was around.
     

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