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Old 07-30-2008, 02:34 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by radhuni View Post
I don't hate insects so much as I hate reptiles, especially house lizard or Hemidactylis frenatus.
Isn't that the guy selling Geico car insurance on TV? I think he's pretty cool.
Originally Posted by GrantsKat View Post
Well being raised in Queens, NY, I wasnt subjected to many bugs, but boy did that change when I moved to Florida!! ... Then there are the roaches that look like they are on steroids I dont remember what they are called but they are easily 2 inches long!! YUCK!!
They're called palmetto bugs and although they look disgusting they aren't the little guys who infest your house. They usually just wander in from outside one at a time.

I wish I had one of Mexico Karens critters as a pet.

Mosquitos are bothering us a bit around here; for some reason there isn't any eradication this year.

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Old 07-30-2008, 06:29 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by JohnL View Post
Thanks jpm,
I'll certainly give it a shot.
Cool, be sure to let us know if it actually works.

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