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Old October 23, 2017   #16
Sun City Linda
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I was REAL glad I had on gloves one day a few years ago when I flipped the contents of a small potbound minirose into my hand and out erupted Fire Ants as only they can! I still ended up with some bites on my arms and even legs, those buggars are fast. Could have been much worse, gloves are good.
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Old October 27, 2017   #17
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Twice I have found a black widow in the lumpy bottom of an heirloom tomato I have picked. If my son knew about it, he would never pick another tomato. He hates all spiders.
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Old October 29, 2017   #18
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Don't let him see The Lord of the Rings. (I think the Shelob parts in the book are even creepier).

Stupidity got us into this mess. Why can't it get us out?
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