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Old October 23, 2017   #16
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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).
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