Bad news you can’t use.

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This week’s headlines are a tad disturbing.

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That doesn’t sound good.

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Dust has always been problem in our house, but unless the scientists are armed with giant Swiffers I don’t really see how they can help.

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I’m often surprised by my bar tab, but probably not for the same reasons they are.

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While I have no problem with spiders and actually find them quite fascinating, I’m sure this little tidbit will have some of you quaking in fright. Have fun with that.

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21 thoughts on “Bad news you can’t use.”

  1. “Sideswipe” is pretty subjective without a definitive distance. Did you know that today, from a galactic viewpoint, that Jupiter “sideswiped” earth, and a blackhole “sideswiped” the Milky Way Galaxy….so close it could be measured at 1,400,250 times 10 to the 3 millionth power light years? Whew, that shit was close!

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  2. I hope your spiders aren’t toxic. I never did find out what the exact species of giant spider I was bitten by in 2017.She was big, black with green patches, white bulbuous knee joints, and vicious. She took a chunk out of my ankle, and her toxin caused my leg to seell so big I thought the skin would crack it looked so thin. All I did was knock it out of Gail’s hair when it jumped onto her head. It fell on my sandaled foot, climbed a few inches and bit. I barely felt it, but blood started to flow copiously. We were just out for a walk in the wild, so not prepared, I had to sacrifice my t-shirt to wrap my ankle. Luckily my body has good coagulation, by the time we got to a medical clinic three hours away the bleeding had stopped. The swelling lasted a couple of months, the doctors had no antidote. The spider attacked a few other people in the area, we heard, but it didn’t bite anyone else. I think it did not mean me any harm, it just reacted to being pushed around. But when one see a two-inch wide spider land on their loved-one’s head, you can’t not brush it off.

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      1. You could put it like that. The spider was out of its elememnt. Probably scared, and alone. It certainly had never been seen in the Northwest Territorries ever before, and not again after that summer. Likely it was from the Amazon or something, I scoured pictures of spiiders on the internet, and saw some spiders that looked similar, but not exact. Its “cousins” could jump great distances as if it were flying. When it landed on Gail it was over 5 feet off the ground, and travelling fast.

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      2. Yeah. That was me then. Now it’s just another experience on top of all the other experiences. Nothing special anymore. Then, I was spending days trying to find out what kind of spider it was, how poisonous it was. Bug as usual, I survived… So far…

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