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(Daily Mail)   I, for one, welcome our hungry caterpillar overlords   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 20
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2012-08-31 04:50:32 AM
Looks like something gone awry from Futurama episode.
 
2012-08-31 04:59:15 AM
Evolution is the something something tinfoil bikini and sausages.
 
2012-08-31 05:11:37 AM
And just because I think it's oblig.:

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2012-08-31 05:16:49 AM
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2012-08-31 05:30:59 AM
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2012-08-31 05:38:47 AM
I just KNOW this has something to do with the infestation of the yellow beetles.
 
2012-08-31 06:09:28 AM
Thousands of moth larvae weave giant web over shrubbery to protect themselves and more importantly, their food, from predators

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and to protect their bicycles from thieves, too
 
2012-08-31 06:12:07 AM

Day_Old_Dutchie: Thousands of moth larvae weave giant web over shrubbery to protect themselves and more importantly, their food, from predators

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and to protect their bicycles from thieves, too


That's horrifying. I think I'll watch the b&w 'The Mist' blu tonight. Even though Amanda was way hotter in my head.
 
2012-08-31 06:22:33 AM

Day_Old_Dutchie: Thousands of moth larvae weave giant web over shrubbery to protect themselves and more importantly, their food, from predators

[img411.imageshack.us image 640x480]

and to protect their bicycles from thieves, too


Who doesn't have a guard-caterpillar these days?
 
2012-08-31 06:31:30 AM
Headline is missing a "very"
 
2012-08-31 06:53:36 AM

robohobo: Day_Old_Dutchie: Thousands of moth larvae weave giant web over shrubbery to protect themselves and more importantly, their food, from predators

[img411.imageshack.us image 640x480]

and to protect their bicycles from thieves, too

That's horrifying. I think I'll watch the b&w 'The Mist' blu tonight. Even though Amanda was way hotter in my head.


To this day that is the most brutal ending to a movie I've ever seen. Not bad, in fact it improved the movie in my opinion, but just emotionally brutal.

/ I remember seeing it in the theater when it came out, and I still remember multiple people cheering when that crazy religious lady finally got shut up
// I was one of them
 
2012-08-31 06:58:54 AM

Neondistraction: robohobo: Day_Old_Dutchie: Thousands of moth larvae weave giant web over shrubbery to protect themselves and more importantly, their food, from predators

[img411.imageshack.us image 640x480]

and to protect their bicycles from thieves, too

That's horrifying. I think I'll watch the b&w 'The Mist' blu tonight. Even though Amanda was way hotter in my head.

To this day that is the most brutal ending to a movie I've ever seen. Not bad, in fact it improved the movie in my opinion, but just emotionally brutal.

/ I remember seeing it in the theater when it came out, and I still remember multiple people cheering when that crazy religious lady finally got shut up
// I was one of them


Far more brutal than the short story, which I won't spoil for those that haven't read it. One of the first King stories I ever read, I think I was 11 or so. Followed immediately by It. Anyhow, from the time I read it I'd longed for it to be filmed, and I do think it turned out pretty damned well. Wife and I went to go see it Thanksgiving weekend when it was released. Pretty farked up for a holiday weekend. It was a full house, and I don't believe I've ever witnessed a more silent and clearly disturbed theatre exiting in my life. Although Blair Witch came close.
 
2012-08-31 08:31:09 AM
Speaking of infamous movie endings, looks like William Shatner needs to gear up and film Kingdom of the Caterpillars.
 
2012-08-31 09:00:28 AM
Just rip a hole into it and throw in a few bug bombs. Sure, some will seep out, but enough will be retained to kill the creepy crawlies.
 
2012-08-31 09:14:42 AM
"On Friday, it cocooned and atethe five hawthorn bushes, but it was still hungry."
 
2012-08-31 09:28:23 AM

GranoblasticMan: And just because I think it's oblig.:

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Worst kids' author ever.
 
2012-08-31 10:08:55 AM

funzyr: GranoblasticMan: And just because I think it's oblig.:

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Worst kids' author ever.


You shut your whore mouth.
 
2012-08-31 11:02:06 AM
www.seanax.com
 
2012-08-31 11:57:59 AM
'It was very sticky and strong - even snails could move up it. It was amazing. I have never seen anything like it. It is so big.'
 
2012-08-31 08:22:57 PM
The last image... omfg the last image...

THOSE TREES ARE CONSUMED IN SPIDER WEBS.

How can those people sit so close?
Don't they know!?
Didn't anyone tell them!?
 
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