fiddle-faddle: urger: Florida is America's attempt to build a death world. We put in hillbillies and astronauts and in a few centuries we'll breed them with Australians and our new Austro-floridian super soldiers will conquer the earth!With all the Brazilians we are adding into the mix, we will be unstoppable.
Cerebral Knievel: Evil Mackerel: Cerebral Knievel: Deep Contact: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 400x300]Get bat drones. They can each eat thousands of skeeters every night.skeetersthey already tried that..[cdn.theatlantic.com image 670x445]The Bats all flew away the first night.That would make an epic mud wasp colony.It is!!
SVenus: Just bought The Executioner, a bug zapper shaped like a tennis racket.[i.imgur.com image 323x469]Very satisfied, would zap again.
Deep Contact: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 400x300]Get bat drones. They can each eat thousands of skeeters every night.skeeters
BigRightRear: FunkOut: Well, there's still citrus fruit I guess.Funny you mention that. My tenet about where I'll live is : ' If they can grow apples and tap maple trees I won't live there'. I am glad others will though.The fact that there are mosquitoes here is not news.
Glockenspiel Hero: AbiNormal: I've lived in Alaska, your puny Florida skeeters don't scare me.[static.flickr.com image 500x346]Yeah, but Alaskan mosquitos are *dumb*. I remember being in the Alaskan woods and watching them land on our DEET soaked wool clothing rather than anywhere on exposed skin. Easy to swat and we ended up with very few bites.
AbiNormal: I've lived in Alaska, your puny Florida skeeters don't scare me.[static.flickr.com image 500x346]
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