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(MLive.com)   "We're going to kill them all," the exterminator promised through clenched teeth as he furiously scratched the bites on his arm   (mlive.com) divider line 63
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2013-08-14 11:06:35 AM
...and let Bed Bug God sort 'em out!
 
2013-08-14 11:10:51 AM
images4.wikia.nocookie.net

"KILL THEM! KILL THEM ALL!"
 
2013-08-14 11:24:01 AM
Eggs, nymphs and adults cannot escape the six hours of heat inside the house, converted into a temporary oven by multiple heaters blasting hot air.

images.wikia.com
 
2013-08-14 11:25:14 AM
34st.com

/obscure crappy movie reference
 
2013-08-14 11:49:21 AM
"We're going to kill them all," Jim Nelson, district manager for Rose Pest Solutions in Buenos Aires, said.
 
2013-08-14 11:50:50 AM
forgottenflix.com
 
2013-08-14 11:53:30 AM
I can't post the pic with my phone, but that scene from Family Guy where the exterminators are using high powered firearms to kill bugs.jpg Etc.
 
2013-08-14 11:53:48 AM

markie_farkie: [34st.com image 300x214]

/obscure crappy movie reference


I dunno...CatZilla was pretty awesome.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-08-14 11:54:17 AM
I would love to see what manner and number of cracks will appear in the walls and ceilings after such an intense heat/cool cycle.
 
2013-08-14 11:54:35 AM

Rand's lacy underwear: "We're going to kill them all," Jim Nelson, district manager for Rose Pest Solutions in Buenos Aires, said.


ENLIST NOW! SERVICE GUARANTEES CITIZENSHIP!

/would you like to know more
 
2013-08-14 11:54:39 AM
Let's market them as an aphrodisiac and sell them to the Chinese.
 
2013-08-14 11:55:09 AM
Why the "unlikely" tag? Seems odd.
 
2013-08-14 11:56:09 AM

markie_farkie: [34st.com image 300x214]

/obscure crappy movie reference


Obscure, my son watches that again and again.  Can't stand it
 
2013-08-14 11:56:45 AM

maltedmothball: Rand's lacy underwear: "We're going to kill them all," Jim Nelson, district manager for Rose Pest Solutions in Buenos Aires, said.

ENLIST NOW! SERVICE GUARANTEES CITIZENSHIP!

/would you like to know more


God damn bugs whacked us, Johnny.
 
2013-08-14 11:57:02 AM
i.qkme.me
/obligatory
 
2013-08-14 11:58:16 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-14 11:59:03 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-14 11:59:03 AM
Sleep tight.
 
2013-08-14 12:00:37 PM
The exterminators in question:

i41.tinypic.com
 
2013-08-14 12:03:52 PM

strangeluck: I can't post the pic with my phone, but that scene from Family Guy where the exterminators are using high powered firearms to kill bugs.jpg Etc.


i1.ytimg.com

Here ya go.
 
2013-08-14 12:05:56 PM
i1214.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-14 12:06:56 PM
You know who else?
i353.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-14 12:10:53 PM
Problem solved:

It's a simple equation folks. Prostitution, divided by Hotels, equals dead Elves.
 
2013-08-14 12:13:07 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-08-14 12:13:10 PM
I'm going to kill them all, sir.
 
2013-08-14 12:15:22 PM

gja: I would love to see what manner and number of cracks will appear in the walls and ceilings after such an intense heat/cool cycle.


Eh, we have been fighting this battle at work and (I'm the maintenance guy) and I've seen no structural defects appear. It's bullshait that they never need to repeat a treatment however, we have one residence that's been heated three times. The little bastards will run if it gets too hot too fast, and you really need to maximize the circulation otherwise there will be plenty of insulated spots.
 
2013-08-14 12:19:01 PM
www.dropzone-games.com
"How do I get out of this chickensh*t outfit?"
 
2013-08-14 12:21:17 PM

maltedmothball: more


Haha nice
 
2013-08-14 12:22:13 PM

markie_farkie: [34st.com image 300x214]

/obscure crappy movie reference


You take that back or I swear I will strangle you with the finest string cheese ever made.
 
2013-08-14 12:26:56 PM
Hey, that article is from the city where I live.

God, I hate it here.
 
2013-08-14 12:29:58 PM

Satanic_Hamster: [forgottenflix.com image 300x300]


Mock26: [img.photobucket.com image 320x158]



Came for Delbert McClintock, leavin' happy
 
2013-08-14 12:31:23 PM
img580.imageshack.us

Sandra:  But one soldier, against seventeen.  What are you going to do?
Sgt. Todd:  I'm going to kill them all, sir.
 
2013-08-14 12:33:26 PM

Evil Mackerel: Let's market them as an aphrodisiac and sell them to the Chinese.


Genius! Call them Tiger Fleas to impute they've imbibed the tiger blood.
 
2013-08-14 12:38:29 PM
I love this thread.


And I wish to know more
 
2013-08-14 12:44:19 PM
I always wonder if exterminator guys check into hotels and bring some live ones to set free when they leave.  It would be good for business, right?
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-08-14 12:48:36 PM

drewogatory: gja: I would love to see what manner and number of cracks will appear in the walls and ceilings after such an intense heat/cool cycle.

Eh, we have been fighting this battle at work and (I'm the maintenance guy) and I've seen no structural defects appear. It's bullshait that they never need to repeat a treatment however, we have one residence that's been heated three times. The little bastards will run if it gets too hot too fast, and you really need to maximize the circulation otherwise there will be plenty of insulated spots.


I'm gonna guess you are talking about commercial buildings, residential construction is VERY different. Especially older ones with wetboard/plaster walls.
I have visions of walls with cracks that make it look like a topographical map.
 
2013-08-14 12:50:35 PM
Needs moar DDT.
 
2013-08-14 12:58:34 PM
This sounds like a Roald Dahl short story i read once.
 
2013-08-14 01:03:58 PM

gja: I would love to see what manner and number of cracks will appear in the walls and ceilings after such an intense heat/cool cycle.


120 degrees isn't that hot.  The average high temperature in the summer in Phoenix is 105.  And they're leaving it that hot for 6 hours.
 
2013-08-14 01:04:07 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com

"...and then we will kill them all."
 
2013-08-14 01:05:26 PM
www.wearysloth.com
Must be one helluva bed bug infestation.
 
2013-08-14 01:12:56 PM
farm4.static.flickr.com
Put them in bed bug body bags! YEAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!
 
2013-08-14 01:13:50 PM

Mock26:


This thread is now complete. Thank you
 
2013-08-14 01:14:24 PM
On it..

beyondmediaonline.com
 
2013-08-14 01:22:45 PM

chewielouie: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]
Must be one helluva bed bug infestation.


Bite your head off, man.
 
2013-08-14 01:23:51 PM

2chris2: gja: I would love to see what manner and number of cracks will appear in the walls and ceilings after such an intense heat/cool cycle.

120 degrees isn't that hot.  The average high temperature in the summer in Phoenix is 105.  And they're leaving it that hot for 6 hours.


Yeah, it gets to be 120 degrees in attics all the time.
 
2013-08-14 01:32:08 PM
I think I would opt for chemical treatments. Heat seems like it would potentially damage some of the stuff in your home, or the home itself (I live in Seattle so it would be a huge change from ambient). Plus I can't see 6 hours being long enough to penetrate every possible hiding space in the home anyways. Hopefully I never have to deal with it though. Yuck.
 
2013-08-14 01:37:24 PM
I was an exterminator for a short period in my life.  With the millions of insects I killed during that time, I like to joke that when the insects take over the planet I will be put on trial for "Crimes against Insectanity" ala Nuremberg...

/so many great stories from that job
 
2013-08-14 01:39:17 PM
EXECUTE ORDER 66
 
2013-08-14 01:39:23 PM
I've patented a treatment that heats to 2000ofor about 58 minutes. Here's one of my clients. Almost 12 years on, and NO BED BUGS!!!

www.federaljack.com
 
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