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(CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth)   You know the end of Charlotte's Web with the baby spiders? Its like that   (dfw.cbslocal.com) divider line 64
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2013-09-26 03:13:35 PM
I thought maybe it was an alien invasion and in a couple of days, most of us would be pod people.

To be honest, I was kinda hoping that's what it was. It would probably improve my commute. Or end it.
 
2013-09-26 03:28:33 PM

I want your skull: Sometimes you get one of these ladies in your house. They're fun, because when you step on them, hundreds of baby spiders go scurrying in every direction.
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2013-09-26 03:32:54 PM
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2013-09-26 04:15:25 PM

Snarfangel: Falling creatures from the sky
Fearless things that jump and fly
They eat bugs by night and day
Floating spiders are on their way.


Great!

Now I have to watch John Wayne movies!

/ someone shoop some green berets on those damned spiders
 
2013-09-26 04:18:55 PM
 
2013-09-26 04:52:15 PM
So like spiders falling silently from the post apocalyptic sky?

I am also assuming that they breed almost as quickly as elves.
 
2013-09-26 04:58:18 PM
I went for a run in Tyler yesterday and one of these landed in my hair. I didn't think there was a spider attached, but I'm gonna go flush out my ears now...
 
2013-09-26 08:15:56 PM
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2013-09-27 12:02:56 AM
We had a huge fuzzy female jumping spider in our doorway the other day. Our porch light attracts a lot of flying bugs so she was probably well fed, and I told my husband to leave her there.

He hates spiders, but he compromised, caught her in a jar, and put her in a shrub in our front yard. She fell out and immediately a robin swooped in and ate her. He couldn't understand why I was so angry. I told him to leave her alone! Now he thinks I'm insane...well more than before...

Poor jumping spider. :(

Yet he's ok with tarantulas. those are the only ones he's not afraid of. Who is the insane one? If you're afraid of spiders bigger should = more terrifying. Makes no sense to me.
 
2013-09-27 01:29:54 AM
I like spiders and like to see them in or near my house.  Black Widows I put outside, and I've never dealt with a Brown Recluse.  I understand that some people are scared by spiders, but I find them really cool and have let a tarantula scamper all over me.  They are beneficial allies to humans and they do us a lot of good.
 
2013-09-27 06:24:31 AM

Ihaveanevilparrot: We had a huge fuzzy female jumping spider in our doorway the other day. Our porch light attracts a lot of flying bugs so she was probably well fed, and I told my husband to leave her there.

He hates spiders, but he compromised, caught her in a jar, and put her in a shrub in our front yard. She fell out and immediately a robin swooped in and ate her. He couldn't understand why I was so angry. I told him to leave her alone! Now he thinks I'm insane...well more than before...

Poor jumping spider. :(



hehe you sound like me. Lord J is banned from killing anything, and has had to unlearn years of training from mommy, whos' frightened of everything and kills it on sight

/i sound neurotic and controlling. im not... well not all the time.
 
2013-09-27 11:10:09 AM
By the way, under most med references, the usually say most spider bite aren't, they are staph.

/take a shower and wash your filthy hands once in a while, pigpen.
 
2013-09-27 11:17:02 AM

Lady J: Ihaveanevilparrot: We had a huge fuzzy female jumping spider in our doorway the other day. Our porch light attracts a lot of flying bugs so she was probably well fed, and I told my husband to leave her there.

He hates spiders, but he compromised, caught her in a jar, and put her in a shrub in our front yard. She fell out and immediately a robin swooped in and ate her. He couldn't understand why I was so angry. I told him to leave her alone! Now he thinks I'm insane...well more than before...

Poor jumping spider. :(


hehe you sound like me. Lord J is banned from killing anything, and has had to unlearn years of training from mommy, whos' frightened of everything and kills it on sight

/i sound neurotic and controlling. im not... well not all the time.


Hey, when it comes to not killing spiders, you're being sensible. Spiders are our friends. Among other things, they will eat mosquitoes. And I haven't looked up the statistics, but I'm quite sure that mosquitoes (disease vectors that they are) hurt and kill far more people every year than spiders ever do. And even when they don't, mosquitoes are incredibly annoying.

I am very much a fan of animals that munch on those suckers.

/Most insects are awesome
//But mosquito population control is a very good thing
///One of the few arthropods I'll squish
 
2013-09-27 11:29:12 AM
Since when is Dallas in north Texas
 
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