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post #2101 of 2473 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 11:49 PM
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It is alive, therefore it is a bad one IMO.
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Damn, tonight must be my night. Go to the garage and see a black widow crawling on the floor. That one I did kill. I try not to kill all spiders since I know some get rid of annoying bugs, but they still creep me the eff out.

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Anyone know what kind of spider this is?

It's called a "eff this, I'm either moving or burning my house down" spider. The black widow doesn't bother me. The ones with more facial hair than me, and look like it wants to eat small puppies and children, do.

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Haha, that spider was ANGRY inside that cup. I'm not gonna lie, I hate spiders. Normally I would have squashed the hell out of it. But I read up on a lot of the common spiders around my area and the vast majority do good in keeping the annoying bugs away. So I'll live with some. This guy however was not in any pictures for a California native spider. So I don't know if I should squish it or let them free. But they aren't welcome inside, that's for sure. That guy was just to the side of my bed's headrest.

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Effffff. That! There would be a magazine worth of .223 holes right next to head board.

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**** that I would have killed it ASAP. Spiders are scary as fawk! But that looks like some of the spiders I see around my house too.


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Ha, I probably looked like a bitch creeping up on that spider with a cup and paper. Scared to hell. lol

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^^ more balls than me **** I would have had the whole damn house fumigated already. There are black widows at work and I don't give a Fawk ill bitch out everytime. I go through like 2 cans if break cleaner to kill it lol



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I'm just wondering what it is. This is like the third or fourth one I've seen. I think it's because we have an Oak tree in the backyard. Never had one before and there are spiders everywhere. Most are daddy long legs and garden orbs. But I seen way more black widows and these kind than any other house I've lived in.

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Oh god I am terrified of those garden orb spiders. I always used to run into their webs on my way to school through my backyard. I'm pretty sure I have arachnophobia.

Lately though I get really amped up when I see a spider and kill it ASAP!


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I used to be exactly like that. I freak out when I accidentally walk into a spider web. Gives me the creeps. When I see those camel spider videos from soldiers in Iraq I wonder how the hell do they not freak out. I remember when I worked construction I worked on homes up in the foot hills. They had tarantulas everywhere. No way I could live up there.

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Oh god I am terrified of those garden orb spiders. I always used to run into their webs on my way to school through my backyard. I'm pretty sure I have arachnophobia.

Lately though I get really amped up when I see a spider and kill it ASAP!


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Well someone on the local forum called it a wood spider and said it's harmless. Haven't seen a way to verify it. According to this site though it looks like more like a black house spider.

http://www.termite.com/spider-identification.html

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Anyone know what kind of spider this is? I had to escort the guy outside earlier today. Doesn't look like a recluse and the only other poisonous spider in the area is a black widow. Makes me think it's not dangerous to people but the thing did have nasty fangs and was fast as hell once I got it in a cup.

Black house spider from wiki

Hmm, dunno now

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I read mine because it bugs the hell out of me to see the email notification on my phone.
i do the same thing..

and spiders don't bother me....but we don't have poisonous ones around here. no poisonous snakes either

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i do the same thing..

and spiders don't bother me....but we don't have poisonous ones around here. no poisonous snakes either
You are correct in saying that you don't have poisonous spiders or snakes because they are venomous. Venomous means they inject venom and poisonous means that they are harmful if eaten or touched.
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You are correct in saying that you don't have poisonous spiders or snakes because they are venomous. Venomous means they inject venom and poisonous means that they are harmful if eaten or touched.
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Thanks Professor.
I am bored while the maid is here cleaning my house so I had to point it out. It's almost like a grammar error that you know I have to correct.

I'm also waiting for a guy to text me back because he wants to buy the lowering link I had when I bought my bike. Then Greg also needs to text me so we can meet up for booze.
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Blue Moon is on tap and sadly I probably only have about 2-3 gallons left. That won't make it through this 3 day weekend.


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Love some blue moon. I like shock top end of the world brew too. Any other suggestions you guys got for me in that style of beer?


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Since you like wheat beer, try out different brands of Hefeweizen. Just another variation of wheat beer. I don't know what's common over in your area, I know Shiner makes one. Over here we have Widmer Brothers, Pyramid, Gordon Biersch, Rougue, Sierra Nevada, to name a few. Hefeweizen really varies per brand so if there is a brand that you like that makes one try that first.

I just like going into BevMo and picking out new ones in the style I like. That's how I found so many Belgian Style Abbys that I love to drink.


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Since you like wheat beer, try out different brands of Hefeweizen. Just another variation of wheat beer. I don't know what's common over in your area, I know Shiner makes one. Over here we have Widmer Brothers, Pyramid, Gordon Biersch, Rougue, Sierra Nevada, to name a few. Hefeweizen really varies per brand so if there is a brand that you like that makes one try that first.

I just like going into BevMo and picking out new ones in the style I like. That's how I found so many Belgian Style Abbys that I love to drink.
BevMo has a good selection of kegs IMO. My next order from them is a keg of Shiner Bock or Shiner Hefeweizen. I just wish I could get a keg of Shiner Blode in SD but I emailed the brewery and they don't that to this area. I need to find out if I can get it in LA. If so I would be willing to drive two hours to get it.
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Only going into work today for my PT test. It's not first thing in the morning either so I got to sleep in. Guess it's time to play some xbox until I have to go in.
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