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#442783 - 07/31/13 05:12 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Chase Eric]
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just saw a video on just this topic we had same problem. basically use dish soap


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX32S2BHKXk

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#442788 - 07/31/13 05:52 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Chase Eric]
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Originally Posted By: Chase Eric
But I'm a firm believer in karma. So if I CAN relocate the nest I'd almost pay to do it, but being so inaccessible, I may have to resort to Ken's suggestion, albeit not so ... well ... enthusiastically as him, I guess.


I believe in karma too. Karma does not apply to wasps. In fact, killing wasps is GOOD karma, because they are evil and must be destroyed. Anyone who says they hold value in the circle of life has been lied to. That's exactly what the wasps WANT you to believe! Once they know they have you fooled, THAT'S WHEN THEY STING YOU!!! Honey bees are valuable to the ecosystem. Wasps are not! Whenever one ventures into my domicile, I kill them without hesitation. I only wish it was possible to have their ugly little fucking heads mounted on a little plaque that I could hang on my wall each time I sent one back to hell where it came from. Oh yeah, and every time you kill a wasp, the devil cries a little, because he has lost one of his children.

Let me ask you this, is it bad karma to kill flesh-eating bacteria? Nope, I think not. This is kind of the same thing.

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Edited by BraveFalcon (07/31/13 05:54 PM)
Edit Reason: I FUCKING HATE WASPS!!!

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#442901 - 08/01/13 01:01 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: BraveFalcon]
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Edited by bodyguard8367 (02/27/14 06:34 PM)

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#442948 - 08/01/13 09:08 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: bodyguard8367]
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I hate spiders to but I understand their importance in the world. If I find one inside, I'll try not to kill it. That is, unless it's a black widow or something. Those die immediately. Same logic for those as wasps. Also roaches. That's another creature I think you get a karma immunity from killing. Just sayin'. Peace,

Ken

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#442988 - 08/02/13 12:54 AM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: bodyguard8367]
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Originally Posted By: bodyguard8367
...NO SNAKES

Geoffrey, I've always loved snakes...
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#443007 - 08/02/13 05:50 AM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Chase Eric]
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Originally Posted By: Chase Eric
Originally Posted By: bodyguard8367
...NO SNAKES

Geoffrey, I've always loved snakes...


Snakes are kinda cool, but if I find a copperhead around my place, and I have the ability to dispatch it.... dead. My logic being that if I let it live, it or one of it's offspring could go on to bite one of the neighborhood kids or something. So, again I feel there is kind of a karma immunity in that. Same thing with a black widow. Same thing with a nest of wasps. You get where I'm going. Peace,

Ken

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#443024 - 08/02/13 09:29 AM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Chase Eric]
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spiders and snakes I can deal with now if you bring around a nasty vermin filed rat will scream like a lil girl and kill it dead..

btw sorry for hijacking the thread

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#443047 - 08/02/13 01:01 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Lost Mountain]
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I made a post with pictures about 3 years ago about being bitten by a brown recluse spider. I was bitten during the night (I was asleep). It swole up to the size of half of a ping-pong ball underneath my left eye. It is still there today but it has shrunk to the size the head of a thumb-tack with a small crater in the middle. I can feel the spider's jaw parts inside of it.

Puffer


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#443072 - 08/02/13 04:40 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: Chase Eric]
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When I was a kid, I actually started fights with people who I came across killing insects of any kind, didn't matter how much bigger the other kids were than me, I was at least bigger than the insects so had to intervene.

That being said, bee or wasp nests are deadly, trying to move it yourself could be deadly, and especially if you have kids i'd say either get a professional to move the nest or...kill them.
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#443151 - 08/03/13 02:16 PM Re: Wasp Nest (very off-topic) [Re: king tut]
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When I was barely 11, the teacher (serial perp guy) took the entire 5h grade on a special all-day field trip to Sugarloaf Mountain. It was fun to hike up the mountain with my friend Tommy. On the way down I unknowingly stepped in an underground hornet nest. A swarm of hornets flew up around me and some went down my shirt. I got about a dozen stings. It wasn't fun. It ended the field trip.

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