- Thanks Mr. Dixie Devil for your (serious, interesting and helpful) scorpion
The Less Than Honorable Mr. Leake's punishment for implying that my home is
filled with "snakes, mice, insects,lizards, etc." is that on his next trip
to the Grecia area, he will be buying not only his own, but my cud, too. In
addition, he will be hand-feeding the cud to my daughter, who now believes
she warrants such treatment as the Very Honorable Courtney.
With the assistance of Dra. Courtney Doolittle this morning, I personally
interviewed several of these small stinging creatures. Ninety percent (+/-
5% error margin) stated that the wind merely spreads rumors faster, and that
they have personally come to verify the accuracy of rumors that the
"somewhat honorable" description is justified by the wild lifestyle of this
suspicious, macha, semi-old, recent divorcee. Alas, they have been horribly
disappointed and are seeking more interesting fuentes of fun. (If they can
read maps in English, you should be expecting them by about 2:30 this p.m.,
I.O.U. one, Chuck,
P.S. I thanked personally those who assisted with corp. info, but can't
seem to get through to Fabio. So, Fabio, many thanks to you, too.
- If you leave the scorpions you will not have any roaches or so the locals say. I was visiting a family and saw a Scorpion crossing the living room. I stood to kill it and they told me to stop. They said that if you leave the scorpions they will keep the roaches out of the house. They also mentioned that they travel in pairs so if you see one check your other shoe because their mate will be close by.
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