Re: Roaches in the East!!!!
- Adam observed (in reference to ID/MT/WY):
> If the roaches can't live there, how do we plan to survive?Grizzlies can't live in Delaware or New Hampshire and
> Adam G.
roaches can't survive in ID, MT, and Wyoming. Need
I remind you that grizzlies are mammals just like humans
and roaches, like chiggers, are insects. Which area
is more un-human friendly?
> >On Thu, 2002-08-01 at 21:05, B Irvin wrote:of
> > > One thing that might be of interest to our Eastern members is a list
> > > we do not have in Idaho, Montana, or Wyoming. When you come here, you
> >can say
> > > "goodbye" to them forever. The list of missing critters includes:
> >roaches, chiggers,
> > > water moccasins, copperheads, coral snakes, most lizards (above
> > > fire ants, and a thousand and one other insects that plague the East
> > > the southeast. The loss of roaches alone, should make the ID, MT, or
> > > worthwhile.
> > >
> > > Ben
> >No roaches, my god, it is paradise! The 1" to 2" long ones here are
> >enough to make me jump up on a chair and scream like the women on those
> >old cartoons. I'd move tonight if I could.
> >I would miss the reptiles. Are there any snakes? Possum tastes pretty
> >good deep fried with collards and fixins. Fire ants almost killed my
> >sister and step father several times. A general lack of bugs is a good
> >thing to me. I see mosquitoes and ticks are conspicuously missing from
> >the list. Any other bloodsuckers? BTW, do you sell used cars or real
> >If all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular
> > -- John Kenneth Galbraith
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