A True Doomsday Prepper
- Sep 25, 2013
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And don't forget the brown recluse, black widow and scorpion.So far lyme disease isn't much of an issue here in Washington yet, we get roughly 15 or so cases a year but most of these cases are of people who visited the east coast where it's more prevalent. Your more than not to get nailed by these than getting lyme disease here in the pacific northwest, cow killer ant (wasp), bald-faced hornet, cytopid centipede and the wolf spider.
I worked with a guy in Oregon years ago who got bit on the leg by a recluse. It made quite a mess of his leg.We have the Arizona scorpion eastern Washington, much of the recluse sightings here have really been the hobo spiders, I have yet to see a recluse not that they don't exist though I see a lot of hobo's (not that they are any better) we certainly have a lot of black widows
Its our own fault that nature does not like us, hell 9 billion humans on a planet meant to hold 5 billion at most what do you expect mother nature to do, we breed like rats with no provision made to feed, house, train, educate, transport and care for our millions of sprogs each year, We live on a paradise world and we are shitting in the pool and dumping rubbish in the garden.it would be nice if nature atleast sometimes wouldn't want us dead,as it's so bloody inventive in various ways.