The Should I Kill It? Thread

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by Macrobius, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. Macrobius The Old Usager

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    Rats have killed more people in history than crazed gunmen -- that's for sure.
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    O'Z is George Orwell. I *knew* it.
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    No way could I rock that moustache. No way.

    I do have plans to travel to Barnhill, though, oddly enough.
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    Nutria are just another rat which needs to die kill 'em all.
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    Kill it or don't kill it ?

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    More seriously, Sloths are cool animals, I say we keep them around.

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    Sloths are medium-sized mammals belonging to the families Megalonychidae (two-toed sloth) and Bradypodidae (three-toed sloth), classified into six species.[citation needed] They are part of theorder Pilosa and are therefore related to anteaters, which sport a similar set of specialized claws. Extant sloths are arboreal (tree dwelling) residents of the jungles of Central and South America, and are known for being slow-moving, and hence named "sloths". Extinct sloth species include many ground sloths.
    Sloths make a good habitat for other organisms, and a single sloth may be home to moths, beetles, cockroaches, ciliates, fungi, and algae.[2]
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    i have never gone out of my way to kill another living creature as long as i have lived......call me crazy. :P
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    Not even an ex ?
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    Not even mosquitoes and roaches ?
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    no......not even mosquitoes and roaches....... which sucks because i dont like those........just cant bring myself to kill them.

    i dont know what the fuck is wrong with me...........sometimes i think im cursed.
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    never had an ex........im still with the same dude i been with since i was 15.
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    Luckily, I'm so deeply ignorant I are incapable of understanding just how ignorant I are.

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    I've eaten nutria and there was plenty to be had in the Morgan City LA area. I worked offshore for Schlumberger and flew out of Morgan City for several years. I prefer deer meat, but I don't shoot anything unless I'm going to eat it, never have.......Oh and I'm kinda keen on the wild hogs too
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    I've never eaten nutria, though I'd probably give it a try. Nutria sauce piquant might be worthwhile. I don't hunt myself, but I have family members that do, so I've had a good bit of venison roast and sausages and duck gumbo.
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    I have house spiders that lair in my bedroom closet. They usually get all still when I come blundering by them, then they go about their spidery business of eating pests, making webs, etc. :agree: Never been bit by em.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parasteatoda_tepidariorum

    More of a rhetorical question: "Should I kill it?"

    Diet and predation

    American house spiders usually feed on household pests such as flies, mosquitoes, ants and wasps.

    Hail house spiders o/
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    Anyone can and would kill if provoked in the proper manner.
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    Spiders outside = they can live unmolested because hell, it's their world to, righty right?? BUT, once they cross over the thresh hold and get into my house? Nahh, it's open season and they get squished! Spiders give me the creeps! Found this kind once in the basement: [IMG] Pill bug spider and of course, these: wolf spiders [IMG]
    basement gets bug-bombed 3 times a year without fail!
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