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Watch out for the bugs!

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Watch out for the bugs!#1
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:23pm
There are about 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 insects on earth at any given moment. Seriously, that's a real number. For every one of us, there are 1.5 billion bugs.

Here's the worst one. The Japanese Giant Hornet (pictured below) is about three inches long and shoots flesh-melting venom into your eyes. While you're screaming and trying to run away the pheromones from the acid-venom waft through the air. These pheromones call all the other wasps in the area to come sting and spray you till you die.

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re: Watch out for the bugs!#2
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:27pm
Ahh!

Is that a product of radiation?
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#2
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:28pm
No, just Japan.

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re: Watch out for the bugs!#3
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:29pm
waahh waah waaaahh
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#4
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:34pm
They are pretty scary, though.

According to the article, they kill 40 people a year.
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#5
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:35pm
The Japanese Giant Hornet (pictured below) is about three inches long and shoots flesh-melting venom into your eyes. While you're screaming and trying to run away the pheromones from the acid-venom waft through the air. These pheromones call all the other wasps in the area to come sting and spray you till you die.

And so, the person in the picture is holding it. Only the obvious choice!
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#6
Posted: 1/21/08 at 2:39pm
Maybe that's been fixed.
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#7
Posted: 1/21/08 at 4:08pm
Or perhaps it is dead
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re: Watch out for the bugs!#8
Posted: 1/21/08 at 4:30pm
of course almost all of the cures for many diseases have come from plants fertilized by bugs.......without bugs we, and plantlife would not exist...we are all inter-connected.....

of course the bug above is one of the nasier ones
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