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Old 06-07-2007, 02:02 PM
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Oooh Man.

Most people would of jumped of the roof...Your death could have been ruled a suicide.

I was painting a house once..and had to use a 35 foot ladder to paint the very top...Sure as shit there was a bee nest under the shingles/roof.

Due to it being a colder morning(slowed the bees down)..I managed to escape.My legs couldn't move fast enough climbing down...Alot of cuss words outa me that morning.

I almost fell up there...My death would have been claimed as being accidental.

Those dam things..
Yellow jacket nest and a 35 foot ladder???? bummah man... bummah...

I've been on paint crews where we just sprayed them and went on... we did that with poison oak too... and no... we didn't get stung...

Once, I was priming boards out front of this house (huge lot) and because I was looking down, I began to see all these little flying shadows around me... hmmm, said I and looked up...

A swarm of bees were coming my direction... fortunately, my car was close by and I was able to get out of their path... laffs... I left the setup where it was... brush too... and called it a day. Since it was oil base primer and a hot day, it killed the brush...

The next day, the bees had taken up residence in a tree on the perimeter of the lot and we continued to work... and the day after that, they were gone.
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Old 06-27-2007, 07:57 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by TheStripey1 View Post
Yellow jacket nest and a 35 foot ladder???? bummah man... bummah...

I've been on paint crews where we just sprayed them and went on... we did that with poison oak too... and no... we didn't get stung...

Once, I was priming boards out front of this house (huge lot) and because I was looking down, I began to see all these little flying shadows around me... hmmm, said I and looked up...

A swarm of bees were coming my direction... fortunately, my car was close by and I was able to get out of their path... laffs... I left the setup where it was... brush too... and called it a day. Since it was oil base primer and a hot day, it killed the brush...

The next day, the bees had taken up residence in a tree on the perimeter of the lot and we continued to work... and the day after that, they were gone.
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:21 PM
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The Jack Pine Beetle

Oooh Man...These things are not only ugly..but can pinch,and take a chunk a skin outa ya.

Had a bat in my cabin a week back...always fun to wake up to...I'd rather wake up to 3 bats a morning..than one of these dam thing geting into my cabin...all summer.

Anyways..A Jack Pine Beetle crept through my screen door a day later.These things are so fu_king nasty..that it's like the end of the world when one gets in.

I swear this bad boy was the size of a crayfish......

I always thought I was a man...ya might as well put a dress on my ass,when it comes to fighting these nasty things from hell...AUUUGH!!!
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