Fucking Spiders!

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    I had to kill a big brown fucking narly hobo spider and then ten minutes later another big brown spider crawled across my leg. I hate fucking spider! What is their purpose?
     
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    :lol: I like spiders, they keep away the insects I don't like.
     
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    I would take any insect over a spider. Even a large beattle.
     
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    Even mosquitoes? Cockroaches? They eat anything that will stick to their web, even bees and wasps. One spider in the house is all it takes to clear out a lot of pests. Single floor house that is. They even eat termites!
     
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    I have a certain blood type or hormone that mosquitoes don't like or I am immune but I haven't had a mosquitoe bite in years and we had them real bad this year. Bee's I have no problem with, I used to pick up garbage at our Riverfront Park here and there would be 20 bee's sworming the can. If you don't bother them they don't sting you.
    I understand spider's serve a purpose but can't we find something else to fill their job?
     
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    I always tell folks to leave spiders alone. They have important things to do. Scoop 'em up with something, set them outside, bid them farewell.
     
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    Not naturally ... ;)
     
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    Regarding their purpose... I'm not sure their jobs can be filled by anything in nature:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrAc0F_1xBQ]YouTube - What spiders are REALLY doing[/ame]
     
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    To piss you off, that's what.
     
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    Spiders are safe with me until they come down where I can see them you know, until they invade my space. I'll squish them even though they are beneficial and amazing, they're also creepy.

    No way I'm gonna pick them up and put them outside...

    We don't get them too awfully big here but once in awhile I see a wolf spider that I don't even want to step on, they're so big.
     
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