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Old 09-30-2010, 08:43 PM   #61
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Got one you can have. Ya just gotta come and get it. And when the lass isn't about. Damn thing is big enough for a high dive. And heavier than a cement pond. We call it the totally nude hydro-therapy device (hot tub fer the rednecks),,totally nude because it tends to blow bras and knickers right off. When ya come and get it,,,do it in the middle of the night and don't let me know. That way when she's asks me what happened to it,,a shrug of the shoulders won't be a lie.
Your a little too far away but thanks anyway.

Unless YOU want to deliver it and I have plenty of beer for you to drink while you are unloading it.

You don't like your hot tub? Even with the bras flying off? That seems out of character for you.
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Old 10-01-2010, 05:53 PM   #62
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I just ordered it 4 hours ago. I got a great price and even talked them down another $300.00, on top of the other $350.00 off the price they had as a instant off deal. So I saved about $650.00 plus tax of 40.63 getting the discounts. This was the best deal I could get on a new Hot Tub and I spent 3 weeks looking for countless hours, but thanks for the offer. DO you know someone with a hot tub business or someone getting rid of their used Hot Tub?

I originally wanted a used one until I could see if she will use it a lot, but every used one i saw on Craig's list turned out to be crap when I went to look at it. They would say on one that they just redid the plumbing & pump within the last 5 years, yet when I went to look at it, the pump was leaking and another pipe was leaking with constant drips from both. And the jets in the captains chair didn't put out any water and it needed a new cover that costs $350.00. I went to 4 others that had similar issues but their ad said they worked great. It totally turned me off to getting a used one, so I just looked for the best deal on a lower cost new one.


Yeah, my cousins b/f sells them. It sounds like you really researched it. Used ones have issues 99% of the time he told me. My friend has one off his living room, he's always trying to get me in it. Personally, I don't care for them. The thought of my panooch boiling makes me rather ill.
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That be code for poonache,,,kind of like a toothache,,,but only on yer poon.
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True that OB, I have all sorts of words for it. Punani, Panooch, Precious, Fritzy, CoCo, the last two are foreign slang.
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That be code for poonache,,,kind of like a toothache,,,but only on yer poon.
Is poon short for poontang? Just wonderin!
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Is poon short for poontang? Just wonderin!
A poontingling poonanny is better than a poonaching poon. Old Irish proverb.
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A poontingling poonanny is better than a poonaching poon. Old Irish proverb.
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Bed bugs can be found in folds, tufts of mattresses, coils of springs, hollow posts of bed stands bed rails, headboards, cracks and gaps during daylight hours. Other than that bed bugs may found in box springs, inside the cabinetry of furniture and the bottom and sides of drawers, behind loose wallpaper, behind pictures on the walls, under door and window casings, and behind baseboards. To find bed bugs always look in dark places, isolation and protection.

Bed bugs are not usually considered to be disease carriers but sometimes they can be harmful as they do suck blood from their host with piercing mouth parts but the bite is painless. Once bedbug bites, the skin becomes irritated or inflamed due to the salivary fluid injected by the bed bugs and it shows up in a small, hard, swollen, white welt at the site of each bite.
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My bro has a read bad bed bug problem at his building. Its been exterminated multiple times but the problem still persists.
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Bring back DDT and this problem will go away.
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Bring back DDT and this problem will go away.
Only to create other problems that were once addressed years ago. Bedbugs be a nasty nuisance, but in reality carry no disease. Mosquito's on the other hand,,,,,be one hell of a nuisance and do transmit disease.
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Over Eighty million people have died needlessly of malaria, since DDT was banned in 1972, and hundreds of millions more have suffered from this debilitating disease. The majority of those affected are children. Of the 300 to 500 million new cases of malaria each year, 200 to 300 million are children, and malaria now kills one child every 30 seconds. Ninety percent of the reported cases of malaria are in Africa, and 40 percent of the world’s population, inhabitants of tropical countries, are threatened by the increasing incidence of malaria.

The DDT ban does not only affect tropical nations. In the wake of the DDT ban, the United States stopped its mosquito control programs, cutting the budgets for mosquito control and monitoring. Exactly as scientists had warned 35 years ago, we are now facing increases of mosquito-borne killer diseases—West Nile fever and dengue, to name the most prominent.

http://www.21stcenturysciencetech.co...umm02/DDT.html

DDT was banned political reasons. The banning of DDT is essentially tool for population control and for large chemical companies to make MORE money producing the highly toxic substitutes.

Perhaps today as the bedbug problem grows in the United States, people will wake up and smell the DDT (well, if it had any oder). It is ideally suited to the bedbug problem-- non toxic to humans, and deadly to the little critters.

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Can you point me to one confirmed case of a human death caused by residual DDT. The "replacement" chemicals (organic phosphates, nerve gas, if you will) for DDT are far worse than DDT ever was. Seriously, DDT for does have some harmful affects-- but the benefits far out weigh these when used judiciously.

DDT is a pesticide used to control insects that carry dieases such as malaria. DDT is a white, crystalline solid with no odor or taste. Numerous studies indicate that DDT is not a carcinogenic hazard to humans. However, EPA lists DDT as a 'probable human carcinogen.' DDT affects the nervous system if swallowed in large amounts. Studies conclude that there are no serious effects in people under normal use. According to ATSDR, there are no studies on the health effects of children exposed to DDT. There is no evidence that DDT causes birth defects in people.
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DDT has not just been banned for use as a pesticide

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Seriously, you two are like hannity and colmes: you can't agree on anything
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There's a reason behind our (apparent) madness.

Cygnus, I do not ALWAYS disagree with the O-Man. Sometimes he is RIGHT on!!

(Keep in mind that even a broken clock is right twice a day.)

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