and zones without ants, cockroaches, termites, and other inectoid vermin
There was a Clint Eastwood maration on tv years ago, we didn’t give it much thought as our 5yr old son wasn’t too interested. Or so we thought! He came out of his bedroom looking for the flyswatter as there was a fly in his room. I asked if he needed any help and he said no. As he walked into his room we heard those immortal words, “Ok fly, make my day!” Tru story!
Hope that plugger doesn’t live down South or in Florida in the summertime.
For starters, the plugger needs to keep his kitchen and bathroom clean, and especially not leave open food containers lying around. That’s bug basics.
Don’t go overboard by trying to search out all the dark nooks and crannies in basements and attics, or you might run into something dangerous like a black widow spider.
Don’t you pre-pluggers kill flies, too? Is it just us pluggers? Oh, right – y’all today belief all life is worth keeping and worshipping, including bugs. But even with that, y’all still want to get rid of meat and eat flies. Once again, we see the pluggers hanging on to our common sense and original design as created by God Himself.
Not just No-Fly ….. Search and Destroy ;-)
Pence needs to bring a Plugger along when he hits the campaign trail.
I use my electric fly swatter. Love to hear the ZAP. If that fails I go to a ground-to-air weapon – RAID. Like to see them drop in midair.
We have an electric fly swatter, the ZAP! is very satisfying.
I have two fly swatters and can never find them. However, the cats catch them and eat them, so it all works out.
Why aren’t flyswatters white. I find that flying insects seem to ignore white more than other colors.
A Plugger is his own SWAT team, on the fly!
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
May 20, 2021