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Thread: Fun with wasps
05-22-2004, 03:01 PM #14Originally posted by spotts
Originally posted by DeltaT
I kick everything FIRST, then back away and watch!
Bout a month later he comes back and the head lady asked if he had praticed on the tree with the knot. Saying yes she excorts him upstairs to Molly's room. So my Indian friend tells Molly to hang out the window which Molly did cause she is use to weird guys doing weird things.
But my Indian friend waits and watches then runs across the room, kicks her in the butt and runs back and waits and watches. He does this a couple of times and Molly can't take it anymore.
So Molly yells at him and wants to know what he is doing. He say "Me check for bees."
So it is the "Me check for bees" technique. Now don't you guys get any ideas about the 1/2 inch electrical knock outs on these units."The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public's own money.
- Alexis de Toqueville, 1835
05-22-2004, 03:30 PM #15
I had a wasp experience thurs. Went on a roof to replace ht pump and saw them coming out the open knockout on an abandoned disconnect- right beside the access for the new unit.
The wasp spray was almost empty so fired up the turbo torch. Sprayed with right hand and nailed a wasp with torch in left as came out hole, then stuck the torch in hole and smoked the box. No more wasps.Col 3:23
questions asked, answers received, ignorance abated
05-22-2004, 10:50 PM #16Originally posted by Diceman
Originally posted by benncool
Here is my caption for the second picture:
"You may get stung if you buy a Carrier. Install Frigidaire"
I like it. Think I'll take out a full page ad next weekend.ESSAYONS