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paul1598419

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I don't have bugs in my house, so I don't allow spiders I find to live. Outside is a whole other story, though. I have a huge holly tree in front of my patio that blocks a great deal of the sunlight in the summer and I have spiders in it most of the year. They do help keep other insects at bay and I'm fine with that. They are all over the yard in fact as I have plum trees and all sorts of foliage in the yard.
 

Lifetime17

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Hi Red,
Yes striped legs and get very large those are what they call banana spiders. Sometime they spin to low and I walk into them at night. The scary thing is I know what's in them . If you want to take a pic of the web take a little flour in your hand and blow it onto the web pretty awesome details. By the morning they take the web down until dark and build it again.

Rich:)
 

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Hey - who knows, Batman might do a better job than May at sorting out the Brexit mess! If only the Commons and Government actually sat down and figured it out rather than bickering like children the whole time... How many votes of no-confidence in the last few weeks... Insanity.

Anyway a little light relief from hearing nothing good from Westminster - Thanks Curtis :)
 

CurtisOliver

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I think he actually would. There would be no arguing with Batman. :p
Brexit has become a joke. For a strong resilient country like ours, our government has been a source of anger and humiliation.
That's not the image of this country that we should be portraying.

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Theresa May surrounded by a bunch of mugs. ;)
And yes I agree, it is good to see something funny out of this sorry mess.
Knowing our countries humour, I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the caption wasn't an honest mistake. :D
 

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The trains being made to WIDE is hilarious:LOL:
and the sub probably sinking to the bottom:rolleyes:
 
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Immo1282

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Christ that's a lot of damage for such a small tap... You'd have thought that whoever engineered those shelves wouldn't have made them so flimsy though...
 

BowtieGuy

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Holy $hit, that driver barely touched that rack, I can't believe that this didn't happen sooner by just the everyday loading the racks with stock.
It's good that it's on video; I think that the rack builder/installer is going to have some questions to answer.
 

CurtisOliver

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I've seen that before. I have to agree, the forklift driver is barely at fault here. A knock like that shouldn't of bought the shelf down. Also a chain reaction like that should of never been allowed to occur.
 




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