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Date Posted: 15:23:04 02/28/07 Wed
Author: Phil McBride
Subject: Re: Mosquitos
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Re: Mosquitos" on 05:26:26 02/28/07 Wed

>In my youth, I've seen signs of Piney Woods Gallinippers of a size to carry off the Bayou Yeti. Of course, that was on the Texas side of the Sabine River.

Actually, I'm a fan of the B-1 vitamin routine to build up a body aroma that is discouraging to insects large and small. We'll see on Wednesday evening how effective the B1 is. It may be that those good Cajun bred bugs will kamikazee through any force field to strike those of us wearing blue wool.

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