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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by cherrysunburst00, Oct 1, 2017.
Me? Why out in the NEW Mexico desert. White Sands is about 1 hr away.
Scorpions Über Alles
Scorpion venom is pretty mild it would hurt like a bitch though. I would have probably captured it in a glass and taken it outside. I have an affinity for little "stingy" bugs though, I am constantly saving some wayward wasp that got inside the house when my wife and kid tell me to squash them. I was catching one the other day and it stung my finger.... MAN did that finger itch.. But it was ok and I managed to get the little bugger outside safely. I am weird like that. Someday I intend to do some beekeeping too, I LOVE them
that's the worst part, what if he had been crawling around some radioactive junk
I don't want to use the word "Crazy"...
...mostly because you people get violent when I do.
There's no such thing as one scorpion.
If I'm crazy for loving bees and shit then I'm ok with that. I don't drink smoke or do drugs so I think overall I'm not "Too" crazy
Besides.... a bit of "crazy" is good right? Right? RIGHT? LOLOL
Spray a sting with original Windex. The ammonia will knock it right out.
There are no nuclear reactors here
That's what "they" say
"They" know what they're talking about.
Isn't there still leftover radioactivity from the a-bomb testing back in the 40s out there somewhere?
Trinity Site: location of the first atomic bomb detonation/test. Scientists didn't know if it would work or not, or if it might even split the world.
BUT THEY HAD TO KNOW
Trinity Site is around Alamogordo/Tularosa area (a bit past White Sands), so yes, you are indeed correct. There are people living in the area.
Trivia : the ground was moist with morning dew when the a-bomb was detonated. The Heat turned that sand into a glassy stone type of substance that is still radioactive. It's called Trinitite, and it's illegal to remove it when Trinity Site is opened to the public.
Never been there, nor do I plan on going.
I want to move to the South Carolina coast (well, in 3-5 years). The only problem is I am sure they have sh*t like scorpions, spiders and snakes.
Very interesting. Thanks. Could probably make some cool picks out of Trinitite.
Nah, move out to NM. We don't have hurricanes. We have BEAUTIFUL scenery, and lots of sunshine (WE were supposed to be "The Sunshine State" but Florida stole that moniker from us )
Besides, we'd be neighbors (root beer for me).
Sheesh, I still need to meet up with Mudface.
And durable Only 2 problems: 1)it's radioactive and 2)it's illegal to remove.
Although people still try to take it out. In high school, one of my classmates brought some in to the class (early 80s) and was passing it around. I said "keep that stuff away from me" so she started chasing me around the room
We drove past on a road trip once and there were motorhomes and all manner of campers along the side of the highway with big telescopes..... On the lookout for aliens I presume LOL
Don't blame ya for not wanting to go there
No thanks YIKES
I'm going to make necklaces out of it. I'll make a fortune as everyone will want to give them to the future and current exwives...