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Discussion in 'Munchies' started by Scaramouche, Aug 3, 2020.
A notable improvement to my eyes.
Next time just give up the bike.
Do not resist!
"Cut me, Mick..."
Rub some dirt on it, and walk it off...
This is what my face looked like last Tuesday
WHOA!!!! So that thing bit you last Monday?
Jesus Man, take care of yourself that's scary bad
'A face only a mother could love'
So lets have the technical details.
Where were you bit?
Did you recover the spider?
Was the species identified?
Did this occur inside or outside?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Bit on upper left arm, saw spider leave my arm after bite, white deerkiller, know the spider well as I was munched by one a while back...I have a history with them, one notable event in southern AZ where I reached up for a tool under a veranda and brought down a deerkiller setting on my wrist I was able to flick away before he ate me, though we both had an opportunity to look at one another real good. I mention it as that experience kind of rattled me and I don't normally pay attention to them things that want to bite or sting us, it got me to look into them spiders.
This present event occurred outdoors up on the Paiute Reservation watching a herd of coyotes watering on the golf course they have up there, I was leaning on my truck glassing those tricksters. I was wearing a tee shirt cause it was early and the sun wasn't blazing yet, say 6 a.m. What else you need to know?
Maybe I shouldn't have posted this, my initial intent of the post was sort of as bad as we think junk is, someone has it worse. I also was going for a certain "esprit positif" in this dark time. Complaining don't get us no where, we gotta move forward and deal with stuff as it comes. Life is to rich for any one thing to get you down. Just regrip your cinch strap and ride on.
I couldn't find that spidey on a Google search.
You sure it wasn't the bartender at the Last Chance Saloon?
Probably one of the beautiful woman he posted in another thread last week.
plexiderm gone wrong huh?
My wife, who's from Sonora, called them matevenados, though I think that is a family of spiders. They are also referred to as deer slayers related to camel spiders in Iraq and wind scorpion in the USA.
ninos de terros
chillruns of the earth
She looked it over real well.
Left me a Spider Turd as she left.....
that'll teach to stick you head where it don't belong !!!!
Hope your well soon !!
Woke up one morning with what looked like a large bee sting on the outside of my right arm, near the elbow. It quickly got worse so I drained it and pored some alcohol (all I had then) on it. It continued to get worse and it was turning black in the center. So I put a new pointed blade in my craft knife, dipped it in alcohol, and started digging. Had blood everywhere and I though the wife was going to faint, but she's a trooper and hung in there. I had to dig it out several days after that. Now I have a dime-sized white scar there. I really, really dislike spiders, and we have some rather nasty ones here in AZ. I'd rather go talk to the sidewinders who live in my backyard anyday.
Normally I would call this crass commercialism, but how do you call out a master craftsman and artist, that’s a drop dead beauty. You give senior citizen broke veteran retiree discounts? Oh, never mind that’s my medicine talking.
Jeeze man! I hope you get all better soon! My old partner didn't shake out his boots getting ready for work and got nailed on the big toe by a recluse. Had issues with it for a couple years. Hopefully this is a short lived affront to your visage!
Thanks Bob, I’m fine and mending as I type this.