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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Sorry, Stitch. That deer was found sucked bone-dry, like the goddamn things had put her through a juicer. Crumbled into dust as soon as she they dropped her.

that is horrific. really sad.
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What is going on in here
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excuse synth, he's reading naked lunch starship troopers today
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Originally Posted by notthisway View Post



Newbie here. Will appreciate any criticism.

Not bad. I'd probably swap the Converse for some bucks, though, or plain white sneakers. Maybe tuck your shirt in, as well. See how Mellow Fellow does it:



Speaking of which, whatever happened to that guy?
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

no, those are deer ticks in a deer's ear. I stay the hell away from Connecticut. The whole of the east coast is practically lost already, though. We've pulled back to the bunkers but the goddamn bugs just keep coming. We're going to have to raze every single blueberry patch from Yonkers to the Bay of Fundy if we're going to save humanity. At this very moment, Neil Patrick Harris is doing his utmost to science them into oblivion, but progress takes time - time we don't have.

There are rumors that a single collective consciousness controls them. AFL and his crack squad of DEET-wielding commandos are being sent in to investigate and, if possible, destroy the main site of the bug insurgence.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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They can be removed stitches
Warning: Snakes Ticks (Click to show)



There were actually 2 more photos that showed the snake after removal and a container having all the ticks in it. Pretty cool but I can't find those anymore

EDIT here they are, maybe you'll feel better




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I guess you guys have never seen the tick-fields of the Northeast. Horrific. Blighted, diseased. The fuckers drop down on you from the trees; the swollen corpses of adorable creatures litter the once-verdant forests, and civilization itself is at a standstill. The people are starving; crops decimated, water tainted, soil ruined. The ground itself looks like it's moving, but it's just the glistening carapaces of millions upon millions of ravenous ticks. Rivers of insectoid sludge pour through the wilted fern-banks. Hell on earth.
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what the FUCK is the reason for posting that hellish photo?! good god!!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

They can be removed stitches
Warning: Snakes Ticks (Click to show)



There were actually 2 more photos that showed the snake after removal and a container having all the ticks in it. Pretty cool but I can't find those anymore

EDIT here they are, maybe you'll feel better





FUCK TICKS.
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Originally Posted by AKang View Post

what the FUCK is the reason for posting that hellish photo?! good god!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

What is going on in here

This is god's work. If you don't have the stomach for it, you better be thankful that braver souls and cooler heads are working day and night to preserve your freedom. And your future.
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Not bad. I'd probably swap the Converse for some bucks, though, or plain white sneakers. Maybe tuck your shirt in, as well. See how Mellow Fellow does it: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Speaking of which, whatever happened to that guy?

that fit is awesome. dude has style.
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

They can be removed stitches Warning: Snakes Ticks (Click to show)

There were actually 2 more photos that showed the snake after removal and a container having all the ticks in it. Pretty cool but I can't find those anymore
EDIT here they are, maybe you'll feel better

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I guess you guys have never seen the tick-fields of the Northeast. Horrific. Blighted, diseased. The fuckers drop down on you from the trees; the swollen corpses of adorable creatures litter the once-verdant forests, and civilization itself is at a standstill. The people are starving; crops decimated, water tainted, soil ruined. The ground itself looks like it's moving, but it's just the glistening carapaces of millions upon millions of ravenous ticks. Rivers of insectoid sludge pour through the wilted fern-banks. Hell on earth.

what in the fucking hell. that is mind boggling.

1. where the hell did they come from in such numbers.

2. how the fuck are they going to get rid of them

3. do they attack humans too. i assume yes, and if so, can a person be saved once he has them?

g - yes, i do feel better. glad that it is possible to remove them. thanks for finding the pics.
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I'm give this to elisix as bows1 does not look comfortable at all -- zero swag. need to wear that toj ma-1 open and let that placket hannnnnnnngggggggg

In the battle of Ervell vs Jawnz, Ervell is the winner.

meet bows1 outside uniqlo

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Edited by willy cheesesteak - 4/19/13 at 9:20am
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and here I thought WASPs were the insect scourge of Connecticut
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In summer my dogs get a lot of ticks on them. It´s horrible. Fortunately applying a pippete in the back of their necks makes most of them fall off. I thought having to see them with a bunch of ticks on their ears  was bad, but after reading what synth wrote, I´m never complaining about ticks again.

 

ps: grossest day on SF.

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