posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by Tsu322
I am having a driving lesson tomorrow, and then, when I have driven a bit, and am no longer responsible for things like being totally sober, I will
sod off and enjoy the fact that I have the day off, and the other fact that at least one of my chums is going to be available for some sort of alcohol
based ammusement, and even if that turns out being an assumption all strewn with error and falsehood, then I will go and visit our local library, and
have a wonderful time there instead. Apparantly one of the eateries on the bottom floor of our towns new library is legally permitted to sell alcohol.
You know... now that I think about it, my post history on this thread might lead some people to believe that I am frequently drunk. :O
Spiders, by the way, are really excellent at getting rid of creepy crawlies, and flies and moths as well. Although some people do not like them, they
are actually quite handy critters to keep around a place. Oh, and FYI, under a slab of paving, you are more likely to find worms and beetles than you
ever are a spider. There is not really much web potential under a paving slab! I love spiders, personally speaking. I think they are perfect
predators, the pinnacle of an evolutionary process which has created killing machines so artful and well adapted to their environments, that they
terrify even much larger animals, such as people for instance.
I would love to have a seven foot tall spider! I reckon it would be fun to ride around on. I imagine that the ride would be much smoother than one
would receive from a more traditional mount, like a horse or camel!