Asp insecticide

Anyone know of a specific product?
Google (etc.) seem to only suggest holistic or environmentally-correct remedies, such as relocation, negotiation, Asp-sanctuaries, etc.
I'm more interested in something like "Granny Finkles Black Rhino Devastator Asp-and-everyone-he-ever-knew Nuclear Eradicator."
Thanks
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wrote:

an "asp" is a venomous snake. Like what killed Cleopatra
It's also a collapsible baton,such as police carry and use. it's like getting hit with a steel bar,but you can carry one on your keyring or clipped to your belt.
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LOL! You forgot the apostrophe in 'Finkle's' so be sure add it before you copyright the phrase. Dandy way to make a point.
Joe
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Joe wrote:

Not to worry; due to the Law of Conservation of Apostrophes, for every erroneous omission of an apostrophe, a superfluous one simultaneously appears elsewhere.
But if you think I'm kidding about the name, this issue turns up often in gun dialog blogs. The difference between "Black Talon" or "Black Rhino" frangible ammunition and "Glazer Safety Ammunition" is nil. But if you have to shoot some stink-eye, my view is that the jury will be more sympathetic to your cause if you used something with "safety" in its name.
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Smitty Two wrote:

Yes.
Common name: Puss Caterpillar
Description: The caterpillars grow to about 1 inch long and are furry in appearance, being completely covered by thick tan to grayish-white hairs that taper toward the back end. Among the long body hairs are shorter spines that discharge venom upon contact. The head and legs are not visible from above.
Caterpillars feed on leaves of many shrubs and bushes, such as hollies.
The caterpillar is called an "asp" by Texans, although there are other caterpillars that also produce a painful skin rash from contact with venom containing spines. Hypersensitive individuals may experience a generalized systemic reaction requiring medical attention.
Texas entemology: http://www.texasento.net/rearing.htm
And, in particular:
Pic (women and children should leave the room before viewing):
http://www.giffbeaton.com/Caterpillars/Puss%20Caterpillar_2006-09-23-0097.jpg
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