And mothers who clean everything and keep the bugs out of the way
of their children are baffled when the same previously bug-free
child comes home every other week from a dirty school with a cold,
flu, etc. Keep your house dirty. Kids will develop antibodies and
WORKING immune systems. Besides, most of those bug killing cleaners
leave toxic films or kill off good bugs in the kids' bodies.
And the medical community overprescribed antibiotics TWENTY MILLION
times last year alone. UPDATE: Medical System now the leading cause
I will happily lick the receiving area, put a glue-
backed warning label there, and rub it down. Just call me!
Eat Right. Keep Fit. Die Anyway.
"i" before "e", except after "c", what a weird society.
http://diversify.com Dynamic Website Applications
I keep trying to explain that philosophy to my wife when the kids come home
from the beach with their pockets full of crabs, clams and limpets.... She
still looks at me with a deep sideways glance :)
"Larry Jaques" <novalidaddress@di\/ersify.com> wrote in message
In the case of shellfish, Clorox is a necessity.
======================================================== Save the Whales + http://www.diversify.com
Collect the whole set! + Website design and graphics
4wiw -- when I built my last purple martin house, I used exterior plywood,
painted the outside with latex paint and the interior I brushed with boiled
linseed oil. The bird's seem happy with it, but I incorporated an
experimental bat house design in the lower part, and have yet to see any
bats nesting in it (I didn't have luck with an earlier cedar bat-house,
built with plans from Bat Conservation International, either).
I put a bathouse up last year and haven't seen any activity either. I
suspect that the neighborhood is too closed with mature trees for them
and the house isn't either high enough or there are too many trees
They haven't hit in force here yet, thank goodness, but we've not had
significant rain yet (or for the last 4 years, for that matter).
OBWW: The bathouse is made of untreated pine, and colored dark brown
with an outdoor opaque stain.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.