Skip to comments.10 U.S. cities with the most bed bugs
Posted on 01/23/2013 3:05:02 PM PST by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Slide show starts with #10.
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Ohio goes Obama in November, and now they are overrun with bedbugs. Enjoy!
So, Chi-town takes the prize, eh?
Slow connection can’t do links. Can someone post the list?
10. New York
9. Dallas Fort Worth
8. Cleveland / Acron / Canton
6. Columbus, OH
Thanks! The Mrs. is travelling in Denver this very night and will be interested to know this...
Saw a couple walking down Pennsylvina Ave a few days ago.
And the Dallas/Ft. Worth area is the only blue spot on the political map of Texas. The tea parties here have been working heroically, but people from vermin-infested liberal areas keep moving here! Help!!!
Hmmm...all Occupy Wall Street enclaves!
BEST bed bug killer! ONE TREATMENT killed them dead for years!
DDT applied as a 5% oil-base spray (typically blended with deodorized
kerosene) or 10% powder was so effective that all the bed
bugs in a room could eventually be killed by thoroughly treating the
bed and nowhere else, since the bugs eventually had to come there to feed (Stenburg 1947).
If I were a religious nut, I’d say it looks like it might be a biblical plauge on hardcore liberal cities. I’d never say something like that, though.
But liberal cities have also been visited by a plauge of STD’s that no one talks about beyond flooding the joint with condoms. Black communities within the cities have been hit hard by an AIDS epidemic. But no one seems to care about gang murders and deadly disease spreading like wildfire as a result of the ganster low down lifestyle in prisons. Seems liberals don’t care much if Black people die as long it is black gansters taking them out.
Wish it were so, but it's worse than that....
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