“I've been meditating for years. It's gotten to the point where I can very easily meditate until my mind goes blank. But then the problem is, there is no one to blame.” ― Garry Shandling
The note with the ducky is interesting.
It's Quebec, ladybugs are the least of your worries.
I'll be they are Asian beetles. They have made every fall around here miserable. Are bed bugs a protected species up there?
Meth, I despise French Canadians.
Allen, There's a walking path near my house in WI. In late summer, there are swarms of those Asian beetles. I'm told the soybean fields attract them.
Avez vous le Grey Poupon?
LOL. ricpic, I worked @ a hotel in Wildwood, NJ for 2 summers[not snobbish, a blue collar resort]. The owner advertised in Quebec newspapers. French Canadians are smelly, obnoxious, stupid, tightwads.
Just like Cheeseheads.
Not Allen, however. He bathes regularly, is smart, gracious and generous.
Nick, I have 9 acres of woods, and when the winds come from the SW in the fall over my woods, my house is covered with the little fuckers. Covered.
I wish we had more lady bugs in our area. Maybe it is to high and dry. Too cold. Don't know but I wish. They are the best for eating aphids which are a big problem on our plum and cherry trees.If you leave them alone, they leave you alone.
DBQ, these Asian beetles bite. Either that, or they grab on to you with their feet, and it feels like they bite. Then, when you smash one, they leave behind a yellowish stain and a terrible smell. When the infestation reaches full impact, there will be a thousand of them on the house. I spray them, and an hour later, there is another thousand.
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