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- It's an Australian spider. Anyone surprised? Nasty lil' *******.
How'd it get to Ireland?
I can recall a case of someone finding one in England that had turned up in their furniture that had been shipped from Australia. Not realising the danger the owner(?) picked it up in his hand thinking that it was harmless - it wasn't and it being an imported species there was no anti venom for it available in England. Having said this the last know fatality from one of these occurred in 1954 here in Aus - said to be a 9 year old child that had asthma and other complications. A bite from one of these almost cetainly isn't fatal by itself but it can make you pretty sick
They hitchhike on fruit, cars, planes, absolutely anything. Redback spiders even dress up like normal people and walk through customs, then they detach from each other and spawn everywhere.
You see, the problem with this massively connected world we are in is that it's massively connected. In a few dozen hours, you can fly from Ireland to Aus, or Aus to Ireland, without a problem. This means that a spider or two could theoretically wind up in one of the hundreds of items of clothing or luggage on the flight, and not be discovered.
Not theoretically. Practically. It has always happened, even when the world wasn't massively connected.
- Yay for helping asylum seekers but boo for doing it here
Meaning that a site of such horrendous misery and horror shouldn't be used for anything except as a memorial to those that were interned there originally. If people wanna help actual, REAL asylum seekers - good for them, myself though I am dubious of 99.9999% of all claims for asylum - anywhere. Either way, if this image is to be believed I think it is a gross misuse of what should be left alone.
fuck the asylum seekers
They're never leaving of their own volition. Are you, or are you not okay with this?
"asylum seekers" lel
I agree with you.
But it really should be the other way around.
- As a rider of this bike I do approve of this video. <------
- Yes. Kermit will be the reason I go to jail. I don't know wher…
I'ma kill u
- Geez I don't even have to go on tv to not get a date.
Chinese dating show
- Let's not have the cooling outdoor "showers". Let's …
Welcome to Auschwitz, have...
- And if the bottle simply falls over?
When a person takes your soda,
- Handy for when you have a magic, never ending box of ammo.
Quick magazine loader
- I didn't realise broccoli could get you high.
- Geez these coffins are heavier than I remembered.
Waiting for your answers, go
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