It just happened for the third time. I found what appears to be a billbug in my office. It is always in the same corner of the room and it just sits there doing nothing. Each time I grab a plastic cup, scoop up the bug and set it free outside. I am now wondering if it is the same billbug and he’s just laughing at my gracious nature. Perhaps I should have killed this bug and then if another one shows up I would know it wasn’t the same billbug but I have a problem killing animals. I have no problem eating already killed animals. In fact, I have no problem with veal. My thinking is, if I can eat the mommy, I can eat the baby too. The billbug is so ugly, I hate to think there is a swarm of them living in my wall. Gives me the heebie jeebies just thinking about it.

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  1. CGHill

    Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan, some months after introducing the Tennessee Bird Walk, brought in something called the Cockroach Stomp (sample lyrics: “Cream your partner with your Florsheims / Tromp that mother three or four times”), which instructs: “They’d stomp us if they had the chance.”

    I conduct my affairs accordingly.

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