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I can’t believe what I’m looking at
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Image by Ed Yourdon
I have no idea what this guy was looking at, but he was certainly staring intently into his Macbook laptop.

Note: this photo was published in an April 15, 2009 blog titled " What’s Your Worst Email Gaffe?" And it was published in an April 19, 2009 Japanese blog titled "コミュニケーション , 仕事術「メールでやっちゃった最大の失敗は?」." And it was published in a Jun 10, 2009 blog titled U-G-L-Y You Ain’t Got No Alibi!."

Moving into 2010, it was published in a Jan 6, 2010 Lifehacker blog titled "What’s Your Worst Email Gaffe?" It was also published in an undated (Mar 2010) Online Dating Guide blog titled "First Contact." It was also published in an Apr 14, 2010 blog titled "Ten Online Dating Mistakes Dudes Make." And it was published in a May 12, 2010 blog titled "Having Trouble Meeting Perfect Women Online." It was also published in an undated (Oct 2010) blog titled "Online Dating 101 – Starter’s Guide," and it was published in an Oct 9, 2010 First Date Conversation blog, with the same title that I used for the caption on this Flickr page. It was also published in an undated (mid-Nov 2010) blog titled "Relationship Advice – Don’t Be a Chrome Partner." And it was published in a Dec 15, 2010 blog titled "Code, Drugs, and Rock-n-Roll." It was also published in a Dec 20, 2010 blog titled "Online Dating Getter Safer, More Regulated-er" and a Dec 21,2010 blog titled "How to Online Date More Safely (Hint — Hire a Spy!)."

Moving into 2011, the photo was published in a Jan 10, 2011 msn Dating blog, with the same title as the caption that I put on this Flickr page. It was also published in a Feb 2, 2011 blog titled "Michelle’s Real Life Experience with Online Dating." And it was published in a Feb 12, 2011 NewsGeek blog titled "סקס, שקרים והכרויות באינטרנט," which apparently means something like "Lies, Sex, and Online Dating." It was also published in a Feb 24, 2011 blog titled "Online Dating Advice – Tips & Advice To Help You Find Your Match!", as well as a Feb 25, 2011 blog titled "Heartbroker, one of the More Innovative Free Dating Sites, Takes Steps to Minimize Heartbreaks." It was also published in an Apr 3, 2011 OnsMatch blog, with the same caption and detailed notes as what I had written on this Flickr page. And it was published in a Jun 28, 2011 101 Dating Advice blog, with the same caption and detailed notes I had written on this Flickr page. It was also published in a Jul 25, 2011 blog titled "{eventful-title}," with the same detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. And it was published in a Nov 14, 2011 blog titled "Tips for First Date With Another Boy?"

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in an Apr 23, 2012 blog titled "Email accident leads an entire company to think it’s being fired." And it was published in a May 1, 2012 blog titled "NLP体験講座で「NLP」とは何か?をカジってきた."

Moving into 2013, the photo was published in a Jan 20, 2013 blog titled "How to Fail at Turning Your Passion into an Online Business."

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Late in the afternoon of St. Patrick’s Day in 2009, I walked into Bryant Park, which is located behind the New York Public Library, between 41st and 42nd Street, facing Avenue of the Americas. There were a few drunken revelers (most of whom looked like high-school kids from New Jersey), and several people basking in the sun. I concentrated mostly on the latter…

Hail Ants …item 2.. Got crazy ants? Seek professional help, UF researchers say (2:05 PM, Nov 15, 2012) …
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Image by marsmet531
The golden-brown invaders from the Caribbean and South America run around erratically and cause property damage but don’t sting like fire ants.

Fire ant baits don’t work well because they contain oil to attract those fat-loving pests. Their crazy cousins hate oil.
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…..item 1)…. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES … ‘Hairy Crazy Ants’ invade American South from Florida to Texas …

BY IBTimes Staff Reporter | October 04 2011 2:10 PM

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From Texas to Florida, several southern states in the U.S. are abuzz with reports of hairy crazy ants.

It sounds like the premise for a Hollywood horror film: crazy ants invade the southern United States.

As their moniker implies, the flea-sized critters are called crazy because of how rapidly they scramble around. They’re called hairy because of a thin layer of fuzz that sets them apart from their glossy-looking brethren.

The little biters will eat just about anything, plant or animal. Unlike many ants, they don’t dig out anthills, rather preferring to nest in sheltered, moist spots.

They also pack a nasty bite. The ants are aggressive and capable of swarming en masse, according to Roger Gold, an entomology professor at Texas A&M. The second an ant is killed, its death releases a chemical clue to attack a threat to the colony, Gold told The AP.

The other ants rush in. Before long, you have a ball of ants, he added.

The ants are on the move in Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. In Texas, they have invaded homes and industrial complexes and thrive in both urban and rural areas.

The critters travel in motorcycles, moving vans, potted plants, hay bales, and more. They are even known to short out industrial equipment.

So where do these ants come from and why are they attacking in the American South?

The hairy crazy ant – yes that’s the actual name – is a semi-tropical ant that’s expanding its territory. The insect is migrating northward and climate change appears to be the big driver.

Likely a native of South America, the ants were found in the Caribbean by the late 19th century where there are commonly known as Caribbean crazy ants,

The crazy ants aren’t exactly new. There were a few isolated reports in Florida before 2000, and exterminators reported some of the first Texas specimens of the species in the Huston area back in 2002.

However, their population has grown dramatically over the past decade.

Now, 20 counties in Florida, 18 counties in Texas, two counties in Mississippi and one in Louisiana report issues with the crazy pests – and exterminating them isn’t easy.

Gold told the AP that for every 100,000 killed by pesticides, millions more will follow.

What are the health risks?

It was just proven at Texas A&M University that the ants actually transfer pathogens from one room to another. This is a major problem because they’ve been found at medical centers in Huston.

They can also destroy up to 95% of both insect and reptile populations on properties that they infest and can even decimate beehives, a major problem for several small honey farmers.

The infestation does have a silver lining. The crazy ants are wiping out populations of the pesky stinging fire ant.

Yet, many locals would take the fire ant over the crazy ant any day as fire ants form easily avoidable colonies while crazy ants run, amok, or should I say crazy,

Watch footage of the crazy ants below:
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…..item 2)…. Florida Today … www.floridatoday.com

Got crazy ants? Seek professional help, UF researchers say
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The golden-brown invaders from the Caribbean and South America run around erratically and cause property damage but don’t sting like fire ants. University of Florida photo

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2:05 PM, Nov 15, 2012

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GAINESVILLE — University of Florida researchers are still working on strategies for controlling crazy ants found so far in 20 Florida counties, but they’re offering some preliminary advice.

They advised homeowners on Thursday to seek professional help because crazy ants are difficult to eradicate.

The golden-brown invaders from the Caribbean and South America run around erratically and cause property damage but don’t sting like fire ants.

Fire ant baits don’t work well because they contain oil to attract those fat-loving pests. Their crazy cousins hate oil.

Researchers also advise homeowners to remove leaves and other yard litter where the insects like to nest. They also should fix leaky outdoor faucets and sprinkler systems and minimize standing water sources.

Extermination efforts work best in February and March before the breeding season begins.
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