Okay, whoever’s reading this who hates mosquitoes, please raise your hand. Let me get a count hereâ€¦alright, even though very few of you actually just raised your hands, I can guarantee that no matter how much you ascribe to the live-and-let-live philosophy, when it comes to the mosquito debate you’re all on my side (and if you actually raised your hand just now I love you and want to marry you. No dudes, no pets thx.)
With Synthesis Blog’s obvious entomological knowledge (type â€œmosquito eaterâ€ into google. SEE!?), it’s due time that we weighed in on the mosquito magnet, who happen to be sponsoring this blog page today. While I think that it is unlikely that mosquitoes carry the dreaded and much hyped SWINE FLU, they do sometimes carry a nasty little cocktail of other deadly bacteria and viruses like West Nile, Malaria, Amorphous Blob Disease and more. Plus, who likes to itch? (Again, show of handsâ€¦.alright, just forget it.)
If you’re at all like me and enjoy the warm months outdoors at BBQs and other similar summertime gatherings, and you tend to forget to bring bug repellent, perhaps you should look into this mosquito magnet.
A tank of propane, a shaded area and about six weeks and your mosquito problems will be a thing of the past. Apparently, judging by consumer testimonials, the thing works. This dude’s video shows a tank of dead bugsâ€¦.pretty gnarly.
Are you doing your part to rid the world of mosquitoes?
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