Juicy mosquitoes in October
Thursday 23rd October 2008
On 26th October 2008, at 00:06am PKST, Josh said:
interesting to see your post. For the last 4 years at least Ive noticed a sudden surge in mosquito activity in Oct. Maybe I'd just been lucky enough to have lived in a better sealed home til that point, but in the recent past I, and a number of my freinds have been under seige. 3 years ago i was in Astoria NY when waking up late at night to buzzing in my ear and welts on my body was such a common occurence that i took to spraying myself with insect repellent before going to sleep. Then I moved up to Harlem, and the attacks continued. Freinds of mine throughout NYC in multiple boroughs have complained of late night attacks recently, and just the other night in Brooklyn I awoke to multiple bite attacks.
I must admit I take great satisfaction in tracking the bloodsuckers down. Im not all that violent a person, but Ive discovered that a mosquito takes no quarter and asks no quarter be given. If i let them live they come back and slowly drain me.
which is unnaceptable
On 26th October 2008, at 12:03pm PKST, Atif said:
Nice write up. lol@ Josh comment.
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