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Sep 7th 2011 5:14PM I have found two things that work for Palmetto bugs. Regular indoor bug spray works amazing ly well if you hit the Palmetto bug with it. Palmetto bugs that walk over the dried insecticide are immune. The second thing is any roach spray, again hitting the Palmetto bug directly with it. Since the indoor spray is safer I would recommend that. We have only the occasional Palmetto bug, so we don't worry about year round protection. Usually they come in when the outside temperature drops below 20 degrees, which is very rare in South Carolina and probably rarer still in FLorida.
As for roaches, we had a rental house that the tenants had allowed to be overrun by roaches. We had an exterminator in and he sprayed his chemicals and drove all of the roaches out of the house and throughout the neighborhood. It took three trips to rid the house of roaches, but they can be beaten.
Apr 6th 2010 2:59AM It seems to me that the author of the article has a different agenda than the working press at the conference with Tiger. While I don't condone Tiger's choices, I also can't imagine why he would owe any of the women an apology, or the public at large for that matter. It simply isn't any of our businese, and while there may be those among us who feel it is, there is no justification for that position.
Feb 25th 2010 2:15PM Consider the possibility that the pills were counterfeit. They may also have been a quality problem. Unfortunately, whoever you spoke with wasn't trained to get the sample back from you for further analysis, apparently taking the complaint in stride. If you still have the pills, it might be worth another call.
Dec 30th 2009 2:51PM Dr Pepper is distributed by Coke and Pepsi independent distributors, as well as Canada Dry and third party distributors. The company manufactures about half of their product, which is Dr Pepper and Snapple. Basically they don't do enough business to justify maintaining their own distribution channel, opting instead to "piggyback" on other trucks going into the marketplace.
Dec 30th 2009 2:43PM Your misuse of the English actually gets you to the correct place in your first sentence. Next time make a stop at the dictionary before wasting people's tim with your posting drivel. The second sentence is nothing more than spin, since the reasons for the significant outlays were because of Bush's policies along with his gang of four over their eight year tenure.
Nov 13th 2009 10:03AM All these people getting sick and making unsubstantiated product quality claims. Maybe its the flu season for wannabe food inspectors.
Nov 13th 2009 9:58AM Subway has been testing breakfast for over 18 months near where I live. The food was good an reasonably priced. The biggest problem was that they didn't open until 8 a.m. so it was difficult to get breakfast before work on most days. Overall, I would say that it is a welcome addition to the fast food breakfast lineups.
As for those who take exception to Subway's business model (and therefore ingrediants, ambiance, location and quality), I would suggest that they are there to accept or reject based on personal preference and no one really cares about your subjective opinion. Got something to say that doesn't involve an adverb or unqualified terms like "worst", we welcome your information. Its your opinion that cheapens the value of these posts.
Oct 19th 2009 8:02PM Do what we did. We still refer to Ronald Reagan National Airport as National, Thurgood Marshall Baltimore-Washington International as B-W-I or Bee-Wee. Let them change the names. If the people don't use them, the name change is meaningless.
Aug 13th 2009 2:12PM Just another doctor who thinks he is smarter than everyone else. I wonder if he still, practices medicine or if his arrogance forced him to leave his practice in favor of media sniping to assuage his ego and allow him to confront the parents of the children he is exploiting. He hadn't heard from the Obamas themselves is so lame as to be a joke.
Aug 12th 2009 5:39AM Thanks for taking the time to share such an insightful observation. Your comments restored my faith in the ability of the American public to read an article, digest the information and develop an informed opinion about the subject. Keep up the good work.