If they are in my house I have no problem. Outside I let most of them live. One exception would be mosquitos. I hve yet to see where they actually serve a purpose in the eco system. All they seem to do is spread disease.
My wife thinks it is funny that I usually catch the bug and put it outside. However, bugs that want to bite me or my product are DEAD. And my wife also rthinks it is funny that I "relocate" snails abnd rattklesnakes.
Can't really feel bad about something I don't do
Nope, all part of a healthy dragon breakfast.
Do they feel bad when they bite me? I suppose not.
Dear Roy Roy,
I typically don't kill anything...I take it outside and wish it a good journey and a LONG one...
Exception is a bug/animal that might be harmful or deadly, and there are people around, and there is no good way to "relocate" it. (Thanks for the term, KB Baldwin!)
And then I do regret the killing, … Read more
If in my house and they crawl or fly dead.
No problem at all.
Outside that's their house I move on.
some things. I never kill spiders. I just put them outside. (a couple days ago, there was a giant moth flying around on the bus so i caught it and threw it out the window.)
Depends on what they are. I put talcum powder just outside the front door step, insects with external skeletons will try to avoid this. I use cinnamon powder because spiders don't like the smell. I don't like flies in the house because they probably settle on my neighbours dog mess in the garden, however they … Read more
There is no real evidence for early hominids anywhere else in the world apart from Africa and Asia. Java man and Peking man (both forms of both forms of Homo Erectus) support the "out of Africa" theory.
Of course "no evidence" means exactly that. The fact that there is no evidence does not mean that … Read more