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"My killer spider nightmare problems gets worse. Our garden is fully infested with Redback spiders, these spiders are close cousins to Black Widow spiders.

On Halloween this year I was not hunting down scary clowns, I was after lots of Redback Spiders. I made a special tool to help capture the spiders that are living in the garden. It proved to be very effective. To totally clear the area Mr Flamethrower is used, nothing survives the flamethrower. This is the second major spider infestation area in our backyard, The first was around the childrens Tonka toys. Little did I know there are many more to be cleared.

The captured Redback Spiders are added to my killer spider home so all these female spiders will get to know each other really well. The one male Redback spider now has a huge number of females to please. If he doesn't he will just become their next meal."

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Australia tourism innuendo This Australian Tourism Campaign Wants to 'C U in the NT'
Via: cuinthent
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Ah, Australia's Northern Territory. Looks beautiful, doesn't it?


via @cuinnt

This new slogan is... interesting. It really looks like it says something different to the untrained eye. 


via ntofficial

This campaign comes from an independent group hoping to bolster tourism in the northern part of Australia. Their about page says this:

Whether you're young or old there's so much to see and do in the NT! Experience the unique Northern Territory in Australia's top end for an unforgettable experience. Tell your friends CU in the NT!

via ntofficial

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Whilst out on a charter with one of our regular customers Steve, this big beast turned up & wouldn't leave us alone. He nearly took a chunk out of my Yamaha motors, leaving a few small dents & scratches. Estimated 5.5 meters & of breeding size, showing battle scars on her back & tail most likely inflicted from mating rituals. Spring heading into Summer is acknowledged as pupping & Bass Strait is considered the pumping ground for the eastern seaboard population. This shark looks to be on the verge of dropping her bundles of joy very soon...

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