Pluggers by Rick McKee for June 21, 2023

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    Gent  11 months ago

    Them maniacal mosquitoes is utterly unbearable.

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    Interventor12  11 months ago

    Soon, the lightning bugs will begin their show. The tree frogs and crickets, their music. Perhaps, a tenor. If, a heron hasn’t eaten him. I’ll light up a nice stogie with a glass of amber liquid to quelch my thirst. Mosquitoes hate cigar smoke.

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    Zykoic  11 months ago

    That’s funny and true!

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    DennisRogers  11 months ago

    Not only during the summer

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    fuzzbucket Premium Member 11 months ago

    And the dead spots from macro degeneration.

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    juicebruce  11 months ago

    For me it’s just the mosquitoes …

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    Hogryder  11 months ago

    YES!!! And I thought it was only me having this experience.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member 11 months ago

    yeah, it’s comforting

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    chris_o42  11 months ago

    Truth! I never know if it’s floaters or gnats.

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    david_42  11 months ago

    At least we can’t hear the constant buzzing anymore.

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    ladykat  11 months ago

    The mosquitoes land on your arm and suck your blood. The floaters don’t.

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    jr1234  11 months ago

    No they don’t.

    This is not true.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  11 months ago

    Most Pluggers ain’t familiar with flitting.

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    KEA  11 months ago

    I have more trouble distinguishing floaters from gnats.

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    mistercatworks  11 months ago

    Floaters don’t itch. :)

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 11 months ago

    Or fruit flies. I was getting a lot of fruit flies until my elderly neighbor moved away a few years ago. I was wondering where they were from until I saw some flying into the hallway from his open door. :(( poor guy. A jar of red vinegar with a few holes in the cover for them to go in but they don’t go back out. I thought I was seeing them again until I learned about the floaters.

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    eddi-TBH  11 months ago

    I put Post-Its on all my floaters so I don’t make that mistake. I was surprised to find they came in nanometer sizes.

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    Templo S.U.D.  11 months ago

    shoo, mosquito, don’t bother me

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    mafastore  11 months ago

    When I am bored I look back and forth from side to side and watch the floaters seem to move from side to side for fun.

    The two bigger ones look like things – the one on the left looks like a backwards cents sign and the one on the right looks like a break in glass.

    I have had them for several years. Husband cannot understand the concept – except the other day he said to me that he thinks he might have some. He has Diabetic problems with his eyes (and has surgery) so he is not sure if what he sees is new or not.

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