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Old 06-10-2008, 10:18 AM   #1
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Anyone watch this show? It's on Discovery HD channel....

GAWD!! Roach infestations like that...Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww!! That's totally discusting!!! How can you live like that?

I'm not perfect and my house isn't spotless to say the least. I don't have pest problems and I pretty much keep things organized & clean. But this show has prompted me to clean things that I haven't cleaned in 10 years!!

My husband and I record the show regularly - and enjoy watching it although it's pretty damn discusting! I just can't imagine.

And that dog that sniffs out bed bugs and termites...pretty impressive!
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I saw a commercial for it yesterday. I couldn't help but notice the Tacoma and Tundra that showed up in the commercial as well.
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I saw a commercial for it yesterday. I couldn't help but notice the Tacoma and Tundra that showed up in the commercial as well.
Yes, I forgot to mention that! Duh...

Their work trucks are all tacomas! White Access cab 2nd generation taco's.

The head isotech guy drives a new Tundra.

Gotta wonder if the show isn't sponsored by Toyota....
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watch it weekly!!

Damm some people are nasty!!!


LOve the show


http://dsc.discovery.com/video/index...eId=1599080312
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Yes, I forgot to mention that! Duh...

Their work trucks are all tacomas! White Access cab 2nd generation taco's.

The head isotech guy drives a new Tundra.

Gotta wonder if the show isn't sponsored by Toyota....
they also have a couple DC white tacos as well. i watch it at work every week...it does frequently make my skin crawl. not to mention that on dirty jobs last night right before it, mike cut the balls off a horse...not cool at all
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:16 PM   #6
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mike cut the balls off a horse...not cool at all
He got squirted in the face, then got to use the immasculator!
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Old 06-11-2008, 05:19 AM   #7
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I've seen the advertisements, but have yet to watch it. My DVR is filled with too many "How its made" & "Unwrapped".

Love the Discovery Channel!

I agree with you on how in the world does it get to that point of infestation??
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Great show..... some people are just nasty! I have seen 2 and both have roaches all over kids rooms or kids stuff, somebody should slap those parents!
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Old 06-11-2008, 08:54 AM   #9
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I get mosquitos inside the house sometimes, but I think that it's from my wife opening the front door and standing there like her "servants" are supposed to come running. We had a couple of mice living in the basement when we moved in, the previous owner left out that little detail, but the cats made short work of them.
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Almost forgot. When we bought the house, the aforementioned previous owner didn't disclose the fact that there was a carpenter ant infestation.

Man oh man, THAT was an adventure! Those little bastards were everywhere. Home paramount eventually had to drill holes in the walls and floors to treat them. Because of that, to this day they treat our house every three weeks.
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We do have alot of ants in our yard. And spiders, big ones. I hate spiders.

I scream like a little girl when I find one in the house. My wife's got to get rid of them.

Her's a crappy cell phone pic of one of the smaller ones:

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that's the kind of show that I would rather receive in low definition.
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Almost forgot. When we bought the house, the aforementioned previous owner didn't disclose the fact that there was a carpenter ant infestation.

Man oh man, THAT was an adventure! Those little bastards were everywhere. Home paramount eventually had to drill holes in the walls and floors to treat them. Because of that, to this day they treat our house every three weeks.
the house we bought had termites. Almost every house in New Orleans has had termites, but it is annoying that those little things have destroyed a few of our sill beams.
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the house we bought had termites. Almost every house in New Orleans has had termites, but it is annoying that those little things have destroyed a few of our sill beams.
I've been lucky with not having any termites. Maybe the carpenter ants eat them.
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And spiders, big ones. I hate spiders.
My last house was like that. (By a river & in the woods = Breeding Ground for Super-sized mutant spiders!) Gave me the heebie geebies. Thank god I sold that place though now the smaller ones don't bother me at all
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Our family room is on a slab and we used to have tiny ants in the family room - which we assumed were coming from the back door with a poor seal. The door was replaced and I spray around the outside perimeter of the family room in case they're coming up from the edges of the carpet. I rarely seem 'em anymore (thank gawd). Other than that.... I see silverfish from time to time upstairs (two story home). I swear, they gotta be coming in from the drains (sink,tub, etc). I see 'em in the bathtub and they can't crawl out. Some small spiders that build their webs on our ceilings and walls & such. And not often, but those thousand-leggers come out once in a while.

I don't have a problem with insects.... as long as they're not in my bed when I'm sleeping, not crawling on me, or in mass quantities.
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My last house was like that. (By a river & in the woods = Breeding Ground for Super-sized mutant spiders!) Gave me the heebie geebies. Thank god I sold that place though now the smaller ones don't bother me at all
Yes, living in the woods enables you to see all sorts of critters that them city folk's never heard of.

I live pretty close to a river, and the perimeter of my yard becomes a stream draining to the river when it rains.
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We do have alot of ants in our yard. And spiders, big ones. I hate spiders.

I scream like a little girl when I find one in the house. My wife's got to get rid of them.
X2........I can't stand those 8 legged Fu_kers!
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We do have alot of ants in our yard. And spiders, big ones. I hate spiders.

I scream like a little girl when I find one in the house. My wife's got to get rid of them.

Her's a crappy cell phone pic of one of the smaller ones:


Thats one big ass spider! How do you kill that, run it over with your truck or shoot it?
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I shoot big brown spiders in my basement with an airsoft gun.
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