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Re: Slugs

In a message dated 2/6/00 5:36:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, RonnieEA@aol.com 

<<  I like to take the little suckers and 
 squeeze them between my thumb and forefinger until they "pop".... >>

Ronnie, you and I are not talking about the same creature.  I wouldn't touch 
one of these things for any amount of money.  Last year I was weeding some 
pots and touched one that was about four inches long, I would rather touch a 
snake, any snake!  I carried it out to the middle of the street, threw it 
down in the middle of the road and said "die sucker!"  Fortunately, none of 
my neighbors saw me as they already think that I am nuts.  Narda
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