So I got back from the new Resident Evil movie a few nights ago (entertainingly cheesy ) and, since I live out in the middle of nowhere-Florida, I can see the stars at night. It was about 10:30 on a really clear night, so I just lied atop of my car for about an hour, gazing into the Milky Way. It was such a great experience, that I decided to check things out the next night as well. At about 11:30pm, I walked out onto my porch with all of the ligths off to see what was what with the sky - as I'm staring at the stars through my poolcage screen, I notice a huge dark spot about 2 inches from my face, upon a poolcage support. As I stared at it in the dark, I realized exactly what the fuck it was. To confirm my fears, I calmly walked to the porch light-switch just inside my house and turned on all of the lights. It was a fscking wolf-spider the size of a CD - I shit you not. I'm just happy that it wasn't a particularily aggresive/hungry one, because he took absolutely forever to die
My grandmother was once bitten by a brown recluse... she bruised in that area and then... nothing. I guess some people just have a higher constitution than others when it comes to these sorts of things
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.