- Mar 21, 2005
I think I've addressed that several times and I don't think most people had a problem with my explanation. Just because it's not pleasant doesn't mean it's not good and just because it's not good doesn't mean it's not pleasant. I even cited examples of things that were terribly uncomfortable and, in fact, horribly painful but were necessary for survival. It's not just my opinion that discomfort does not equal bad, it's well documented fact. Your assertion that a spider doesn't like it therefore it must be bad isn't refuted by that idea, but you must admit that the possibility exists for it to be true.In essence, you missed the point of my entire rebuttal.
I'll make it as simple as possible - based on negative physical response, tarantulas appear to dislike being sprayed with water, therefore, avoid spraying them with water.