The slowest sling ever.

conipto

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Well, after a five day journey, this little B. vagans finally made it to my house. When I unpacked it it didn't give a crap what I did with the tweezers. Finally, after a bored 2 minutes of prodding, it decided it wanted to move. Seems healthy, despite it's slow speed.

Bill
 

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RugbyDave

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nice sling man!

good luck rearing that!

I cant figure out what part of your body that is? is it your wrist?

pce
dave
 

invadermike

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Very nice sling, it might just be stressed from the long trip, i'm sure it will be fine, or maybe it's just a slow sling. Well good luck with it, and i think it's on his finger... The curves look like finger ones, not wrists, but im probably worng.
Mike
 

RugbyDave

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youd actuallybe surprised at how much 'curve' is on someones wrist!

we just had to do our second autopsy, and we were looking for any kind of trauma on the hands in the S.E.Micro... tons of curves :)

I can't tell the size of the sling. I mean, i can in my head, since i have one that has the same colours on it, so it should be around the same size, but...

anyways
peace
dave
 

conipto

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Uh, yeah.. that's my finger.. after two washes with gojo, and dial to get the orange smell out. I'm a mechanic.. my hands are always stained.

Bill
 

RugbyDave

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hey,

i'm not wierd or anything, i just couldnt figure out where it was!

thanks
peace
dave
 

skadiwolf

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lol.

don't believe dave, he is TOTALLY weird. ;)

congrats on the new sling dude, a beauty!
 

RugbyDave

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riiight, I'm the wierd one here? I think we're all a bit off since we spend (literally) thousands and thousands of dollars a year on animals that most people take-to-their-shoe with, huh :) =D joshing, of course, but have you ever really thought about how much money we all must spend a year. :)

seriously though, thats a really hot sling!
its a great species too!

peace
dave
 

Ultimate Instar

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Ha, imo, the rest of the world are idiots for not appreciating our spiders. They've been around for 390 million years (at least) and were among the first land animals. They have extraordinary evolutionary adaptations (say that 5 times fast).
And I don't spend too much money on them. I really need those Ts that I just ordered from Art Cerda. I'm not an addict or anything like that. I can stop at any time. Really... :D

Karen N.
 

skadiwolf

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yeah, i agree. well, that just leaves more for the rest of us to enjoy! :D

i know that i've spent a lot more money on books than animals, but that's probably because i don't have the room to get as many animals. lol.
 
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