Posted by sean on August 3, 2004 at 9:14 pm in Geek Stuff, Spiders with No Comments


Strange weather where I am at the moment. Hot and humid with a big thunder and lightening storm last night at 4am. Sleeping under a Velux window pointing directly at the sky, you do stupidly worry “What of lightening hit it?”. Well maybe just me.

I had troubles the following night as well when I saw a spider on my wall! It wasn’t a biggie (thank God) but it had to be disposed of. Standing well back, armed with a tin of hairspray before throwing a book at it (Terry Venables’ Football Heroes) to finish it off. I’m not one for killing animals, but spiders are evil. A friend of mine made it worse by sending me a link to a page with lots of nasty 8 legged creatures.

I can’t open the window for fear of spiders and its very warm, luckily I have a fan.

All these fears of being struck by lightening and attacked by spiders – I must be going mad.

Sorry the webcam has been down recently. No real excuse apart from the fact I have been disturbed by a friend of mine (the one who sent me the spider link) begging me to leave it on 24/7 so he can watch me sleep!

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