September 09, 2006
What do 20,000 flies look like?
According to the catalog copy for the device pictured above, you can find out in the privacy of your own yard or home.
From the website:
- Flies-Be-Gone Fly Trap
Easy to use, economical, and effective for up to 4 weeks, over an area half the size of a football field!
Just hang it up, indoors or out, wherever flies are a problem, and watch it go to work!
Attracts and traps up to 20,000 flies with totally non-toxic bait (included).
Works on house and yard flies, even fruit flies.
Maintenance-free and biodegradable.
Simply throw it out when full.
8" diam. x 10" high.
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Flies are the most numerous pollinators on this mudball... It's a "good" thing they are numerous.
I'd rather nix mosquitos.
Posted by: Hugo | Sep 11, 2006 12:14:17 PM
Some day in the very far distant future, some kid is going to pick up this plastic container full of long dead fossilized flies and get REALLY freaked out. (what is it? some kind of snack?)
Posted by: IB | Sep 9, 2006 11:51:43 PM
I never understood the old "You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar." (Is it vinegar? Something like that. Or ammonia, or pickles.) I usually say, well, you could probably catch even more flies with shit, but who the hell wants flies?
Posted by: Flautist | Sep 9, 2006 3:52:21 PM
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