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Raid versus the Bug
Tim LeClair   28 Jun 2016 / updated: 16/Jan/2019

When it rains outside, the palmetto bugs come running inside and my wife goes on the attack. She grabs that can of Raid bug spray, originally sprang everything in sight. After much conversation and convincing which of the two were more dangerous, she has restricted her activity to the doorsills where the bugs sneak through.

I want to explain something clearly the original caveman diet, or the REAL Paleo diet, one of the main delicatessens were bugs such as grubs and palmetto bugs and cockroaches. Yep, when the caveman needed a snack, they would look under a rock or fallen tree limb and find himself a tasty morsel. The truth is that there are actually cockroach eating contest where contestants eat as much as a bucket of live cockroaches or crickets.

Now let us talk about bug spray including RAID by the famous Johnson and Johnson (the same one that has asbestos in the baby powder). For some reason Johnson and Johnson claim their product to be overall safe with little overexposure hazards and not known chronic exposure hazards listed on MSDS or on the Internet. Common ailments of bug spray poisoning include breathing difficulty, coughing, loss of alertness (stupor), from the blood oxygen level being out of balance, tremors (if a large amount is swallowed), seizures (if a large amount is swallowed), upset stomach, and vomiting.

According to the bug spray commercials, cockroaches are the vilest and a hazardous bio weapon to be found in a person’s home. Shoot, I am even a bit afraid to touch them nasty critters (I am so Johnson and Johnson brain washed)! Actually, the truth is the poison is really the poison and the bug is part of the food chain. Just give it a good cleaning before you eat it.

The winner of a roach-eating contest in South Florida died shortly after downing dozens of the live bugs as well as worms. Actually it was dozens of dozens (a bucket) of roaches and worms and all the other contestants in close competition remained healthy other than suffering a full tummy.

Let us talk about People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). PETA put out an article “Be Kind to Cockroaches” and protests places that hold these contests. Does that sound stupid? I would suspect Johnson and Johnson and other bug poison companies are donating to PETA to protect their marketing partners (bugs) by preventing people from seeing a person eat those claimed vile pests (or else people might use less poison around their home (their product)). We live in a world of taught fear so we buy their products of savior.

Use caution on how you use pesticides, especially if you have young children that may wander where you spray them.

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