We've got a good inspection system in Arizona managing products that come from other parts of the county that could carry insects that could become problematic.
We cannot support the killing of the unborn and then receive into our bodies the One who condemned the killing of the innocent.
Stuff has to get updated all the time.
Maybe they'll take off if everything is just right. Most of the time, they don't ... We've been lucky because in Arizona our climatic conditions, our soils are so different and so extreme that not many things that are tropical are going to be able to survive here.
And then people got all excited. Why was it there
It could always happen. I'm just not going to get in a panic about it ... We can teach people how to overcome what otherwise becomes fear and paranoia of the bugs.
People have no tolerance. They think all bugs are bad. It's the American way. If you don't like something, kill it.
Of course, you may not realize that Dan Brown's novel is a bigoted, skewed, and dogmatically anti-Christian if you went by what they mainstream media say about it.
Free thinkers and libertines who once believed that marriage was boring and humdrum now think it is the most exciting thing in the world - as long as it's Jesus marrying Mary Magdalene.
They can call or e-mail, too (621-5925 or bugmanag.arizona.edu), but I'd rather see the bug.
If you must get rid of a roach, use mechanical control.
Superficial similarities exist between Christianity and some ancient pagan religions. But careful study reveals that there are far more dissimilarities.
Becoming Catholic involves entering into a relationship with the Catholic Church.
Apparently God takes reception of Holy Communion seriously. Apparently some things are more sacred than politics. Apparently it's all or nothing when it comes to being Catholic.
For anyone who has any doubts about or animosity toward the Catholic Church, Brown's book plays on these very well. This thing pushes buttons on an incredible level.
Most of the time, it's probably not a bug bite. I blame the plants, which makes my botanist friends mad.
When asked for the main reasons I became Catholic seven years ago, I provide two the Eucharist and the authority of the Church.