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Re: Zappers and Electrocuting scattered worms
 
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Re: Zappers and Electrocuting scattered worms


Point taken, but I have strong suspicions about what happens if they are left to themselves: old age and death, mostly, Alzheimer's disease, compulsive behavior, epilepsy, seizures, etc, etc. ............... just see: ......... http://flickr.com/photos/dariomanzoni/9343288/ ........ and in an elderly patient who did not notice any issues, who accidentally died in a car crash.. http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/bl_slideshow26.htm ......................... As far as I'm concerned, I don't regret taking my chances with what I was doing. Maybe it will increase my psychic powers or something. People get struck by lightning and often live to tell about it, with no seeming ill effects. I know many people would probably rather keep their worms; I've run into that attitude frequently lately, but my post is for those who have nothing to lose. IMO, having something clearly slithering down one's brainstem has a remarkable motivating effect, and, for me at least, provided a new sense of priority and direction. Nobody has been touching on this aspect of the scattering issue, even on this medically liberal forum.
 

 
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