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Still I always ask him for new stories about bugs, and spiders, and things with stingers.  I have a morbid fascination with information of this sort, which he always indulges.  I remember Uncle Johnny explaining that it was important that after being bit by a Brown Recluse to make sure you found both spiders.  In case you didn’t know, Johnny explained, “The problem with Brown Recluses is that they travel in pairs.  So even if you smash one, the other will take over the same process the following night.  These spiders, they treat their victims like any other insect caught in their web, only their web is your bed, so they assume that with enough bites, you’ll eventually liquefy enough to eat.”

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