by nobugsonme on August 8, 2007 · 5 comments
in bed bugs, photos, photos of bed bug eggs, photos of bed bug feces, photos of bed bugs
Close up of single female bug on mattress. She is upside down and eggs are below her head and elsewhere.
To see even more close up: click photo, then “all sizes” then “large.”
hi my name is tamarack apartments we have bed bugs in every building we don’t like to fix this for our guest so don’t move here we have many movers because of this issuse we dont fix we havea move in special to try to get more people to infest their home and their belongings oour management staff is very lazy we like to sit and eat with the bed bugs we don’t care about our guest well thanks come check us out when you want to be infested with our BEST friends
tony and jodi from your tamarack crew
You sound like a disgruntled tenant. I’d love to hear some of your experiences in this building.
Why not write another comment as “yourself”?
You need not give your real name, or real email address. You can use a nickname. But it would be best to hear your real point of view rather than an ironic point of view of your management company.
The nice thing about this site is we can be ourselves without giving up our anonymity. 🙂
God she looks like a cockroach. I just want to set her on fire.
i was talking to my cousin earlier on the phone, filling her in on some of the gory details of my new super awesome life w/BBs, and when she asked if there was anything she could do for me, I said if she could just make me laugh I’d be pretty happy. I needed a laugh today, and your comment did the trick perfectly- thanx for the comic relief. It never occurred to me that one day i’d find myself in a position to appreciate bed bug humor, but here i am…
oh yeah, anyone know the answer to this, speaking of fire…
It was hotter than a mother today in the D (detroit), and instead of heading downtown to celebrate all the haps (not the stanley cup parade, which i could care less about, but the Detroit Festival of the Arts is on, & it’s the shizz), i spent my afternoon laundering clothes & escorting our PCO guy through the house on a ‘follow-up’ visit, forking over another $40 to have him say, “well, looks like the problem’s almost gone.” Then I paranoidly check the vacated bedrooms & find & kill like 6 babies. AAAAAAH! So anyways my question is: when i brought my clothes to my car, i noticed it had to be way hotter in there baking in the sun than the 92F it was outside. Is there a chance that any BBs that may have been living in there (which i suspect) would have been killed from the intense heat? Anyone know how much hotter cars can get inside on a hot sunny day? i know it’s enough to kill a neglected dog if someone doesn’t crack a window…
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