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  1. EFFmylife

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    I just wanted to get an idea of where you all are at. Of course I realize there are a lot of New Yorkers on here, but I wanted to get an idea of where you guys were.

    I'll start. I'm in New Mexico. Albuquerque to be exact.

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    I am in Long Island, NY. The village of Hempstead, to be exact. I am new on this site.

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    Thanks. Anyone else? Anyone out there in the Southwest? I refuse to think I am the only one in NM on here.

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    Brooklyn New York here : )

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    Cincinnati, Ohio...

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    I'm in Central Texas/Austin where they don't do thermal. : (

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    I live in Las Vegas, NV

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    Bay Area, CA

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    I live in New York State. Manhattan. Near Sutton Place. Deep inside a nightstand in a brownstone. Like a proper Manhattanite, I rarely come out to feed, instead ordering in from the menus that get slipped inside the drawer. Sometimes, I slip into my host's bag to go out fir a show, Lincoln Center, or the latest Woody Allen movie.

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    I live in Yonkers, New York (it's close to NYC for non-NYers).

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    Fort Collins, Colorado.

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    We live in Chicago, which I suspect has nearly the same magnitude of infestation as NYC. I just don't think the problem is as well publicized.

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    Buffalo NY. Burgeoning bedbug problem here.

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    Brooklyn, NY.

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    Denver, CO - girl of the wild west.

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    Michigan.

    They recently started becoming a real problem around here. So much so that the government site actually created a webpage for it.

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    Near Dallas, TX.

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    Another Cincinnati native here. It seems we may have the worst bb problem besides NYC here. My mother is fighting an infestation in her studio apartment in a very nice assisted living center. They say hers is the only case there, and we have no idea what initially started the infestation.

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    Columbus, OH. ---Upper Arlington area

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    fightbbs - 1 day ago  » 
    I'm in Central Texas/Austin where they don't do thermal. : (

    fightbb's - in the summer there that IS thermal. LOL.

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    A suburb of Philadelphia.

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    I'm in Michigan in as well...

    Devil_youknow, I saw that story yesterday on the news on WLNS about the state of MI's bedbug site...scary. Did you see it as well?

    Hope people read it and take it to heart.

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    Hmmm, Here there and everywhere, in the town where I was born, Penny Lane, across the universe, back in the USSR, on the hill, Nowhere , man!, an octopus garden, blue jay way or perhaps and heres another clue for you all, Strawberry fields, which is in NYC. Winston O. Buggy
    Hey what did you expect, sleep tight.

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    third cincinnati-ian here! just read that our stats are 1 in 6 homes are infested. EEEK! i totally should have seen this coming i suppose....wish i had taken some of the extra precautions before this started (not that it would have necessarily stopped it.....)

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    Another Brooklyn, NY-er.

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    Devil_youknow, I saw that story yesterday on the news on WLNS about the state of MI's bedbug site...scary. Did you see it as well?

    No I didn't, but you prompted me to look it up.

    For whoever wants to look at bugs, scratch themselves, get creeped out, and generally want to stay the hell out of Michigan, here's our site :

    Michigan Bed Bugs

    We're getting bad but I feel you New Yorkers, sounds pretty bad over there.

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    Jersey Shore, New Jersey

    (And nothing like the MTV Show)

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    Ottawa, Ontario

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    Denver Colorado

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    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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    North Jersey, here! Montclair to be exact. It used to be such a nice little town before the bed bugs moved in.

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    Born and raised in the Bay Area, San Jose, California to be more exact. Only seen one other peep from Cali on here so far... Maybe thats a good sign?!?!

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    Jacksonville FL. I know of several cases here now & BBs have been hitting the news in the past 2 years. Thermals occur daily here too, lol.

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    Cincinnati area

  35. Just use the easy button

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    <~~ Elmont, NEW YORK

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    This is nice to see where people you are chatting with daily are from!

    Hey to my NJ peeps!

    I have family in San Jose...hope it is indeed a good sign that not many san jose folks are on here.

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    Manhattan, where the Bloomberg Administration has fulfilled it's campaign promise of 'a bedbug in every home!'

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    pgw - 17 hours ago  » 
    Cincinnati area

    Does PG refer to a certain local pagan cult, excuse me, consumer products company? Can you guys make something that works?

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    CT - and KillerQueen doesn't come up here!

    No idea about the BB stats here, but hubby and I both work in NYC

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    <--- nyc

    @bugnut, plenty of bed bugs in CT by the way...

    I started and run the site but am "not an expert."
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    As my name suggests, southern California.

    Specifically Los Angeles County, but not the city of Los Angeles.

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    From the Boston area--I live right along the route Paul Revere rode on his fateful ride. The patriots fought to be free. Now we must fight to be free of bed bugs.

    I feel this blog, like Paul Revere, is getting the word out: "The bed bugs are coming; the bed bugs are coming." (Actually Paul Revere** didn't ** say "The British are coming." --- And for us, the bed bugs are already here.

    Look at all the places people are posting from, and the map nobugs once had of where we are from was amazing. Thanks again for this forum and blog. It keeps my sanity. We are not alone.

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    Some Bugs like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood.

    Hop a flight to Miami Beach or Hollywood.

    Im taking a greyhound on the hudson river line-

    Im in a Bed Bug state of mind.

    New York Baby!

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    Virginia

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    Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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    Brooklyyyyyyyyyyyyyn!!!

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    Tennessee... haven't seen anyone else on here from TN since I've been here, it's not as big a problem here (yet) as in other parts of the country... but it's definitely growing, especially in some of the tourist-y areas.

    parakeets, your post makes me laugh for some reason. but, it's very true. and I too am thankful for this website.

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    delaware

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    Another Alberta, Canada here

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    Yonkers, NY. Ratorja, we're neighbors!

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    This is fun!

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    Ottawa, ON... Oh Canada!

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    I live in the Pine Barrens of NJ (kinda near Atlantic City). Miles of ticks, mites, mosquitos and other hungry arthropods - I swear I can't step into a blade of grass without it attempting to bite me somehow!

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    Winnipeg, MB. That land of sparse bedbug fighting resources

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    brooklyn, again.

    i might ask if it's even possible to live in brooklyn and not have bedbugs? this is my second apartment with bedbugs in a row (and that's after two apts with mice. never thought i would say this, but i'd much prefer the mice!).

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    NewBlood - 44 minutes ago  » 
    I live in the Pine Barrens of NJ (kinda near Atlantic City). Miles of ticks, mites, mosquitos and other hungry arthropods - I swear I can't step into a blade of grass without it attempting to bite me somehow!

    LOL Reminds me of my yewt in Louisiana. Between the mosquitoes, sand/horse flies, chiggers, ticks, fire ants, and the meanest paper wasps on earth. Not to mention that damn poison ivy there was always something itchy, welty or bleeding..

    Jim

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    I'm another from Northern CA. East Bay Area.

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    Manchester, UK. Where all the bugs are hungry & the legislature oblivious.
    I believe we're quite a UK hotspot for ectoparastic adventures.

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    Pennsylvania - about an hour east of Pittsburgh - but I'm positive that we brought our bug problem home with us from vacation in Frisco North Carolina on the Outer Banks.

    Interestingly enough, while researching BBs, I found an article about infestations in Johnstown PA - a small community known for iron/coal/steel and it's devastating 1889 flood - about half an hour away from where I live. I always thought that BBs were large city problems. Silly me.

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    Brooklyn--when i had them. now i'm back in manhattan, where i also had had a brush with them in the east village, 3 years ago, but somehow miraculously, we found them and threw the bed away right away before either of us had experienced a bite!

    come to find out, that was indeed a miracle.

    I would love to know if those in cities other than NYC and Chicago were able to get rid of them? The whole bed bug experience has made me want to move away, but I'm afraid if i move to a smaller town, and i get them again, no one will know how to treat it!

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    I'm in Denver, Colorado,
    - first forum post and first bed bug experience. Even after 2 professional sprays (I paid for not the landlord) (2 weeks apart) I find more bites on me and then find the nasty critters bleeding out around my bed. Don't move to Denver it is getting to be one of the worst bed bug infested cities in the nation (4th), literally every apartment on CL is infested. Vacuuming my bed-frame, mattress, and washing my sheets daily is costly as well. What a mentally exhausting insect!!

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    Longmont, Colorado here

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    erlanger, kentucky. northern kentucky - cincinnati area.

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    Salem, Massachusetts. Just North of Boston. Halloween Town. I've lived here for 10 years and the Bed Bugs are the scariest thing I've seen yet...

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    Bay Ridge Brooklyn =(

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    Brooklyn, NY

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    I too was born and raised in the SF Bay area and live near Sacramento, CA.

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    Louisiana here.
    Whoever was in TX, sorry, to lazy to read back through the posts. I know you posted a few months ago, but there is a company (as nobugsonme said in another post) in tx that does the Thermal treatment. I think they go throughout TX, but are based in Austin. They also have 2 dogs, one in Austin one in San Antonio. The office manager wants me to find a BB first, hopefully if I do, they can help me out and bake the bugs and then sniff out if there are anymore. Look them up. I am not sure if I can post their name on here, so PM me if you want their name. She didn't say they wouldn't help, they become licensed here in Oct, so she said! Hoping not to find one, so maybe I don't have them, but want to know for sure! KWIM??

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    Baltimore, MD...big problem here

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    Brooklyn, NY - Prospect/Crown Heights. We've lived in this building for 10 years and had no problems until this year. No lie, once the neighborhood got gentrified, the bedbugs moved in.

    Three apartments on my floor are currently affected and I have no idea how many on the others. I've been wanting to move to the burbs since the birth of my kidlets and this is really giving us the incentive to get our act together once we get past this new hell.

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    (a suburb of) Seattle, Washington. Seattle has got it bad.

    As the bugs were spreading throughout one downtown Seattle Housing Authority residential tower, the SHA kept to a policy of denial and inactivity. An SHA employee was even quoted as saying something to the effect of "The tenants are lucky to be getting subsized housing in the first place - they shouldn't mind a few little bugs."

    Following the media furor over that quote - and the establishment of the bedbugs throughout every part of the building -the SHA now has a PCO on duty at the building 24/7. Plus the building has its very own bedbug-sniffing dog.

    It's cool to see responses from all over - it makes me feel so much less alone.

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    Manhattan, NYC . I haven't been confirmed with bedbugs, but the thought is so scary now that I'm totally paranoid. I get nervous even buying ziplock bags thinking the bag they put it in might have bbs. or maybe inside the box has bbs. Or somehow, the bbs will lay eggs on the ziplock bags that i'm going to use to put clean clothes in. My whole body just got the shivers thinking about it.

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    Also Manhattan--recently moved here, and I wonder if my newly developed bedbug neurosis is helping me fit in with the natives

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    Another Ohioan!

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