- Jan 30, 2010
Nice overview.Australia is infamous for its deadly snakes, spiders and sea creatures. One of the most notoriously dangerous is the redback spider, Latrodectus hasselti, which is similar to the widow spiders found in the United States and worldwide. What makes these creatures so feared is a combination of their potent venom and their preference for living near people.
When the redback venom enters the body, it produces a range of effects collectively referred to as “latrodectism”. Typically this includes severe and escalating pain that emanates and progresses from the bite site, swelling and localised sweating. Nausea, vomiting, headaches, abdominal or chest pain, generalised sweating and increased blood pressure indicate a severe bite. Symptoms of latrodectism usually last for 24 to 48 hours, but can persist for weeks in some cases.
Go listen to the Shaun Attwood podcasts pertaining to Epsteins death.Epstein had the original painting in his mansion
it's called the monopoly on violenceonly differences between gov and the mafia is govs superior firepower
Ha, yeah no point stressing about things we can't control.it's called the monopoly on violence
and that ain't a conspiracy, it's been a studied subject for centuries
all the apparently sudden and escalating social and political turmoil that you and most Westerners are shockingly seeing and/or experiencing is neither new or surprising
those who don't learn history are doomed to repeat it such and such the saying goes, every single empire have fallen and so will ours, conformity is the elixir that makes us forget
xpy don't sweat it bro or it will really wreck your mental state, xpy we're doomed and everything will be fine