Sunday, October 28, 2007

BUG-EYED BUT NOT A MONSTER



Here at TSG, we're always happy to encounter specimens like this. Thanks to some observant neighbors, I made the acquaintance of this magnificent animal. I snapped a few pix, and relocated her to a less feline-accessible locale. This was the second insect incident of the hour: 25 minutes earlier, I found a bunch of dying bugs atop my car. The other cars parked near me had no bugs on their roofs, just mine. There were 20 or 30 rice-grain-sized insects, legs up. Again, there were NO bugs on any of the cars that I had parked next to an hour earlier. Cue the eerie music, page Mulder and Scully.

The Truth--it may be out there, but what is it? IMWTK.

1 comment:

Parm said...

Cool critter indeed. We eyeball an excellent specimen here about every third year or so. Ours are much greener looking than this one, though. Perhaps this one is sporting Fall colors?

As for your vehicle having become the secret insect burial grounds . . . that is a job for Tarzan of the Insects!