WTF Picture of the Day

Dinin, Entri, Garove? Drayer, rang, and a smoker detector? Better not smoke in the house! :smiley:

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The new EPA approved version:

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Protect your employees/students from the effects of second hand cigarette smoke. Don’t waste time walking the halls or checking each bathroom…allow the Stealth Smoking Enforcement System to monitor and inform you …

Cigarette Smoke Detector can be used alone or equipped for wired, wireless, or Wi-Fi notification

Pretty cool termite sculpture

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Looks like it is time for a treatment!

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Sewer scope from a few days ago, and yep, that’s the scope line in the picture.

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Hahahaha! Garove! I love it!

Double wide installed over a basement with the dryer just vented through the floor.

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I had a Realtor tell me that it was no big deal having the sensors up there and I replied “if it was you buying the house I would let it slide”

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Not a handrail in sight!

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The tenant says they don’t have a pet (in a no pet building):

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Anyone else in MN or nearby states seeing a fly invasion? How about you @jjonas ?

This was my porch this morning. This has been going on for a week or two but it has really ramped up the last few days. Tens of thousands of flies, mostly on the southern (warmer) sides of the house. Sign of the Apocalypse?

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Or a bad septic field :poop:

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Or I didn’t bury the bodies deep enough. :wink: :innocent:

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Something happened somewhere that tons of larvae became adults.
It can be only 4 days or so to happen.
My guess is there’s farmland within a few miles. Could also be natural compost in the woods.
Then you get strong winds & they are “relocated”.
All the stars have to align just right.
Congratulations!

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Kidding aside, we usually get hit with Lady Bugs this time of year and it looks very similar.

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I knew someone would point that out, lol. It just drains into rocks 4 feet out from the foundation. We just have the gutter section there to help keep the rain/ice off the porch steps.

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Those are those Asian beetles. Ladybugs aren’t the problem. I don’t miss that living in the Midwest at all. They crawl underneath your clothes and bite. I’ve seen thousands of them take over a basement.

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I pity the inspector that inspects my house…SOLD AS IS!!! :wink: :shushing_face:

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