[Jokes] How to put an end to ant attacks (fwd)

Chris McKenna cmckenna at sucs.org
Mon Oct 11 20:06:55 BST 2004

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Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 20:52:35 -0500
From: Rob Hood
Subject: How to put an end to ant attacks

Ant Attacks

Application: Sprinkle Aardvarks liberally around ant nests and known ant
hang-outs (seedy ant-bars, and the like).

Pros: 100% Natural, little supervision required.

Cons: Once having consumed their fill of ants aardvarks tend to lose
motivation. Should they gain control of the TV remote they will waste entire
afternoons idly lounging on your furniture, flicking between game shows and
forgetting to close the fridge door when they've raided it for yet another



Application: Obtain a large pair of boots (hobnailed preferably), obtain a
friend and arm them with the boots. Apply boots vigorously to the ants.

Pros: Cheap, 100% natural, good course of exercise for boot operator.

Cons: Requires continual application, this necessitates the instilling of a
"Holy War Against Ants" attitude in your boot wielding friend. Show them
videos of "Them" and "The Hellstrom Chronicles".


Method C: NAPALM

Application: Low level saturation bombing runs by F-111's or similar
bomber military aircraft.

Pros: Immense emotional satisfaction, guaranteed ant genocide, visually

Cons: Low level saturation bombing runs tend to lower local property values.
Misses can instil ill-feeling in your neighbours should you incinerate
schools or houses.


Method D: TECHNO

Application: Arrange Net access for the ants, ensure that they subscribe to
Alt.Ant and Soc.Insect. Infiltrate these newsgroups and make frequent posts
along the lines of: "My pheromone operating system is better than yours",
"Evil drug companies are withholding antennae rot cures" and "Green Cards
for Worker Ants Spam" - encourage flamewars to erupt. After a few days ant
society will collapse in a sea of internecine warfare, ant neuroses and mass

Pros: Emotional satisfaction of toying with their little minds.

Cons: Expense and difficulty of obtaining thousands of teeny-tiny-terminals.


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