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Actually Penn...lol...that might could backfire..hehe...roaches have pheromones. I would imagine you could be spreading roach pheromones which would actually attract them..not repell them. And even if pheromones were not present..roaches eat almost anything...including each other..so if not pheromones then certainly bait.
I remember a "homopathy type" cure for cockroaches that came from a great Magician. You catch the roaches and boil some of them in water to get that "essence of roach" into something that you can spray on. The resulting spray is supposed to make the roaches leave your property never to be back again.
Maybe the human thinking here is that even roaches don't want to live in a graveyard.
Thanks also for linking to the page for Gulli-Go, the all-natural super-homeopathic gullibility remedy. (Yes, it's a product of the Super-Homeopathic Institute of Technology.)
People might get a chuckle out of the description of super-homeopathy:
"...we dilute the original substance with purified water until there is nothing of it left but the all-important "memory" in the water. Then ... we dilute the resulting preparation with good, clean air until there is ... only the far more powerful memory of the memoried water in the air. That memoried air is then carefully captured in gelatin capsules..."
Speak for yourself Ruth..I personally witnessed my grandfather spend 100's of thousands of dollars on my grandmother to get imaginary illnesses checked out by specialists when any doctor worth his weight would have recognized that she wasn't sick...and I did not say ALL specialists or all doctors either..as I myself go to doctors...but I am talking about the ones my grandmother went to...and they should know better or they shouldn't be doctors..all they had to do was refer her to a psychiatrist and/or refuse to treat her to "cover their ass" that's a stupid feckin copout if I ever heard one. Hey...and con-artists are human too LMAO
Don't put medical referrals to specialists into the same category as homeopathy. Even if a few patients are a bit obsessive about their health problems and a few GPs give them referrals, that doesn't make all specialists con artists. Some GPs are probably just covering themselves against malpractice suits in the case that the patient turns out to have a serious problem. Or to get them out of their hair. GPs are human too.
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