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June 26th  2011    Tim Candler

    I have found that when I pretend to be a Japanese Beetle I have considerably more success at catching the little buggers.   If I show emotion or if I am disparaging or if I am in anyway infused by a sense of godliness, they slip and buzz around in a teasing and superior manner.

     The secret is to imagine my hand pulled by enticement and jealousy.  It does help to make the sound of  fingernails on sandpaper.  A little rasping noise to set tone.  Then as the hand comes in to land it should circle its victim, clumsily at first.

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