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    Rado Control Roach

    Found this on the news today. This dude goes into place where a dog can't. Sends back info on folks that are buried in earthquakes. I wonder if we could put one of these guys in the cockpit of a plane.
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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Crank is always good for a off the beaten path post. Maybe that roach would have helped me find a 50cc size plane I lost a couple of months ago.......
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    RE: Rado Control Roach


    David - First I heard about that. Was it a fly away, or go down in a forest? Few years ago in Miami, a guys large Extra went in, and looked like it was only 800 - 1000 ft. away. Never found it, he had his buddy's slow flying J-3 looking, then a chopper. It should have been a simple find, everyone had sight on it.

    I hear, and could probably find where the CIA has some kind of mini-helicopters, they can go right in someones house if window is open, and look around. Area 54 has flying saucers, so anything is possible. I think the next major skirmish we have, where things get serious, we are going to see some real stuff, as amazing as the Stealth planes were at the Gulf war.

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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Vince, I was flying on private property. Lost control over a hilly forest, never found it.
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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Someone posted this link over on the other forum:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i-_1QdY2Zc

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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Ah nuts! It's the wrong kind of roach.
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    I want to go peacefully in my sleep like Grand Pa...... Not screaming like the passengers in his plane

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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Mike - Got Prarie Dogs down there?
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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    had 'em out west. Since I moved off the prairie north Texas, now have fire ants. Nasty little critters!
    Tejas Mic
    I want to go peacefully in my sleep like Grand Pa...... Not screaming like the passengers in his plane

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    RE: Rado Control Roach

    Here is a Fire Ant. You can see its head, it has choppers. We have 'em too, I use a service, has to spray about every 30 months. More active in wet weather. To have some fun with ants, just go to a pile of them, take a cup of that pile of ants, put it on a pile of ants about 10 or 20' away. They will destroy each other, it is total war.

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