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My God, It's Full of St...Spiders

Angua1 says...

It's the reflection of light off the back of their eyes. When I walk the dogs or run early in the morning I wear a cap with led lights on the brim - exactly the right spot for this kind of reflection to shoot back so I can see it - different angle than if I was holding a flashlight. Anyway, with this light I noticed the reflection off deer eyes is greenish, more muted with rabbits, very bright with raccoons and foxes. And then one day I thought i noticed some bright tin foil or something sparkly on the ground - nope spider eyeballs! In the fall the sparkles on the ground are amazing. I highly recommend experimenting with using a led flashlight in the fall. It's very cool to find critters, including spiders, this way.

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Angua1 says...

>> ^ant:

But humans don't eat each other in wars.
<div><div style="margin: 10px; overflow: auto; width: 80%; float: left; position: relative;" class="convoPiece"> raverman said:<img style="margin: 4px 10px 10px; float: left; width: 40px;" src="" onerror="ph(this)"><div style="position: absolute; margin-left: 52px; padding-top: 1px; font-size: 10px;" class="commentarrow">◄</div><div style="padding: 8px; margin-left: 60px; margin-top: 2px; min-height: 30px;" class="nestedComment box">"give peace a chance"
Sorry, can't. Biological Primate Imperative.

Yes they do. But maybe you're being sarcastic.

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Angua1 says...

I think learning to run barefoot as a kid probably helps a lot of those African runners with technique.

I switched to barefoot running recently. I'm working on building up the callouses on my skin and do small distances with no shoes at all. Feels great, even in the street. I use Vibrams for longer runs. My joint pain has disappeared. Long story short, my running shoes were making me run badly. I don't hit my heel on the ground anymore, and I land with much more bend in my knee. My stride feels more fluid ... and I have to say a lot less bouncy. I still don't have the extension, but I'm working on that.

This NPR report has an interesting video comparing the stride of a runner who wears shoes and a runner who always ran without shoes.

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