Facebook Proves Sarah Wrong Again [Pic]

Submitted by: hole_rocks89 5 years ago in Funny

It"s the French... always the French.
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Male 4,902
Knowledge Bomb.
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Female 42
Is Sarah topless in this picture?
fapfapfapfapfap
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Male 17,512
SapphireHart: "Without mosquitoes the rabbit populations would explode to the levels they were at last century"

Then we`d be eating a lot more rabbits, rabbit stew isa fine meal.

"There are also several migratory birds that nest in arctic regions that depend upon the squillions of mosquitoes.."

Actually I believe you confusing black flies with mosquitoes, mosquitoes don`t populate well in arctic areas it`s just to cold for them, their eggs and larvae don`t survive a long deep freeze.
If you don`t believe me here is a map of the ranges of various species of mosquitoes. Map
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Female 412
(@Crakrjak again) Sorry but you are wrong. Food webs and ecosystem are extensive and complicated. Sure, getting rid of one organism may not be completely disastrous, but most removals will have some impact on other species. Smaller species are often found to be the more important, like the honey bee, which is a keystone species.

Also to quote someone else "Mosquitoes are the main vector of rabbit calicivirus and a minor but important vector for myxamotosis. Without mosquitoes the rabbit populations would explode to the levels they were at last century, definitely not a good thing ecologically speaking.

There are also several migratory birds that nest in arctic regions that depend upon the squillions of mosquitoes that hatch every year to feed their chicks. Wipe out the mosquitoes and the birds you may not wipe out the birds but their populations would almost certainly crash."
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Female 412
Oh look, that`s you Crakrjak. :)
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Female 412
@Crakrjak and hatface - It all depends on whether the mosquito is a keystone species or not. If it`s not, hey ho nevermind! If it is bye bye dragonflies, frogs, the French and the Americans!
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Male 17,512
hatface: Unfortunately you see the ecosystem as an intricate jenga puzzle, that if one piece is removed the whole pile falls apart. That`s not how nature works, adaptation and change is the rule not the exception.

If 99.99% of all life that has lived on the planet is now extinct, that should prove that removing one piece won`t amount to a hill of beans.
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Male 68
the circle of life, haha
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Male 2,790
there`s a lot of variables but keep trying
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Male 605
Wrong again CrakrJak, wrong again. I know there is no way to change your mind, but all I can say is that world would not be a better place. Less people would die of Malaria and other horrible ailments, millions more would die of starvation through failed crops. It`s how a food chain works. So many birds, fish and other animals are close to extinction through lack of food and loss of environment, and you think removing one of the LARGEST food supplies and have no negative consequences?

I know it`s nice to imagine we could just rid the world of the `worst` species, kill off wasps, mosquitoes and hornets and we`d all live happily ever after. Unfortunately, nature doesn`t work like. Ecosystems would survive, but only after hundreds of extinctions and huge crashes in various habitats across the world.
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Male 1,093
makes it sem that french people only eat frogs
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Male 243
gay
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Male 17,512
hatface: There are plenty of other insect larvae that do the same thing, mosquitoes could vanish off the planet and the world would be a much better place. Ecosystems adjust and adapt all the time, mosquito extinction would hardly effect anything negatively.
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Male 14,867
I hate mosquitoes too, but I would not wish them to be extinct. There may be unforeseen consequences.
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Male 533
Not the direction I thought it was going in, but OK.
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Male 2,121
If I ever had the power to rid the world of insects, knowing that it would result in mass extinction, I would do it in a heartbeat.
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Male 605
Crakrjak, your political comments are one thing but I just WON`T have you misquote the animal world!

No other creature needs mosquitoes to survive is simply not true. To rid earth of a huge biomass which lurks at the end of the food chain would have ENORMOUS effects on the animal kingdom, and the world.

"Mosquito larvae are aquatic insects, and as such, play an important role in the aquatic food chain. According to Dr. Gilbert Waldbauer in The Handy Bug Answer Book, "mosquito larvae are filter feeders that strain tiny organic particles such as unicellular algae from the water and convert them to the tissues of their own bodies, which are, in turn, eaten by fish." Mosquito larvae are, in essence, nutrient-packed snacks for fish and other aquatic animals."

You can find the basics here, but there is
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Male 184
It irritates me how she said creation.
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Male 4,433
I`m pretty impressed. Nobody here is trying to rewrite history.
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Male 904
i`ll second kairobert
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Female 121
awesome ;)
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Male 226
I want to buy that man a drink
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Male 550
haha! Epic win.
Sarah should be ashamed.
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Male 871
lol quality
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Male 2,441
That sir, is good logic
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Male 1,623
Mosquitoes are not a creation.
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Male 25,416
wow... thats excessive
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Male 1,312
Haha, nice
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Male 14,334
I wanna see her Mosquito bites!!
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Male 911
I always liked to think of Mosquitoes as population control.
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Male 17,512
Dragonflies eat many insects, moths, crickets, ants, ladybugs, etc... Dragonflies do not need mosquitoes to survive, in fact no creature needs mosquitoes to survive, since there are multiple other food choices for them.

Mosquitoes cause more death, through malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever (and other diseases) than HIV/AIDS and famine combined.
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Male 2,700
"I hate Mosquitoes too, I wish they would just eat plants like normal bugs. No they have to be all mainstream vampire and drink blood... Hipsters of the bug world.
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Actually there bud, its only the females that drink blood to help with egg creation. Males tend to eat plants or in some species, nothing once they grow their wings. Kinda like a cicada.
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Male 1,803
I am drunk and that is the funniest thing I`ve heard/seen all week, bless her, I`ve finished a 75 hr working week with a smile (albeit at her expense).
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Male 14,334
hmmm anyone have a link to Sarahs FB???????
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Male 14,334
@Buiadh
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Male 333
well if the poster has obscured her face in the photo the two pointy things under that is.....answers on a postcard to Sarah the ho? PO BOX 99 sluttytown
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Male 1,383
Dragonflies eat mosquitos?
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Male 6,737
No, the American Revolution was won BY the French.
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Male 2,440
I honestly think Sarah is the most pointless creation.
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Male 447
Is Sarah naked in her profile picture? What a ho.
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Male 346
What the heck is her profile picture?
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Male 594
Rofl, win!
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Male 1,646
Haha;
I hate Mosquitoes too, I wish they would just eat plants like normal bugs. No they have to be all mainstream vampire and drink blood... Hipsters of the bug world.
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Male 2,516
yeah but dragon flies and frogs have a more varied diet than just mosquitos, we can do without them!

PS. I f*cking HATE mosquitos
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Female 353
Link: Facebook Proves Sarah Wrong Again [Pic] [Rate Link] - It`s the French... always the French.
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