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I hate cicadas. There is soitehmng primitive about the way they look that completely creeps me out. When they first started in with the waaaaaahhhhhwahhhhwaaaaahhhh in TX in freaking March or April I could not believe that the reprieve was so short. All day. All night. Mar/April through November. Driving me crazy.A couple of days ago here in CO I heard one and literally shuddered, looked at the tree across the street from which the sounds were emanating and thought about burning it down, too bad if the houses burned too.Hate them. They drive people without PTSD crazy. It's the incessant nature of it, resides in your head 24/7. Much as the sounds of war, I suppose.

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