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Eight-year-old wasp killer

Wasp If you need to hire a pest control operator for a wasp problem and live in Pocatello, Idaho, an eight-year-old wants your business.

Jason Holmes is trying to raise money for a motorcycle, although he'll have to wait a while before he's old enough to ride it.

With his parents' input, he decided to fill a niche in the market as a wasp killer, and he's apparently getting plenty of calls from an ad he placed in the newspaper.

Wasp_nest_3 His mom and dad sound thrilled with this risky endeavor, oddly enough. No word on how he's killing the wasps, but he says he wants to save their nests.

June 13, 2006 in Bugs in the news | Permalink


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