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ARIZONA CAUTION:

In regards to all the people wanting to move here from New York and California as well as many other heavily populated cities across the country, as well as those wanting to visit...

Before you come to ARIZONA to visit you must be aware of what is happening here. Especially, around the border, rural and all of SouthernArizona! There's a housing shortage, rent has tripled, and folks are vacationing here in record numbers...

So if you plan on moving here, or just plan on vacationing on our desert, river bottoms, hill country or lakes this summer, I think you should know that wolf spiders, fire ants and bedbugs have infested hotels and motels across the area due to dryer than usual weather. The woods will eat you alive with ticks and chiggers.

Our lakes are full of gators, fresh water sharks, and creepy old guys wearing speedos.

Our rivers are full of drunks in tubes peeing themselves while the banjo players lay waiting in the bushes.

Arizona panthers have eaten many domesticated animals and possibly some small children.

The local bear and coyote population are all 'in heat' and think your wife/girlfriend is hot.

Snakes... don’t even get me started on the water headed copper moccasins here, and the Diamond Back Rattler Cobras.

The poison ivy has overtaken all other vegetation.

We have had bear sightings at every park and town they are after your picnic baskets….and some cougars have been spotted in motel rooms and bars.

Watch out for the jackalopes, they have been extremely aggressive this season.

We have the Skunk Ape invading our parks and it’s their mating season. Porcupines are "stabbing" small children should they dare to utilize the local playground equipment.

Skunks have made their way over and multiplied at unprecedented rates and wander the local campgrounds in packs looking for beer.

Murder hornets!?! We’ve got great black clouds of murder hornets, and swarms of giant crickets and even some Texas grasshoppers.

Scorpions have been congregating in massive quantities under rocks, logs, wooden steps, automobiles, and tarantulas are now stealing peoples food and biting like crazy.

I’m pretty sure all private tiger owners (we had a jump in them after Tiger King) have released their cats into the streets of our cities and towns.

Head lice now fly and we have vampire bats.

Oh, and no one is vaccinated.

I hear New Mexico and Colorado are really nice though.”
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:ROFLMAO: If only they would all take it seriously and take friends, relatives, pets and an illegal with them when they left
 

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Good evening to all-

Well, Fellers, that doesn't sound too bad at all. Actually, most of that stuff is pretty much standard issue for living here in the great state of Alabama. so I reckon that if I get my chance to come out there and visit this summer, I sure will be there.
But I won't stay too long. I don't think I want to live out there again- you don't have any redfish for me to catch, and I don't think i could live without my redfish again.
And I promise you all, I WILL NOT have any Speedoes with me- those damned things look like they could cut off a feller's circulation, if you know what I mean.

you all be safe and keep well- Ed
 
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