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Can a Cricket Sucker Punch Geno Smith?

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 Recently, New York Jets Quarterback Geno Smith was sucker punched in the jaw by a teammate, over a $600 debt. Although Smith remained conscious, the single blow fractured his jaw in two places. If Smith’s altercation involved a cricket contender instead of his teammate, how strong would the brawler’s legs have to be to inflict similar damage?   Just look at that dopey grin filled with big tombstone teeth and eyes so close together they're almost Siamese twins.  How could any blame be placed on Ikemefuna Enemkpali for breaking the goofy grin off this pigskin slinging dufus?  That sniveling smirk...

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Crickets and their Big Balls

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Crickets have the largest set of testicles.  But how do they compare to those of Tom Cruise, who demonstrated some testicular fortitude in his latest film, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, when he clung to the door of a moving airbus.

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The value of High Quality Crickets

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High Quality Crickets  While some believe growing crickets is easy, that couldn't be further from the truth. There's a variety of different factors that manipulate the growth rate of crickets. While there's a number of different growing techniques that can be considered, we've found that providing a stress-free environment for the crickets works best. Just like stress can harm humans, the same can be said about crickets. Crickets prefer a quiet stress free environment and when that's disturbed, it can be tragic to the cricket's development. In order to provide the highest quality of crickets, the growing environment has to be without stress. If crickets are...

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Breeding crickets : the never ending saga

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Breeding crickets is critical to anyone trying to support a family of reptiles.  Take these pro tips to ensure that your crickets have the best environment, and breed at maximum overdrive.  

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Essentials to sustaining cricket health and prosperity.

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Keep your pet healthy by keeping your crickets Healthy

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