That's a dumb question; everyone has spiders, because spiders cover nearly all corners of the world.
And everyone has different types in different regions, and no matter where you live, some are dangerous.
Black widows, brown recluses, hobo spiders, you name it -- they're out there, and they're dangerous.
Why am I bringing this up?
Well, for one thing I just want to talk about spiders, because even though they scare the noots offa me, i love them.
I want people to remember that the earth was theirs before it was ours, and that in the grand scheme of balance and nature, arachnids are crucial to the ecosystem.
They serve as food for other animals, while also controlling species of other creatures, and so does each creature do for all other life.
I don't want to ever hear someone say "i hate" when referring to spiders or any animal, because we shouldn't have any room in our hearts for hatred of any animal.
Fear is fine, but hatred is uncalled for, IMO.
But while i encourage respect of all