The last couple apartment-complexes I lived-in had frequent bug problems. Of course, I'm swift to blame other tenants (who for-the-most-part were University-students and/or 9-to-5-ers) who only used their places to sleep & party and went out every day (while I was still in the apartment, sitting there basically 'being a blood-buffet to the little vampires' (while I was sitting at the computer or watching TV or eating or sleeping etc.)), but I'm also sure I played at-least a small role in bringing in the bugs---another thing that sucks about living alone: there's nobody else to blame! One of the ways I brought them in: I had (and still have) no car, and so had to walk everywhere I went. On occasion, I would buy take-out from a fast-food restaurant; and before today, I never thought about it---walking home with 'open' food is a 'Pied Piper of Hamlin' to the insects ("The Pied Piper of Hamlin" was a story about a pipe-player that got all the vermin in Hamlin to follow him out of town as he played). So I bought some 'Tupperware' today (not that brand-name, but the same type of product---a plastic container with an air-tight lid)---allowing me to bring home food from the fast-food places remaining relatively 'sterilized!'