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Old 12-10-2006, 04:15 PM   #121
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This topic makes me sad.
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^ I'm sorry Beav...this thread isn't delivering for you.

Believe me, I wish I hadn't needed to bring the topic up
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No problem. I understand. Good luck. Me, I hate bugs, all of em. I'm not happy til I know the thing is dead, and flushed away. bugs skeeve me out. So I guess it's along the same lines.

Are they there yet? How do they do it? Do they set a trap, with cheese?
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The wildlife guy can't come till tmw. I've taken matters into my own hands I went to the store and bought some traps (the easy set kind) and a really long tongs. I set the traps with peanut butter and put them along the walls in the bathroom.

Now we wait...

Before I went into the room with the traps I yelled and banged the door so the critter would hide himself before I went in...it worked..so far.
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They played Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses, which was definitely a shocker for me. Billie Joe came onstage to play Saints, and Eddie and Mike joined them for Rockin in the Free World.
and Maddy got onstage
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Are the wildlife people going to kill the mouse?

I used to have a pet mouse. His name was Clancy.
I used to have a mouse named snowball

how ironic

large spiders or bugs that hop/fly or move quickly terrify me

and bats nothing worse
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and Maddy got onstage

Did she really?!?! Wow...She's had a great U2 year!! Mom must be so proud
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Mice don't scare me

Mousetraps do.



Here's what you need to do: buy out the entire store of all it's mousetraps.
Set them all up, alternating, on the entire floor of your bathroom.
For added fun, place one pingpong ball on each trap.
Wait for the fun to begin.


Oh, and be careful they don't activate prematurely....then things get messy.
Trust me.


Fun and educational


http://www.ap.smu.ca/demos/content/m...p_reactor.html


Aaaaaand, the mice will be gone.
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I went to the store and bought .... really long tongs.
HAHA. That's funny. I assume the tongs will be discarded after catching the mouse.

Did you get the glue traps, by any chance?

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large spiders or bugs that hop/fly or move quickly terrify me
Yeah, bees or wasps freak me out. I am man enough to admit I get my wife to kill those things. She's fearless around bugs. There's something wrong with her. I have, however, learned to live with spiders because they kill the other bugs, but once they reach a certain size, they have to go. They're on a quota system in my house.



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That is awesome.
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I'm diggin this LAST.fm thing. Since I got the iPod it's sorta hard to find new music, cause I just listen to the music I have, and check out stuff I always meant to check out. But this last fm brings the new stuff to me.
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I Bri

1. - I don't have 45 mins to set up
2. - The room is not 10 x10

Damn

I'll keep the tongs, however I will be wrapping the nasty end in a plastic bag. I will keep it for a few days in case I need it again. What will be getting dumped asap will be the traps. The tongs is to pick the trap up once it has been "activated", and place it in a bag. Hopefully there are not a lot of them, those traps are fricking expensive. Nothing but the best of the Victor line for my fellas

No glue traps - inhumane
Instant death - humane

You and my bro are the same Beav - he's afraid of spideys and bugs too. His GF has to kill everything. When we lived at home we lived downstairs. Every now and then in our bathroom I'd see a bug/spider corpse glued to the floor. The highschool basketball/football tough guy would have grabbed the



- you guessed it -




HAIRSPRAY, and sprayed the bug till it couldn't move. Then I'd have to clean it up
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I'm diggin this LAST.fm thing. Since I got the iPod it's sorta hard to find new music, cause I just listen to the music I have, and check out stuff I always meant to check out. But this last fm brings the new stuff to me.

I've resisted this - how does it work exactly? does it show everything you listen to?
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- you guessed it -




HAIRSPRAY, and sprayed the bug till it couldn't move. Then I'd have to clean it up
sometimes I do it that way. Windex whatever I got then I'll vaccuum it up



Beav- i love that about lastfm. I'm not one of those crazies that check their charts compulsively. I do like to see the music recommendations though. And say tilli is listening to something I've never heard I can check into it.
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I've resisted this - how does it work exactly? does it show everything you listen to?
i only have the plug in on my laptop, which is a majority of my listening because most of the same stuff is on my ipod. There are a few cd's that are only in my car those never show up.

Plus you can disable it when you want to. I don't know how but it's probably easy.

here is mine http://www.last.fm/user/redkat/
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