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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by LandCruiserPhil, Nov 18, 2017.
that's equivalent to you jumping 62.4 feet! white men cant jump
Sounds racist and to add I did feel unfortable when you hugged me the other late night when you left #metoo
Its only uncomfortable because you made it uncomfortable. I'm completely fine with that situation. #sorrynotsorry
Next time I make sure I have cloths on
No doubt!! I make sure the windows are up on everything within cat range.
I had a bad experience transporting a friends cat about 20 years ago...a little cat pee goes a long way
Certification? Who needs that when you can just buy a "Service Dog Vest" on Amazon. Even includes handy "information" cards you can bully people with when they ask what kind of service dog.
Whaaa?! People really do that?!?!
I can picture our Lab in the grocery store with one of those.
nope, laboratory mice can do 3 feet easily - wild mice are even wilder
believe me, I know mice - I have only done research on them since, like, 1982
laboratory mice, however, are a poor copy of wild mice - thus my statement that your are indeed underestimating mice - wild mice will best every single laboratory mouse in physical strength and endurance, as well as life smarts in their environments
fun tidbit: when a lab mouse is offered a running wheel in the cage, they may very well run close to 6 miles a night VOLUNTARILY - well, not all of them, there are some slackers in any given group just as well, and if you give them a high fat diet . . .
also, mice do NOT like the smell of RAID insect killer - don't ask me how I know
Looks like I need more lift if I dont want uninvited visitors
then you can fit the 37" mudders you've always wanted
Go 40's or go home. 37's are so yesterday
37s? Hah. 44s are the Next Big Thing. All the 80 series cool kids are doing it. Fit In! Be Like Us!
heres an 80
Reminds me of one of my favorite pics.
Ever the optimist I bought two of the Victor better-mousetrap-electrocution chambers. They arrived yesterday and I got my first capital punishment overnight
One trap by the wood pile, one behind the shed. The shed trap had a perspired field mouse in it. Interestingly the field mouse must have been too small to trigger the flashing red light after the kill.
I like that I can safely toss the carcass out into my arroyo without spreading poison in the food chain.
Now if it could only electrocute rattlesnakes going after a dead mouse . . .
What are you using to bait the trap?
Victor recommends peanut butter but I don't have any.
I just poked a twistie through a small piece of cheddar cheese. The rats and mice around here seem to eat anything. I could probably put Palo Verde seeds into it and they would come . . . thats what they leave all over my engine compartments (along with their products of digestion)!