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Posted 27 December 2016 - 04:34 PM

I found mouse droppings and some wet spots in my drink holder in my car. I found the nest under the spare tire. It was pretty impressive. The shredded napkins came from the glove compartment. Plus sticks... lint... leaves... sunflower seed shells... and, get this, a tire tread gauge that has been missing for awhile and definitely was not left in the hatchback. More incredibly, a tiny love seat, a mini George Foreman grill and instructions on poisoning humans. Am I dealing with MISIS here?

 

Seriously, as much as I hate to harm little creatures, I know mice can do damage in a car, chewing through wires and stuff. I wiped out the nest, which I felt bad about. It's so cold and this critter spent so much time fixing up the place. What's next? A trap? Are there humane ways of trapping them, so I can release it into the wild so it can freeze to death?


Edited by PASabreFan, 27 December 2016 - 04:35 PM.


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Posted 27 December 2016 - 04:44 PM

I found mouse droppings and some wet spots in my drink holder in my car. I found the nest under the spare tire. It was pretty impressive. The shredded napkins came from the glove compartment. Plus sticks... lint... leaves... sunflower seed shells... and, get this, a tire tread gauge that has been missing for awhile and definitely was not left in the hatchback. More incredibly, a tiny love seat, a mini George Foreman grill and instructions on poisoning humans. Am I dealing with MISIS here?

 

Seriously, as much as I hate to harm little creatures, I know mice can do damage in a car, chewing through wires and stuff. I wiped out the nest, which I felt bad about. It's so cold and this critter spent so much time fixing up the place. What's next? A trap? Are there humane ways of trapping them, so I can release it into the wild so it can freeze to death?

Um...how are the mice getting into your car...



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Posted 27 December 2016 - 06:58 PM

I have a cat and he is a great mouser. There are a few forms need filled out and a short approval process, but he can be yours.



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Posted 27 December 2016 - 08:14 PM

Um...how are the mice getting into your car...

No idea. I googled it and it's a thing. Through the engine? There's a devilish boy in my neighborhood and I suspect he's done little pranks to me before. Harmless stuff. I wonder if he put it in there.



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Posted 27 December 2016 - 08:26 PM

No idea. I googled it and it's a thing. Through the engine? There's a devilish boy in my neighborhood and I suspect he's done little pranks to me before. Harmless stuff. I wonder if he put it in there.


"Through the engine" isn't even a thing. The only way anything gets into your car should be through the AC system ducting, unless you've got some big rust holes in your bodywork.

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Posted 27 December 2016 - 08:51 PM

"Through the engine" isn't even a thing. The only way anything gets into your car should be through the AC system ducting, unless you've got some big rust holes in your bodywork.

No big rust holes that I know of. It definitely was in the glove box, because the napkins in there are chewed at. Assuming it didn't open the box, it must have come in through the cabin air filter area.



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Posted 27 December 2016 - 08:55 PM

No big rust holes that I know of. It definitely was in the glove box, because the napkins in there are chewed at. Assuming it didn't open the box, it must have come in through the cabin air filter area.

 

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Posted 27 December 2016 - 09:00 PM

No big rust holes that I know of. It definitely was in the glove box, because the napkins in there are chewed at. Assuming it didn't open the box, it must have come in through the cabin air filter area.


You better get that looked at. You don't want to be breathing mouse filth. Is there maybe a duct for air to flow into your door when it's closed in order to facilitate a door panel defogger vent? I could see something sneaking in through that if the seal isn't tight.

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Posted 27 December 2016 - 09:14 PM

Had a squirrel ( the black urban variety ) move into the birdhouse in the cherry tree. He had to chew the entrance bigger to fit his butt in there but him and the missus were really movin in with all the furnishings and methinks they were setting up a nursery what with the bits of rags and insulation and what not we've seen them taking in there. Today when I got home the wife said a bird had moved in and was throwing all the stuff the nice squirrel family had moved in out on the lawn. The poor Mr Squirrel ( I can tell by the balls ) sat there all emasculated as that bird squawked and threw most of his belongings out. The wife added a squirrel house to the honey-do list on the fridge. I'm actually looking forward to this one. Should be fun.



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 08:28 AM

Had a squirrel ( the black urban variety ) move into the birdhouse in the cherry tree. He had to chew the entrance bigger to fit his butt in there but him and the missus were really movin in with all the furnishings and methinks they were setting up a nursery what with the bits of rags and insulation and what not we've seen them taking in there. Today when I got home the wife said a bird had moved in and was throwing all the stuff the nice squirrel family had moved in out on the lawn. The poor Mr Squirrel ( I can tell by the balls ) sat there all emasculated as that bird squawked and threw most of his belongings out. The wife added a squirrel house to the honey-do list on the fridge. I'm actually looking forward to this one. Should be fun.

My dad when we were younger built an epic tree house for us on the old willow tree in the backyard (think full sized shed/house suspended 10' up). In the winter time, instead of building a nest out of sticks, the squirrels just used the tree house as their winter home. Attempting to alleviate this issue for subsequent winters, my dad built a "squirrel hotel" out of wood and installed it further up (20-25ft) in the same willow tree. The squirrels seem satisfied enough and left the tree house to humans.

 

Long story short, I always got a chuckle out of my friends asking what that little house was way up at the top of the tree was, to which I would always reply "squirrel hotel" :lol:



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 08:35 AM

My dad when we were younger built an epic tree house for us on the old willow tree in the backyard (think full sized shed/house suspended 10' up). In the winter time, instead of building a nest out of sticks, the squirrels just used the tree house as their winter home. Attempting to alleviate this issue for subsequent winters, my dad built a "squirrel hotel" out of wood and installed it further up (20-25ft) in the same willow tree. The squirrels seem satisfied enough and left the tree house to humans.

 

Long story short, I always got a chuckle out of my friends asking what that little house was way up at the top of the tree was, to which I would always reply "squirrel hotel" :lol:

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:13 AM

My dad when we were younger built an epic tree house for us on the old willow tree in the backyard (think full sized shed/house suspended 10' up). In the winter time, instead of building a nest out of sticks, the squirrels just used the tree house as their winter home. Attempting to alleviate this issue for subsequent winters, my dad built a "squirrel hotel" out of wood and installed it further up (20-25ft) in the same willow tree. The squirrels seem satisfied enough and left the tree house to humans.

 

Long story short, I always got a chuckle out of my friends asking what that little house was way up at the top of the tree was, to which I would always reply "squirrel hotel" :lol:

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:57 AM

Had a squirrel ( the black urban variety ) move into the birdhouse in the cherry tree. He had to chew the entrance bigger to fit his butt in there but him and the missus were really movin in with all the furnishings and methinks they were setting up a nursery what with the bits of rags and insulation and what not we've seen them taking in there. Today when I got home the wife said a bird had moved in and was throwing all the stuff the nice squirrel family had moved in out on the lawn. The poor Mr Squirrel ( I can tell by the balls ) sat there all emasculated as that bird squawked and threw most of his belongings out. The wife added a squirrel house to the honey-do list on the fridge. I'm actually looking forward to this one. Should be fun.

I got lost toward the end. The squirrels have a fridge?



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 11:02 AM

We have a family of squirrels that have lived in our yard for generations.

 

Each fall 'Freddie' (my wife named him that, she's awesome) moves in and sets up housekeeping in our ensuite attic. 

 

Did I mention Freddie is a 'Queen' (I mean a very fine lady).



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 04:47 PM

More mice drops and wet spots in the car today, mostly above the dashboard. Looking for a way to get out?

 

I was going to use a live trap I got for moles and release it somewhere nice, but one of the pieces is missing, so no go. I just placed four snap traps in the car, baited with peanut butter and topped with a piece of cat food. (I couldn't go for the glue trap; too cruel.)

 

I feel bad, but I'm an innocent animal too. I can't have the mouse filth in the car, not to mention the possibility of it doing expensive damage to wiring. Sorry, bud. I hope it's quick and painless.

 

Tonight let the mouse nightmares begin. I'm tied up in the passenger seat and the mouse is driving. We're heading for a cliff and of course its little mice foot can't reach the brake. And d4rk is laughing hysterically in the back seat. I deserve it.


Edited by PASabreFan, 28 December 2016 - 04:49 PM.


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Posted 28 December 2016 - 04:59 PM

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 06:05 PM

More mice drops and wet spots in the car today, mostly above the dashboard. Looking for a way to get out?

 

I was going to use a live trap I got for moles and release it somewhere nice, but one of the pieces is missing, so no go. I just placed four snap traps in the car, baited with peanut butter and topped with a piece of cat food. (I couldn't go for the glue trap; too cruel.)

 

I feel bad, but I'm an innocent animal too. I can't have the mouse filth in the car, not to mention the possibility of it doing expensive damage to wiring. Sorry, bud. I hope it's quick and painless.

 

Tonight let the mouse nightmares begin. I'm tied up in the passenger seat and the mouse is driving. We're heading for a cliff and of course its little mice foot can't reach the brake. And d4rk is laughing hysterically in the back seat. I deserve it.

 

Aw hell, if your gonna have nightmares about the filthy little beasts you might as well terrorize them too.  Set up a bucket trap in the trunk and prepare to be amazed at how many mice are actually in your car.

 

Google is your friend here.



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 06:19 PM

I am trying a new 3 week workout routine.... Very intense and simple, just push-ups and pullups.... But due to my work schedule I am the weird guy who will bring his pull up bar (the doorway ones) to the hospital and do sets in between seeing patients.

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 07:18 PM

Nothing skeeves me out like mice. Well snakes but they eat mice so I can tolerate their unholiness.

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 07:22 PM

Nothing skeeves me out like mice. Well snakes but they eat mice so I can tolerate their unholiness.


My wife has 2 snakes and she won't touch rats, so I'm the person who has to feed the f'ers.

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 07:36 PM

Aw hell, if your gonna have nightmares about the filthy little beasts you might as well terrorize them too.  Set up a bucket trap in the trunk and prepare to be amazed at how many mice are actually in your car.

 

Google is your friend here.

Mice? Plural?



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:29 PM

Mice? Plural?


Mice don't grow out of pebbles. You probably have more than one in there.

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:47 PM

Mice don't grow out of pebbles. You probably have more than one in there.

Why me? There's no food or water in the car. I still wonder if it got in there accidentally. I did have my hockey bag at a rink. Pretty sure I zipped it back up before putting it in the car. It's just weird. Mice are supposed to like cozy spots in houses where all their needs are met.



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 10:42 PM

I got lost toward the end. The squirrels have a fridge?

lol. You know thats not a bad idea. I think I'll put a beer fridge in their new digs. No, my wife keeps a list of chores on our fridge for me that she calls the honey-do list. I thought all you fellas had the same list on your fridges. :blink:   



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Posted 28 December 2016 - 11:09 PM

lol. You know thats not a bad idea. I think I'll put a beer fridge in their new digs. No, my wife keeps a list of chores on our fridge for me that she calls the honey-do list. I thought all you fellas had the same list on your fridges. :blink:   

 

Nope.  Only WE decide what chores we're going to do.  No WOMAN tells a MAN what to do!

 

Right, honey?



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Posted 29 December 2016 - 09:56 AM

So I gets up this morning real early to go out and check the mouse traps in the car. No dice. No mice. Disappointed but somehow relieved, I kick at the fresh snow on the way back to the house.

 

#fml



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Posted 29 December 2016 - 10:31 AM

So I gets up this morning real early to go out and check the mouse traps in the car. No dice. No mice. Disappointed but somehow relieved, I kick at the fresh snow on the way back to the house.

 

#fml

 

I like mice.  

 

They are crafty, you know that, eh?

 

Looks like they outsmarted you ...  ;)



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Posted 29 December 2016 - 12:03 PM

Hadn't seen this before: Nilsson making a statement
http://buffalonews.c...ves-pride-flag/

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Posted 29 December 2016 - 12:30 PM

Hadn't seen this before: Nilsson making a statement
http://buffalonews.c...ves-pride-flag/

 

Good for him and I fully support this.



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Posted 29 December 2016 - 04:57 PM

I forgot to say so, but EicheSnipes picture coming out of the doctors mimicking Jack was awesome. Well done :beer:

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Posted 29 December 2016 - 05:09 PM

I forgot to say so, but EicheSnipes picture coming out of the doctors mimicking Jack was awesome. Well done :beer:


Haha, thank you! That got locked away in the old Random thread, didn't it? Oh well, I had some fun taking it. As my "photographer" was starting to get irritated with my multiple takes, I assured her that you guys online would appreciate it and it would all be worth it.

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Posted 29 December 2016 - 07:05 PM

Haha, thank you! That got locked away in the old Random thread, didn't it? Oh well, I had some fun taking it. As my "photographer" was starting to get irritated with my multiple takes, I assured her that you guys online would appreciate it and it would all be worth it.

You should post it here.

 

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 11:24 AM

Code reviews shouldn't take weeks dammit!

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 01:37 PM

I like mice.  

 

They are crafty, you know that, eh?

 

Looks like they outsmarted you ...  ;)

Not sure. No apparent rodent activity since I set the traps. Maybe he/she/they got the message that they shouldn't stick around waiting for the hammer to fall. (You're welcome for the ear worm.)



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Posted 30 December 2016 - 01:52 PM

Not sure. No apparent rodent activity since I set the traps. Maybe he/she/they got the message that they shouldn't stick around waiting for the hammer to fall. (You're welcome for the ear worm.)


I'm on mobile right now, so just picture Freddie at his best at Live Aid ...

Good now ...

'hey, hey, hey ... Hammer to Fall' ...

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 04:15 PM

Nope.  Only WE decide what chores we're going to do.  No WOMAN tells a MAN what to do!

 

Right, honey?

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 04:17 PM

I found mouse droppings and some wet spots in my drink holder in my car. I found the nest under the spare tire. It was pretty impressive. The shredded napkins came from the glove compartment. Plus sticks... lint... leaves... sunflower seed shells... and, get this, a tire tread gauge that has been missing for awhile and definitely was not left in the hatchback. More incredibly, a tiny love seat, a mini George Foreman grill and instructions on poisoning humans. Am I dealing with MISIS here?

 

Seriously, as much as I hate to harm little creatures, I know mice can do damage in a car, chewing through wires and stuff. I wiped out the nest, which I felt bad about. It's so cold and this critter spent so much time fixing up the place. What's next? A trap? Are there humane ways of trapping them, so I can release it into the wild so it can freeze to death?

 

We had a mice issue last week at a family member's house in upstate NYS.  There have always been a few spots where they appear, but this time, since the house was vacant for a few weeks, they made a move.  There were mice poops in all of the beds plus various other spots.

 

We bought 48 old-school snap-and-kill mousetraps, set them up in about a dozen locations in the garage and attic and interior closets and bathroom cabinets -- and took out about 28 corpses over a 1-week period.  At this point, we're still getting one every couple of days in the garage, but zero inside the house.

 

Those little CSs have taken major body blows, but I doubt they're learning any lessons.



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Posted 30 December 2016 - 04:18 PM

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 09:21 PM

I don't feel like waiting for the complaint thread. My father's cousin and best friend died today. Cancer, because of course it was; served in Vietnam, so real good chance agent orange ###### him hard. My father doesn't make friends easily and suffers from severe, oftentimes crippling, depression...so yea, not a great New Year's Eve Eve. ###### cancer, man.



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Posted 30 December 2016 - 10:59 PM

I don't feel like waiting for the complaint thread. My father's cousin and best friend died today. Cancer, because of course it was; served in Vietnam, so real good chance agent orange ###### him hard. My father doesn't make friends easily and suffers from severe, oftentimes crippling, depression...so yea, not a great New Year's Eve Eve. ###### cancer, man.

 

 

Really sorry, man.  My Dad was over there too, and he has also gotten cancer because of that evil f*cking garbage (probably), so I feel you.  Thankfully my Dad was treated and is now cancer-free, but I know many others were not so fortunate.  I'm sorry. ###### cancer indeed. 







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