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twoleftfeet 11:44 Wed Jul 14
The Runnymede report.
Being sent to the UN today.

Britain is systematically racist the report claims.

So there you have it.

All white people are racist even if you are not.

They didn’t like the governments report so did their own headed up by people who have called Britain racist for years.

What’s the answer? Maybe all white people should be made to leave? We are the trouble after all. This country is fucked.

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ironsofcanada 5:01 Mon Jul 19
Re: The Runnymede report.
Never seen a domestic mouse here yet. Just
field mice, probably?, on walks. Probably for the best.

As 10-11, I wanted my own room back, my little brother had just been born and was sharing mine and so in protest I went down to our basement and put my mattress on the floor.

I stuck it out when I woke up one night to something that felt wet and there was salamander in my blanket.

A little later though, I moved back up temporarily - my dad soon put a wood floor and finished a room down there - when a little later I woke up with a mouse on my face. Can't say I was a fan since.

Not rats in my province but saw a massive one in my half-sister's barn a couple provinces over. Very much - yours.

Westham67 4:44 Mon Jul 19
Re: The Runnymede report.
The good old days of by passing an eclectic meter or running of someone else's

Fifth Column 12:32 Mon Jul 19
Re: The Runnymede report.
I had a problem with mice when I lived in a house in Maryland years ago (Newham, not United States).

They were though suicidal mice and seemed to like drowning.

One ran up a mop and jumped into the bucket of water it was sitting in and drowned. Another drowned itself in the bath. Was a waste of water but saved me chasing it around the house. Another hid between some planks of wood and the skirting board so basically it was asking to be squashed. I had to clean up after that one though.

And I found one sitting, apparently stunned, in the middle of the kitchen. I'm guessing it got hit on the head by a trap but managed to not get stuck? So I picked it up, took it outside and chucked it down a drain on the street.

The ongoing mouse issue was annoying but on the plus side previous tenant had clearly hooked up electricity to the Chinese takeaway downstairs so we never paid any electricity bills.

Westham67 1:22 Sun Jul 18
Re: The Runnymede report.
Mex Martillo 12:01 Sun Jul 18

Are you sure they are not your sunglasses with long eyebrow hair control measure ?

arsene york-hunt 12:04 Sun Jul 18
Re: The Runnymede report.
I prefer a humane mouse trap which captures them live.

Then I can take them in the garden and drown them.

Mex Martillo 12:01 Sun Jul 18
Re: The Runnymede report.
I use these with dog food for rats, works a treat.
https://agroolivarillo.es/147-large_default/trampa-para-ratas-2-agujeros-grande-madera.jpg

Nurse Ratched 12:20 Sun Jul 18
Re: The Runnymede report.
Without peanut butter/oil? Pfft. I'd like to see you try.

Westham67 11:17 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
I agree it's opened my eyes to the benefits of mouse traps. I will be building a prototype with ZERO peanut butter or oil and catch 8 mice. Keep your minces on youtube

Nurse Ratched 10:50 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Mousetraps are GOOD.

Westham67 10:26 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
SEVEN again. I must say it was amusing watching the mousey legs going 10 to the dozen.

Nurse Ratched 9:10 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Peanut oil is also an excellent mousetrap


https://youtu.be/BxxFNkNf6q8

Hammer and Pickle 8:59 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Tell you what is the nuts - chips double fried in peanut oil.

Off-the-scale crisp and taste but very pricey.

Westham67 8:16 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
7 only after all that work ? A fire proof treadmill covered in peanut oil exiting into a furnace

Nurse Ratched 7:23 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Two bucket style mousetraps. One from Shawn Woods MY HERO.

https://youtu.be/t0wsMFvTQms

https://youtu.be/-mdUQ9Qhuxs

Westham67 6:31 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
I wonder what the mix design is for crunchy peanut butter

1 to 3mm 10% 2 to 4mm 10th 0.1mm = Smooth 80%

Mike Oxsaw 6:27 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Maybe they add bits of peanuts to smooth peanut butter to make it crunchy.

There's probably even a trade guild for the role: The Most Worshipful Company of Crunch Adders.

Westham67 6:27 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
LOL

Darlo Debs 6:24 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Enough of your pulling techniques W67.

Westham67 6:13 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
Cheese could be used for a dog trap

Darlo Debs 6:10 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
No wonder in all.tbe cartoons we watched as kids the mice were never caught....cheese is clearly a crap trap.

Westham67 6:09 Sat Jul 17
Re: The Runnymede report.
This is a can of worms I have been trying to open for a long time is crunchy peanut butter unfinished or low quality smooth peanut butter ?

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