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December 05, 2018

IF I CAN MAKE IT THERE, I’M GETTING THE HELL OUT OF THERE

A video captured at a New York City subway station captured the moment a station agent was chased out of her booth by a large rat.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Last year, D/FW was plagued by an overpopulation of rats. Hardware stores had prime retail display space stocked with rat poison and traps .. and were running out.
At my work location, there were several sightings. Yes, I would not only run but scream if I saw a live rat ambling down cubicle farm Main Street.
Local pest control was engaged, but the problem was so pervasive that it seemed not to make any difference and was going on nine months. Until we heard a story from another part of the facility where an admin assistant arrived for work and opened her desk drawer to put her purse inside. A live rat was in the drawer and was startled by the daylight. The poor woman instinctively kicked the drawer shut and effectively cut the animal in two. Pest control seemed to get stepped up a few notches after that.

Soon to be a major motion picture - Ratatouille

You see, this is why I never get on the subway without a sharpened machete.

Feet don't fail me now!

He was looking for pizza.

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