Monday, March 8, 2010

The Quest to Kill HoudiniMouse

I've gotten several questions about my ongoing battle with Robomouse.

Here's the latest, in vlog form.





Victory will be mine!

For inspiration, I will be playing Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" as I bait the traps.

12 comments:

Travis said...

"PETA can kiss my butt."

Amen.

*slow clap*

Coffeypot said...

PETA stand for Prefer Eating Tasty Animals, doesn't it?

Momma Fargo said...

Murder, death, kill, buddy! If that doesn't work, I have a shotgun.

Matty said...

I once saw a PETA activist go off on another blogger in the comments section for releasing an animal into a field. It's your house, your mouse. Do as you please.

Tony said...

Will you be making another video for when you catch the mouse?

But good luck, man. That rat sounds like a big ol' jerk, and it needs to not live.

WannabeVirginia W. said...

PETA here. Just kidding. Oh no not mickey!

The Vegetable Assassin said...

My live trap hasn't caught our little fucker either. The thing is laughing at me I'm sure. Soon there's gonna be no more miss nice assassin for me and it's ass will be in serious danger. I really do not want to deal with dead things though so I need to get that damn thing into the live trap and soon or seriously plug up all my holes.

ScoMan said...

I bet the mouse is using those Freddy Kreuger fingers to get the base off.

That's how I'd open things that were closed if I had Freddy Kreuger fingers.

Alex said...

My ten year old just asked if you got one. The animal lover child. Way to go Ed.

The Princess of Sarcasm said...

That's my boy!!! Throw away those stupid live traps and catch your mice like a real man. (Even though you disproved the theory that you are a real man already.)

Alison said...

when PETA comeshollering @ you remind them mice droppings can make you ill....how about the ethical treatment of your family over that danf mouse

Cassie said...

Why would you want to catch the thing alive? Gross.

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