Glue traps are inhumane, yes, but if they’ll rid Washington of the rodents…

“In late 1989 staffers in the House Legislative Counsel office, located in Room 136 of the Cannon Building, discovered that a foot-long rat had been living inside a 9-foot-long, 4-foot-high Xerox machine, chewing apart wires and leaving behind a trail of droppings, banana peels, corn cobs and a sealed plastic baggy with a Hostess Twinkie. It cost $107,000 to replace the copier.”

Posted April 23, 2001

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