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    Tejas Raz
    Guess you're driving a BAT BOAT now! Hey, sounds like the thing handles pretty good but I'd paid money to see you chine-walking back to the house.

    -Duckin n' Runnin now!

    Pretty funny story,

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member CigDaze's Avatar
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    Originally posted by jokerswild
    Ot- whats up nick? we've got some more "outa towners" coming in this weekend for the first week in july, so we'll be out on the water hopefully everyday including the weekend. Give me a shout on the cfone when you're out
    Will do Buddy!...It's been a while!
    Take Care!

  3. #13
    TooOld- "bat-mitten?" sounds like a new extreme summer olympic event! Also have u tried driving wooden spikes into them lil critters? The holy water works good too!

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    Try putting dryer sheets (like Bounce) in a few places around your boat. It does wonders for keeping mice, squirrels, etc. out.

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    Dont be mad at me, but my eyes are watering from laughing so hard !!!

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    Offshore Addiction

    Bat Colony Infested Bradenton Apartment; Extermination Illegal
    The Associated Press
    Published: Jun 26, 2002

    BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) - Grant Griffin's one-bedroom apartment isn't big enough for him and the bats that have turned up in his shower, sink and sheets.
    But it's Griffin that's moving.

    Exterminators are not allowed to kill the bats, which are considered native wildlife and can't be trapped or poisoned, said University of Florida assistant professor Mark Hostetler. They can only be killed if they are rabid, which county health officials are testing for after Griffin and his girlfriend discovered bite marks.

    "I'm freaked out. I'm about as freaked out as I can get," said Griffin, 49. "I feel like there are things crawling all over me."

    Griffin's landlord at Belmont Park put screens above the air conditioning ducts and patched some holes Tuesday after he complained again.

    Bats can be locked out of houses by closing up the holes - as small as half an inch - where they enter.

    But that isn't possible in now, in the peak of the three-month bat birthing season, because it would prevent mother bats from returning to their babies inside. The babies would die and the stench would be unbearable, said Hostetler.

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