How can they distinguish between the two?

 

The other white meat

Rat infestation explodes around D.C. Occupy camp

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6 responses to “How can they distinguish between the two?

  1. dogwalker

    I would be willing to bet the overall population of rats in DC has remained steady. They have good noses, though. Of course they were attracted to all the food smells!

  2. Peg

    I was thinking, “birds of a feather flock together” – but Mr. Mollo was horrified at the thought!

  3. AJ

    Even on Fifth Ave between 59th and the Met I’ve seen many rats between 3:00 and 5:00 AM. I’ve even seen them lurking around the Central Park Zoo in broad daylight. Even the 1 percenters have their share of vermin.

  4. Anonymous

    Chris, sorry but I’m asking an off-topic question here. 🙂

    Is there any chance you can follow up on this post and find out what happened? Thanks.
    https://christopherfountain.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/thanks-but-no-thanks/#comments

  5. Anonymous

    Rats, cats, squirrels, mice, bats…who cares? Properly dressed, combined with vegetables, seasoned and braised, they all taste pretty much alike: a delicious stew whose broth can be strained and recycled for a bracing winter soup. Sort of like chicken.

  6. dogwalker

    My pup feels exactly the same way, Anonymous 10:58. You’ll have to come for dinner some time.