Scott Hardie | February 4, 2002
It has been five days since I last heard a mouse, and I have reason to believe that may have been my imagination. It has been about ten days since I last saw a mouse. Considering that hearings used to be constant and sightings used to happen two dozen times a day, I'd say this house is now at least 95% mouse-free, if not 100%. I'm going to leave out what's left of the d-Con in case any new mice show up, but I proudly declare this to be Victory Over Mice Day. The war on mice is over, and the mice have lost!


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