Friday, January 27, 2006

Man Vs Nature

Schlomo Rabinowitz: Mouse Catcher. Not much else to say about that. This video shows you my technique, maybe it's time for you to show me yours!

On a different note: I have gotten some emails from folks about not being able to see some of my videos. You may need to update your computer to Quicktime 7. It's free and you can find it here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've got hares, hedgehogs, magpies and even a fox outside my apartment. Did you see anything for those at the store?

1:38 AM  
Blogger ~~ Melissa said...

I find myself obsessing over whether you managed to catch the damn rodent. Please make a follow-up movie. I need my headspace back!

6:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used a small snap trap to catch a mouse and I ended up catching a rat instead. The trap was stuck on the rats face but did little damage

6:14 PM  
Blogger RalphBuckley said...

I think that your entering into the deep, dark, chasm of the methodologies and stratagems of the art of "The Hunting of Mice"...of mice and men...this is truly exposing the darker side of the human psychic...well I've forgotten who said "Genius is Pain"...but I think you've touched on a nerve...
Yes, yes, it's true...vlogging has given us the opportunity to take a small glimpse into the brilliant vlogging mind of vlogger's such as yourself (imagine if you will just the kind of contraption that Einstein could of conjured up to ultimately defeat such makes one ponder in awe...

8:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I liked this one, of course the others were are great too...perhaps I could go to the Japanese like Walmart and do a little follow up piece...

9:01 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I like this piece and it's interesting this fight Man vs Nature
waiting for the second part

11:18 AM  
Blogger Randy said...

i hate meices to peices



1:13 PM  
Blogger Lukas Blakk said...

i'm surprised that you haven't gotten any comments yet crying about animal cruelty - get those mice! Now, i'm curious - did they go for your organic peanut butter?

7:50 AM  
Blogger F Daum said...

"One big death aisle"! Funny. You left out metal scouring pads. Use them to fill in the holes along pipe recesses. For crevices, Home Depot carries self expanding foam caulk in a tube. Fill in the holes and crevices. If you have a big hole in the wall or ceiling, ask your landlord to patch it. Those big holes allow carbon monoxide, fumes, and fire to travel so you don't need them. There are these totally unattractive plastic bins for comforters. They are ok for keeping food in. They look like Claus Oldenburg scale tupperware but mice can't get in. MIce just happen to like eating what's around so if you don't keep food out and clean (I mean clean under the stovetop cover, behind refrigerators, sweep and mop) they will make themselves at home, eat your food, dance to your band rehearsals. You can also get a cat but you'll have to deal with caring for it (vet fees, grooming, and affection). What a place you will have though- food, Tom and Jerry, raising hell. Mice droppings can cause human hanta virus- your lungs fill up with fluid and you can die from it. So when you first sweep, wear a dust mask and wet mop the dust. I never leave my apartment with garbage in it. Mice jump will right in. I never keep food out. I clean my apartment at least twice a week. Lastly I use these indoor electronic rodent repellents you plug into the wall. The mice stay out of my apartment because there's nothing to eat zero, everything is sealed, and there's better food in my upstairs neighbors unit. If you have roaches and silverfish, sealing food, cleaning twice a week, and harmless (to mammals) boric acid will rid them.

4:27 PM  

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