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    12/1 Nature's log, Supplemental. Though my rabid family of squirls didn't seem to scare her, and the bird and mice only managed to maim her, I've decided to send in the one thing for which she has no defense: roaches. Despite her inclination to "T", I have a feeling that the subject's girly reflex will still kick in after they begin migrate en masse over her bedroom walls. More potent measures seem necessary. I may watch Final Destination again for more pointers, but I hope to have this wrapped up by February.

    My only concern is that what we've feared all along is true. Though our subject has clearly begun to lose her mind, there is a chance that her unique personality provides a redundancy of the kind which we cannot disrupt. ThatGirl is far loonier than this on her own terms. Our brand of "crazy" may well lie within her accepted tolerances of behavior.

    I promised the squirrels and her dog that I would leave the domicile intact, but I am afraid nothing short of a waterspout in her kitchen would force her out. End Log.
    Love is the point.

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    Nature called - she wants her youth back. The one she spent logging her quarrel with TG. ASAP, please.

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    I know what you mean about the great outdoors and the perils of the little creatures that may seem to be out to get you. I love camping and last summer I got to see all manner of wildlife including some wild quail. I'm always concerned about water quality when I go camping though -I hesitate to use the water from lakes or streams without boiling it and even then I'm a bit paranoid about it.
    keep your water quality pure with a water filter

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    What I heard about those flypaper mousetraps is that the little mice get stuck on them and they can't get away, and they break their little mouse legs trying to pull their feet off the sticky paper, and they scream so loud as their legs break that you can hear them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    What I heard about those flypaper mousetraps is that the little mice get stuck on them and they can't get away, and they break their little mouse legs trying to pull their feet off the sticky paper, and they scream so loud as their legs break that you can hear them.
    Good.

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    Damn, girl! You didn't even wince when you read that?

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    *clears throat* ENTJ. She's like the armor on a tank. With proper maintanence, she'll win the war.
    Love is the point.

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    Is this thread supposed to suggest that TG is "nurture"? If so, that whole argument just got way more twisted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Ok! It is no secret that nature and I have never mixed well. I am that girl that everyone says what a good dog they have and then it is nipping at my ankles.
    They say dogs are excellent judges of character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Good.
    You like to watch mice suffer?

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