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    ratfreesubways.com - New York City Transit Workers Make On Website

    Only in New York! Win a free metro card for a month for unlimited subway rides by posting your photos and videos of New York City Subway Rats

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    Hey, a well-fed city rat can get pretty big. One time I was walking down Canal Street in Chicago and I saw what I thought was a large, short-legged cat that was crossing the street. As I got closer it turned out to be a huge rat. It looked like something out of a Stephen King book. I think the rat's name was Cujo.

    Thus far all of the rats that I found on that web site are tiny compared to Cujo.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Hi,

    Try living in the Ozarks where you have possum and armadillos crossing in front of you all the time just walking to your car. I think all over has some sort of vermin infestation

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    In Japan we have some mysterious creatures called "tanuki" that look at you in the dark and disappear down drains, I thought they were a myth until I came across them in the old geisha district, kinda spooky.

    Also, I once went off piste for my run, trying out a deserted road, and saw some small deer-like creatures crossing the road and jumping into the forest vegetation, like something out of lord of the rings.

    I do like to scare myself a bit by going along forest trails where there are bear warnings, and I am on my own. The Japanese bears are smaller than the American grizzlies but have been known to attack humans. I've seen wild monkeys, snakes, but alas no bear yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    The Japanese bears are smaller than the American grizzlies but have been known to attack humans. I've seen wild monkeys, snakes, but alas no bear yet.
    But the bears have seen you. They are just waiting for you to fatten up a bit. They actually like gaijin--either as a entree or for the main dish.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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