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Posted by judie on 11:54:05 3/26/2010 from 67.142.168.29:

John, this is the poster who lives surrounded by pecan trees, yet squirrels are eating her truck. Following your advice, we have relocated about 20 of the critters. (481 left to go.)
The other day, there was a squirrel in a trap and I left it overnight. The next day, SQUIRREL AND TRAP were both gone. Disappeared. We have searched everywhere.
What happened?



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