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Re: Hey Tim OTP


In a message dated 5/26/00 7:17:12 AM Eastern Daylight Time, eoneill@ibm.net 
writes:

<<  My understanding, BTW, is that the borax crystals
 shred the tissues of the digestive system, whether it be ant or Aunt. >>

Cheerios and grape jelly, how about drilling holes in plastic containers so 
that only the ants have access?  I know that borax is dangerous to children 
because we have used it numerous times to make gak like compounds and I 
always have them wash their hands and then wonder why it isn't dangerous to 
play with the gak.  

Do you think that rabbits would be attracted to this concoction?  Just now 
let the terror Boston back in the house after she cleared the yard of the 
varmints, temporary I am sure.

Thanks a bunch, Narda
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