On Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:55:44 -0800, Robert Carnegie wrote:
Dr. Foreman needed the shots because he got bit by the patient.
In the old days (don't know how old), rabies shots were horribly painful,
so people really wanted to be sure they were needed. That excuse has
Mark Isaak eciton (at) earthlink (dot) net
"Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of
Going by an episode of _House, M.D._, you may have to think about
rabies an' stuff like that. (I hope you get to read this reasonably
In the United Kingdom, bats are legally protected and generally you
can't remove them from property, but they are unlikely to set up home
in human living space - and if a building is properly maintained, they
usually won't get in.
AFAIK it's the same in the USA.
Or so it would seem by what's said by this aptly named firm:
A friend in Florida hired them to "evict" a mess of bats which took up
residence under the tiles on his home's his "Spanish tile" roof. The
company used their "one way doors" to let the bats out and then keep
I had the same thing happen. First, one bat, then a few days later another
one showed up.
I started with this link for some info....,
.....and then clicked on the other links at the bottom of that page.
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