Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Do you have rats ready for their closeup?

From the EV Grieve inbox...and this is legit -- I exchanged e-mails with one of the assistant producers...

Wanted: if you have a rat problem, a new tv series will help for free (Manhattan, Queens, Bk, Bx, SI)
A new documentary science show on rats in the 5 boroughs is currently in production. We'll set you up with an accredited local pest control company that will tackle your rat problem FOR FREE, and follow the process of making your home or business rat-free. All correspondence will be kept strictly confidential AND we won’t even need to mention or show the name or location of your business or home/apt.

E-mail: sciencetvshow@gmail.com to find out more.

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Media glut said...

Yeah, well, on 1st St near 2nd Ave downtown side has had a lot of rats for years.

Laura Goggin Photography said...

Larry - I was swarmed by a gang of rats about a year ago on that very corner. Horrifying and fascinating at the same time.

EV Grieve said...

I haven't seen as many in Tompkins Square Park of late. Maybe the hawks thinned the herd?

esquared™ said...

the fratboys and yunnies scared them away-- they're the new pests

Anonymous said...

Last summer was the worst I've ever seen around here in 25 years. The tremendous density of bars and restaurants in the neighborhood has really upped the population.
I expect this summer to be even worse. breeding rats combined with emptied storefronts and closed eateries boost rat populations even more than occupied food establishments
I must admit though it is fascinatingly grotesque to see the suckers pancaked in the middle of the street.