Skip to comments.DIA Parking Lots Consider Measures To Stop Bunnies From Attacking Cars
Posted on 02/17/2013 2:15:23 PM PST by EveningStar
Its a problem that plagues passengers who park at Denver International Airport- bunnies are causing hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars in damage to cars.
The rabbits eat the wires under the hood.
(Excerpt) Read more at denver.cbslocal.com ...
Used to chase them bunnies....big suckers.
I knew the Denver Airport housed a big conspiracy. It seems they are the headquarters for the Hare Club for Men.
Explains all the weird paintings.
did anyone else think of Jimmy Carter?
I also thought of the rabbits hanging about in the Dallas Heritage Village, harmless furballs.
Release some of them wolves....
“That’s no ordinary rabbit.”
We KNOW it really IS your fault this time.
(Not sure about the how, but we are certain about the that)...
I have no idea what you’re talking about but it’s time for a picture of a bunny at DIA with a car on his head.
This wasn’t a problem until they changed wire coating to something that is soy based. You make a car part out of food and animals eat it. What a shock!
The problem with these cars is the wiring harnesses have their insulation made out of soy so they can be considered more environmenally green.
OK, not THAT big.
Didn’t know there was a Playboy club in DIA.
Bring in some eagles to hunt down the rabbits. Only danger they pose to cars is if they poop on them. Of course, they might try to carry off a small child or pet dog, but that’s when you bring in the poison gorillas to get the eagle problem under control - according to the Simpsons, anyway.
“The problem with these cars is the wiring harnesses have their insulation made out of soy so they can be considered more environmenally green”
I hope the rabbits destroy every damn one of them!
O Lord, bless this Thy hand grenade, that with it Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits... in Thy mercy...
Death awaits you all with nasty big pointy teeth!
Banana rats did that in Gitmo. Folks put pans of antifreeze under cars to kill them.
DARKSHEARE!!! You cannot say this isn’t your fault. We let you disclaim the meteorite thing, but this is TOO obvious.
Eagles (other than the F-15 variety) are probably not a good idea around an airport. Wolves or coyotes, maybe even foxes? Of course, you start with bunnies and foxes around the airport and the jokes will be non-stop.
Bounce Fabric Softener sheets work on rats—might be same for wabbits. Google rats,Bounce to see all of the articles.
Is there a fox and coyote shortage up there or something?
I was actually thinking Playboy bunnies attacking cars. A bit more surreal, but much more entertaining to the mind’s eye.
The pesky rabbits - aka “food” to most other species in S. AZ - also like to stay warm cuddling up to the radiator of our SUV.
We have killed two by starting the car. One got stuck in the fan blades and made the engine run really rough. The other stayed in the radiator shroud and was discovered three days later by the smell.
It’s those &*^%$! pack rats that eat our car wiring, not the bunny rabbits....:^)
“SCREEEEEEECH (fingernails on blackboard). So you’ve got yourselves a rabbit problem, eh? Well I was on that Winnebago that broke down outside Salt Lake City International. Five of us went into the median. We was on a secret mission to deliver the beer. Communications blackout. At first, the little bunnies would come up just for a look. But then they started attacking! We threw carrots at them and told them we love Bugs Bunny. But they kept coming. Five went into the median...only one comes out. Now I can catch these bunnies for you. I have the equipment and the experience. All I needs now, is your money har har har!”
From the novel FLUFFYTAILS
Just put a scuba tank under the cars and shoot it.
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