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Inside Self-Storage Magazine 07/2004: Plague Prevention
Plague Prevention When Mercutio cries out, “A plague o’ both your houses!” in Act III of Romeo and Juliet, he meant more specifically, “May pigeons roost on the eaves of both your houses!” He must have. Pigeons are a pestilence. At my last home, a family of about 30 of these vermin would languish
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