The news has run from good to bad to worse since a pack of New York City rats found fame that shocked and repulsed a global audience three weeks ago. The good news is that about a day after the dozen or so rats were seen on video going wild in a KFC-Taco Bell unit in Manhattan’s trendy Greenwich Village, most, if not all, of them were dead. Not so good is the fact that the video made it to international news broadcasts and still lives on the Internet, where it continues to appall ...

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