The mouse just wasn't meant to live. Even if it was the "protrusion into our dimension of a vastly hyperintelligent pandimensional being". The mouse tried to eat some peanut butter off the trap Josh and I had placed in the living room about four hours earlier. It didn't stand a chance. I was amazed that it got caught so quickly, we had only just seen the mouse earlier that morning. The mouse was also travling around in a lighted room with the TV on. At first I thought the trap has just been accidentally set off. Then I looked and saw the mouse.
So over my spring break, besides trapping a mouse, I finally read HHGttG(HitchHikers Guide to the Galaxy). Hopefully I am not the last one, since according to the cover there still was time to read it before everyone else. So now when I go watch the movie in the near future I will know why the answer to "the great question of Life, the Universe, and Everything" is "fourty-two." Of course nobody actually knows the question because Earth was demolished a little to early.
One would think however if the mouse was really that intelligent it wouldn't have fallen for the simple peanut butter on a mouse trap plan.
Spring break continues on. I will never forget my towel.