The Bait-O-Matic 6000

Every so often, there comes along a product SO original, SO ingenious, SO revolutionary, SO HUGE…that it completely changes the way we live our lives FOREVER! (and ever!)…

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    • Eve
    • November 27, 2009

    Cute video Bentley i watched it on UTube this morning. You have the sales pitch down pat.

  1. Very nice!

    • Nic
    • November 27, 2009

    very funny!!!!

    • Bentley
    • November 27, 2009

    Thanks guys – I certainly honored my “inner goofball” with this one!
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  2. This is a good time to start a bin. Think about holiday leftovers and the Rubbermaid bins will be on sale soon.

    • Jon
    • November 27, 2009

    Good job Bently, This is what I do over breakfast, look at the worm page. They all think I’m Nuts. But just wait until the untold millions start pouring in. They won’t be laughing then. Ha HA ha

  3. You do not have enough to do. Nor do I since I spent my time watching the video and than read the instructions.

    • Angelina
    • November 28, 2009

    Great video. You had me giggling the entire time. Can’t wait to make one of my own. =)

    • Kuan
    • November 28, 2009

    This is absolutely GREAT!! This is how I stared – a Rubbermaid bin. Good job on making the video. It definitely catches my attention even though I know exactly what it is for. Also enjoy the humor too. Well done!!

  4. Now when my wife says I’m crazy for having seven bins going, I can just use you for comparison. Thanks Bentley!

    • Bentley
    • November 28, 2009

    Too funny, Al!
    What can I say – I do what I can to help out my people!
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    • Bentley
    • November 28, 2009

    Belinda – I have more than enough to do, trust me – and a big part of that is spreading the word about vermicomposting (in a lot of different ways – some of them zanier than others – haha). Sorry you felt that it wasn’t worth your time.
    Can’t be everything to everyone, they say!
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  5. I’m sorry. I meant to be funny which doesn’t always come off with email. I very much enjoyed your video and appreciate the time you took in sharing.

    • Bentley
    • November 28, 2009

    Definitely no worries, Belinda. Apologies if I seemed a bit gruff with my response (the “haha” and winky guy were intended to lighten msg). I agree, it can be tough to convey true emotions electronically! Thank goodness for emoticons (which can at least help out a little)
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  6. Bentley,

    You are quite the entertainer. The movie reminds me of Monte Python. Where do you get those vents?

  7. oops, I just saw that you discuss where to get the vents in the user’s guide.
    Thanks.

    • Bentley
    • November 28, 2009

    Thanks Cassandra – Monty Python was yet another of my comedic influences growing up, so the totally crazy stuff is definitely not foreign to me!
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    Glad to see you figured out where to learn more about the vents.
    8)

    • Nathan
    • November 28, 2009

    Cool idea, but where is the drainage? I don’t think it would work very well in a living room if it is constantly leaking water.

    • Bentley
    • November 28, 2009

    Hi Nathan,
    I never have drainage in my indoor bins (other than the “deluxe” bin I made for the YouTube video, which I no longer use). Ok – talking here about tub systems – obviously my flow-through “Worm Inn” has drainage as does my stacking flow through system.
    Not sure where the constant “leakage of water” would be coming from – if it was coming out of the vents that you mean you’d let things get WAY too wet down below.
    Speaking of the vents, every so often you could take the bin and pour off any excess liquid out through one of the bottom vents if you wanted to make sure there was never too much pooling.

    • Nathan
    • November 29, 2009

    Thanks Bentley, I was thinking water might come out of the vents. I went back and looked very carefully at the video, and you are right. If leakage was coming out the vents there defiantly would be too much water. I do have one more question. Would conditions in this bin be too dry for European nightcrawlers?

    • Bentley
    • November 29, 2009

    Hi Nathan,
    I suspect that this sort of a bin would actually work quite well for Euros – but I’ll have to test that out to see for sure.
    8)

    • Brie
    • November 30, 2009

    Hi Bentley,
    Now that I have picked myself up off the floor from laughing so hard, I would like to tell you how much I enjoy your website. All of the information you provide is so helpful and very entertaining. Fantastic resource! I am pleased to know that there are others who are as obsessed about composting with worms as I am. I love the Euro’s I ordered from you this summer for my preschool camp. The Euro’s multiple like crazy! You don’t have to go looking for cocoons – there are several cocoons within every square inch of the worm bin. I have been making our bins similar to your 6000, I use window screen, that have tiny holes, instead of vents. Our Euro’s love their home; they are happy, healthy and seen mating all the time. My garden children and I will try to make your invention this week – it looks great!

    • Bentley
    • November 30, 2009

    Thanks Brie – a ‘kindred (goofy) spirit’ – AT LAST!
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    Seriously though, your kind words are greatly appreciated, and I am very excited to hear about your great success with the Euros!!
    8)

    • mark
    • June 9, 2010

    Hi Bentley – another big fan of yours here! I loved this and I am going to read the pdf at leisure.
    Vermiculture is certainly something people seem to get obsessed with (I also have several worm systems on the go!)
    mark

    • Bentley
    • June 10, 2010

    Thanks Mark! You are definitely right about the “obsession”! There doesn’t seem to be any middle ground when it comes to vermicomposting. haha

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