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beecan, would you agree that the same would extend to movie producers, directors, and stars?

Of course, but please do expand upon this question if you can.  Is it a matter of degree, maybe time since `influence` or maybe time since the hate speach occured, etc.?
  If you want to keep danks and give out bad advice that's okay. I just hope someone does there own homework. Hope you have a great Memorial Day weekend.

             BEE HAPPY Jim 134  :smile:
GENERAL BEEKEEPING - MAIN POSTING FORUM. / drones getting the boot
« Last post by trimman on May 26, 2017, 07:55:37 PM »
anyone no why my bees would be dragging out drones this early in the year
THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: The removal of confederate monuments
« Last post by iddee on May 26, 2017, 07:51:05 PM »
beecan, would you agree that the same would extend to movie producers, directors, and stars?
THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Manchester Atrocity
« Last post by iddee on May 26, 2017, 07:46:42 PM »
Cider, why do you buy insurance? Is it so you can create a tragedy and get paid for it? I don't think so. I think you buy it hoping it will be a waste of money that you never collect on, but it does make you sleep better knowing you have it. I carry a weapon for the same reason I buy insurance. Hoping I never need it, but want to be sure I have it if it is ever needed. A nurse here was just recently charged with another murder.   http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4544982/Angel-Death-nurse-indicted-baby-s-death.html

There are crazies everywhere, so yes, I carry anywhere I can legally do so. You never know where a tragedy may strike.
2nd yr. beekeeper. I built a trap and set it. Now the waiting game. I went with old brown frame comb with a little bit of honey comb and a store bought attractant. It's been a week. Thanks for your post. I'll keep an eye on it. *wink!*
« Last post by Oldbeavo on May 26, 2017, 06:52:11 PM »
Michael B
Simple way to get the box under the swarm is to get a few stones and throw them up towards the swarm, if the throw is reasonably straight up where the stone lands is about the spot to place the box. I know swarms don't always come straight down but a lot of the time the bees hit part of the box, never had a direct hit.
One serious problem with hate speech is that it encourages or emboldens illegal harmful physical action by some, who otherwise would not take that action.  Hate speech would likely be moderated if the speaker/influencer was also charged for the physical crime under conspiracy laws.  The `hater` could still say whatever he wanted, given the freedom to speech, but pay the same penalty as the criminal actor if it could be shown that his speech/blog/book/etc. likely influenced the criminal.
THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Manchester Atrocity
« Last post by cidersabuzzin on May 26, 2017, 05:50:20 PM »
If there aren't armed guards everywhere, I think your leaders are even dumber than I thought before.

A concealed carry permit is issued to very few, if any, crazies. I don't remember any mass shooting or armed robbery carried out by a concealed carry permittee. Could you give me an example?

Also, explain why there are fewer shootings where gun control is lax and more where gun control is strictest.

In the USA, that is.
 Could you explain why you feel it necessary to carry a concealed firearm? Are you scared of the people around you, of your local Nurse, Doctor would you take a weapon into an hospital/church/school or is it more about ego? The feeling of power that other people don't know your carring a concealed gun and you could easily kill them at anytime! Not that I think you would contemplate such a thing, but presumably such a thing has happened. Just sayin'as someone posted on this thread.
Ok so the new queen is doing great! lots of fresh brood.  I did notice some new construction further down in the hive.  So how in the world do I prevent a swarm so that I may be able to get some honey from my bees at some point?  I was all excited that I kept them alive and well this long and that I will have my first spring harvest.  Also I am experiencing my comb detaching from the frames and staying connected to the wall and or neighboring frames comb.  basically I was unable to fully inspect the hive because on some frames the comb was simply falling off/apart/staying connected to wall.

Odd that you have comb falling off of the frames.... Never heard of that in a normal hive setting.
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