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 on: Today at 08:41:24 AM 
Started by kathyp - Last post by buzzbee
Googles reasons and the Feds reasons for data are not the same. Google sells ads.The internet thrives on ads. And most people agree to having the data collected at one point or another to use googles services.If you choose to use an android pjhone, you agree to a Google service.If you use I phone, you are subject to Apples terms of use.
The Fed has no business about where I shop or who I speak to ,or what I say. I never agreed to their using my information against me.
The Constitution was written to protect the people and the states by limiting the powers of the Fed. Pure and simple. It was not written to prevent Google from using data I agree to allow by using their services.
I think the cop killer could have been found much quicker with a small crew of people with a military type behind the scenes manhunt. Spending this much to prove a point is not justifiable.I think he was on the run for a while, doubt he was dumb enough to use wifi or cell service. Perhaps a good old am/fm radio to listen to news casts,and maybe a police scanner.
The unabomber stayed on the run a long time by being off the grid.

 on: Today at 08:41:20 AM 
Started by JP - Last post by sterling
That arctic blast was brutal.  Coldest spell so early in November that I can recall.  The river through our little town even froze over already.  There had been winters in the 90s and 00s where it never froze over at all.  Probably not a good sign for the rest of winter..... Sad

Speaking of Christmas lights, it might be about time to cue up Christmas Vacation.  Smiley

Globle Warming has reared it's ugly head. happy campers

 on: Today at 08:30:54 AM 
Started by Keith13 - Last post by buzzbee
I don't think this is a conservative/liberal issue. I think it is justice as the facts are presented.The matter at hand is that the facts will not support the agenda of the outside groups waiting to create a crisis. It's a shame the community of Ferguson will be left to deal with the aftermath of the social engineers.
When Al Sharpton is the Presidents contact in this area and the Holder justice department predisposed itself to taking the side of the Gentle Giant before the investigation had been completed ,the tone had already been set. They basically gave a green light to vigilante justice if the facts proved the outsiders wrong.

 on: Today at 08:23:43 AM 
Started by ApisM - Last post by buzzbee
A block of wax or even beeswax candles stored long term will get almost a powdery white substance on the outside.
The bloom ,if you will. Harmless.
Heres is a pic of red candles with a little bit of bloom:

 on: Today at 08:20:30 AM 
Started by don2 - Last post by buzzbee
The only time we feed pollen in the cold up here is to stimulate early brood rearing for early flows.

 on: Today at 08:14:02 AM 
Started by ApisM - Last post by davers
What is bloom on wax?

 on: Today at 08:10:36 AM 
Started by ApisM - Last post by buzzbee
Is it mold or just bloom on the wax? If the honey was capped  it may just be bloom.
What part of Canada is mite free? I would lessen the odds on hive beetles,but mites? They have been using oxalic acid as a mite treatment for quite some time, leading me to believe they most likely are not mite free.

 on: Today at 07:11:30 AM 
Started by Dave4559 - Last post by sawdstmakr
I am surprised that they cannot fit through. Yes, a hive will have different size bees but the pollen trap should have been sized for bees developed in 5.4 cell comb because that is what most beeks are forced to use. It is hard to find 4,9 cell, natural size, foundation.
I would go back to the manufacturer and talk to them about this problem.

 on: Today at 07:02:38 AM 
Started by Rmcpb - Last post by sawdstmakr
Were they real noisy when you opened the lid? A hive full of SHB is a good indicator of a queenless hive.
Are you saying that you are not allowed to light your smoker because of a fire ban?
That sounds extreme.

 on: Today at 06:54:31 AM 
Started by Keith13 - Last post by sawdstmakr
The evidence released so far shows the cop was more than justified IMO.  

I know some beeks think I’m a “leftist”.  I disagree, it’s the people supporting this thug kid who I classify as leftist; or far left.  Just like the other extreme, these folks simply refuse to accept data and facts over their world view.  The only outcome they will accept is guilty….regardless of facts.

If anybody deserves more scrutiny here it’s the parents of the thug.  Why didn’t they teach him to behave in a civilized manner in the first place?

Blue, sounds like you are starting to come over to the conservative side. grin

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