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 on: Today at 11:06:08 AM 
Started by kathyp - Last post by hjon71
the military is already seriously considering chipping.  it makes perfect sense.  a chip does not get lost, stolen, "borrowed".  medical info can be stored on it for easy access in the field. 

the info on chips in credit cards, which the us has been slow to adopt, could be stored on an implantable chip that could be slipped under the skin.  you don't lose it.  it doesn't get stolen.  a simple wireless update would take care of it. 

we are there. 

I would rather see them walk away than accept being chipped.
I could be behind on the technology but don't these implants all use RFID? Not very secure I think.

 32 
 on: Today at 11:05:47 AM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by Blacksheep
Well if you do open the hive tape the seams with duc tape that will stop the drafts>

 33 
 on: Today at 10:56:24 AM 
Started by hjon71 - Last post by Dallasbeek
Now that I used those words starting with I, a question:  usually, "in" starting a word means "not," so why do we use "flammable" and "inflammable" to means the same thing?

 34 
 on: Today at 10:51:40 AM 
Started by hjon71 - Last post by Dallasbeek
Almost any multi-syllable word would qualify, I suppose.  The dumbing down of America started with words, I guess.  Nowadays long words can't fit into a 140-character msg, so you have to learn a new kind of shorthand.

Trash80 was the TRS80 computer.  If that qualifies, then Olds, Packard, etc., would.

How about indisputably?  Inconsequential?  Incomprehensible?

 35 
 on: Today at 10:42:29 AM 
Started by Keith13 - Last post by Dallasbeek
I can't see an indictment happening.
I can see another "peaceful protest" gone wrong.
Bad weather in this case would be a blessing.

It mostly depends on what the prosecutor wants.  Grand juries are usually pretty easy to lead.  Only occasionally do you find an independent GJ that goes off the reservation.  Remember, too, that the GJ is made up of local people who live in the community.  An indictment is just a finding of probable cause to hold for trial.  (I worked with grand juries for 3 years as a prosecutor.  As a defense lawyer, I preferred bench trials (judge alone) for most cases -- this after a GJ had returned a true bill of indictment, of course.  I found judges to be more predictably unbiased, usually.  Of course, if a lawyer is looking for bias in his client's favor, he'll go with a jury Jerry)

 36 
 on: Today at 10:33:48 AM 
Started by Eric Bosworth - Last post by Eric Bosworth
OK... So last summer I lost bees to a bear. While I sit here in a tree with a gun waiting for Bambi should I shoot a bear if I see one? I have always wanted a bear skin rug. I have heard that bear tastes terrible and if I am not going to eat it I am not sure I could do a revenge killing just so I can get a rug. If I catch one in the act of eating my bees that is a different story.

 37 
 on: Today at 10:13:05 AM 
Started by jayj200 - Last post by Eric Bosworth
Gruber Polisie Reid
Why narrow it down so much? Interesting fact about Reid is that in 1998 he didn't lose reelection by less than 500 votes. Over 8000 people voted for none of these candidates. My Uncle voted for his opposition.

 38 
 on: Today at 09:53:49 AM 
Started by ApisM - Last post by rober
are you sure it's mold & not wax moth webs? if it is mold I have hosed the frames off, shaken off/out as much water as possible, & frozen them. after freezing I sprayed them with a very weak bleach solution, put them back in a hive body, & allowed them to air dry completely before storing them. if going back into hives right away I checker boarded them in. the bees finished any clean-up needed. the honey should not mold, just the wax.

 39 
 on: Today at 09:48:59 AM 
Started by ApisM - Last post by jayj200

I will go with that
where are the pictures?
one could do this freeze the combs and give some to your next hive
harvest the honey
scrape it off and discard the golden ooze
If however you decide to toss the stuff power wash the frames sun dry and your good to go.

 40 
 on: Today at 09:40:29 AM 
Started by Dave4559 - Last post by Eric Bosworth
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.

Forced to use? Nobody is forced to use foundation. Just don't use foundation at all. Bees lived without foundation for centuries and survived just fine. If you keep adding empty frames without foundation in the brood nest they will regress back to natural size after a few generations.

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