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  1. Beeswax oil? Beeswax fragrance? Extract? What?

    Hello everyone, I haven't been here in awhile but I figure you all are just the people to solve this conundrum for me.

    A friend of mine insists that there is a naturally derived "beeswax fragrance...
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    I am close to White Oak Bayou and to a nameless...

    I am close to White Oak Bayou and to a nameless smaller bayou that dumps into White Oak eventually. smile.gif

    Thanks for letting me know, Tecumseh! I will have to jump in on that helping.
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    Ouch, randy, why are you punishing me?

    Ouch, randy, why are you punishing me?
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    No, Bayou City is the nickname for Houston ...

    No, Bayou City is the nickname for Houston smile.gif The city is full of bayous. I am inside the Loop and have two bayous within a shouting distance.
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    She sounds pretty awesome to me. It seems like...

    She sounds pretty awesome to me. It seems like your Russians need to be kept busy, or they get aggro. I would just keep splitting when the hive gets too big to be kept busy.
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    I agree with the people above- this is not good...

    I agree with the people above- this is not good business practices. I would dispute the charge (not to remove the charge entirely, but to change it to the agreed-upon amount) and not do business...
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    Hi, I am new to the forum (been lurking a while,...

    Hi, I am new to the forum (been lurking a while, just now started commenting) and since I have begun posting comments, I thought I should let people know who I am.

    I have wanted bees for years but...
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    JohnBeeMan- tomato leaves actually are poisonous...

    JohnBeeMan- tomato leaves actually are poisonous if eaten (however, by the 18th century, the fruit was no longer thought to be poisonous.) They should not be consumed. Oleander is also poisonous-...
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    The sap of oleander is poisonous if eaten, and...

    The sap of oleander is poisonous if eaten, and can be irritating to the eyes and skin, but if the nectar was poisonous, the bees would die from consuming it. If the bees can eat it and make honey...
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