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  1. #21
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    >"stepped on a bee's nest"!

    I've stepped in a bumble bees' nest...
    Michael Bush bushfarms.com/bees.htm "Everything works if you let it." ThePracticalBeekeeper.com 40y 200h 37yTF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Bush View Post
    >"stepped on a bee's nest"!

    I've stepped in a bumble bees' nest...
    So have I, but that's not what they're talking about!
    "My wife always wanted girls. Just not thousands and thousands of them......"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elsa View Post

    Penguins in the Antarctic.
    And of all places the Galopogas!
    GeeB
    Life must be lived forward but understood backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEES4U View Post
    Here is a common misnomer: My bees have hatched out of their cells.
    The queen lays the egg.
    The egg hatches.
    The larvae goes through stages of metamorphoses.
    The baby bee emerges from the cell. Hopefully with out mites!

    BEES4U
    http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/hatch
    Verb: to emerge from an egg, chrysalis, or pupa

    Technically they hatch more than once....they do hatch out from a pupa.

    Sorry to get technical on you...we're almost through January!!

    rick

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    If people go to Hollywood to get there information on history or biology they have a 99.99% chance of getting bad information. The problem is a large number of people do just that. And after a while it becomes common known perceived fact and you will hear some newscaster on CNN tell the same information on the news.
    That is why I very much enjoy giving beekeeping lectures at local schools. Kids are very open to learn how things really work. And a great opportunity to get a lot of foolish notions about bulls having utters becoming what they really are laughable.
    The Busy Bee teaches two lessons: One is not to be idle and the other is not to get stung.

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