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Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by Murrell, May 11, 2011.
Fess up now !
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110510/od_ ... n_bees_odd
In the words of shultz off Hogans Heroes. " I'ssssss noooooos nuthing"
What I want to know is...
why do criminals always seem to drive white vans?
That is a UK thing. Most delivery vans have no markings and are white panel vans.
That is funny because my Dad always eyeballed any white vans as potential thugs in the area.
White vans give me the creeps automatically because of this association. Once a friend and I were camping up in the Sierras, and we got creeped out because this guy had to camp in the space next to ours in an otherwise empty campground. Then he started chopping wood with an AXE. Of course, our imaginations started to run wild! So we had to set up lots of blocks to our tents (camp chairs, coolers, pots, and pans) in the hope that he'll run into it and make a racket before he starts murdering us.
Silly us, we could've moved our campsite. The next morning, we saw that he had a DOG with him. Now the association of a dog--an ok person, right? We wished he had seen the dog the night before!
That would **really freak me out** if someone camped right next to me in an empty campground and started chopping wood with an axe. =8-o
sooo how was he to chop his wood that would not be freaking everyone out.
A laser beam, but he should wear a tinfoil hat while doing it.
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I think it was the proximity of his camp to ours (think Ted Bundy). Plus, I'm female and much more suspicious than you menfolks! Right, Omie?
About 50-100 yards away from my tent, if it's an empty campground. :shock:
Exactly. I grew up in NYC, where every third person is a homicidal maniac. Axes send a definite message.