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been ages since i posted to beemaster but I'm also an amateur radio operator and do some black powder shooting and a home brewer ( it was my interest in mead that brought me here so many years ago) :cool:

I use to have a Thompson Center Hawkins rifle when I was young and I really enjoyed shooting it.  Glad to see you are still active here at beemaster 1frozenhillbilly..... It is a pleasure to see you members who joined whiles ago still posting here! Your profile shows you joined December 16, 2004! That is impressive in itself!

Phillip
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: What?s Cookin?
« Last post by Ben Framed on Today at 12:00:30 am »
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salvo
BTW: I took a photo of my Mimosa trees for Ben, but the pictures were *too big*, too many somethings, to post.
Sal

Thanks for the good thoughts and intentions Sal  :grin:
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Sleepy Joe
« Last post by Ben Framed on September 17, 2021, 11:53:47 pm »
Yes we have a good system here in America. I just hope this system is not further eroded with political fallout debris from 'terrany' of 'any kind', from any direction within. On the contrary, I have hope for a renewed fresh outlook which our RIGHTS which are 'guaranteed' under the Constitution will once again be rekindled. These rights must not be forfeited for 'ANY' reason. No matter the good intentions of those who might seek to do so because of whatever feelings or reasons involved. Whether from the left or right.

I suppose this is part of the reason why public officials such as Senators, Representatives, Armed Forces, Law Enforcement etc, swear an individual oath to protect our Constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic. Regardless of feelings. The document is not so complicated thought the world and Nation has become so. The laws and guidelines in the Constitution do not a have a name called Republican, Democrat, Liberitian, or even Whigs, or any other party; It does not have private interpretations, but simply be should be stamped 'American'.  Not just American in 'name' and 'pape'r only:  (AINO)...  But by Constitutional lovers and seekers who have sensed, tasted, appreciated and love the spirit of Rights, Freedoms, and Liberties as laid out by our Founding Fathers when this Prized, Treasured, and Cherished document was established. Any tyrannical suppression of questioning odd behavior and occurrences other wise which is guaranteed through our system by our system, should in itself be questioned and examined. Lest we forget; We been blessed to be a Nation of the people, by the people, and for the people. Unlike many nations who are nations of the government, by the government and for the government.






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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: What?s Cookin?
« Last post by The15thMember on September 17, 2021, 09:14:19 pm »

BTW: I took a photo of my Mimosa trees for Ben, but the pictures were *too big*, too many somethings, to post.

You probably need to resize them.  You can do it easily with an app like ResizeIt or Resizer, or with Paint on a PC. 

Hi 15,

Re: *...last of the cherry tomatoes...*

I grow these, Juliettes:

https://www.bing.com/search?q=juliette+tomatoes&form=ANNNB1&refig=784f25cff1a04ab391451d5ebf2d6ac6&sp=1&qs=AS&pq=juliette+tomatoes&sc=4-17&cvid=784f25cff1a04ab391451d5ebf2d6ac6

I'll be harvesting them ripe into November. Can't keep up, And in November I harvest the green ones for piccalilli!

I promise. I'll get a picture.

My mom grew those a couple years ago and we loved them, but she couldn't seem to find any around here this year or last.  We had a lot of our tomato plants go down early due to a mole this year. 
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Hobbies other than beekeeping
« Last post by 1frozenhillbilly on September 17, 2021, 08:47:37 pm »
been ages since i posted to beemaster but I'm also an amateur radio operator and do some black powder shooting and a home brewer ( it was my interest in mead that brought me here so many years ago) :cool:
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: What?s Cookin?
« Last post by salvo on September 17, 2021, 08:18:05 pm »
Hi 15,

Re: *...last of the cherry tomatoes...*

I grow these, Juliettes:

https://www.bing.com/search?q=juliette+tomatoes&form=ANNNB1&refig=784f25cff1a04ab391451d5ebf2d6ac6&sp=1&qs=AS&pq=juliette+tomatoes&sc=4-17&cvid=784f25cff1a04ab391451d5ebf2d6ac6

I'll be harvesting them ripe into November. Can't keep up, And in November I harvest the green ones for piccalilli!

I promise. I'll get a picture.

BTW: I took a photo of my Mimosa trees for Ben, but the pictures were *too big*, too many somethings, to post.

Sal
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I ordered some, but 1 more question. Is BT all the same? couldnt quite figure that out. And if it lasts forever it really wasnt that expensive.
It's my understanding that certain strains of BT are more effective against certain insect species.  The BT subspecies "aizawai" is the one recommended for wax moths.  I'm not sure if the other strains would work or not, but at very least I doubt they would work as well.   
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Sleepy Joe
« Last post by gww on September 17, 2021, 08:05:38 pm »
ben
Anyone who cheats and has not just made a mistake should be punished cause it is stealing.  If you wanted to argue with me on whether felons should be able to vote and such.  I would consider those examples of arguments as good faith where people may have legitimate differences on.

I just don't like the, can you prove this didn't happen, as having more merit then coming up with in context proof that something did happen.  We all have our superstitions and instinctual beliefs or takes on thing.  I am sure some of this is even something that at times helps us function better in life and other times can be used as tools against us.  When we actually get into actions that governments have to take to function, there has to be processes that function outside of superstitions and instinctual beliefs using history and provable data and things that are less reliant on just feelings.

This does not guarantee perfect outcome or making all happy but gives best chance for all to at least have a process that can be understood regardless of feeling. 

I watched a study of monkey tribes on pbs not too long ago.  I did not watch super close but one of the interesting things was that the member of the tribes that were most generous with each other were affected through out the whole tribe just as the selfishness would effect whole other tribes.  What does that say for peer pressure? :grin:  I guess the point of this comment is that governments have to have processes that both the selfish and the generous can at least understand how it works.  With our constitution, we rely on courts and our influence on legislators to work day to day and yet have ability to adjust as we go.  Adjustment may not be as fast as our instinct might push us but can at least be in a process we understand rather then me and my neighbor having to work it out with the biggest one winning every time regardless of justice being served or not.

This does not guarantee justice but does give avenue over time to seek justice.  Until I can think of a better system then this, I am not willing to give this one up.
Cheers
gww




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I ordered some, but 1 more question. Is BT all the same? couldnt quite figure that out. And if it lasts forever it really wasnt that expensive.
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THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Sleepy Joe
« Last post by Ben Framed on September 17, 2021, 06:55:26 pm »
gww
I agree with you from the point of  (I) onward. The rest was "what if" political mumbo jumbo. To be honest I jumped the gun when I posted this article. I usually read all what I post and this time I must admit I did not.  :oops:   I am going to go back and edit the post so the intent that I did read and intended in my  post concerning the Constitution part will not be lost. I was in a hurry and read the first part and copied and pasted without reading the rest. Shame on me...   :happy: My humble apologies for the confusion that could have been avoided.

Phillip
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