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« Last post by Ben Framed on Today at 02:35:20 pm »
Member, I am sorry for you misfortune. Thank you for sharing this with us. This is educational to me. Let us know more as you learn more please. Thanks.

>Phil, I did not quote Jim.  Please reread the post.

Per your request I did reread. My apologies Brian. Per race in 149 you were referring to Mr Bush, not Jim. I will edit my reply 151, removing Jim and adding Mr Bush. ie

« Last post by jimineycricket on Today at 10:31:18 am »
   This might be a place to look for information on doing a spore count for Nosema.

THE 2ND AMENDMENT / Re: We need to remove the left from Power
« Last post by salvo on Today at 10:02:31 am »
Hi Folks,

How long before there's a knock on our doors?

We've reached the point where people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living.

Why is it that you have brought race into this? Jim did not mention any race, creed, or color. Unless he edited before I had a look and see above?
Phil, I did not quote Jim.  Please reread the post.  I mentioned race because it answers the question "What is the main problem within every metropolitan police force?"  Racism is the reason why some officers let the white folk in and took part in the shenanigans.  The police should not be defunded but they should definitely be purged from racism.  There should be a psychological test given to every student in law enforcement that weeds out racism.  It is easy to test for and you can't hide your inner self if the right questions are asked.  But you need to want to remove it from police enforcement.
Phil, I wish you would study how a gangster family comes to power, how it retains power and how difficult it is to prosecute gangsters for all the crimes they commit.  It becomes public knowledge that the gangster is guilty but they become untouchable to hold them accountable.  Then I would like you to study the life of DJT.  How he grew up, what he has said, what he has done.  The actions of a person defines the individual not their words.
« Last post by Brian MCquilkin on January 15, 2021, 10:58:31 pm »
Bob, fantastic shot lots of pollen. I'm jealous have about 8 weeks before I see the bees active in this neck of the woods.
THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Why Trump should not be reelected
« Last post by gww on January 15, 2021, 09:41:17 pm »
To me jesse just seems to be a moth drawn to the brightest flame.  Just watch.  Interesting fact, his brother started a pro trump organization.  No biggie, he is like the rest of the internet kings putting their crimes on the internet and now setting in jail.
THE COFFEE HOUSE ((( SOCIAL - ROOM ))) / Re: Why Trump should not be reelected
« Last post by Ben Framed on January 15, 2021, 09:04:04 pm »
gww I enjoy a good debate. You know and knew good and well before you wrote "your position is though out this thread, that the courts and the officials are crooked".  You know that is not true. I have fluently, many times responded to this false-hood and false accusation from you by quoting Mr Binal as he has said;  "Our evidence has never been refuted only ignored." Has his words changed? Has his position changed? Has he admitted to perjury or been accused of such? I feel I am at a great disadvantage of your word twisting. As this is not my method or desire.

To debate with you is not a normal debate, but a steady defence from a steady flow false accusations and word twisting. I am disappointed that you would twist Jims words and meanings aiming toward the end result of race. As Jim clearly never mentioned race or insinuated as much. Go back and read.

>You were also calling out hypocrisy of others in a discussion of justification or not of capitol protesters in these later responses today.  There has to be intent for that input from you.

I have not called out the hypocrisy of others, but I did question why would you bring up race. Jims' reference was about the media and congress. Jim did not say anything about race; but the unlawful violence of burning cities. As I quoted his statement and the fact that the mainstream media, or congress "never said a word"

> PS  To make the point even more, in your own highlighted statement, you posted this misleading thing.
that includes members of both sides which were photographed inside.
  Yea, right.

"Yea, right.": No my friend wrong. Jesse Sullivan is just one on the left. Do you know who Jesse Sullivan is? Has the left stream media mentioned him?
I will remind you, This is a FRIENDLY community where you can talk about any topic OTHER than Beekeeping. Please respect the feelings and cultures of others."
I have striven for this goal, in good faith. It is not fun or friendly to have every response to you turned and twisted into what you would like for it to mean instead of taking it at face value. Do you consider that good faith on you part?

HUMOR IS A FUNNY THING / Re: On The First Day...
« Last post by sawdstmakr on January 15, 2021, 09:02:06 pm »
« Last post by The15thMember on January 15, 2021, 08:38:10 pm »
This is " JUST A GUESS" but it looks and sounds like Nosema.  The symptoms you describe, starving with food and k wing are not unique to Nosema but it could be a cause.  Nosema effects the mid gut so that the bees cannot properly digest food.  The only way to tell for sure is to mush up the abdomens and look for a high spore count under a microscope.  Its actually pretty easy and you can find instructions to do it properly on university websites.  Or you could send a sample to a bee lab.  I used to check my own samples and once in a great while I would find a high spore count.  I don't it anymore because there isn't a cure for it anyway.  But for commercial beekeepers and breeders the information is more important for production.  Again,  I'm just guessing and could be totally wrong but I think reading and researching Nosema A,C would be of benefit to hobbyists.  As far as combining hives or placing over one another, I'm not a fan.  Unless I'm 100% sure both colonies are healthy.  I rarely find the need to combine hives.
Thanks, beesnweeds, I'll do some looking into that Nosema test.  I do have a microscope, so if it's not too complicated, I'm sure I could manage it.  I'm not going to put them over another hive, at least at the moment.  There's not enough bees in there to warrant a risk to a healthy colony. 
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