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(BBC)   Teeny tiny saddles, itty bitty lassos, and an EpiPen the size of Texas   ( ) divider line 5
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2013-05-26 09:14:20 AM  
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Oh, and they get all slow and un-stingy for a couple of reasons.  First, they gorge themselves on honey in preparation to move to a new location, which makes them a bit groggy.  They eat as much honey as they can hold in an attempt to bring their resources with them.  Second, in their tiny little minds, their hive is going up in smoke and they've basically written it off and are preparing to find another one.  They don't want to sting you and die defending a hive that they're preparing to abandon.  That's also why bees don't typically sting while swarming.  They don't yet have a home to defend.  When you stop smoking them and the air clears they start going back to business as usual and sometimes you have to smoke 'em again.
2013-05-26 09:43:48 AM  
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hardinparamedic: Ah, epinephrine. Even a rock can be given a pulse with high enough doses.

That and your nebulizer full of uncle Al to keep it rolling when it does.
2013-05-26 09:28:53 AM  
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Ah, epinephrine. Even a rock can be given a pulse with high enough doses.
2013-05-26 09:04:21 AM  
1 vote:
Bob's your uncle.
2013-05-26 08:13:53 AM  
1 vote:
You have any idea how tough it is to brand those suckers?
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