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(AZ Family)   Landlord said he would get rid of a beehive at his apartment but never did. And he would have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for that meddlesome television reporter   (azfamily.com) divider line 53
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2014-03-15 10:25:00 AM  
God god, the inital post in the comments is "stand your ground derp". What a flaming asshole.
 
2014-03-15 10:26:00 AM  
FTA: "Djordejvich's wife also confronted the 3TV crew, denying the hive's existence while apparently looking right at it.
"It's fixed," she insisted."


Assault, battery and pathological lying, all in front/on a news reporter. Sounds like future Republican Politicians.
 
2014-03-15 10:26:59 AM  
Djordejvich's wife also confronted the 3TV crew, denying the hive's existence while apparently looking right at it.

Nice to here from another responsible climate denier.
 
2014-03-15 10:28:31 AM  
"It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.
 
2014-03-15 10:30:46 AM  
He was saying BEEF... he was flashing back to the 80s

www.volnation.com
 
2014-03-15 10:30:55 AM  
Those African hybrids are aggressive little Farkers
 
2014-03-15 10:34:35 AM  

Abox: "It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.


Or, spend 5 minutes googling to find your local beekeeping association.  Most clubs have a list of guys who are thrilled to get 100 bucks worth of bees in exchange for an hour or two of work.
 
2014-03-15 10:34:55 AM  
There is a future in politics for this guy.
I can just picture him so clearly, filibustering his way to Congressional fame.

/Lebron would be proud of that photog's flop, priceless
 
2014-03-15 10:35:21 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-15 10:37:16 AM  
I'm surprises that this wasn't Utah.
 
2014-03-15 10:37:48 AM  
Look here honey....
 
2014-03-15 10:37:55 AM  
Can of Raid and call it a day

$5
 
2014-03-15 10:40:02 AM  
static.gamespot.com
/approves
 
2014-03-15 10:41:05 AM  
Sorry, but the bees are more important than the people anyway. People need bees to survive. Bees don't need people to survive and would appreciate if we'd stop this winged holocaust.
 
2014-03-15 10:41:49 AM  

EdNortonsTwin: Those African hybrids are aggressive little Farkers


Seems more eastern European than African.
 
2014-03-15 10:42:37 AM  
Beeghdad Bob!
 
2014-03-15 10:44:06 AM  
The tenant should have remained anonymous.
 
2014-03-15 10:45:36 AM  
thatboyoverthere: FTA: "Djordejvich's wife also confronted the 3TV crew, denying the hive's existence while apparently looking right at it.
"It's fixed," she insisted."

Assault, battery and pathological lying, all in front/on a news reporter. Sounds like future Republican  current Democrat Politicians.
Easy fix, you're welcome.
 
2014-03-15 10:47:04 AM  

dantheman195: Can of Raid and call it a day

$5


Inside a wall?  Sure, but once the bees are dead, the mice will take up residence.  Gotta cut it out or you're just delaying/compounding the problem.
 
2014-03-15 10:47:27 AM  
WOW. The shiat that gets greened these days.
 
2014-03-15 10:50:38 AM  

BumpInTheNight: Djordejvich's wife also confronted the 3TV crew, denying the hive's existence while apparently looking right at it.

Nice to here from another responsible climate denier.


What?!
 
2014-03-15 11:04:05 AM  
Nuke that POS "motel" from orbit.
 
2014-03-15 11:05:22 AM  
Ok, the owner is a jerk but that cameraman must be a soccer player for a flop like that.
 
2014-03-15 11:06:26 AM  

djh0101010: Abox: "It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.

Or, spend 5 minutes googling to find your local beekeeping association.  Most clubs have a list of guys who are thrilled to get 100 bucks worth of bees in exchange for an hour or two of work.


Sure, that falls under 'get rid of it'
 
2014-03-15 11:07:33 AM  

Oliver Twisted: Ok, the owner is a jerk but that cameraman must be a soccer player for a flop like that.


Na, that there is NBA skill. Bet he used to play. They like tall photographers.
 
2014-03-15 11:09:08 AM  

Abox: djh0101010: Abox: "It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.

Or, spend 5 minutes googling to find your local beekeeping association.  Most clubs have a list of guys who are thrilled to get 100 bucks worth of bees in exchange for an hour or two of work.

Sure, that falls under 'get rid of it'


"Fixed" is a can of foam crack sealer. You can see it oozing on the vid. Bees eat that zhit for breakfast.
 
2014-03-15 11:15:23 AM  
Not much happening in Mesa is there.

"We interrupt your regular broadcast, to update you on the "Great Mesa Bee Crisis - Day 2. Our cameraman was knocked on his ass crisis."  This is a view of the scene, from the 3TV Copter and, as  you can see, there are people are milling around, probably terrified. Plus, there could be dog and cats in danger.  Team coverage begins with Mabel and Jojo, at the 3TV Bee Crisis Command Center, located in the parking lot of a Dollar Store, about a block for the motel, followed by Charlie, who explain how the weather affects the bees and how the bees affect the weather, plus an update on possible wind chill readings plunging into the 60's tonight......
 
2014-03-15 11:17:35 AM  
Djordejvich told 3TV the problem had been taken care of...

There are no b's in the Russian alphabet.  Problem solved!
 
2014-03-15 11:22:20 AM  
DigitalCoffee: Seems more eastern European than African.

I see what you did there.jpg
 
2014-03-15 11:22:38 AM  

rkiller1: Djordejvich told 3TV the problem had been taken care of...

There are no b's in the Russian alphabet.  Problem solved!


The name sound Southern Slavic to me, not Russian.
 
2014-03-15 11:38:23 AM  

djh0101010: dantheman195: Can of Raid and call it a day

$5

Inside a wall?  Sure, but once the bees are dead, the mice will take up residence.  Gotta cut it out or you're just delaying/compounding the problem.


No, you just send in cats to get rid of the mice.  Problem solved.
 
2014-03-15 11:39:24 AM  
FTA: "Djordejvich's wife also confronted the 3TV crew, denying the hive's existence while apparently looking right at it. "It's fixed," she insisted."

This is not about the dog.


 i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-15 11:41:54 AM  

NeoCortex42: djh0101010: dantheman195: Can of Raid and call it a day

$5

Inside a wall?  Sure, but once the bees are dead, the mice will take up residence.  Gotta cut it out or you're just delaying/compounding the problem.

No, you just send in cats to get rid of the mice.  Problem solved.


Then send in dogs to get rid of the cats.  Then bees to get rid of the dogs...
 
2014-03-15 11:42:27 AM  

NeoCortex42: djh0101010: dantheman195: Can of Raid and call it a day

$5

Inside a wall?  Sure, but once the bees are dead, the mice will take up residence.  Gotta cut it out or you're just delaying/compounding the problem.

No, you just send in cats to get rid of the mice.  Problem solved.


And then, what of the cats?

/she's dead, of course...
 
2014-03-15 11:53:21 AM  
Now that's a slow news day. I can't believe they didn't use some variation of the phrase "what's all the buzz about"
 
2014-03-15 11:59:30 AM  

djh0101010: NeoCortex42: djh0101010: dantheman195: Can of Raid and call it a day

$5

Inside a wall?  Sure, but once the bees are dead, the mice will take up residence.  Gotta cut it out or you're just delaying/compounding the problem.

No, you just send in cats to get rid of the mice.  Problem solved.

And then, what of the cats?

/she's dead, of course...


Lure the cats out with a bird on a string, obviously.
i1046.photobucket.com
 
2014-03-15 12:05:02 PM  

NeoCortex42: No, you just send in cats to get rid of the mice. Problem solved.


Let me know when you figure out what to do with the frozen gorillas.

/bbq?
 
2014-03-15 12:39:33 PM  
The headline mentions a hive, but there is no hive in any of the photos.  We see a corner of the building that was sloppily sealed with Great Stuff, and a very minor swarm on some siding.

If you are a renter with an allergic girlfriend?  Why would you wait weeks for the landlord to do it?  Go buy a can of spray and do around your apartment.  $5 and 5 minutes of time and you are done.
 
2014-03-15 12:40:41 PM  
Geesh, If I was a tenant there I would have just gone down to the damn store and got some wasp killer.

Oh, they are bees? Crap.
Isn't there a bee keeper nearby that could collect them?
 
2014-03-15 03:04:55 PM  
Mr. Burns (threateningly): I suggest you leave immediately.

Homer: Or what? You'll release the dogs or the bees? Or the dogs with bees in their mouths and when they bark, they shoot bees at you? Well, go ahead: Do your worst!
 
2014-03-15 03:08:25 PM  

MylesHeartVodak: The headline mentions a hive, but there is no hive in any of the photos.  We see a corner of the building that was sloppily sealed with Great Stuff, and a very minor swarm on some siding.

If you are a renter with an allergic girlfriend?  Why would you wait weeks for the landlord to do it?  Go buy a can of spray and do around your apartment.  $5 and 5 minutes of time and you are done.


The hive is in the walls. And I can tell that you've never dealt with any Africanized bees. Beside all of that, when you pay rent, that's what part of it is for. "Pansies that complain to their landlord about a leaky roof. I'd just get up there and reshingle it myself!"
 
2014-03-15 03:28:08 PM  
Sounds like a slum lordish chap.  Lock him in a room with his non existent bees.
 
2014-03-15 03:30:49 PM  
A sprayer with soapy water will fix that real fast.e the abilir=ty to fly with the soap gumming them up, and afterwards, washes away. No problem there. You don't need a B52 capet bombing the place to get rid of them.
 When a large hive took up in my deceased grandmothers house, that's what we did. The hive was in a center wall of the house. Never feared getting stung.
 
2014-03-15 03:46:48 PM  
Did not watch the video, but in defense of the owners, I had a swarm set up shop in the wall by my front door. I  found a beekeeper to remove the hive and close the wall back up. They don't usually get all the bees, the remainder will die after one generation (1 month, can't remember) and they hang out there looking for the queen until they do die. With soapy water I killed 3-400 bees and some still remained for about a month. So maybe they had the hive removed...
 
2014-03-15 03:58:37 PM  

ozman: Did not watch the video, but in defense of the owners, I had a swarm set up shop in the wall by my front door. I  found a beekeeper to remove the hive and close the wall back up. They don't usually get all the bees, the remainder will die after one generation (1 month, can't remember) and they hang out there looking for the queen until they do die. With soapy water I killed 3-400 bees and some still remained for about a month. So maybe they had the hive removed...


Fair enough. But the landlord did not help his case by saying "What bees?" when the reporter pointed at a fair sized ball of bees gathered at the entrance to the hive...
 
2014-03-15 04:35:45 PM  

djh0101010: Abox: "It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.

Or, spend 5 minutes googling to find your local beekeeping association.  Most clubs have a list of guys who are thrilled to get 100 bucks worth of bees in exchange for an hour or two of work.




AFAIK, apiarists are happy to come and collect bee swarms that have moved to a tree, or something similar. They can get the queen, and the workers can follow. With a hive such as this one, you aren't going to get the queen without tearing into the walls. I don't think they'd be interested. I could be wrong about this.
 
2014-03-15 05:02:49 PM  

Repo Man: djh0101010: Abox: "It's fixed," she insisted.

That's the problem...you don't 'fix' a beehive unless you're a bee. You get rid of it.

Or, spend 5 minutes googling to find your local beekeeping association.  Most clubs have a list of guys who are thrilled to get 100 bucks worth of bees in exchange for an hour or two of work.

AFAIK, apiarists are happy to come and collect bee swarms that have moved to a tree, or something similar. They can get the queen, and the workers can follow. With a hive such as this one, you aren't going to get the queen without tearing into the walls. I don't think they'd be interested. I could be wrong about this.


Maybe I'm just a newb, but, 5 times last year I lost out on a chance at this, 1 time I scored a free hive worth of bees.

That said, I'm in Midwest USA, not the desert, so the African bees aren't a thing here.  Also, that also said, 90% of my friends and family requests to take care of bees, end up with them sending me a picture of a paper wasp nest, and me sending them to the hardware store for name-brand wasp killer and instructions to not stand directly underneath.  The Sheriff's Department has me down to capture bee swarms if it comes up, nothing has come of that yet in 2 years.

Also I've never called myself an apiarist.  That does not seem like a cromulent word, to me.
 
2014-03-15 05:49:47 PM  

ozman: Did not watch the video, but in defense of the owners, I had a swarm set up shop in the wall by my front door. I  found a beekeeper to remove the hive and close the wall back up. They don't usually get all the bees, the remainder will die after one generation (1 month, can't remember) and they hang out there looking for the queen until they do die. With soapy water I killed 3-400 bees and some still remained for about a month. So maybe they had the hive removed...


If I remember my high school biology correctly, if they lose a queen, surviving bees could feed any larva royal jelly and get a new queen.  (usually several so they fight)  So if it worked, the soap must have decimated the eggs/larva too.
 
2014-03-15 05:57:28 PM  
 
2014-03-15 06:02:06 PM  
All I've gathered from this thread is the next time I have a wasp nest I need to contact the Bee farmers and get them to take it away.
 
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