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Thousands Of Bees Attack Texas Couple, Kill Horses

 
trixagus horni

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Bees are defending themselves from beeing destroyed...

Just a thought

Without bees horses couldn't be alive anyway...

I am sorry for both

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So that's where all the bees went? That is a horrible way to go out. No doubt about that. But all summer so far bees are pretty scarce in MD. I have always seen lots of bees in my yard. Everything from wasps to yellow-jackets. I've seen maybe a handful of Bumbles and that's it. It's quite strange. Is this happening in other states?
 Quoting: LordNosferatu


It's happening in Norway!

I'm living in the forest and I haven't seen one - 1 - bee or wasp so far this summer! They used to be all over the place.

There's no problem having the window open at night with the light turned on inside either. There's hardly no insects at all!

And that scares the shit out of me!!!!!
 Quoting: Norse Viking


That's scary!
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So that's where all the bees went? That is a horrible way to go out. No doubt about that. But all summer so far bees are pretty scarce in MD. I have always seen lots of bees in my yard. Everything from wasps to yellow-jackets. I've seen maybe a handful of Bumbles and that's it. It's quite strange. Is this happening in other states?
 Quoting: LordNosferatu


It's happening in Norway!

I'm living in the forest and I haven't seen one - 1 - bee or wasp so far this summer! They used to be all over the place.

There's no problem having the window open at night with the light turned on inside either. There's hardly no insects at all!

And that scares the shit out of me!!!!!
 Quoting: Norse Viking


Wow. Yeah, I haven't seen many flies either. Yeah, they're annoying pests... but where did they all go? I've seen more spiders in my house than usual. Things are truly weird.
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07/27/2013 03:03 PM
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It's about time for them to start fighting back and defending themselves from the barbaric, brutal and genocidal human species.
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Looks like scientists from Brazil brought over African bees to mate with the Brazilian bees to make more honey. The result: these vicious bees. So it is human manipulation of bees that have caused this nightmare that is not letting up. They are moving north as our climate gets warmer. Interesting they call them African killer bees instead of Brazilian killer bees. Or at least a hybrid form of a name.
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07/27/2013 03:11 PM
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Looks like I won't be leaving the house without a bee suit anymore.
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Fuck bees.
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07/27/2013 03:14 PM
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haha

and you all thought that the bees were in decline.. another psyop bullshit corporate agenda.
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It's about time for them to start fighting back and defending themselves from the barbaric, brutal and genocidal human species.
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yeh right, people who lack understanding always try to personify it.
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That's a sad story.
Fear God and Dread Nought.
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Re: Thousands Of Bees Attack Texas Couple, Kill Horses
Bees are defending themselves from beeing destroyed...

Just a thought

Without bees horses couldn't be alive anyway...

I am sorry for both

hfhfhf
 Quoting: trixagus horni


what a load of bullshit

there are millions of insects that pollenate its not just bees you retard.
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[link to www.nbcdfw.com]

Conclusion: "Beauregard said she now encourages anyone who sees bees or a potential hive to have them eradicated to prevent an incident like what happened to her."

Read:
"Eradicate them fukkin nagger beez.

The thing whut rong with that jurnullist mersaydees wus it bin africunized."

Ugh. I make myself sick.
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A hazard of nature.
Not pleasant.
Too bad for the horses.
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they're more than likely africanized "killer bees"...very aggressive and spreading all over north america

so here is my question, could killer bees be a government strain created in some lab on plum island and let loose 30 years ago to colonize in mass numbers?

clappa
 Quoting: DROP D



this ^ very likely
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I read the article in the paper. Those horses were BEAUTIFUL!! The hive was 3' w x 5' tall. The woman who was attacked also lost 5 hens. She said, "What if they had attacked the nursing home down the street?"

oops2

As far wildlife ~ we have everything here. Although the least are the honeybees. We have wasps, hornets, dragonflies, even fireflies! Not as many mosquitoes this year as last year ~ which I am glad about.
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I read the article in the paper. Those horses were BEAUTIFUL!! The hive was 3' w x 5' tall. The woman who was attacked also lost 5 hens. She said, "What if they had attacked the nursing home down the street?"

oops2

As far wildlife ~ we have everything here. Although the least are the honeybees. We have wasps, hornets, dragonflies, even fireflies! Not as many mosquitoes this year as last year ~ which I am glad about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36648852


Omg, mosquitoes this year in north central TX are like, "My name is Inigo Montoya. You kill my fazzer. Prepare to die."

Been having bunches of fun with the huge locusts(?) outside of my work today. They all want to come in, but they can't come in. Errybody would be all, "Nooo! Locusts!"
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07/27/2013 03:42 PM
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Welp, looks like I found a new phobia.

Beinghunteddownbythousandsofbeesphobia
 Quoting: Rockarchy


melissophobia

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07/27/2013 03:47 PM
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We told you to deports them Africanized bee's and monkeys like 25 years ago UNCLE!.

Listen uncle,. my bananas is squealing sideways
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Re: Thousands Of Bees Attack Texas Couple, Kill Horses
Bees are defending themselves from beeing destroyed...

Just a thought

Without bees horses couldn't be alive anyway...

I am sorry for both

hfhfhf
 Quoting: trixagus horni


what a load of bullshit

there are millions of insects that pollenate its not just bees you retard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44134882


Yes, but whatever kills bees probably kills insects too.

The first time someone called me a 'retard'...thank you! hf
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I read the article in the paper. Those horses were BEAUTIFUL!! The hive was 3' w x 5' tall. The woman who was attacked also lost 5 hens. She said, "What if they had attacked the nursing home down the street?"

oops2

As far wildlife ~ we have everything here. Although the least are the honeybees. We have wasps, hornets, dragonflies, even fireflies! Not as many mosquitoes this year as last year ~ which I am glad about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36648852


Omg, mosquitoes this year in north central TX are like, "My name is Inigo Montoya. You kill my fazzer. Prepare to die."

Been having bunches of fun with the huge locusts(?) outside of my work today. They all want to come in, but they can't come in. Errybody would be all, "Nooo! Locusts!"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5711614


ok ~ you cracked me up with "My name is Inigo Montoya. You kill my fazzer. Prepare to die." LOL

But ~ they are not locusts ~ they are cicadas ;)
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Just horrible.
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they're more than likely africanized "killer bees"...very aggressive and spreading all over north america

so here is my question, could killer bees be a government strain created in some lab on plum island and let loose 30 years ago to colonize in mass numbers?

clappa
 Quoting: DROP D


they were brought here intentionally and bred with our own bees. That is common knowledge
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The description of her story is a nightmare :(

We've had a lot of bees where I'm at. But, nothing can compare to this story.
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They are cursed.
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they're more than likely africanized "killer bees"...very aggressive and spreading all over north america

so here is my question, could killer bees be a government strain created in some lab on plum island and let loose 30 years ago to colonize in mass numbers?

clappa
 Quoting: DROP D


they were brought here intentionally and bred with our own bees. That is common knowledge
 Quoting: green_girl


That tell you American ain't smart neither. Came toads down under was American disaster also... and there more.

laugh
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Bees dont attack for no reason. If they are swarming and the branch they congregate on breaks,,, they have no mercy...

My guess was that it was a windy day...
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They are cursed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36635530


Who or what?
Be careful when you fight the monsters, lest you become one.
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So that's where all the bees went? That is a horrible way to go out. No doubt about that. But all summer so far bees are pretty scarce in MD. I have always seen lots of bees in my yard. Everything from wasps to yellow-jackets. I've seen maybe a handful of Bumbles and that's it. It's quite strange. Is this happening in other states?
 Quoting: LordNosferatu


It's happening in Norway!

I'm living in the forest and I haven't seen one - 1 - bee or wasp so far this summer! They used to be all over the place.

There's no problem having the window open at night with the light turned on inside either. There's hardly no insects at all!

And that scares the shit out of me!!!!!
 Quoting: Norse Viking


Wow. Yeah, I haven't seen many flies either. Yeah, they're annoying pests... but where did they all go? I've seen more spiders in my house than usual. Things are truly weird.
 Quoting: LordNosferatu


They are all at my house here in Georgia. You are more than welcome to come get some of them.
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Africanised honey bees, known colloquially as "killer bees", are some hybrid varieties of the Western honey bee species, (Apis mellifera), produced originally by cross-breeding of the African honey bee A. m. scutellata, with various European honey bees such as the Italian bee A. m. ligustica and the Iberian bee A. m. iberiensis. The hybrid bees are far more defensive than any of the various European subspecies. Small swarms of Africanised bees are capable of taking over European honey bee hives by invading the hive and establishing their own queen after killing the European queen.[1]


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