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November 28, 2011

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

Urban bee-hive designed for apartment windows

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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"Gee dear, it'll be a great way to get honey for your morning tea!"

What's the big deal? I've gotten hives at Christmastime before.

I sure the condo association would just love to have a bee hive in a window.

Has queensbee approved this? I'm not touching it till she does. Or even afterward.

Most landlords will not let you install that.

So that means unless you own your place, forget about it!

And by the way, bears have been known to climb anything for honey.

Funny Man -- put up a goal line and the Bears will stop 20 yards away.

I saw this on another website last week, and I would seriously get this for my husband. He loves fresh, local honey (just like all men, ba-da-bump).

The hive will be a "conversation piece" for the neighbors of the earnest-but-clueless city beekeepers.

The perfect answer to the next door neighbor's indoor goat herd.

I might consider this if I could use it as a bargaining chip to get the cats out of the house.

The other side with the potted plant sort of looks like a urinal. I wonder what its purpose is.

NO DON'T OPEN THAT!!!!!

I spent years inspecting honey production and encountered literally tens of thousands of bees. I was driving off from one site once and had a bee crawl out of my shirt at the neck. Lord knows what she'd been doing in there.
But I never got hurt.
Bees sting?

Steve: I doubt it was a "she" in your shirt, and africanized bees are no fun; bee leave it.

It's all fun and games until the Killer Bees show up. Party over.

Being deathly allergic to bee stings, I will pass on this one.

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