Fuck bees up. .. you stupid cunt those are honeybees! that's like killing a harmless baby seal that gold nuggets!
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#31 - dungledoo (08/24/2013) [-]
you stupid cunt those are honeybees!

that's like killing a harmless baby seal that ***** gold nuggets!
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User avatar #187 to #167 - crazyhindu (08/24/2013) [-]
only if you've pissed them the **** off.
User avatar #181 to #31 - daentraya (08/24/2013) [-]
Honeybees are endagered and form a vital basis for a great percentage of our food production and wild plant life. I like bees. They could probably have called for a beekeeper to get that for them
User avatar #380 to #31 - thetoyscissors (08/25/2013) [-]
So a baby seal walks into a club
User avatar #134 to #31 - abachonk (08/24/2013) [-]
Excuse me sir, you seem to know the difference. Can you please tell me how to know which are harmless and which ones **** people up?
#211 to #134 - slowbroking (08/24/2013) [-]
I've always been interested in insects and considered Entomology as a career path. I didn't pursue it but I kept my hobby of researching various bugs and their behaviors. The differences between honey bees and wasps is much greater than you'd think. But three are more visible than the others. First off, wasps have very little hair, to the point where humans can't see it unless they get close enough to a dead one while honey bees have very furry and visible yet short hair. The second is that wasps have much brighter colors while the yellow on honey bees is much closer to gold or... well.. Honey. And third, when wasps are flying their legs are typically visible because they're a bit longer while a honey bee's legs will very rarely be visible when they're flying. Wasps can be nasty so it's better to use some raid or call an exterminator. Honey bees as well as bumblebees (Which you would never mix up with a wasp or honey bee simply because of their size) are typically docile unless provoked. It's better to leave them and their nests alone unless they're causing problems (Like being around children's play areas or in a dog house or shed or something). If they are in a bad area there are several specialists you could call to remove the bees. I'm sure you already know why you shouldn't kill them.
#293 to #211 - tkfeng (08/24/2013) [-]
that's not bing Google says
#294 to #211 - anisbanana (08/24/2013) [-]
Entomology! That's great because they just opened up an Entomology factory around the corner!
#333 to #294 - dangosevenonethree (08/24/2013) [-]
That 70's show reference?
#335 to #333 - anisbanana (08/24/2013) [-]
yup :]
#336 to #335 - dangosevenonethree (08/24/2013) [-]
Nice. I thought you were just being a dick before it clicked and I got it.
#432 to #134 - dungledoo (08/27/2013) [-]
slowbroking down there pretty much summed it up, but a little more info on the recognizing is that honeybees' hive combs go horizontal, meaning they make columns (see right) while above-ground wasps create a paper hive (see left) that goes vertical and in a spiral shape. typically wasps will fly around the hive in and out while honeybees will kinda hug it and create a ball around it, like in the OC. also, most (and by most I mean there are like two species that are not) wasps are carnivorous, while all honeybees are herbivorous, meaning wasps are much more likely to fly to you plate and try to eat your food whereas a honeybee would only come towards your food if there was honey or if you were wearing bright clothing. Although above all else, the easiest way to differentiate between a wasps and a honeybee is the visible amount of **** Up Your Day Energy they are expressing. if a honeybee gets near you it's only checking if you are a flower or something it can collect, and when it realizes you aren't, it apologizes, tips its tiny tophat, smiles through its little bushy mustache and monocle and tap dances away in a fit of joy. That means its FURD Energy is very low. Whereas when a wasp hovers near you, there is not a single thing going through its mind other than its hellbent mission to find the most ******** hole in your body of which it can bend you over something and rape you with. This means its FURD Energy is [big]OFF THE MOTHER ******* CHARTS. words cannot describe the amount of rape and hatred that wasps are spawned out of. their sole purpose in life is to **** YOUR DAY UP.[big]

I hope that helps.
User avatar #265 to #134 - commontroll ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Although, if they're Africanized honey bees... call an exterminator. You'll know by the sheer aggression of them. They're an abomination created by science, and they will attack you for being within 50 feet of their hive, and won't stop pursuing you until you're a mile away. And the whole hive will attack you over it.

Unfortunately, you can't tell them apart from regular bees other than the aggression. But European honey bees will be perfectly fine, with maybe the odd sting or two. They'll even land on you and not sting you. They only sting if you mess with them.
#407 to #265 - Rascal (08/25/2013) [-]
When you're eating outside and they come into your plate to eat your food, you try to make them go away and they consider this as messing

This can be really annoying

Still I like bees very much as I'm fund of honey. And I hope these were killer bees
User avatar #57 to #31 - afastsnail (08/24/2013) [-]
I can see your point. But if there were bee's nest near my children's play area, I would do the same thing.
#166 to #57 - thegofuckyourself (08/24/2013) [-]
you do know if those were actual honeybees, there are people who will pay you to let them take remove them and keep them.
User avatar #263 to #57 - commontroll ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Dude. Honey bees are disappearing. They're a highly important part of most ecosystems. And this is why they're disappearing. **** like this. Just be paid by a beekeeper to come and relocate them.
#389 to #57 - Rascal (08/25/2013) [-]
Hmm, just because you agree with someone's actions, doesn't make it the correct course of actions. And before "well just because you disagree doesn't make it wrong", to deal with any wild animal population, you should call a professional....because they most likely know what to do.
User avatar #359 to #57 - newforomador ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
Actually, these are completely harmless at the moment. I forget what user originally explained this, but when bees are like this it means that they are finding a new hive, or something like that. They're completely full of honey, and are completely docile. You could even pick them right up with your hand and have nothing to worry about because they won't sting you.
#9 - homm (08/24/2013) [-]

that's sad he should've moved the beehive after it's complete or at least just repel the honeybees by water or smoke
#49 to #9 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
What evidence do you have that they were honey bees?

They look pretty long, they were probably wasps.
User avatar #52 to #49 - ilovehitler (08/24/2013) [-]
The fact that he didn't die after the first thing.
User avatar #266 to #49 - commontroll ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Definitely honey bees. I've seen so many ******* yellow jackets, and they have much more vibrant colors than that. Also, wasps NEVER gather in colonies that large. Not that I know of. 50 or so is the largest most wasp colonies get if I'm correct.
#72 to #9 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
My parents' house had a really bad bee problem over the past few weeks where they couldn't even get into the house through the front door.
They ended up calling an exterminator who later discovered they were burrowed into the wall of the house near the front door.
It wasn't until after completely wiping them out and sealing off the hole they made into the wall that they were identified as honey bees.
A real shame since I know beekeepers in the area find them invaluable. :-/
#13 to #9 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
you're acting as if you wouldnt do the same
User avatar #21 to #13 - Kabutops (08/24/2013) [-]
i wouldnt kill them. honeybees are good for...earth....
it's those stinging wasp ************* that you kill
#36 to #9 - adobo (08/24/2013) [-]
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User avatar #429 to #36 - megatheman (08/25/2013) [-]
I would thumb you, but level restrictions and all...
User avatar #10 to #9 - hor (08/24/2013) [-]
No survivors.
#89 - grosstactics (08/24/2013) [-]
This scares me. Not the part of the bees just being there, but the fact that people are so afraid of bees. These are honey bees. They are in swarm mode. This is when their home hive becomes too populated and half the colony leaves. When they swarm like this, they don't attack. In fact, you can put your hand into the center and not get stung. The scary part is honey bees are necessary for us to survive. I know this because my family bee keeps. Give me red thumbs if you wish, but its not going to change the truth.
#431 to #89 - Rascal (08/25/2013) [-]
honeybees are not necessary to live artificial cultivation techniques are used to pollinate crops
#95 to #89 - fillthisspace (08/24/2013) [-]
Being stung by one would probably condition the phobia into you so that you stay away from them and don't get stung. Although flailing around doesn't help.
User avatar #127 to #89 - OoJesusoO (08/24/2013) [-]
Sometimes fear is a result of ignorance.
User avatar #264 to #89 - rockamekishiko ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
i always hate it when girls and even other guys freak out because there are bees around when one eats outside. They don't do **** unless you start slapping them away or squeeze them. I love bees.
User avatar #91 to #89 - viscerys (08/24/2013) [-]
If I get stung by a bee, I cease to function due to a horrifying allergy.
User avatar #97 to #91 - grosstactics (08/24/2013) [-]
So do many other people. But without bees you would also starve. kill wasps and hornets, But not honey bees. Besides, just stay away from them if your allergic. Bees are not born and raised to chase humans down and **** up their day.
User avatar #98 to #97 - viscerys (08/24/2013) [-]
I know. However, if bees were to go extinct due to reasons not caused by people, I imagine nature would go "Oh, **** ! We've gotta sort this out," and then evolution would cause other things to step up and pollinate and stuff. Just a theory I have, and feel free to pick it apart. In fact, I welcome it.
User avatar #101 to #98 - grosstactics (08/24/2013) [-]
last year the world lost over half its bee population, so you expect thousands of years of evolution will happen in a few years time?
User avatar #102 to #101 - viscerys (08/24/2013) [-]
Damn. I was proud of me theory. Anyways, you're right. However, I am still unclear as to how bees are required for our survival.
User avatar #105 to #102 - grosstactics (08/24/2013) [-]
Bees pollinate plants in mass amounts each day. Yes other bugs do pollinate, but not enough to keep up with demand. No pollination means no plants to feed animals and us. No animals means no meet. Think...life without bacon? There are actually a few really good documentaries that explain everything in detail. Its hard for people to believe how important something is when its not blasted on the media. But bees really are important. I know i sound like a preacher, but im just trying to clear things up in a professional manner.
User avatar #106 to #105 - viscerys (08/24/2013) [-]
Ah. Are bees dying out because of us, or is it just happening? I assume it's because pollution and stuff
User avatar #107 to #106 - grosstactics (08/24/2013) [-]
From what i have taken from the movies, its cause of us. And the crazy weather and **** storms like that.
#414 to #107 - Rascal (08/25/2013) [-]
Pollution, insecticides (in the fields mainly), killer bees and asian hornets are the main reasons I think. And weather.

There is like a third of our food that relies on bees directly I think but pretty much everything that needs pollinisation would not survive... And everything that need any of this would die too. This is a huge percentage of the biodiversity we know. I'm not an environmentalist but I feel very concerned about this..
User avatar #416 to #414 - grosstactics (08/25/2013) [-]
Its scary to think people don't believe losing honey bees is a problem.
User avatar #189 to #98 - daentraya (08/24/2013) [-]
The Earth will indeed, but it's quite a severe blow, nevertheless. And with severe i mean, holy ******* dahm the whole earth would need quite some time to write the whole strategy and figure things out again. The earth can also fix all the **** we've done to it in our years of heavy industrialization if we allowed it to, but beeees. I like bees. I like plant life, i like the planets life in general. Except wasps. I don't want them to die and take with them many more
#17 - toastedspikes (08/24/2013) [-]
I'm disappointed in this person, keeping in mind that the world's bee population is dying out rapidly, and also keeping in mind that pretty much the entire 			*******		 ecosystem depends on bees pollinating flowers, and thus helping us produce food.   
   
But do to wasps whatever you like. Those things are the lovechild of Satan and Hitler.
I'm disappointed in this person, keeping in mind that the world's bee population is dying out rapidly, and also keeping in mind that pretty much the entire ******* ecosystem depends on bees pollinating flowers, and thus helping us produce food.

But do to wasps whatever you like. Those things are the lovechild of Satan and Hitler.
User avatar #38 to #17 - slumberdonkey (08/24/2013) [-]
This is the repost of all reposts. It's been on the internet for years. We didn't know the population was dying until very recently.
User avatar #70 to #17 - onceman ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
I hear that 80% of our food is thanks to bees
User avatar #202 to #17 - hawaiianhappysauce (08/24/2013) [-]
Actually scientists are developing artificial bees than can polinate things using machine learning.
User avatar #267 to #202 - commontroll ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Last time science made a bee, it gave us the Africanized honey bee. No thank you.
User avatar #424 to #267 - hawaiianhappysauce (08/25/2013) [-]
But they are now building robotic bees.
User avatar #426 to #424 - commontroll ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
That's even worse! How can we fight them!?
User avatar #26 to #17 - Betabox (08/24/2013) [-]
There are a lot of other insects that can pollinate stuff, such as Beetles, flies, moths, butterflies and ants.

Larger animals can also pollinate stuff.
User avatar #44 to #26 - wersand (08/24/2013) [-]
Not even comparable in usefulness. Bees pretty much evolved to pollinate.
#249 - bronhije (08/24/2013) [-]
This ***** should have known!
User avatar #94 - cactusupthebutt (08/24/2013) [-]
If you look at it in reverse it's about hellborn bee's that attack an innocent bystander by throwing a metal beam at him with telekinesis.
User avatar #113 to #94 - cloudstrifeownsall (08/24/2013) [-]
It seems weird to me that you don't have more thumbs... I gave the first..may it start a flood for you.... (good thumbs)
#287 - tyrannosauris (08/24/2013) [-]
we actually need bees, their vanishing little by little. the only theory scientist have on their disappearance is pesticide. if all bees are gone we would have a huge decrease in Fruit, and Veggies. so save the bees.
User avatar #345 to #287 - smokekusheveryday (08/24/2013) [-]
Those bees who polleninate our **** im cool with
The ******* assholes who sting people..... They can burn or die from pesticide for all this **** i give
User avatar #408 to #345 - tyrannosauris (08/25/2013) [-]
are you talking about wasps?
User avatar #343 to #287 - rghrbogbaroy ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
As a worker on a cherry orchard i support this post.
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User avatar #28 - hotschurl (08/24/2013) [-]
Personally, i don't have a problem with bees. Wasps are the true ************* , they're like the evil twins of bees. No to mention hornets, but fortunately we don't have too many of those here in Germany.
#33 to #28 - laxwarriord (08/24/2013) [-]
Bees are the **** man, so lazy looking and care-free. Plus most of the time they wont sting back the male drones dont have stingers, so you can just enjoy watching as it floats on by
User avatar #34 to #28 - datgermanguy (08/24/2013) [-]
My hate for wasps is comparable to the energy of a thousand exploding stars.
User avatar #60 to #28 - heartlessrobot (08/24/2013) [-]
I actually like hornets more than wasps. A couple wasps were buzzing near my face one time and some hornets ******* came out of nowhere and killed their **** . And the hornets didn't bother me like the wasps.
#7 - SILENCEnight (08/24/2013) [-]
**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at Final Level Nigger ** Scientist here, given our current honey bee shortage situation in north america, this made me really sad.
#368 to #7 - countbleck (08/25/2013) [-]
that game...
that game...
User avatar #14 to #7 - goobyman (08/24/2013) [-]
what kind of scientist are you? i hate people who say they are scientists but don't say what type. there are thousands of types, you can't be all.
#19 to #14 - dragemit (08/24/2013) [-]
Some sort of beeologist, probably

biologist. beeologist. heh.
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#23 - imonaboatman (08/24/2013) [-]
If this were wasps, I wouldn't care. But 1/3 of U.S. bees died out in the past year (assuming he's in America). And, without bees, we're ****** . We seriously cannot survive without them.
User avatar #35 to #23 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
We can survive without everything. The human is largely independant upon anything other than ourselves and our technology.
Sure, there would be things that would become very difficult and perhaps impossible, but we would easily survive.
User avatar #117 to #35 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
"We can survive without everything"

lolwut
User avatar #120 to #117 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
If you're stupid enough to take that "everything" literally, then i'm sure you're some kind of clever monkey, and not a real person...
User avatar #122 to #120 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Well if I'm to not take that part literally I'll also have to consider the rest of your comment as a very, very bad joke.
User avatar #123 to #122 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Honestly, are people this stupid? Really? **** no, it wasn't a joke!
We can survive without alot of stuff. My point was that the absense of bees isn't going to cause us more than perhaps a slight irritation untill we figure out a way to fix it.
Was that really hard to understand?
User avatar #130 to #123 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
"We can survive without anything" - you just claimed you didn't mean that literally.

"The human is largely independent upon anything other than ourselves and our technology" - that's pretty much a different version of your first sentence.

"Sure, there would be things that would become very difficult and perhaps impossible, but we would easily survive." - as a whole, we have definitely not been "easily" surviving. In fact the more technology we bring into the equation, the worse off we get.

Honestly, while it does disappoint me when I hear about species going extinct because of humans, I don't really care about the whole debate about whether our lives would be easier or harder. I just don't like asshats like you that think humans are the greatest thing to ever exist.

User avatar #160 to #130 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Well. We are the greatest thing to ever exist. You can try to deny it all you wish, but its the truth. And honestly, denying it seems very disgusting and almost pervers to me.
Out intellects dwarfs even the smartest of animals and so does out civillisations.
We've mastered the art of creating life, and are on the verge of discovering how to create matter from energy, essentially creating something from nothing.

I'm not trying to say that species going extinct isn't a nuisance and something we should avoid, but to say that we wouldn't survive or that we aren't the most magnificent thing to ever happen upon this sorry rock, is just stupidly and defiantly ignoring the facts of reality.
User avatar #197 to #160 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
LOL we're the best thing that's happened to Earth?

I'm sorry but since when was blast-mining, deforestation, over-hunting, mass pollution, and just about everything else similar that we do a "good" thing for the planet? And the most intellectual? Everything that I've stated above is just us steering ourselves to our own doom. Not a very bright idea if you ask me.
User avatar #205 to #197 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
I never said it was good for the planet. I didn't even use the word "good". I said greatest.
We're the only selfaware and intelligent species on the planet, and the only one to deploy technology and science to further our goals. Therefor we are the grestest. Not due to out physical strength, but due to our smarts.

Sure, we should take care of the planet for as long as we need it, but we're making strides in space travel, so in a not-too-distant future, this planet wont be so important anymore. Thats literally the only reason i can see for why preserving the planet would be a nessesity. Sure, it would be costly as **** to bring everyone to a new world, even if we had one on hand, so thats another reason. So theres those two reasons, i supose.

User avatar #218 to #205 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
Saying that we're the greatest implies that we're good for it. And no, we're not the only intelligent ones here.

Also, that future actually IS extremely distant, as we are not making it to another system let alone another planet that fits us as well as earth any time remotely soon, considering the nearest star system is over 4 light years away. Sure, we could try to go to Mars or Venus, but we'd still need Earth to supply food for a hell of a long time in order to get them settled, and with the rate humanity is going, Earth would likely end up clean of resources before we finished with that.
User avatar #230 to #218 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
I disagree. Last time i heard, they were working on making actual space-time dilations under controlled circumsances in a lab. If they can get that to work, the notion of distance becomes all but irrelevant, and every corner of the universe is open to us.
I'm rather optimistic about it, as far as i can remember, the scientists were aswell.

You're right though. If we were to Teroform some planet, earth would be nessesary for some time.
User avatar #243 to #230 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
And exactly how long do you expect that **** to take when really, we are still primarily dependent on steam power?(coal, oil, and even nuclear electricity is generated by boiling water)
User avatar #253 to #243 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Well, if everything works out, and the experiments function as they should, the transportation would be near instant.
User avatar #269 to #253 - hydraetis ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
I mean how long until they're actually able to get it to work reliably on a large scale without the lab.
#213 to #160 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
You have one of the most debased views of science I have seen on this site. We have never "mastered the art of creating life". When did you hear that? We can't even engineer the simplest networks of biomolecules, let alone life. And learn physics, because energy is most certainly not "nothing".

As for us, okay, yes. Of all life we know, we are the most intelligent, the most enduring, and the most technologically advanced. But "we're awesome!" doesn't mean we can survive without basic necessities like food, water, and shelter. It's quite humbling to know that an insignificant microbe can potentially wipe out a billion of us.
User avatar #219 to #213 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Normally, i just ignore the filth ridden anons, but this one irked me.

I may have been alittle liberal with the "creating life" thing. But from my knowledge of it, i think Stem Cell research and cloning fits under that description, atleast alittle.

And i'm ******* aware that energy isn't nothing. But its the closest to creating "something from nothing" that its possible to get. thats why i made that referance. Dont try to act all smug and assume i dont know my **** .

Also, grow some ******* balls and log the **** in, you filthy anon.
#250 to #219 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
I understand where you were coming from now. At least we're done with that.

However, I don't understand why the fact that I'm an anon has anything to do with the discussion. I've had several accounts in the past, and I'm not opting for another one. Sure, the label fits the usual ********* who constantly troll or spam or just go full retard. But as a discussion, person-to-person, I don't think it should matter.
User avatar #257 to #250 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
I guess you're right. I supose it stems from the fact that, without an account its like the opinions expressed dont have a face to associate them with. And that makes it look like the person is so insecure of the strength of their arguement, that they'de rather remain anon.

Thats my thoughts, anyway.
User avatar #436 to #160 - defiantly (09/06/2013) [-]
You probably meant to use "definitely".
User avatar #437 to #436 - krobeles (09/07/2013) [-]
So let me get this straight. You reply to a comment that happened last month, to try and correct my spelling of a word i didn't intend to use?

No. I didn't mean to use "definitely", i meant to use "defiantly", as in;

"de·fi·ant (d-fnt)
adj.
Marked by defiance; boldly resisting.

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de·fiant·ly adv"

Next time you attempt to be part of the chancer ridden grammar police, at the very least know what the **** you're talking about. Asshole.
User avatar #128 to #123 - capricore (08/24/2013) [-]
You could do without the internet.
User avatar #43 to #35 - wersand (08/24/2013) [-]
You're a ******* idiot. Bees pretty much pollinate everything on the planet. Bees are not a real problem, unless you know we cross breed them because we're ******* idiots.
User avatar #96 to #43 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
So what? You seriously believe that we couldn't survive without them? We're ******* gods on this planet. The absence of some little insignificant insect isn't going to do much more than slow us down a bit.
User avatar #108 to #96 - wersand (08/24/2013) [-]
Yea, your idiocy is much worse than I though.
User avatar #112 to #108 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Well then, explain it to me you asshole. Dont just try to act smug and superior by feigning knowledge and enlightenment. You'll only look like, well, an asshole.
User avatar #214 to #112 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
I think we could happily survive without you, that's for sure.
User avatar #223 to #214 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Sure you could. And thats part of my point. There is very little that can be done to even slow us the **** down. If you killed about one forth of all human beings on the planet, i dont think any of us would even notice untill somebody told us.
User avatar #229 to #223 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
I really think you should stop posting.


News will tell us, instantly.
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User avatar #235 to #232 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
Too funny, how old are you 14?
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User avatar #239 to #237 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
Haha still pretty immature for a 20 year old, just chillax man, we're all here for entertainment and funny stuff. You can still just go join your mates surely? Just don't drink.
User avatar #241 to #239 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Sorry dude. Promised the Anon i wasn't continue arguing with you.

We can change it to a civil discussion though.

I think people at bars who dont drink gives a kinda creepy vibe, y'know? Its like, "We're basically here to get drunk. Why isn't he?". I wouldn't want to be _ that_ guy.
User avatar #245 to #241 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
Just go with them and talk to them, they're your mates. They'll want you around them as you want to be around them. Passive thoughts, don't even think about other peoples opinions on you. Even here on fj, but still I try and go with the flow here because if you step outta line, you'll get down thumbed to oblivion. Thanks for your apology anyways.

Don't let it bring you down man.
User avatar #255 to #245 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
I dont know man. My Ex is there aswell, AND the girl i'm currently sexing up. My Ex dosen't know that though, but i still think it would be very strange without alcohol.

And dude, i know the "dont let others people opinions get you" is an admirable aspiration, but you have to agree that you cant run that stuff 100%. I try too, but i am concious of how i'm percieved to a certain degree, and would perfer not to be seen as a creeper.
User avatar #262 to #255 - dubii (08/24/2013) [-]
**** your ex, she's not your gf anymore for a reason. Just go and party with the girl you got sextings with and have fun. Anyways I got an early start tomorrow goodnight.
#236 to #232 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
If you hadn't already, please ignore him. And get back to the serious discussions about humanity, resources, and science. I hate the silly poking back-and-forth that happens on this site.
User avatar #238 to #236 - krobeles (08/24/2013) [-]
Hm. Good point. Alright. I'll conciet on this one. By the will of Anon!
#198 to #112 - Rascal (08/24/2013) [-]
Do you know what a bee does? It pollinates. It flies around and pollinates **** . Without it, many plants would die out without new ones replacing it. No plants means the entire food chain collapses, and food becomes very scarce.
User avatar #423 to #112 - wersand (08/25/2013) [-]
A world without bees. Imagine artificially inseminating your crops. This is doable, and some might argue that is all we need to do to survive. (Bees are currently responsible for ~70% of crop pollination.)

Now think about your wild flowers. Bees are responsible for around ~90% of wild plant pollination. Lets say we only lose 50% of our wild plants over the course of a year. And then it keeps happening.

I just have no idea while you're downplaying the importance of a declining bee population. This is a real international problem.

Also "Gods," let me scoff at you one more time. Just wait for the lovely Yellowstone to erupt and we'll see how godlike you feel then.
User avatar #430 to #423 - krobeles (08/25/2013) [-]
I'll probably feel like dying, yeah. But that wasn't my point. I said "we" as in "The entire human species". If/when Yellowstone erupts, many will die sure, but many more survive. And those survivors will retake the world. Sure, it'll be a major setback, and it'll slow us down a bunch, but nothing we dont survive.
That is my point.
#80 to #23 - spacemasterfive (08/24/2013) [-]
we can survive without bees, but we'd loose most of our flowers and fruits
#400 - fuckoatmeal (08/25/2013) [-]
** *********** rolled a random image posted in comment #4289040 at Click an item and pick it up ** mfw a waste of honey
#289 - windmagevaati (08/24/2013) [-]
Poor bees
#40 - bcsaint (08/24/2013) [-]
it's sad, i don't think i have ever been this happy with how my life has ended up as much as this guy
User avatar #304 - comexx (08/24/2013) [-]
I actually feel bad for the bees.
#324 to #304 - ajweston (08/24/2013) [-]
You've probably never run over a foot diameter hole full of them with a lawn mower.
You've probably never run over a foot diameter hole full of them with a lawn mower.
User avatar #329 to #324 - comexx (08/24/2013) [-]
No, but I sure as hell got a ******** of delicious home-made honey out of them!
Yes I've been stung a lot by them, but it doesn't hurt that much, you just need to get in the house where they can't get you and remove the sting.
#337 to #329 - ajweston (08/24/2013) [-]
I guess to be fair what I killed were yellow jackets which wikipedia just informed me are actually wasps. So I recant any inferred hate on bees and would like to say **** wasps.
User avatar #339 to #337 - comexx (08/24/2013) [-]
Yeah **** wasps those ***** are practically useless and their sting, well, stings a lot. I mean a bee's sting stops hurting after a couple of hours, but that **** hurts as **** for three days.
User avatar #340 to #329 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/24/2013) [-]
These aren't honey making bees.
User avatar #341 to #340 - comexx (08/24/2013) [-]
Well, they are still very important for polinating plants.
User avatar #382 to #341 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/25/2013) [-]
The death of a single nest is not detrimental to the environment.
User avatar #385 to #382 - comexx (08/25/2013) [-]
The death of a single nest, penguin, dolphin, whale, it all lines up one by one they go extinct.
User avatar #392 to #385 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/25/2013) [-]
Though I do not support the killing of any animal, big or small...
there are plenty of other things to pollinate plants.
Lots of other, non-aggressive, non-deadly things.
User avatar #395 to #392 - comexx (08/25/2013) [-]
Yeah, but do those things give you sweet, sweet honey?
User avatar #396 to #395 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/25/2013) [-]
Again... these bees in particular are not honey bees.
User avatar #402 to #396 - comexx (08/25/2013) [-]
Meh, I was just looking for an argument because I like arguing with a person that actually has some sense and because I like bees.
And spiders, I also like spiders.
User avatar #403 to #402 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/25/2013) [-]
I also enjoy arguing, and bees and spiders.
But not the spiders with thin little legs... I don't know why, but I hate those kind.
#110 - urghseventysix (08/24/2013) [-]
Easier way
Easier way
#3 - bminous (08/24/2013) [-]
>HFW the bees come back for revenge
>HFW the bees come back for revenge
#209 - thefirespike (08/24/2013) [-]
No wonder they started going back to Melissa Majoria.
No wonder they started going back to Melissa Majoria.
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