Re: Lawyer's advice
Well, this is the last post I am going to make on this subject
for we are a Beekeeping Group, not a Civil Rights Group.
Opinions Vary, you are intitled to yours, and I am intitled to
Have a great Weekend!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Shanta McBain <shanta@f...> wrote:
> On June 30, 2005 03:58 pm, Sharon Lee wrote:
> > Shanta,
> > I have entered the Human Race and it is filled with RATS.
> > I have had people steal from me, deface my property and now am
> > dealing with a person who thinks it is OK to smash my Mailbox
> > Bat, when he or she travels up the road.
> > Maybe I should just go and allow them to hit me, and to take
> > clothes off my back, or better yet, I will leave them by the
> > for them to have?
> You can replace your, your cloths etc. but can you replace the life
> take? Can you truly live with the fact that you killed for material
> that you can't take with you?
> > I am not the problem but I do own the solution. I and a lot
> > my friends own the solutions.
> Yes and your solution is the problem. Violence creates more
> create more. until you have created on your street people that will
> hit your mailbox with a baseball bat but also blow you and your up
> > I am a Christian, and am proud of the fact that I am. I also
> > don't think that because I am a Christian that gives others who
> > not, the right to take from me, or to deface my property, do you?
> I would not say you are a Christian I know of no place were Jesus
> done or condoned what you are saying. It is indeed the root of the
> There is no saying that the person that hit your mailbox is a
> not. Infact he may be but thinks that you are not because you would
> what Jesus taught which is to love your nabour and GIVE then your
> > You sound like my Mother in law when someone tried to steal
> > of our cars in one night. Her response was " do good for evil."
> She sound like she hear what he was teaching
> > After someone tried to burn her garage down she was fighting mad,
> > my response was, " what happened to the do good for evil
> > She didn't know what I was talking about, and others shouldn't be
> > trying to burn her out, and she was a Preacher.
> This is what is hard to do. To do what Jesus did Love those that
> him. We all have or will be tested with this. in one way or
another. How we
> respond in each case is how we create our personal future.
> > Just a lesson in life. I don't do good for evil, I try to
> > good to those who do good for me, and I leave others alone, until
> > they decide to bother me, and then my two attorneys S&W .357 will
> > answer all questions with a "flashing answer."
> And you will have to face your personal 'hell' when you see that
> at your feet their life taken by YOUR hand over what a $10 Mailbox
> shirt. If you really are a Christian or any other form of spiritual
> you will inquests 'never forgive your self' for the in this case
> another human.
> You like the army at Guntamino bay are being judge jury and
> out allowing the facts to come forth. The person Stealing or
> goods is only a symptom of what is really going on. Why are they
> do so? What give you the RIGHT to take on others life for
> taking of a life is the ultimate in the removal of the rights of
> right to LIFE,
> On one side of this discussion you talk about the state removing
> yet you would do just that with out just cause. Is not right for
the State to
> do that but right for you?
> It would be better to walk out and indeed put a second pare of
shoes out for
> the man. Maybe he need them for his kids or his wife. Maybe you
could go out
> and say Can I give you a job? The person in frustration may be
> damage your good. When an act of kindness will go a lot farther
than your gun
> in making the world a better place for us all to live.
> You have the ability to change this world to a better place.
> Your gun is taking you and me in the wrong way. Backwords in time
> darkness and anarchy. Delaying our progression towards a race of
> supporting free people. So in my mind, with your pressent mindset,
> part of the problem not the solution.
> That however can change in the time it take to change a thought.
> is your choice. A thought to make this world a better place for us
all or to
> get out the gun and use it against another human.
> I have made that choice in what I think, speak and act. To imagine
> living in love and harmony, to visualise you putting down your gun
> picking up a pie to share with those in need. To speak for peace
> co-operation among each being that inhabit this planet (including
> and encourage others to do the same. To act for the betterment of
> my fellow beings.
> Shanta McBain
> Bee Breeder
> http://shanta.org/Apis a general view of beekeeping. This is a user
> contributed site. Hosting for your site also can be provided.
> http://shanta.org/ecf The site Eagle Creek Farms: Apis
> Queens, Swarms (Queen and all her bee in your box). Pollination
> the Okanagan Corridor BC Canada. Organic operations preferred.
- Hi Dick,
I have checked out the sites and directions for the SWM and the last
one seems to be up my alley. I am only going to have a minimual
amount of wax, hopefully, as I only have two hives, and hopefully
won't have to melt down the foundation on the first year.
I do like all the designs tho, but the one that suits me the best is
the last one with the insulated tub and a coffee can inside for the
wax to flow into after it melts.
Thanks a bunch, you have solved my latest problem.
--- In email@example.com, "dickbeekeeper"
> Hi Sharon:solar melter':
> In addition to Jon's melter, here are plans for the `Penn State
> Here are plans from Beesource.com that are a bit more simple:
> For just melting burr comb and the like here's a real simple design:
> I'd replace the paper towel in this design with cheesecloth or
> Dick Allen