Beehives in Texas attacked, set on fire, killing half a million bees

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    Well that's a half million bees that'll never sting me.
     
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    Senseless, destructive vandalism. You really have to wonder about the mind set of the sort of people that do that sort of crap.
     
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    feck those bee's , except for it being an attack on PRIVATE PROPERTY its no big deal . 55 - 57 years ago i'd be torching them outa trees and old stump , bush's because its fun .
     
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    Exactly which part of killing thousands of beneficial insects that you don’t intend to eat is fun? Finding fun in senseless killing is a hallmark of sociopathy.
     
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    Honey bees are not native to north america and north america was doing quite well without them until that eurotrash arrived and stank up the place.
     
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    like I said , the only problem I see is that the BEE's look to be PRIVATE Property . Otherwise , feck those 'bee's' and their 'widdle' bug lives SSDD !!
     
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    So you hate roast beef and potatoes, corned beef and cabbage, tea and crackers, coffee and cream...

    To each his zone!
     
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    Does that include character assassination? :iyfyus.jpg:
     
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    What's the matter? Why not answer the question? Which part of killing thousands of beneficial insects do you find to be "fun"? Do you simply not know the answer, or does the answer embarrass you, and do you worry about what people might think if you actually spoke the words? Either should be cause for concern if you are a rational person. If you are less than rational, then why would irrational behavior send up any sort of red flag for you?
     
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    Whose character did I assassinate? I asked a question regarding which part of an irrational act one might perceive as fun. Perhaps you don't quite understand what constitutes character assassination. Now if I simply made up the accusation of finding fun in killing insects...or killing anything else for that matter and went about spreading that false claim...I would be guilty of character assassination. I didn't make it up though. He freely admits, in public that he thinks it is "fun" to kill insects by the thousands.

    Children have a tendency to kill insects for fun...They usually do so because it gives them a feeling of power and control in a world in which they have little. Children who find fun in the activity however are exhibiting signs of deeper psychological issues...and children who don't outgrow this tendency and carry it into adulthood and actually find enjoyment in such behavior should be sending up red flags for the rest of us.
     
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