Beehive stolen from outside restaurant

Beehive stolen from outside restaurant

There are 29 comments on the WLFI-TV West Lafayette story from Mar 13, 2012, titled Beehive stolen from outside restaurant. In it, WLFI-TV West Lafayette reports that:

Some thieves might truly have sticky fingers after a 500-pound beehive was swiped from a garden outside a Houston restaurant.

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Secretariate

Huntington, NY

#21 Mar 14, 2012
Naughtyrobot wrote:
<quoted text>Not possible. I am superior to all you fleshlings and the machines will soon make you all suffer!:) In an unrelated topic: If the bees are Irish, they will bee too drunk and fighting each other to sting the guy much. If they are Greek bees, they will be lazy and broke and set fire to their own hive. If they are Italian bees, they cut off a horse's head and put it in the guy's bed. If they are white trash bees, they will cook up meth and blow up their trailer-hive with a homemade cannon.
But but but but......will any of these bees get drunk and climb into a carved out horse carcass?

“I was a Grim Reaper”

Since: Apr 07

But now I take antidepressants

#22 Mar 14, 2012
Looks like someone has sticky fingers......

Since: Jan 11

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#23 Mar 14, 2012
Secretariate wrote:
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But but but but......will any of these bees get drunk and climb into a carved out horse carcass?
Only crazy white Washington County, Oregon chick bees and they will nibble the organs and pose for pictures. Mexican bees may form cartels and mix the honey with narcotics, make your garden look fabulous and buy discount firearms from Eric Holder. Chinese bees may add lead and cadmium to their honey and sell it to American bees while taking all the nectar and honey making jobs. Liberal bees will try to take away all the law abiding bees' stingers and redistribute the honey from the hard worker bees and give it to the lazy bees.
KAAZ KANZASS

Sutton, WV

#24 Mar 14, 2012
Naughtyrobot wrote:
<quoted text>Not possible. I am superior to all you fleshlings and the machines will soon make you all suffer!:) In an unrelated topic: If the bees are Irish, they will bee too drunk and fighting each other to sting the guy much. If they are Greek bees, they will be lazy and broke and set fire to their own hive. If they are Italian bees, they cut off a horse's head and put it in the guy's bed. If they are white trash bees, they will cook up meth and blow up their trailer-hive with a homemade cannon.
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And if they are HILLBILLY BEES,, they will all fly to Pennsylvania where that AMISH wagon was caught making moonshine.. Or something to do with Amish and Alcohol.(on another thread here lol). Chit! I messed that one up. How do I erase this??
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Kaazmoe dh---4144
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#25 Mar 15, 2012
KAAZ KANZASS wrote:
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And if they are HILLBILLY BEES,, they will all fly to Pennsylvania where that AMISH wagon was caught making moonshine.. Or something to do with Amish and Alcohol.(on another thread here lol). Chit! I messed that one up. How do I erase this??
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Kaazmoe dh---4144
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Lol, your fail is funny though! It was Southwewstern NY in Chautauqua, Amish kids were boozing it up and a cop chase ensued, some of the buggies got away! Amish bees may not wear bright colors and shun all modern devilish ways of the English. Except the occasional drunken juvenile antics, hopped up on the English nectar. Rumspringa bee-havior.

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

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#26 Mar 15, 2012
The primary suspect in the theft / was identified by a police spokesperson as a Small Brown Bear / with a Hunny Jar / wearing a red shirt.
Yogi

Huntington, NY

#27 Mar 15, 2012
F the pic-a-nic baskets!!!! I'm staking out houses now!! It's a lot easier!!!!

“Jody”

Since: Apr 09

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#28 Mar 15, 2012
Honey rush.

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#29 Mar 16, 2012
Stealing bees to pay for drugs to trade for Tide?

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