Ya know… It’s no secret that I am a bitter, shriveled old man who’s outlook on life flirts with anarchism. With all the police violence in the news recently, I keep hearing that we just don’t understand what police go through, that we should walk a mile in their shoes, that they suffer all measures [Continue]
We take some listener feedback and get political
Ask anyone today and all but the most socially oblivious will tell you that we’re in trouble. It seems that everywhere we turn, we are faced with some bureaucrat making every effort to spit in the face of personal liberty in the name of some faceless greater good. Many of us have chosen to wrap [Continue]
Andrea Hernandez is being involuntarily withdrawn from John Jay High School in San Antonio effective November 26th, according to a letter sent by the district that has now been made public.
We discuss swarms and options for swarm management.
The common ground between prepping and farming
I guess that organic milk isn’t looking so expensive now is it?
More from the front lines.. From: The New York Times In its first-ever ruling on genetically modified crops, the Supreme Court on Monday overturned a lower court’s ban on the planting of alfalfa seeds engineered to resist Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. The decision was a victory for Monsanto and others in the agricultural biotechnology industry, with [Continue]
Join me on my way down to Baxley to pick up some bees. The first in a series of shows where we focus entirely on bees and beekeeping. We go over some interesting breaking developments in beekeeping amd discuss some of the microbial pathogens that our bees have to deal with.
Barreling down the road, we take some feedback, touch on healthcare deform, lament the cost and extent of repairing our house, and scare the hell out of you with a discussion on genetic modification in the food supply.