beees

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  1. superman

    superman ?

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  2. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    What an awesome display of dingbattedness! It was fully documented with
    a hystericle set of pix and did get the job done nonetheless. I'll be willing to bet that wall at the neighbors house has some honey in it.
  3. WoodButcher

    WoodButcher just me

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    I had a job w/ a nest like that a couple of yrs ago. Re-roof on a horse barn so chemicals were a no-no, they got pissed at the hammering so I had to kill them. I used my compressor w/ some 3" flex duct. I ran the duct from the air intake to a hibachi and smoked the bees.
  4. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Mmmmm.....smoked bees. Anything like smoked salmon?:-D
    I was siding a home with fibre cement lap and it had a steel roof full of yellow jackets. Quickly ran out of bee spray and all I had left to combat the onslought of the angry shits was goof off. I'd douch the hole with the zylene and when they'd fly out, they'd get stoned and fall to the ground where my assistant would whackem' with a framing hammer. I kept that dude busy as a one legged guy in an ass kicking contest. The home owner was a nature freak and got extreemly pissed, so I told her that I'd come back when she'd gotten an exterminator to rid the structure of the yellow jackets....suddenly, the critters were off of her endangered species list.
    I don't know which is worse, yellow jackets or bats. Took three 55 gallon drums full of guano and better than 2500 bats out of one attic. Bats are creepy.
  5. Sweatervest

    Sweatervest New Member

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    That was AWESOME.
  6. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Yeah, it seemed like something that would have been posted here.:-D
  7. bigwill51534

    bigwill51534 Saint, Church of Ryanism

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    Hhehehehee.... We used to use carb cleaner (spray cans) and a torch to rid the shop and surrounding area of yellow jackats, wasps, and hornets. It made a great makeshift flamethrower. :D

    ~Will Courtier~
  8. Griffin

    Griffin Might be back

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    That looks like great fun.