Captain’s Log 4,459
So the bee debacle wasn’t as bad as I had imagined. The bee guy only removed (ONLY) about 75 pounds of honeycomb. Unfortunately, they had to kill the bees. Relocating them would have cost over $10,000 and the city wouldn’t pay. We don’t have that kind of cash either. The bee guy said they were hybrids and VERY aggressive, so it’s probably okay that they were destroyed. It still makes me sad.
We had dripped honey all over the sidewalk. I am going to the roof today to take photos of the wall they had to break to do this. News at 11:00. At least our visitors will be safe. And no more aggressive bees in the library either. Also a good thing. Someone could have been killed.
And I have heard quite enough about how the people in the Colorado theatre could have done something more if they had been carrying concealed weapons so there could have been a good old-fashioned shoot out. SHUT THE FUCK UP! Has it come to this? Where people actually believe it’s okay to carry concealed weapons just because you are going out to a movie? Will someone please stop the madness? Will everyone please go watch Bowling For Columbine again and then tell me why gun control doesn’t work?
It’s Free Tuesday again at the Confederacy. Record crowds are expected. Hoping for a safe and bee-less day without yahoos running around with concealed weapons. We all know how dangerous a museum full of Steampunk gadgets can be! After all, we do have a display of pretend RAY GUNS! So I guess that means everyone should be armed, yes?
Hmmmmmmmmmm. Is there a difference? Do I have a double standard at work?
People who play with pretend ray guns
The only ones who should be playing with weapons designed to kill people