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Letter to self…

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Letter to self…

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Channel Orange.

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Tiger

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Yawn 01 by Katarina 2353 on Flickr.

Tiger

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All of this except without purchasing or using bee products. We don’t need them. Bees do. Like this says—they pollinate a third of our food. Why the hell do we need to take their food too? DO NOT PURCHASE ANYTHING WITH BEE PRODUCTS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BECAUSE BEES DON’T MAKE THEM FOR US. BEES ARE ENTITLED TO KEEP WHAT THEY MAKE AS A RESULT OF POLLINATING OUR FOOD.

oKAY BUT MISTER VEGAN SIR/MADAM/PERSON HOOOLLD UP

Bees may be having a bit of a hard time pollinating things right now BUT 

Beekeepers take only the excess honey, the honey the bees can’t eat, and leave what they need, aswell as the pollen. They only take two weeks worth of pollen a YEAR, and not consecutively. 

so

If you dont buy bee products, then beekeepers will lose money, money they use to keep their businesses going, and won’t be able to afford the upkeep of their beehives, and will have to destroy them. SO buying bee products HELPS the bees.

YES buy bee products. HELP local beekeeping businesses and if you can’t find local, go ahead and buy larger, national ones. 

PLEASE support bees in any way you possible can

Um, no.

Even local beekeepers are still harming bees

Bees are not vending machines, sorry.

http://www.vegetus.org/honey/honey.htm