Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Bear Chills In Hot Tub

This is not technically a bear video, in that it is essentially a collection of still photos, but it is in video format and there are bears in it and it's so hot outside and wow this has been a brutal week and what else do you people want from me? I'VE GIVEN YOU ALL I HAVE TO GIVE. I've given you all I have to give.

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jolie (#16)


Art Yucko (#1,321)

by Shill Bearserstein

HiredGoons (#603)

I have some videos of bears in hot tubs to give you, but Choire would have a fit.

Do you people see what I have to work with???

jolie (#16)

Who you calling 'you people'????

If your Friday is anything like our Thursday, tomorrow will be nice.

Art Yucko (#1,321)

I can't WAIT to get out of here, dude.

Downright pleasant, it is. It'll be a thousand degrees this weekend, no doubt.

Art Yucko (#1,321)

It's about 5 degrees in this building, so going outside into 95+ generally evens things out.

Tuna Surprise (#573)

This summer sucks. It's a thousand degrees outside, my plants are dying and yet America's celebrities live!

HiredGoons (#603)


Art Yucko (#1,321)

my eggplants are getting eaten alive by whiteflies.


You can buy them at Home Depot, Art.

mickeyitaliano (#2,202)

Getting rid of white flies is easy. All you need to do is mix a tablespoon of Dawn liquid dishwashing detergent in one gallon of water and spray it on any infected area. Use a hose sprayer, a garden sprayer, or even one of those hand held spray bottles. Apply it 2-3 times a week for a couple of weeks and your white fly problems will be gone. Soap kills white flies and it won't hurt your plants or the soil or your fruits and vegetables. Spray it on shrubs, fruit trees, house plants, and garbage cans. I can't believe after using all those poisonous pesticides that plain old soap was the best and only thing that has ever worked for me. This stuff also works great on fruit flies and is just the thing to put on orchards. Its sort of fitting that soap kills white flies considering where they land sometimes.

Art Yucko (#1,321)

@Bookish: Found some at a local nursery, 1500 for $8.50 or somesuch. Now it's just a matter of getting over there to buy some. (I try to avoid dealing with the Despot whenever possible.)

@mickey: yes, it seems I had heard/read that somewhere… good to know and thanks for the advice. I will try it.

…from bears to whiteflies… ok.

jolie (#16)

@Tuna: If you need some success to buoy your spirits, grab a cayenne plant. Mine is going gangbusters this year (they like the heat! You're shocked, I know!) It's helping to make up for the fact that I wake up every morning to my hangdog-looking basil and parsley tapping on the window, begging to come inside where it's air conditioned.

KarenUhOh (#19)

Do better.

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