Killer Bees the Second Swarm! Jaws Shark and Cole get Chased by Bee Swarm.


Hi jaws! Do you wanna go play outside with me? let’s go! do you wanna ride bikes? I bet you can’t catch me! Buzzing What is the noise Jaws? I gonna beat you again! We gone! get on my bike! AHHHH! We just shook the car! Whoo… that was a close one! i think they are in the garage Ohwell let’s play “sacrabbyolway” ohno you got stung by a bee! inaudible uhoh jaws, you dont look so good ? ugh Ahhh bees! AHHHHHHHHH AHHH bee! if you like this video click up there, where we try Japanese candy! And click down there where the jaws and the t-rex huge mess in the kitchen And as usual please leave a like if you like this video and suscribe for more fun! and i will see you guys in the next video bye kid zoomin biey

Evolution history of bees

Evolution history of bees


The genealogy of bees from 200 million years
ago to 5 million years ago. Dr. Poiner, an ancient creature researcher
at Oregon State University said that bee’s collect nectar and pollen and have a poisonous
stinger. These characteristics are related to the long
evolution of bees. Let’s talk about the history of bee evolution. The “bee” appeared on the planet more
than 200 million years ago, the same as the dinosaur. “The eggs were laid on the leaves and trunks
of the plants, and the larvae ate the plants. Sawfly and horntail. Later, bees spawning on insects appeared. New born larvae ate worms. Eventually, bees began to hunt insects that
fed on their larvae. Surprisingly, the oviduct evolved into a poisonous
stinger. Yes, the source of the poisonous stinger is
the ovipositor. So every bee that has a stinger is female. The same is true for honeybees. About 100 million years ago, when flowers
spread on the earth, bees using pollen as a food source appeared. Then, the flowers made nectar to attract bees
to get pollinated, and the nectar became the bee’s food. Thus, about 70 million years ago, the bumble
bee, the predecessor of modern bees, appeared. “This is a bumble bee fossil that has a
good feature of its time.” The hind legs evolved. The legs became thick and fine hairs developed
so that they could carry more pollen. Also, when the shapes of flowers changed,
the bees of those areas adopted, such as developing long tongues for sucking nectar. And about 5 million years ago, the bees that
live in our current swarms appeared. “Did you know that bees and flowers have
evolved together and have coexisted while adapting to the environment?” This is the long history of how bees evolved.

Bee Attack In Pasadena Leaves 2 People Hospitalized, 1 Firefighter Treated For Stings


JUAN: BREAKING NEWS IN PASADENA OF THE ATTACK UNDER INVESTIGATION. SHARON: STU MUNDEL IS LIVE IN SKY 9 OVER THAT SCENE. REPORTER. SERIOUS SITUATION PASADENA ON BONITA NEAR COLORADO. YOU SEE THE FIREFIGHTER TAKING CARE OF THAT RIGHT THERE BUT THREE PEOPLE WERE STUNNED TO HAVE BEEN TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL AND ONE OF THEM AN ACTUAL FIREFIGHTER. IT HAPPENED HERE AND PASADENA FIRE ONE OF THE MANY DUTIES THEY ARE TRYING TO DO. THEY ARE TAKING CARE OF THAT HIVE ON TOP OF THIS REF FOUR STORIES UP. RIGHT NOW WE KNOW TWO PEOPLE IN THE HOSPITAL FROM BEE STINGS AND A THIRD PERSON WAS TREATED AND RELEASED. THEY DO HAVE A PORTION OF COLORADO BOULEVARD CLOSED IN SIERRA BONITA WHILE THEY ARE

Beekeeping for Beginners – Adding Bees

Beekeeping for Beginners – Adding Bees


Hi I’m Tricia, an organic gardener. I grow
organically for a healthy and safe food supply, for a clean and sustainable environment, for an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Today we’re going to be installing a
three-pound package of bees with the queen into the new hive. but first i need to make the syrup, get my smoker going and get suited up. When your introducing a relatively small new
colony into a new hive they’ll need to put all their resources
into drawing out new comb so that the queen bee can lay eggs to grow the
population of worker bees. The comb is also used for storing
pollen. To help the bees draw the comb as
quickly as possible your going to need to provide them with some syrup at this critical time. Simply mix one part pure organic cane
sugar with one part hot water and then shake to dissolve and let it cool
before giving it to bees. I filled up this clean spray bottle with
water spraying the bees will calm them down but more importantly weigh them down
so their easier to install into the hives. Another way to subdue the bees and make
them more docile is to give them a few puffs of cold
smoke. Each time you head out to check on your
hives you’ll light up a smoker, fill it full of fuel, light a match, close the lid and use this bellow to encourage burning. Well it’s time to get suited up i’m gonna put on a full suit with a veil and gloves. The elastic and zippers make the suit both
easy to get on and off as well as secure. Bees generally sting dark colors so it’s important to wear white as much
as possible. Bees are particularly attracted to hair
or anything that loosely resembles a bear. So most people where a veil at a
minimum. These gloves provide extra protection and
ventilation for warm days. Always have your bee brush and you’re hive tool. I’ve already set up my hive stand, the solid
bottom board, the feeder and the first brood box. I’m just gonna insert my sugar syrup
now. Remove the three innermost frames to
create a space to pour in the new bees. Using a clean bottled water mist the
bees lightly to prepare them for being transferred
into their hives. Generally package bees will come with a
can of syrup that the bees have been feeding from. Gently lift it out of the box and set it
aside. Pull out your queen cage, brush off any bees that are on the cage
so that you can see the queen, make sure that she is alive and set her aside.
Now your going to pour your bees into the hive you may need to give the box a hearty
shake to get the bees to fall into the hive. There’ll be some bees left in the box, set
it down on the ground facing the hive entrance. The remaining bees should find their way into the hive. After a few minutes the bees should be on
the foundation and out of the bottom of this hive. Once this is the case gently place each
frame back into the hive. We’re gonna remove the tack at the end
of the queen cage slide a finger over the end and don’t
let the queen escape. Insert the queen candy halfway into the
hole. The screen of the queen cage should face
down into the hive The bees will eat away at the sugar candy
for two to three days to release the queen. Bend this piece of metal to hook it over
the top of a frame. Place your inner cover on your hive and
then your outer cover. You’ll leave the bees alone for eight days. The worst beginner mistake is opening
the hive too often and too early. This can result in a slowing down the
bees progress and worse, accidentally rolling or killing your
queen. On day eight you can take the covers off
the hive, gently lift that outermost frame out of
the hive and then slide the center framed towards
the edge. This will allow you to lift out the
center frames without crushing any bees especially your queen. When you hold a central frame up to the
sun you should see eggs. They’re little white dots a smidge smaller
than a grain of rice. When you see this you know your queen
is laying and your off to a good start. Gently set the central frames back
inside the hive, slide the frames inwards and place the
eighth empty frame back in on the edge. Once the bees have filled up most of the
frames in the first brood box add the second one. After both of the brood chambers are nearly
full of comb you’ll be ready for your queen excluder and honey supers
one-by-one. Now your a honey bee keeper, grow organic for life.

BEE BEARD vs MAN BEARD?

BEE BEARD vs MAN BEARD?


– Coyote’s hair has migrated
from the top of his head to his face. Yes, yes it has. ♪ Fire, fire on the mountain♪ (fiddle music) And we are rolling. Welcome back to
the Base Camp set for another episode of
Howlin’ with the Pack. I’m here with the Coyote Pack. Boy, that’s kind of
a tongue twister, with a whole lot of
‘acks at the end. All right guys,
so today’s episode is gonna be a little different. I haven’t been inside the studio in a number of weeks. We’ve been out on a number
of different productions, and life has been
incredibly exciting. Now, you may notice the
beard on my face, right? It’s getting a little
longer right now, and it is summer and I
usually keep it short during the summer. But I get a lot of
comments about my beard, so we thought
today maybe it’d be kind of funny to do a
Coyote’s beard episode. And in fact I have an
entire list of comments and I guess just statements
from the Coyote Pack about my beard. Now today is extra special
because this episode is being brought to us
by Dollar Shave Club. “Please shave your
beard, this is not hate.” I think that’s probably when
I had a really long beard this past winter when we
started the Base Camp series. “Coyote’s hair has migrated
from the top pf his head to his face.” Yes, yes it has. All the hair from my
head has definitely migrated down onto my chin. “I can’t stop staring
at the beard.” That one comes in
from KINGShaleed. KINGShahleed, yeah
well, you can stare at the beard now too. “That beard does
not work for him.” Hmmm, okay well that person
then was argued with. “NO, no, no, no that
beard is absolutely epic. Do not shave that beard.” Hmm, okay, well maybe
I’ll stick with the beard, maybe I don’t stick
with the beard. You guys will notice that
from episode to episode my beard always changes length, and that’s of course
because my beard is constantly growing. Now sometimes we do episodes
in environments like the desert where it’s very hot,
very dry, very dusty. I try to keep the beard very
short and close to my face because it actually helps
keep me a little cooler. Now when we’re in
environments like Alaska, where it’s cold, oftentimes
I will grow the beard longer. I had sort of a mountain
man look going on when we did the Alaska episodes, that’s partially because I wanted to blend in
with the wolverine. Another comment here,
“Perfect beard.” And then of course this
one from Andrea2006 says, “His beard grew back?” Well I think the only
time I actually shaved the entire beard off was when
we did the Bee Beard episode. I think you guys all remember when I covered my face in bees, and then was stung
3o times in the face, and swelled up like
a giant potato. So why all the comments
about the beard? Okay, I literally, this
list goes on and on. I won’t keep reading comments
off of the beard page, but we thought it’s
kind of interesting because the beard
has become sort of a quintessential look
for me on camera. People also always comment
on how Mario has a beard. Are Coyote and Mario brothers? No, we’re not related
in anyway whatsoever, but we both have beards. Why doesn’t Mark have a beard? I don’t know, I think Mark has such good hair on
top of his head he doesn’t feel the
need for a beard. But anyways, check this out. This showed up in the
mail the other day. The only thing I removed off it was my actually address. Oh, it says “Someday I’ll
be another cardboard box.” That’s awesome. Dollar Shave Club recycles. But this little kit
here is awesome, and they just sent it to us. I’m gonna open it
up, and it says “Wow, you bought
some great stuff!” And there is some really cool
stuff inside of here guys. Now the first thing
that I’ll pull out is their quintessential
shaver, right? So this is a heavy
bodied handle. It’s got a lot of weight to it. And they also send you a
packet of razor capsules. Now obviously if
you’re a younger kid and you’re just
starting to shave you wanna be extra careful. If you’re a dad and you
already use these, fantastic. And if you see my face today, I’ve got a real nice, clean line that all came from a
Dollar Shave Club razor. Now one of my favorite
things, where is it here? Shave Butter. No, this is not butter
that you put on toast. I tried it, it does
not taste good. But what it is perfect for
is lathering up your face, and then shaving in
that perfect design. Right now I’ve got the
quintessential look, but I guess you could
shave lightening bolts, maybe some animal tracks. Or if you’re like Mario, sometimes he designs
dinosaur shapes in his beard. Actually I made that part up, but maybe if you guys
think it’s a good idea go in the comments section below and tell us why should Mario shave dinosaur
shapes in his beard. So basically what you do
is you squirt that out. Yeah, that smells amazing. You want your face
to smell good, you take some of this
and you just lather it on in the right spots. And then you get your shave on. And now I’m covered
in Shave Butter, so I’m just gonna go ahead
and wipe that on my pants, and we’re going to move
on to the next product. The next thing they have is the Amber Lavender Body Cleanser. I bet you guys didn’t realize the Dollar Shave Club
wasn’t just about shaving, it’s also about
keeping yourself clean. Oh yeah, yeah there we go. Oh, that smells good. Just like I’m used to. Well, yeah, I’m gonna just
wipe that on my pants too. I kinda can use it as
a detergent as well. Now the next thing that’s
in here, get ready for this. This is my absolute
favorite thing that Dollar Shave Club makes. They are known as
One Wipe Charlies. If you can use your imagination, what is something
that you might wipe with a One Wipe Charlie? Well when you’re out
in the wilderness, and you need to
make a number two, this is something that fits
perfectly in any backpack. And there you have it. That is all of the
items that come inside of the Dollar
Shave Club kit. So if you guys are
interested in getting your Dollar Shave
Club kit sent to you you can start becoming a
member of Dollar Shave Club. Now to do that all you
need to do is visit DOLLARSHAVECLUB.COM/COYOTE This is a special coupon
code that’s gonna get you guys hooked up today
with your starter kit. So I’m sure you guys have
lots more questions for me in the comment section below. Maybe some of those questions
are about the beard. Maybe it’s the fact
that I still have all of this Shave
Butter on my face, which actually is great. It’s sort of a
moisturizer as well, so it works into your
skin and then you smell extra delicious at the
end of your adventure. Well, I guess after
your shower adventure because I don’t
ever really shave when I’m out there in the wild. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave. Stay wild. We’ll see you one the
next Base Camp Adventure. All right, that’s a cut. Hey Coyote Pack,
if you want to see the ultimate beard episode
make sure to go back and watch as hundreds of bees cling
to and then sting my face as I attempt to wear
the iconic bee beard. And don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on our next big adventure. (howling)

Honey bees and zebra fish come to a consensus, thanks to a little robotic intervention

Honey bees and zebra fish come to a consensus, thanks to a little robotic intervention


In the wild, animals affect each others behavior all the time—prey species keep away from predators’ turf, insects jump away from browsing herbivores—they may not be communicating per se but they shape each others’ environment. To further explore this relationship, researchers used robots to mediate between two species unlikely to ever encounter each other in the wild: zebrafish and honey bees. The researchers chose these species because they are both social and gregarious animals who regularly make decisions as a group. To do these experiments the animals were kept apart– in fact, they are in different countries. In Switzerland, a small school of zebrafish swim around a circular path, with a camera overhead tracking their position. Swimming along with them is a robot lure, the same size and shape as a zebrafish. Meanwhile in Austria, a swarm of young bees buzz around an oblong enclosure, with two robots in the middle. The bee-bots generate heat, which causes the bees to congregate around them. A proximity detector tracks the bees’ location. In each setup, the fish and bees have a binary collective choice to make – the bees can choose to congregate around one of two robots and the fish can swim either clockwise or counterclockwise around the circle. The researchers wanted to know if, using robots as mediators, the two species could come to a collective decision – could the species agree which direction to swim in and which bee-robot to gather around? Four different experiments were performed with varying degrees of communication between the animal groups. The first experiment established a control group, with no communication between the fish and the bees. In the second experiment, the bees’ behavior was observed and then transmitted to the fish robot, affecting which way it lured the school of zebrafish. After six minutes, the bees began to congregate around the left bee robot, causing the fish robot and, as a result, the fish to swim in a counter clockwise direction. In the third experiment, the fish’ behavior was observed and then transmitted to the bee robots, affecting which robot produced heat. The fish constantly changed the direction in which they were swimming, which caused the bees to continuously switch sides as well. In the final experiment, the behavior of both the bees and the fish was observed, and transmitted both ways At first, the fish and bees couldn’t come to a decision– one side did one thing, the other another, with lots of switching back and forth. But after about 20 minutes, they reached a consensus, with the fish swimming counter-clockwise and the bees congregating around the left bee-robot. This shows that two species, which would have no interaction whatsoever in nature, are actually able to interact and come to a collective decision thanks to the help of the robots. Moving forward, researchers would like to introduce machine learning into these types of scenarios So bee-bots learn behavior from bees and fish-bots from fish, instead of being programmed ahead of time. Researchers believe that in the future, this technology could be used to mediate species interactions not just in the laboratory, but also in the wild—the research could even be adapted to work with plants, fungi and microorganisms One day, machine-learning robots could be used to perceive a dramatic event in a bee colony, and react to help the bees to find a way to recover. This could be applied to any type of animal group, once the robot knows how they make collective decisions.

The Birds and the Bees (Maddox) | Parents Explain | Cut


Do you know why we’re here today? uhhh, for video? That’s true, but we’re here to talk about the birds and the bees. Have you ever heard about the birds and the bees? Okay, well, I don’t know if they say that anymore but when daddy was little, they called it the birds and the bees. And Mama, they don’t even tell her in China where babies came from; she had to find out all by herself. Awwwww, poor Mommy Mhmmmm They don’t talk about it, so she was pretty surprised when you came along. [Mom:] Yes [Dad:] Right? That means … Because I was like, when I was being born–I was like where am I, in some kind of tunnel or something? [Mom:] In some kind of tunnel some kind of tunnel? Oh, you can see, huh? [Maddox:] and then, and then when you move And I was like, “oooh, a walk-in-tunnel?” What?? It’s crazy. Well before you got into that tunnel, Okay You were made and do you know how babies are made? Well, well, sometimes I call it a tunnel because there’s some kind of hole here like a igloo. [Mom:] Ohhh! Okay. [Dad:] An igloo in Mama’s belly, huh? [Mom:] So how could you get in the tunnel? [Maddox:] Well, maybe the magician sent me…? [Dad:] A magician sent you in there, huh? [Maddox:] MmmHMM! [Dad:] Well daddy must be a magician. [Mom:] A very good one! [Dad:] A very good one, right? The one “Ha-ha-ha” funny [Dad:] But we’re gonna tell you about how babies are made, would you like to know how babies are made? [Maddox:] MADE OF WATER. Humans are made of water, I knew it. [Dad:] That’s true [Maddox:] I knew it, I really knew it. [Dad:] There’s a lot of water. [Maddox:] Oh my gosh, I am so smart! When Mommy and Daddy decided we were ready to have you, right? Mommy decided that she was ready to have something inside her igloo, so Mommy and Daddy got together and we took off all our clothes [Maddox:] oh! [Dad:] and we got into side the blanket So we were really warm, and then mommy and daddy did a special dance, and there you were–that’s how you were made. [Maddox:] Oh my gosh that is…really… Really, really no good if you took off all your clothes off… [Dad:] Well, we have to take our clothes off [Maddox:] OH! [Dad:] if you want to make a baby Ooooooh ooh [Dad:] Does that surprise you? [Maddox:] ooooh Oooh my gosh, it doesn’t, really doesn’t! That’s really disgusting you know or not Ohhh it’s like…ughh, it’s.. Well, I’m glad Mama didn’t say that when daddy took his clothes off. [Mom:] I’m so sorry *laughs* Come oooon [Maddox:] Ohh [Dad:] Do you have any questions for us? Nooo! And I hope we don’t start over again [Mom:] *laughs* [Dad:] No Okay, we’re not gonna do it again Daddy *laughs*

How to Clean Beehives – The Bush Bee Man


(wheels rattling) – Oh dear, oh dear. – See, look at that, even if
you’re a famous internet star you’ve still gotta bring the bin in. It’s just not fair, is it? Anyway, after all the excitement
of building fish tanks and sticking ’em on the
verandah and all the rest of it, we thought we’d better get
and do some proper bee keeping preparation for spring. So we’ve just got some
stuff here on the trailer that we’re trying to clean up, just gonna give it a bit of a blow over and then it’s gotta get
a fresh coat of paint. So let’s go over there and get started and see what we can make a mess at. (bees buzzing) So we’ve got ourselves
a little flame thrower, and I thought we’ll, we’re just gonna, we’ve
got these old boxes I’m helping Les clean up for his few bees that he’s got, that we’re
giving him a bit of a hand with. Remember old Les, he’s
the bloke with the truck. Now don’t hold the truck against him ’cause that’s not the point, hopefully, hopefully me
Uncle John’s helping me out and he’s having a look for a
truck which’d be kinda cool, we’ll see what happens, but anyway. There’s controversy here in the backwaters of the Bush Bee Man, between trailers and trucks
and options abounding. Jury’s out with this bloomin’
truck buying business hey, ’cause of course the problem
is a bloke’s got too many boxes for the bloomin’ trailer, and not enough boxes to justify the truck, but then how do you do, you know, like if you wanna get more and you wanna get bigger, you need a truck to get bigger to move the boxes that you haven’t got. I think I’ve decided that
I’m gonna get a truck and then I’m gonna get enough bee boxes to justify having the truck, but that would, but course,
the weight is the problem. I had it all in my brain
that I was gonna get a small truck with a little thing, and then I started adding
it up and I thought “Jiminy Crickets, if a bee
box weighs a certain amount, of 50 to 100 kilos and
you don’t get to carry many bee boxes, and then I’d
be back to the same problem.” So, but to go from another weight range, the price goes from like, I dunno, $10,000 to $30,000, I
was like bloomin’ heck! So anyway, my poor old, poor old budget’s looking a little bit different,
but it doesn’t matter. Anyway, what were we doing? That’s right, we were cleaning up, you didn’t need to hear
about all the truck madness. So we’re back doing actual
bee keeping equipment preparation for spring, ’cause the sun’s out, almost, it’s gone (laughs). Hopefully, hopefully, we’ll
have a spring this year, not like last year, there was one little tiny weed that went, and his little flower went (popping) and that was it and the
whole bloody thing was over. But we’ve got about as much nectar flow to fill on in a teaspoon, teaspoon in a… Anyway. Right, here we go, so
we’ve got some of Les’s old bee boxes, oh we’ve got poor old boxes, they’ve been sitting in Les’s shed for I don’t know how long, but anyway, they’ve been in there
for a while and I thought seeing as we’re helping out the old bloke we’d better clean ’em up and he said “You wanna get your flame, you know, “give ’em a bit of a flame out, “get ’em ready before you paint ’em over.” I don’t know if you remember our little flame throwing thing, I dunno what episode that was in, but it’s terribly laborious, it just took so long with
my little flame thrower, I might have had a cigarette
lighter and (whooshing). I even tried being stupid. I even tried this, this
was a little bit trying to be economical and it
obviously didn’t work ’cause you’re not gonna see it, but I got myself a little misting bottle and I filled that full of metho and, metho and kero I think
it was, the mixture, I tried petrol but that
was awful dangerous. Anyway I sprayed it inside the box and then I threw a match in
there and it went (whooshing) but it kinda burnt but
it didn’t really achieve too much of the cleaning
corners and anyway. Needless to say it was
unsuccessful so don’t bother with that idea. This is the go, so here we go,
this is what I’ve discovered on this journey of cleaning
bee boxes in the coldness of the day. In this journey of winter
bloomin’ cleaning up business, god, I’m just looking
at my cleaning up shed that we’ve gotta do later on,
but anyway, on with the job. So we’re trying to get
boxes ready for the spring, which hopefully we have
a good spring this year, ’cause I’ve got a whole
heap of new boxes in there from last spring that didn’t get used. Ahh, come on, Mr Muscles. Oh god, I just don’t know which way the silly bloody thing’s meant to be, it’s meant to go backwards isn’t it? Which I thought was that way, but maybe it’s not that
way, maybe it’s this way. Ahh, stop it all you gas people out there that are laughing at me. Ah, got it now, just
because you’re watching, that’s what it is, I don’t know. Anyway, back to the montage. (flame thrower whooshing) Looks a bit like the bloody
lunar landing doesn’t it? Whoo hoo, off to the moon we go! Fuck me! Anyway, this is a bit more
of a serious blow torch, I got sick of that other
little one, it took forever, so I thought I’ll go down the shop and get meself a decent
one, and the lad said “Oh, this is a wee burner or
a tar melter or something” and I thought “Hell, aye
aye, that sounds like fun”. He reckons it might take
your hair off if you point it in the wrong direction so if you’re seeing Sean the camera man on Facebook
and he hasn’t got any hair, he got in the wrong spot. Let’s clean some shit. (blow torch whooshing) I think we’re cheating a bit there. That oughta kill a few bugs you reckon? Killed the paint anyway. (blow torch whooshing) Whoa, we’re on fire. Note to self, could
actually burst into flames. I’m just wondering, maybe
we should’ve got a bucket of water in case it all goes to shit, but. Hope Les isn’t watching us. Whoa, look out. And we just take this base off, (blowtorch whooshing) I think we’ll just do the top
to do the actual superbox, while we’re at it. I reckon the missus would get
excited if I took this inside to clean up the spider webs wouldn’t she? Goodness gracious, look
out for the curtains. (blowtorch whooshing) I think that’s pretty hot,
I dunno man, golly gosh. Maybe that’s a little bit exciting. Anyway, definitely speeds the job up. So I don’t know if you can see, the wax is actually just
weeping out of the wood which is kinda cool. And to be absolutely honest with you, I’m not 100% how super duper clean you’re meant to make the jolly things, but, I figure it’s gotta
be reasonably better than when we started,
that’s the main thing. So, anyway, we’ve actually
got something here that we can put a paintbrush to to make it look like it’s respectable. We’ll just do that lid, light
ourselves back up again, get that lid organized, maybe we’ll just go through doing one box, and then, like, we’ve got
heaps and heaps to do, so I dunno, we’ll have a discussion whether we put on that music
or whether we just do one. (energetic music) Phew, well that’s nearly
enough fun with fire, whoo (blowtorch drowns
out speaker) too hot. Oh my goodness, ladies and gentlemen, look at that mum, I’ve
still got all my fingers, how good’s that? That’s a little bit more efficient than my other little bloomin’ burner. I mean you just gotta
make sure that the shit doesn’t actually catch on fire too badly, you’ll come back and all you’ll
have is a big pile of ash. That’d be a bit pointless wouldn’t it? Anyway, so, I think the
next part of the project that we’ve gotta slap a
bit of bloomin’ undercoat on these little supers
and these few boxes, but before we do that we
might have to clean a spot because there’s been great
concern about the fact that my work bench is a
bit dirty and I thought while I’ve got a hefty
young camera man here he can help me clean up. Whaddya reckon folks? So let’s go and get that shit organized. (energetic music) Well that looks a bit better, we haven’t obviously
tidied up the shed shed, but anyway that might happen another day, we’re running out of time. This all takes longer than you think, no wonder I don’t do it very often. Anyway, on to the next excitement. We’ve got the boxes ready,
cleaned up and burnt off as you’ve just seen, and now we’re gonna have to
slap ’em with a bit of paint, so I’m thinking that will
be the next thing we do, on with the paintbrush, yay. (bees buzzing) I’m sorry LeapRoy, it was a vote, and you came up short lad. The public have spoken and they’ve decided that you just have to be torched. I don’t think it’s very fair but anyway, you know me, I’m all
for this whole business that you know, what do they call that, this is democracy, and the votes go all against ya. Ah. I don’t know, I’m going to
have face him towards you, I don’t think I can do it
when he’s looking at me, might be too much. Anyway, what’s he, he’s even
got a little love heart letter, look at that, aww, look at that. It’s a postman frog, with
his little love letter and his little smile, could you be so mean? Maybe we should have had a picture of him before the vote was taken. (blowtorch whooshing)