Shooting is hard for a lot of people and lots of training certainly does help. If you want to deploy technology that makes a big difference then I think there are better avenues to approach.
Come on guys/gals, it's obvious that this was a honey pot. They didn't catch a bear but I'm sure there are dragon prints all over the place and major laughter from team USA.
be an American. Not exactly the first time but to paraphrase those who should know better...
Wow! You just like to make stuff up. Pure hyperbole, not a fact in sight.
So maybe greedy almond growers are the real problem. I can't imagine anything more stressful than doing this.
"..80 percent of the world's almonds come from California's central valley, an 800,000 acre area of almond orchards that are 100 percent dependent on bees pollinating the trees. Surprisingly, almonds are the number one agricultural product in California.
Once a year, in late winter, 1.5 million bee hives from around the country are delivered to these orchards where the bees' pollination efforts take place over the course of just a few days. It's the largest mass-pollination effort in the world."
Do you check for @aol.com after race, gender, sexual orientation, age, height, weight or before?