Posted by The Bee Holder on September 25, 1998 at 15:47:27:
In Reply to: Re: To the Courier Editors - What the Bees Beeheld posted by Courier Editors on September 25, 1998 at 14:57:05:
: Dear Bee Holder,
: We are Bee side ourselves trying to Bee-lieve this fantastic tale. Hurons have Bee-friended their traditional enemies, the Iroquois? Un-Bee-lievable! Yet, your news that She's capture was a well planned, non-Bee-nevolent scheme to learn the whereabouts of La Longue CaraBeene makes sense. It Bee-hooves us to distrust you. We do Bee-lieve you, Bee Holder.
: The message to She-etc: "Bee-ware the Huron Harpies who may Bee within the Iroquois village. Do not Bee-friend the Huron females, and do not Bee afraid, for Bee Holder's swarm shall Bee-guile the enemy. Bee-fore sunset tomorrow, you shall Bee shown the way out. Once you know the trail, make a Bee line for it. Say nothing of La Longue Carabeene. And please Bee-have yourself in the meanwhile."
: Bee Holder, for your help we promise to not Bee-grudge you a
: safe site for your Bee hive.
: Do thank Spelling Bee for the correction.
: The Courier Editors
Dear Courier Editors,
I sense mixed signals in your message. You say it bee-hooves you to distrust me, but you bee-lieve me. What am I to think? Should I send Spelling Bee to assist you, or is this a job for Sigmund Freude (cousin of Schaden, I think)? At any rate, Spelling Bee appreciates the kudos. He is working hard to overcome his childhood name of Wanna Bee, and I think he is making great strides.
Since there is some ambivalence in your message, I will continue to work to earn your trust. The next thing is to get your message to She, etc. I will send Luck Bee (A Lady) tonight. But though we may give She, etc. hope, it may bee a little complicated to extricate her from the camp. What about the other 12 prisoners?
Brother of The Sagamore
The Bee Holder
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