Posted by The Bee Holder on October 08, 1998 at 08:01:00:
In Reply to: Re: To The Courier Editors - Sweet Success posted by E Lane on October 07, 1998 at 19:39:59:
E. Lane wrote:
: Dear Bee Holder, Brother of the Sagamore ...
: This can't Bee! Such a sticky situation, that sting operation; yet you expect us to Bee-lieve that your Bee Swarm has successfully swarmed into the Iroquois village, diverted the attention of the Bee-coming Huron Harpies, created honey dipped musket balls, Buzzed loudly in the warriors' ears, AND rescued She-Who-Tracks & fellow captives? UnBee-lieveable!
The key to success was the hysteria of good ol' Hawk and his feather-studded buddy, of course. They should bee showing up somewhere in the Upper Canadas about now. My tiny enforcers have long since turned hiveward, but the Indians are still good incentive for the Timorsome Two to keep moving at a high rate of speed. (Historically, this was actually the way the Northwest Passage was finally found, you know.)
: You wouldn't Bee handing us a Sugar Coated tale, would ye, Bee?
Of course not, I never fabricate.
: We'll Bee looking for She-Who-Tracks-La Longue Carabeen as she'll Bee coming roun' the mountain if she comes, with company close Beehind her.
I'm sure She, etc. will hove into view eventually. She always does. Sigh.
: If this Bee true you are to Bee congratulated.
The Swarm thanks you.
: Bzzzzz ..... We saw an Iroquois smoke signal that smoked; "Bee Holder! Why can't you just Bee a lady?" Does this mean anything to you?
Ever since they made the history books by insulting the Mohicans, they call everybody Women. They swagger a lot, too. Sounds they are currently smarting from beeing routed out by the Swarm. When they come crawling back from Canada like Men, we'll worry about their smoke signals.
Have a Nice Day
The Bee Holder
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