Posted by Gore Bee on October 20, 1998 at 07:55:50:
In Reply to: Re: Wot's All This, Then? A warning... posted by Go-Between on October 19, 1998 at 15:30:01:
: : Gore Bee writes:
: : :Although the Moth Bee Gone is very effective for protection of fabric, might I suggest some re-engineering of at least one of your remarkable Turkish carpets to include a little innovation we have developed here at the Hive? Particularly I refer to our Bee-2 engine consisting of 5000 worker bees welded together in harmonious union. Provides vertical takeoff and 180 degree instant turn capability as well as other breathtaking features. We can also install hardpoints on the underside of your carpet to enable you to carry a maximum payload - four Stinger missiles and two 1000 lb. Bug Bombs (each bomb releases 1000 lbs. of high-concentration stink bugs).
: : >>I am most impressed with your high-tech capabilities! Sassy would LOVE to modify one of her carpets with your help...the suggestions above are perfect!
: : : If you wish more information on the features, cost and installation contract, please contact me at our Bee Convincing Sales Division.
: : >>Yes, please send full color brochure with all information ASAP. Sassy is not going to take these Dutch threats lying down! She WILL survive! No matter what occurs!!
: Dear Sassy and Gore Bee,
: Do you think you have enough fire power? These are not your avarage moths I am led to believe... They are said to be gigantic of size and going by the scientific name of Mam-Moth. Some guy called Hannibal is rumoured to be leading them over the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hope he will enjoy the sunrise.
: The Go-Between
Dear Sassy and Go-Between,
Your point is well taken regarding the gigantic moths. This creep Hannibal is forever ploughing over some mountaintop looking for a good war. However, keep in mind the motto of the Bee Convincing Sales Division: "A Snow Job is No Prob." Thus, let me recommend the WASP Bombshell (familiarly known as the Mann Handler). Guaranteed to eliminate conflicting issues right up front and produce a desirable Piece in Our Time. (Disclaimer: Not responsible for elephant stampedes or ecological imbalances resulting from the disappearance of the Mam Moths from the face of the earth)
Just to add a little perspective, but my double agent, Bee He Moth, tells me the Mam Moths use hair extensions.
Must go. Always rushin', you know
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