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April 25, 2008


Now they're attacking our Mexican restaurants using thick clouds of bees in a tornado pattern, which would of course be an excellent name for a rock band.

(Thanks to Matt Filar)


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I spin like a tornado too after too many tequila shots...

Just stand still, they won't sting you. Yeah right!

Now go away, or I shall taunt you a second time!

Oh no! it's the killer bees!

That margarita was excellent, boys. You'll have to remember that place.

Next, I want to try some Jell-0 shots. Over to South Beach, and be quick about it!

And Siouxie, this of course happened in Florida. I hope they don't comandeer a car and head up I-95.

Finally, we know where all the bees have gone. They "ran for the border."

Yeah, right, this was Faux News. They'll train flies to make a story.

*Slinks in®*

I heard that honeybees are disappearing rapidly, and scientists can't figure out why. The effect of this on agriculture, etc. has been devastating. I think they should wait out the 24 hours and follow the swarm. If they remove the cone (video on page two), how will they know where they were headed?

Oh, and SNORK! at The Queen's margarita!

I guess y'all buzzed off. So, I guess I will, too. Nitey-nite, blogits!

*Slinks out®*

I know exactly what a cone of bees looks like.

Wow, Scott. That is huge!

*suspects Scott is just happy to see us*

Why thanks Med! :-) Oh, you mean the bees. Yes, impressive.

Cheryl - Always.

Don't bother the bees and they won't hurt you. WHAT BOTHERS BEES?

I don't know, J, but whatever it is don't do it!

You just had to go and order the hive-ohs rancheros now, didn't you?

*sets out sopapillas and honey on the blog bar*

What's that buzzing sound?

Me LOVE enchiladas! *slobber gulp*

The reporter should be shot, he missed a great line. Instead of saying "Diners fled to their cars" he should have said "Diners made a bee line for their cars" Same meaning, but in the context of the story, way more appropriate.

Saw 'em warming up for the Byrds in '70. Helluva show!

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