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David Verville <[log in to unmask]>
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Discussion of Bee Biology <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 23 Oct 1997 23:07:14 -0400
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>>Subject: Bees
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>>        One day, two bees are buzzing around what's left of a rose bush.
>>        "How's your summer been?" asks bee number one.
>>        "Not too good," says bee two.  "Lotta rain, lotta cold.  There
>>        aren't enough flowers, therefore not enough pollen."
>>        The first bee has an idea.  "Hey, why don't you go down to the
>>        corner and hang a left?  There's a bar mitzvah going on.  Plenty
>>        of flowers and fruit."    Bee two buzzes, "Thanks!" and takes off.
>>        An hour later, the bees  bump into each other again.
>>        "How was the bar mitzvah?" asks the first bee.
>>        "Great!" replies the second.
>>        The first bee, however, notices a small circle on his friend's
>>        head, and inquires, "What's that on your head?"
>>        "A yarmulke," is the answer.  "I didn't want them to think I was
>>        a wasp." >>
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