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Monday, August 1, 2011

CNN: Walls of home ooze honey

Even though we still have to wait and see how the debt deal shakes out and affects our daily life, it so turns out that, in spite of it all, we are still living in the land of milk and honey.

You can take that literally, since a homeowner experienced streams of honey running down from the walls and forming big puddles of the sweet substance on the floor.

It may not be very pleasant, constantly being surrounded by all those bees, but since it is there and it is free, the sting can be taken out of that by gathering up all that honey and selling it.

Maybe they can sell it to the government and they can put it to good use. After all, you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar and it would sweeten the deal for sure.

I sometimes wonder what really goes on in those debates. If those walls could talk, they would be buzzing. I sincerely doubt though they would be dripping with honey!

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