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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

YAHOO!: Trucker rethinks job after crash releases 25 million bees

I can imagine he does, I would probably have a bee in my bonnet about transporting all those critters and would have to think long and hard whether I even would want to load them up in my truck, or just let them be.

On the other hand, you just can't leave them out in the cold. The insects would freeze to death and who would want to live in a land with milk, but no honey? Someone has to do it, take on the job and get as busy as a bee.

I suppose you just don't think twice about it, load them up and keep on trucking. After all, it is money in the bank and one doesn't expect or anticipate crashing, except after the long haul, safely having delivered the precious cargo and finally finding the time to get some shut-eye.

The accident sure created a big buzz and even though those bees were not very pleased with the bumpy ride at first, I suspect they are enjoying their new found freedom.

To them, it is the bee's knees!



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