Friday, June 3, 2011

Hey Johnny Lawman, Stop Hassling the Honey Man!

Posted By on Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 5:01 PM

I wouldn't mess with a guy whos in cahoots with the bees.
  • I wouldn't mess with a guy who's in cahoots with the bees.

This honey seller on the corner of Silverbell and Ruthrauff roads keeps getting hassled by cops and deputies. He’s not taking it lying down, though, and was out there talking about how America was founded on small businesses like honey dealers, and how he once bought a semi-truck full of watermelons and sold the whole load, melon by melon, for a sweet profit.

So if any cops or deputies read this, leave Bill the Honey Man alone! He just wants to sweeten our tea a little, that’s all. Is that so wrong?

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