The Beehive Theory

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  1. #1 Shane Killian
    May 23, 2008

    I, for one, welcome our apoid overlords.

  2. #2 JM
    May 23, 2008

    I just experienced a shock of recognition.

    I’ve heard stuff just like the “Beehive Theory” from corporate consultants explaining “enterprise strategy”

    Either Cheney’s finally got the cognitive implant working or the refugees from Andersen’s have finished their tunnel under the Oval Office.

  3. #3 Optimus Primate
    May 23, 2008

    For his analogy to work, we would have also had to step on a lot of innocent caterpillars while we were stomping on anthills looking for bess, and instead of metamorphosing into butterflies, the relatives of the dead caterpillars would have had to evolve into wasps and sting us in the foot. And I’m pretty sure that’s not how that works.

  4. #4 Dan
    May 24, 2008

    Gyaagh! Bush is like stupid –only dumber.

    He’s dumber than stupid. And, he’s still breathing. It’s a miracle, really.

  5. #5 EyeNoU
    May 24, 2008

    Bee healthy! Eat your honey!

  6. #6 Joel
    May 24, 2008

    Bush parrots the metaphor Cheney told him to help him understand why we should invade Iraq. Strangely enough, Bush doesn’t seem to understand what everyone else knows about beehives.

    You don’t just run around indiscriminately kicking beehives, if you do, there’s no avoiding it, you’re going to get stung.

  7. #7 Julie Stahlhut
    May 24, 2008

    Only forty-seven seconds, and it sums up everything that’s wrong with both GWB and his presidency — everything from the bullying personality to the siege mentality to the willful ignorance of the natural world.

  8. #8 JM
    May 24, 2008

    Joel: ” there’s no avoiding it, you’re going to get stung.”

    On the other hand, what’s a few stings if you eventually win by destroying the hive?

    Problem is, no honey (oil)

  9. #9 John Phillips, FCD
    May 24, 2008

    Well, it is just a theory. Teach the controversy.

    Wouldn’t be surpised if he believes in the stork theory too :)

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