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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Sports Plus Beans = Today's Blog Post!

When the first bicycle parts distributor was started, Colonel Karate's Widgets, Saddles, Ointments, Tonics and Bashguards, a coconut tree was planted in honor of the momentous occasion. Colonel Karate later renamed his business Widgets, Saddles, Ointments, Tonics, Bashguards and Shredded Coconut. Since that arboreal symbiosis of bicycle and tree, distributors past and present have planted a tree to mark new milestones in their existence. We at the Hawley company are no exception. So it was with great fanfare and jubilation that a Sport Beans tree was planted to celebrate the imminent completion of the new 900,000 foot expansion (take that J & B!). Sandy pulled out some Sport Beans from the bean incubator and gave the Blog the green light as she hummed "Battle Hymn of the Republic" with tears streaming down her face. God bless this Sport Bean tree and its nourishing bounty!

"One... two... four beans! Four Sport Beans!!! Ah, ah, ahhhhh"
"Let's prepare the bean sarcophagus! Using your fingers is a great way to clear out dirt and sand! Works for ear wax and eye boogers too!"
"In ya go kiddies!"
"Sleep my pretties, sleep!"
"Can you believe it's December? This weather is crazy!... Crazy like a fox!"


spokejunky said...

"Everything in this room is eatable. In fact even I am eatable, but that is called canabalism my dear children and is frowned upon in most civilizations.” Willy Wonka

azanca02 said...

Can I eat your pink bike Spokejunky?

Spiritof76 said...

I wonder if by planting those ((magic)) beans they will grow a beanstalk so tall and high they will touch the stairs of a magic floating castle in the clouds dominated by a gargantuan hungry giant that has giant food giant shoes and socks and a magic talking harp that can grant wishes? I also wonder who would be as so brave at the Hawley Company to slay this formentioned treacherous brute.

spokejunky said...

It is cotton candy pink. I like to hearken back to the days when someone dared me to chew on a peice of tin foil. It sounded like a good idea at the time.