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(nil): Athanasios Nenes (nenes(@)oj.rsmas.miami.edu)
Ημερομηνία: Δευ 12 Μάι 1997 - 17:03:51 EEST

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Athanasios Nenes Phone : (305) 361-4750
MAC/RSMAS e-mail:nenes(@)oj.rsmas.miami.edu
University of Miami ^-^
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Two fellows grew up in the mountains, and when they were
grown, one of them said he was going up North to seek his
fortune. The other one said he'd stay home and look after the
farm and their parents. The one up North became a
salesman, soon was sales manager, and then vice president
and president of the company. Before long, his business was
bought out by a big company out West. In a little while, he
became president of the parent company.

One day he got a call from his brother on the farm, who said,
"Daddy died, and the funeral is Friday."

He said, "Oh, my goodness. I have to leave Thursday for a big
merger meeting in Japan. I just can't come, but I want you to
give Daddy the best funeral you can get and send the bill to
me. It's the least I can do."

Well, the brother did that, and in a few weeks, the successful
brother received a bill for $6,000, and he paid it. The following
month, a bill for $100 came. Thinking they had forgotten
something, he paid it. The next month, another bill for $100
came, and he paid that one, too. When another $100 bill
arrived the third month, he called his brother and asked if why
he was getting these bills.

"Oh, yes," the brother said, "I think I know. See, when we got
Daddy all dressed up in his old serge suit in that new casket
with that polished wood and satin lining, he just didn't look
right, and since you said you wanted the best, we rented him
a tuxedo."


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