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July 18th, 2004, 09:45 PM #1
Two high school students get busted for selling drugs
and find themselves before the judge...
After looking over the records and the police reports
the judge looks up at the defendants and says... “Boys
selling drugs to high school students is serious business
and, it seems to me, that you boys have done a lot of
damage here... But, since you’re both just kids yourselves
and this is your first offense, I’m going to give you one
chance, under the provisions of the community
service act, to stay out of jail.”
The boys nod accordingly and the judge continues...
“I think you boys should undo some of the damage that
you’ve done so... what I want you to do is to go back to
your school and convince as many people as you can to
sign a pledge that, from this point forward, they will not
do drugs of any kind...” The boys are pleasantly surprised
and they quickly agree...
“Don’t agree so quickly” says the judge, “I expect each of
you to get as many names as possible, and I want you back
here in thirty days and if either one of you comes back with
less than ten names, you’re going straight to jail... do you
understand that...?” Again the boys agree and quickly
leave the courtroom...
Thirty days go by and the boys once again are standing
before the judge... Turning to the first boy the judge asks...
“All right son, how many names did you get?”... “Well it was
rough, but I finally managed to get ten names” he replied, as
he handed his list to the judge.... As he’s looking over the list
the judge asks, “and just how did you go about getting these
names, son?” “Well,” the kid replies, “when we left here last
month we came up with this gimmick to get peoples’ attention.”
“We decided the best time to reach the most people would be
at lunch time in the cafeteria.” “That makes sense,” replied the
judge “and what was this gimmick that you came up with?”
“What we decided to do,” the kid continued, “was to show
them a donut and a cheerio... show them the donut and say
‘this is your brain’... and then show them the cheerio and say
‘this is you brain on drugs’...” The judge stares at the kid and
says, “You’re telling me that you used a silly little trick like
that and you managed to get ten people to sign this pledge..?”
“Yes sir.” the kid replied...
Feeling somewhat skeptical, the judge asks the second boy...
“And how many names did you manage to get son...?”
Reaching forward and handing the judge his list the boy says...
“I got ninety seven names sir...” The judge is shocked...
“Now wait a minute,” he said “you’re telling me that you used
that same stupid donut and cheerio thing and you got ninety
seven people to sign this?... I find that hard to believe young man.”
“Well it wasn’t working too well at first,” the kid replied,
“so I had to change it around a little and do it backwards....”
“What do you mean you had to change it and do it backwards?”
the judge asks... The kid replies... “well, I did use the donut and the
cheerio but... what I did was to show them the cheerio first and
say “this is your ******* before you go to prison... and this...........<Font size="1" color="99000">Never doubt anybody's word for anything... but... Always double check everything... - Grandpa</font>
July 19th, 2004, 05:02 AM #2
sick, but true....
July 19th, 2004, 10:09 AM #3
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is this from experience?
July 19th, 2004, 09:48 PM #4
Nope... actually, it’s one of the few good jokes that I’ve ever
heard from a lawyer... But since you asked me a question like that
I guess it reminds you of something in your own experience...
Speaking of lawyers... here’s another one my lawyer loves to tell..
“What’s the difference between a dead skunk in the road...
and a dead lawyer in the road.....?”
“There are always skid marks in front of the skunk...”
Edited for spelling...<Font size="1" color="99000">Never doubt anybody's word for anything... but... Always double check everything... - Grandpa</font>
July 20th, 2004, 12:57 AM #5
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