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Old 01-18-2005, 02:47   #1
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An elderly man was quite unhappy because he had lost his favorite hat.
Instead of buying a
new one, he decided he would go to church and swipe one out of the
vestibule. When he
got there, an usher intercepted him at the door and took him to a pew
where he had to sit
and listen to the entire sermon on "The Ten Commandments." After
church, the man met
the preacher in the vestibule doorway, shook his had vigorously, and
told him "I want to
thank you preacher for saving my soul today. I came to church to steal
a hat and after
hearing your sermon on the 10 Commandments, I decided against it."
Preacher: "You mean the commandment 'I shall not steal' changed your
Old Man: "No, the one about adultery did.
As soon as you said that I remember where I left my old hat!"
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