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  • Subject: Fwd: Surgeons
  • From: Sara.Parker(--nospam--at)zool.AirTouch.COM
  • Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 10:59:07 -0800




Sara Parker@AIRTOUCH
02/09/98 10:59 AM


> 5 surgeons are taking a coffee break.
>
> 1st surgeon says: "Accountants are the best to operate on because
> when you open them up, everything inside is numbered."
>
> 2nd surgeon says: "Nah, librarians are the best.  Everything
> inside them is in alphabetical order."
>
> 3rd responds: "Try electricians, man!  Everything inside THEM is
> color coded."
>
> 4th intercedes:  "I like engineers... they always understand when
> you have a few parts left over at the end."
>
> To which the 5th surgeon, who has been quietly listening to the
> conversation, says: "You're all wrong. Lawyers are the easiest.
> There's no guts, no heart, no spine and their head and butt are
> interchangeable."



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