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Old March 9th 15, 07:43 PM posted to rec.woodworking
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Default OT - I'm sure Lew has seen this - he's seen everything...

The Brothel:

The madam opened the brothel door in Elko County, Nevada, and saw a rather
dignified, well-dressed, good-looking man in his late forties or early

May I help you, sir?' she asked.

'I want to see Valerie,' the man replied.

'Sir, Valerie is one of our most expensive ladies. Perhaps you would prefer
someone else', said the madam.

'No, I must see Valerie,' he replied.

Just then, Valerie appeared and announced to the man she charged $10,000 a

Without hesitation, the man pulled out ten thousand dollars and gave it to
Valerie, and they went upstairs. After an hour, the man calmly left.

The next night, the man appeared again, once more demanding to see Valerie.

Valerie explained that no one had ever come back two nights in a row as she
was so very expensive. There were no discounts and the price was still
$10,000. The gentleman did not blink an eye. Again, he pulled out a wad of
cash, gave it to Valerie, and they went upstairs...After an hour, he left.

The following night the man was there yet again. Everyone was astounded
that he had come for a third consecutive night, maybe a record in the
history of brothels in Nevada, which date back into the early 1800's. But
without hesitation he paid Valerie the ten grand and off they went upstairs.

After their session, Valerie said to the man, 'No one has ever been with me
three nights in a row. Where are you from?'
The man replied, 'Billings, Montana.'

'Really', she said. 'I have family in Billings.'

'I know.' the man said. 'I regret to tell you, but your sister died, and I
am her attorney. She asked me to give you your $30,000 inheritance.'

The moral of the story is that three things in life are certain:
1. Death
2. Taxes
3. Being screwed by a lawyer



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