A Pastor goes to the dentist for a set of false teeth. The first Sunday
after he gets his new teeth, he talks for only eight minutes. The second
Sunday, he talks for only ten minutes. The following Sunday, he talks for 2
hours and 48 minutes. 

The congregation had to mob him to get him down from the pulpit and they
asked him what happened. 

The Pastor explains the first Sunday his gums hurt so bad he couldn't talk
for more than 8 minutes. The second Sunday his gums hurt too much to talk
for more than 10 minutes. But, the third Sunday, he put his wife's' teeth in
by mistake and he couldn't shut up. 

I love it when I make you smile...and I KNOW you are smiling!



A Pastor goes to the dentist for a set of false teeth. The first Sunday
after he gets his new teeth, he talks for only eight minutes. The second
Sunday, he talks for only ten minutes. The following Sunday, he talks for 2
hours and 48 minutes. 

The congregation had to mob him to get him down from the pulpit and they
asked him what happened. 

The Pastor explains the first Sunday his gums hurt so bad he couldn't talk
for more than 8 minutes. The second Sunday his gums hurt too much to talk
for more than 10 minutes. But, the third Sunday, he put his wife's' teeth in
by mistake and he couldn't shut up. 

I love it when I make you smile...and I KNOW you are smiling!

 
In 1923, Who Was...

1. President of the largest steel company?

2. President of the largest gas company?

3. President of the New York Stock Exchange?

4. Greatest wheat speculator?

5. President of the Bank of International Settlement?

6. Great Bear of Wall Street?


These men were considered some of the worlds most successful

of their days.


Now, 82 years later, history tells us what ultimately became

of them.


The Answers:

1. The president of the largest steel company.  Charles

    Schwab, died a pauper.

2. The president of the largest gas company, Edward Hopson,

    went insane.

3. The president of the NYSE, Richard Whitney, was released

    from prison to die at home

4. The greatest wheat speculator, Arthur Cooger, died abroad,

    penniless.

5. The president of the Bank of International Settlement,

    shot himself.

6 The Great Bear of Wall Street, Cosabee Livermore, also

    committed suicide.


However, in that same year, 1923, the PGA Champion and the

winner of the most important golf tournament, the US Open,

was Gene Sarazen.


So, what became of him?

He played golf until he was 92, and died in 1999 at the ripe

old age of 95! He was *very* financially secure at the time

of his death.



The moral here:

Forget work.

Play golf!
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