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Jesus is wandering around Jerusalem when he decides he really needs a new
> robe. After looking around, he sees a sign for "Finkelstein, the Tailor=
> He goes in and Finkelstein prepares a new robe for him which is a perfe=
>When he asks how much he owes, Finkelstein brushes him off: "No, no,
> there's no charge. But, may I ask a small favor? Maybe whenever you gi=
> a sermon you could just mention a little something about how your nice
> was made by Finkelstein the Tailor." Jesus readily agrees and, as
> plugs Finkelstein's robes every time he preaches.
> Some months later, he is walking through Jerusalem and happens by
> Finkelstein's shop. There is a huge line of people waiting for
> robes. He pushes his way through the crowd to speak to Finkelstein.
> "Jesus, Jesus, look what a marvel you've been for business," gushes
> "Would you consider a partnership?"
>"Sure, sure," replies Jesus. "Jesus and Finkelstein it is." "Uh, no, no=
> says Finkelstein. "Finkelstein and Jesus." After all I am the craftsma=
> The two of them debate this for some time. Among other topics, they hav=
> quite a good theological discussion. Finally, they come to a compromise
>The new sign went up -- "Lord & Taylor.">>