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Lesson Plans


SCarl49932 <SCarl49932>: clkinton

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bob carl (bcarl28)
Thu, 28 May 1998 18:43:27 -0400


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From: SCarl49932 <SCarl49932>
To: Sarah_Smart, sammon,
RSTANLEY,WITHAMT,
cheryl144,ganderson, Jakensis,
bcarl28,MMMARKE, Photoisme, MARTAY,
KnKd
Subject: clkinton
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 00:35:52 EDT
Message-ID: <f2485590.356b9829>

Subject: Heavens Clocks
>
>A guy dies and goes to heaven.
>
>It's a slow day for St. Peter, so, upon passing the entrance test, St.
>Peter
>says "I'm not very busy today, why don't you let me show you around?"
>The guy thinks this is a great idea and graciously accepts the offer.
>St. Peter shows him all the sights, the golf course, the reading room
and
>library, the observation room, the cafeteria and finally, they come to a
>HUGE room full of clocks. The guy asks, "What's up with these clocks?"
>St. Peter explains, "Everyone on earth has a clock that shows how much
>time he has left on earth. When a clock runs out of time, the person
dies
>and comes to the Gates to be judged."
>The guy thinks this makes sense but notices that some of the clocks
>are going faster than others. He asks why is that? St. Peter explains,
>"Every time a living person tells a lie, it speeds his clock."
>This also makes sense, so the guy takes one last look around the room
>before leaving and notices one clock in the center of the ceiling. On
this
>clock, both hands are spinning at an unbelievable rate. So he asks,
>"What's the story with that clock?" "Oh, that," St. Peter replies,
"That's
>Bill Clinton's clock. We decided to use it as a fan."
>

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