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Night court

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jan 19, 2005.

  1. okie

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    Location:
    Muskogee Ok.
    It was the usual scene in the City's Night Court,
    the Police had rounded up the usual collection
    of street walkers and brought them before the
    Judge; three stood before him, all arrested on
    the same corner. He asked the first *lady*
    what she had to say for herself.

    The woman was irate, "I don't know what all
    this is about your Honor. I'm a college student
    doing research for a term paper."

    The Judge sighed and said, "Well, Miss, I would
    have thought you'd done enough research' by
    now. My computer says you have two prior
    convictions. Thirty days and $250 fine."

    He then turned to the second *lady* and
    requested her to testify. The woman began
    crying softly and said, "Judge, I am just a
    housewife out getting a pack of cigarettes for
    my husband. I have no idea why I was arrested."

    This time, the Judge shook his head and said,
    "Well, young lady, the officer tells me that he
    saw you had a stack of bills along with the
    cigarettes to your 'husband' in his new Cadillac.
    Thirty days and $250 fine."

    He turned to the last of the trio and asked her
    occupation.

    The woman said simply, "I'm a hooker."

    Refreshed at her honesty, the Judge laughed
    and said, "How's business?"

    She sneered and replied, "Terrible, Judge, with
    all these students and housewives around, I
    can't turn a single trick."