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Subject: Just to Start a Fight on Friday Night

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by lethal tupperwa, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

    Aug 20, 2002
    A Soldier, a Sailor, an Airman & a Marine got into an argument about which
    branch of the service was "The Best." The arguing became so heated the four
    service men failed to see an oncoming truck as they crossed the street. They
    were hit by the truck & killed instantly.

    Soon, the four servicemen found themselves at the Pearly gates of Heaven.
    There, they met Saint Peter & decided that only he could be the ultimate
    source of truth & honesty. So, the four servicemen asked him, "Saint Peter,
    which branch of the United States Armed Forces is the best?"

    Saint Peter replied, "I can't answer that. However, I will ask God what He
    thinks the next time I see Him. Meanwhile, thank you for your service on
    Earth & welcome to Heaven." Some time later the four servicemen see Saint
    Peter & remind him of the question they had asked when first entering
    Heaven. The four servicemen asked Saint Peter if he was able to find the
    answer. Suddenly, a sparkling white dove lands on Saint Peter's shoulder. In
    the dove's beak is a note glistening with gold dust. Saint Peter opens the
    note, trumpets blare, gold dust drifts into the air, harps play crescendos &
    Saint Peter begins to read the note aloud to the four servicemen:


    TO: All Former Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, & Marines


    1. All branches of the United States Armed Forces are honorable & noble.

    2. Each serves America well & with distinction.

    3. Serving in the United States military represents a great honor warranting
    special respect, tribute, & dedication from your fellow man.

    4. Always be proud of that.

    Warm regards,

    GOD, USN, (Retired)
  2. larry_minn

    larry_minn Silver Member Millennium Member

    Dec 16, 1999

  3. Ender

    Ender ComfortablyNumb

    May 20, 2001
    now THAT was funny...