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Which Service Is Best

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by txleapd, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. txleapd

    txleapd Hook 'Em Up

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    A soldier, a sailor, an airman, and a marine get into an argument about what armed force is the best. The argument gets so heated that they fail to see an on-coming truck. They are hit and killed instantly.

    When they arrive in heaven, they see Saint Peter at the Pearly Gates. So they decide he can settle their argument. They walk up and ask him, "Saint Peter, what Military Service is the best?" He thinks for a moment, then says, "Well, I'm afraid I can't tell you. But I'll tell you what. I'll talk to God next time I see Him, and I'll find out for you. In the mean time, welcome to heaven." So they enter.

    Later, they see Saint Peter while walking around, and they ask him about their question. But before Saint Peter can say anything, trumpets blare, a bright light shines, and a white dove flies out of the light with an envelope in it's beak. Saint Peter says, "Ah, here's the answer from the Boss." He takes the letter, and the dove flies off. He opens it, trumpets play, gold dust flies up, and Saint Peter reads aloud:


    FROM THE DESK OF GOD

    TO: SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN, AND MARINES

    RE: WHICH SERVICE IS BEST.

    Dear Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines,
    All branches of the United States Armed forces are truly honorable. One should take pride in serving with the Military. You are all well-trained men, all capable of pulling off your job exceedingly well.
    Therefore, there is no superior service.

    Sincerely,
    God, USMC (Ret.)