. One was very good and tried to always live > right and be helpful. His brother on the other hand was bad and did all > the things that men should not do in life and didn't care who he hurt. > > The bad brother died. He was still missed by his brother since he > loved him despite his ways. > > Finally, years later, the good brother died and went to Heaven. > Everything was beautiful and wonderful there, and he was very happy. > > One day he asked God where his brother was, as he hadn't seen him > there. God said that he was sorry but his brother lived a terrible life > and went to Hell instead. > > The good brother then asked God if there was any way for him to see > his brother. So God gave him the power of vision to see into Hell and > there was his brother. He was sitting on a bench with a keg of beer > under one arm and a gorgeous blonde on the other. > > Confused, the good brother said to God, "I am so happy that you let me > into Heaven with you. It is so beautiful here and I love it. But I > don't understand, if my brother was bad enough to go to Hell, why does > he have the keg of beer and a gorgeous blonde? It hardly seems like a > punishment." > > God said unto him, > "Things are not always as they seem, my son. > The keg has a hole in it; the blonde doesn't. "