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Monday, July 17, 2006

261. The Genie

A man walks into a bar with a paper bag. He sits down and places the
bag on the counter.
The bartender walks up and asks what's in the bag. The man reaches into
the bag and pulling out a little man, about one foot high, and he sets
him on the counter. He reaches back into the bag and this time pulls
out a small piano, setting it on the counter as well. He reaches into
the bag once again and pulls out a tiny piano bench, which he places in
front of the piano.
The little man sits down at the piano and starts playing a piece by
Mozart. "Where on earth did you get that?" says the bartender. The man
responds by reaching into the paper bag again but this time he pulls
out a magic lamp. He hands it to the bartender and says, "Here. Rub
it."
The bartender rubs the lamp and, suddenly, there's a gust of smoke.
Then a beautiful genie is standing before him. "I will grant you one
wish," she says.
The bartender gets excited by having a wish from a real genie.
He had always dreamed about it but now it's actually happening.
Without even hesitating, he says, "I want a million bucks."
The genie nods her head and disappears in another gust of smoke.
A few moments later, a duck walks into the bar. It is soon followed by
another duck, then another. Pretty soon, the entire bar is filled with
ducks.
The bartender turns to the man and says: "Y'know, I think your genie's
a little deaf. I asked for a million bucks, not a million ducks."
"I know," says the man. "Do you really think I asked for a 12-inch
pianist?"

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