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February 19, 2014

The Coffee Break

The devil meets a guy at the gates of Hell and says, “Welcome to Hell. You will spend all eternity here, but you get to choose how to spend it. You may choose one of these three doorways. Once you choose a door, you may not change it. So let’s get started.”

The devil opens the first door. The guy looks in and sees a couple people standing on their heads on a concrete floor. “No way am I spending eternity like that,” he says. “Let’s move on.”

The devil opens the second door, where a few people are standing on their heads on a wooden floor. “No way,” the guy says again. “Let’s move on.”

The devil opens the third door, and the guy sees a bunch of people standing knee deep in cow manure, drinking coffee. “Lesser of three evils,” he shrugs. “Ok, I’ll choose this one.”

“Fine,” says the devil. “Wait right here, and I’ll get you some coffee.”

The guy settles in with his coffee, thinking that this isn’t so bad.

Suddenly, a voice comes over the loudspeaker saying, “Coffee break’s over! Back on your heads!”

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