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And finally....

How Moses got the 10 Commandments....

God went to the Arabs and said, "I have Commandments for you that will make your lives better.

The Arabs asked, "What are Commandments?"

And the Lord said, "They are rules for living."

"Can you give us an example?"

"Thou shall not kill."

"Not kill? We're not interested."



He went to the Blacks and said, "I have Commandments."

The Blacks wanted an example, and the Lord said, "Honor thy Father and Mother."

"Father? We don't know who our fathers are."



Then He went to the Mexicans and said, "I have Commandments."

The Mexicans also wanted an example, and the Lord said "Thou shall not steal."

"Not steal? We're not interested."



Then He went to the French and said, "I have Commandments."

The French too wanted an example and the Lord said,"Thou shall not commit adultery."

"Not commit adultery? We're not interested."



Finally, He went to the Jews and said, "I have Commandments."

"Commandments?" They said, "How much are they?"

"They're free."

"We'll take 10."

........ There, that ought to offend just about everybody!

And on that note... heading off for food and other errands *soon*...

... gosh I'm just not wanting to think about my being in an airplane outta here in 18hrs' time! 3 different planes, 5 different airports, and I'm not even going to itemise the travel time & waiting time between all them flights.

Bottomline: here -> there = 30hrs

fun

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  1. Hahahaha, loved this one lynne.

    Anyways, have a safe trip back to KL. :-)

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