"How can I ever thank you?" gushed a woman to her lawyer, after he had solved her legal troubles. "My dear woman," lawyer replied, "Ever since the Phoenicians invented money there has been only one answer to that easy question."
Invention Of Electricity
When switching on his room bulb, the Santa Said "The invention of Electricity Was A good work by Benjamin" The Banta Asked 'Of course, but why are you asking it now?". He answered 'Otherwise the invention of Bulbs and tubelights would have gone useless!!!"
Science is making so many strides ahead, almost daily, that it gets increasingly difficult for the layman to keep up. Latest invention we've heard about is a toothpaste with built-in food particles, for people who can't eat between every brushing.
One Hell Of A Phone
When President Nixon was visiting the USSR, Brezhnev showed him a new telephone which could be used to talk to hell. Amazed by the concept, Nixon decided to try it, so he dialled the number and was put through. The call to hell cost just 27 kopecks.
When he got back to the USA, Nixon excitedly told friends about this mysterious Soviet wonder. But he was surprised to learn that the same phone had already been invented by the Americans. So Nixon decided to call hell again. He was disappointed though, as this time it cost $US 12,000.
“How come it was so expensive?" he asked. "In the USSR it was 27 kopecks!"
"Well," came the response, “that’s because there it’s only a local call."
Three proud mothers were describing the virtues of their children.
The first said,
“My daughter, the surgeon, has invented a new artificial liver that has saved the lives of countless patients."
The second proudly proclaimed,
“My son, the physicist, has developed a new energy source capable of heating thousands of homes with absolutely no pollution."
“That is nothing," replied the third,
“my son the lawyer has discovered a new accounting system that allows him to bill clients for the time he spends on the golf course!"