If the Impressionists Had Been Dentists
Finding out he had a bad heart and was going to have to have a transplant, the patient met with his heart surgeon. As they were having their conference, a call came in that there were 2 hearts available. The doctor asked him which one he wanted. The patient asked who had had each heart before. The doctor explained that one had been that of a social worker and the other that of a lawyer. Without a second passing, the patient exclaimed he wanted the heart of the attorney. Perplexed that there had been no questions about age, sex of the prior user or other concerns, the doctor asked how he could make such a decision so fast. “Easy.” replied the patient. “I do not want the bleeding heart of a social worker and because most attorneys seem to have no heart, that one was probably used very little!”
Thanks to my Uncle Jer.