Hank was amazed at the length of the funeral procession going down Main St. Watching for awhile, he observed that the cortege consisted entirely of men and that it was led by a man holding a Doberman pincher on a leash. WHen his curiosity got the better of him, he walked up to the man at the front of the line. "Excuse me for interrupting you in your time of grief," said Hank politely, "but I've never seen such a funeral procession. Would you mind telling me who it's for." It's for my mother-in-law," explained the mourner. Tightening the leash, he gestured down at the dog and said, "My Doberman here killed her." "Gee,..that's terrible," commiserated Hank. "But,...hmmmm... is there anyway you might lend me your dog for a day or so?" The bereaved son-in-law pointed his thumb over his shoulder and answered, "Get in line."
(From the "Rest" of RHF)