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    A woman came rushing into a veterinarian's office carrying a limp duck. "My pet duck isn't moving!" she said. "What is wrong with him?"

    The doctor took the duck, laid in on the examining table, took out his stethoscope, and listened for a heartbeat. He looked up at the woman and said, "I am afraid your duck is dead."

    "Are you sure?" the woman asked. "Isn't it possible he is just in some kind of a coma?"

    The doctor left the room and came back shortly carrying a cat. He place the cat on the table. The cat circled the duck two or three times, looking at it carefully, looked at the doctor, shook its head, then jumped off the table and left the room.

    The doctor left again and came back with a labrador retreiver. The dog placed his front paws on the table and sniffed the duck carefully. He looked up at the doctor, shook his head, and left the room.

    "There's no doubt about it," the doctor said. "Your duck is definitely dead." He went to the computer and typed in some information. The computer printed out a bill which he gave to the woman.

    She was shocked to see that the bill was for $820. "Why are you charging me so much just to tell me my duck is dead?" she asked.

    "If you had been willing to take my word that the duck was dead I would only have charged you $20," the doctor said. "The $800 was for the cat scan and the lab report."
    God wants full custody of is children, not just visits on Sunday.

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    Originally posted by theophilus View Post
    A woman came rushing into a veterinarian's office carrying a limp duck. "My pet duck isn't moving!" she said. "What is wrong with him?"

    The doctor took the duck, laid in on the examining table, took out his stethoscope, and listened for a heartbeat. He looked up at the woman and said, "I am afraid your duck is dead."

    "Are you sure?" the woman asked. "Isn't it possible he is just in some kind of a coma?"

    The doctor left the room and came back shortly carrying a cat. He place the cat on the table. The cat circled the duck two or three times, looking at it carefully, looked at the doctor, shook its head, then jumped off the table and left the room.

    The doctor left again and came back with a labrador retreiver. The dog placed his front paws on the table and sniffed the duck carefully. He looked up at the doctor, shook his head, and left the room.

    "There's no doubt about it," the doctor said. "Your duck is definitely dead." He went to the computer and typed in some information. The computer printed out a bill which he gave to the woman.

    She was shocked to see that the bill was for $820. "Why are you charging me so much just to tell me my duck is dead?" she asked.

    "If you had been willing to take my word that the duck was dead I would only have charged you $20," the doctor said. "The $800 was for the cat scan and the lab report."
    Dogs can't run MRI Machines, but Catscan.

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