Bill Dunn's    FAITH & FUNNIES

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and having some laughs during the journey


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Three guys were in a house standing by the picture window. Suddenly, a gray furry animal ran across the lawn. The three men got only a brief glimpse of the animal as it ran by.

The first guy said, “That was a cat.” The second guy said, “No, that was a squirrel.” The third guy said, “No, you’re both wrong. That was a rabbit.”

By using basic logic and reason, we understand that only one of their statements can be true. Maybe none of the statements were true—the animal might have been a fox or a small dog or a mouse on steroids. The one thing we can say for sure, however, is that it is IMPOSSIBLE for all three statements to be true.  (Continued...)

The nation’s most expensive residential real estate deal occurred last week. An estate known as the Copper Beech Farm, in Greenwich, CT, sold for $120 million. It’s a 12-bedroom, 15,000 square-foot Victorian mansion on 50 acres of waterfront property, and includes a 75-foot heated swimming pool and two islands.

This piece of real estate made a big splash last year when it went on the market, with an asking price of $190 million. But it finally sold this month for “only” $120 million. There is a simple reason why it sold for so little: I drive a hard bargain. Yep, I’m the guy who bought it.  (Continued...)

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