Plague of pigeons {New version of Wetback Joke}

Carl Spitzer cwsiv_2nd at HOTPOP.COM
Sat Jun 6 14:28:13 MDT 2009


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 The mayor of a small Israeli town, lets call it Yonah Illit, was very
worried about a plague of pigeons in his town.

   The mayor could not remove the pigeons from the city. The people
of Yonah Illit could not walk on the sidewalks or drive on the roads. It
was costing a fortune to try to keep the streets and sidewalks clean.

   One day a man came to City Hall and made the following proposition.
"I can rid your beautiful city of its plague of pigeons without cost to
the city. But, you must promise not to ask me any questions. If you do,
you must pay me one million dollars!"

   The mayor considered the offer briefly and accepted the proposition.

   The next day the man climbed to the top of City Hall, opened his
coat, and released a blue pigeon. The blue pigeon circled in the air and
flew up into the bright blue sky. All the pigeons in Yonah Illit saw the
blue pigeon. They gathered up behind the blue pigeon. 

   The Yonah Illit pigeons followed the blue pigeon as she flew
southward out of the city.

   The next day the blue pigeon returned completely alone to the man at
City Hall. The Mayor was very impressed. He thought the man and the blue
pigeon had performed a wonderful miraculous feat to rid Yonah  Illit of
the plague of pigeons.

   The mayor couldn't contain his curiosity and was willing to part with
a million dollars just to ask one question.
  
   Do you think the question was: "Where did you find this blue pigeon?"
Nope.


Do you think the question was: "Where did all the pigeons fly off to?"
No way, not even close.


You know what the mayor asked?


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"Where can I find a blue Palestinian?"
 

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