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A Rabbi, a Hindu and President Clinton were traveling late at night. There was
no motel in sight and they were all very tired. They spotted a farmhouse in the distance, so
they decided to stop. They knocked on the door. A farmer answered.
"Please forgive us for disturbing you so late at night. Could we
possibly stay here this evening? There is no inn for miles around," they all said.
"Sure," said the farmer, "except that I have only two spare cots. One
of you will have to sleep in the barn with the cow and the pig." So the
Rabbi volunteered to sleep in the barn.
Five minutes later there was a knock on the farmhouse door. It was the
Rabbi. "I'm sorry," he said. "It's forbidden in my faith to eat the
meat of a pig. I find it abhorrent to share sleeping quarters with one, as well.
Will one of you change places with me?" So the Hindu volunteered to sleep in the barn.
Another five minutes later, there is another knock on the farmhouse door. This time, it was the Hindu.
Forgive me," he said. "Cows are sacred in my faith, and I find it uncomfortable to sleep in the same space with one."
"All right," reluctantly volunteered the President. "I'll go sleep in the barn."
Two minutes later, there was yet another knock on the farmhouse door.
It was the cow and the pig.