A FLYING CRISIS

Four passengers were on a sight-seeing flight in Australia in a small plane. The four were George W. Bush, Bill Gates, the Dalai Lama, and a backpacker. All of a sudden the engine began to sputter. The pilot says to the four "We're going to have to bail out. Unfortunately, there are only 4 parachutes--and I've got one of them." With that he jumps out of the plane. George Bush says "Well I'm the most important man in the world so I'm taking a parachute." He does and he jumps. Then Bill Gates says "Well I'm the most intelligent man in the world so I'm taking one." He grabs a bag and he jumps. The Dalai Lama turns to the backpacker and says "Well I'm the most compassionate man in the world, so you can have the last one." The backpacker says, "that's not necessary, the most intelligent man in the world took my backpack."


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