The difference between Oo and oO

Two young men appear in court after being arrested for smoking dope.

The judge says, “You seem like nice young men and I’d like to give you a second chance instead of jail time.  I want you to go out this weekend and try to convince others of the evils of drug use.  I’ll then see you back in court on Monday.”

On Monday, the judge asks the first guy, “How did you do over the weekend?”  

“Well, your honor, I persuaded 17 people to give up drugs forever.”

“Seventeen people?  That’s wonderful!” said the Judge.  “How did you do it?”

“Well, I used a diagram, your honor.  I drew two circles like this: O o. Then I told them that the big circle is your brain before drugs and the small circle is your brain after drugs.”

“That’s admirable,” says the judge. Then he turns to the second guy and asked him, “And how did you do?”

“Well, your honor, I persuaded 156 people to give up drugs forever.”

“Wow!” says the judge. “156 people!  How did you manage to do that?”

“Well,” the guy says, “I used a similar diagram!  But first drew two circles like this: o O.   I then pointed to the little circle and said, “This is your asshole before prison, and…”

One thought on “The difference between Oo and oO

  1. I’m laughing. But the truth about this story is that the circles represented were actually the barrels of small and large caliber weapons which the judge uses to control everybody that comes before him. The first guy used a big gun first and once he got those under control he only needed a small gun to keep it going. The second guy used a small gun first, but since that wasn’t enough he brought out his big gun and that put him over the top. Again, the ‘justice’ system uses both approaches. They should have brought all 4 of their guns to the revisit and the rest would be his (the judges) last story!

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