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Heaven or Hell?
Waiting in line outside of St. Peter's gate one day were three men and their daughters who all died in a huge car accident.
There was a Jew, and Irishman and a Greek. The Jew was first in line, and as he came up to the desk, St. Peter shook his hand effusively and welcomed him to Heaven.
"Ah, Isaac! I am so glad to see you here. You have been a good man in your life, you have abstained from liquor and been kind to people. You may go on in. Oh, by the way, what is the name of your lovely daughter?"
The Jew proudly replied, "Penny."
St. Peter exploded. "All you jews are the same. All you do is think about money. You even name your kids after it! Go to hell."
And the Jew and his daughter began to walk dejectedly to hell.
Next in line was the Irishman, who was also greeted with a friendly handshake.
"Patrick, my friend, you have been a good, kind man in your life -- giving freely to the poor, I would like to welcome you to Heaven. By the way, what is your daughter's name?"
"Brandy," the Irishman replied.
Once again, St. Peter exploded. "All you Irishmen are the same! All you think about is liquor! You even name your kids after it! Go to Hell."
As the Irishman and his daughter started on the path to Hell.
The Greek turned to his daughter and said, "Fanny, I think we're in trouble now!"