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Jan. 8th, 2003 | 06:09 pm

I have seen this before.. but it always makes me laugh....

After being nearly snowbound for two weeks last winter, a Seattle man departed for his vacation in Miami Beach, where he was to meet his wife the next day at the conclusion of her business trip to Minneapolis. They were looking forward to pleasant weather and a nice time together...

Unfortunately, there was some sort of mix up at the boarding gate, and the man was told he would have to wait for a later flight. He tried to appeal to a supervisor but was told the airline was not responsible for the problem and it would do no good to complain. Upon arrival at the hotel the next day, he discovered that Miami Beach was having a heat wave, and its weather was almost as uncomfortably hot as Seattle's was cold.

The desk clerk gave him a message that his wife would arrive as planned. He could hardly wait to get to the pool area to cool off, and quickly sent his wife an email, but due to his haste, he made an error in the email address.

His message therefore arrived at the home of an elderly preacher's wife whose even older husband had died only the day before. When the grieving widow opened her email, she took one look at the monitor, let out an anguished scream, and fell to the floor dead. Her family rushed to her room where they saw this message on the computer screen:

Dearest Wife,

Departed yesterday as you know. Just now got checked in. Some confusion at the gate. Appeal was denied. Received confirmation of your arrival tomorrow.

Your loving husband.

P.S. Things are not as we thought. You're going to be surprised at how hot it is down here.

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from: taylorrain
date: Jan. 8th, 2003 05:06 pm (UTC)

HAHAHAHAH - that is funny *grin*

that is sure an interesting career choice. I used to work in a hopital when I was in college. I was always the one who took the bodies to the morge because everyone else was afraid. There was always interesting stuff in the drawers there *grin*

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from: shoshiki
date: Jan. 8th, 2003 05:31 pm (UTC)

Interesting stuff in the drawers, huh?
There is only one place around here with drawers thank god.. the rest have walk in coolers... Much easier to get in and out of...

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