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    A western buyer is inordinately proud of the fact that one of his ancestors affixed his name to the Declaration of Independence. At the time the salesman called, the buyer was signing a number of checks and affixed his signature with many a curve and flourish. The salesman's patience becoming exhausted in waiting for the buyer to recognize him, he finally observed:

    "You have a fine signature, Mr. So-and-So."

    "Yes," admitted the buyer, "I should have. One of my forefathers signed the Declaration of Independence."

    "So?" said the caller, with rising inflection. And then he added:

    "Vell, you aind't got nottings on me. One of my forefathers signed the Ten Commandments."

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