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Dedicated in blessed memory of Richard Allen Julis who made us laugh and made us better Jews.

Old Morty Hubberman was walking along the beach and found an old bottle washed up on the shore. He picked it up and opened it, and a genie popped out and said "Thanks! You know the drill... you've got three wishes. The only catch is, whatever you ask for, your ex-wife Myrna will get double."

Morty thought about this for a minute and said, "OK, fair enough. For my first wish I'd like a million dollars." Poof! A million for him, two million for Myrna.

"OK, how about your next wish?" asked the genie. "Well, I think I'd like a mansion by the sea." Once again, everything went as expected - he got his mansion, and then Myrna got two.

"What would you like for your last wish?" asked the genie.

"My last wish,” Morty said as he thought for a moment, “is that I'd like you to scare me half to death!"

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