Rush to Judgment
Abe, an honest peddler, earns his living by selling wares from his cart, which is drawn by his faithful horse Arnie.
One day while on his rounds, a car traveling too fast smashes into the cart, sending Abe and Arnie flying.
A policeman comes to the scene and notices Arnie, the horse, in a very bad state.
He pulls out his gun and shoots the horse in the head, putting it out of its misery.
He then walks over to Abe, who is also lying badly injured.
"And tell me sir," says the policemen, "how are you feeling?"
Abe, having witnessed what happened to Arnie, puts up his arms and says, "I swear on my life, I've never felt better!"