The Defense Rests
Morris is in court as one of the witnesses to a burglary. Because he's an elderly man, the lawyer seems to be doubting his testimony. "So you say you saw my client commit this burglary?" the defense lawyer asks Morris.
"Yes," replies Morris, "I saw him take the goods as clear as can be."
"But Morris," says the defense lawyer, "this burglary took place at night. Are you really sure you saw my client commit this crime?"
"Yes," says Morris, "I definitely saw him do it."
"Listen Morris," continues the defense lawyer, "you're 80 years old and your eyes are probably not as good as they once were. Just how far can you see at night?"
"I can see the moon, how far is that?" replies Morris.