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Chapter 6: Still Believing in Leprechauns?

“All right,” said the club prezzy. “But nobody can pee that far.”

Rabbi Goldstein proceeded to pee all over Peckham.

“See,” he said, after changing his clothes. “I knew you could not do it. Come on, I will buy.”

At the bar they met Lockwood, the local bank chairman. “This is Rabbi Goldstein,” said the club president. “He is one of our new members.”

Peckham then told Lockwood about the money he had won, including how Rabbi Goldstein had peed all over him.

“Oh no!” cried the banker, “That son-of-a-bitch bet me twenty thousand dollars he would piss all over the president on his first day at the club!”

Enough for today.