>The Madam opened the brothel door to see a rather slick looking, > >well-dressed, just past middle-age gentleman. "Can I help you? " The madam > >asked. > >"I want to see Natalie, " the man replied. "Sir, Natalie is one of our > >most > >expensive ladies, perhaps someone else. > >"No, I must see Natalie. " Just then Natalie appeared and announced to > the > >man that she charges $1, 000 per visit. > >Without blinking, the man reached into his pocket and handed her ten $100 > >bills. The two went up to a room for an hour, whereupon the man calmly > left. > >The next night he appeared again demanding to see Natalie. Natalie > >explained that no one had ever come back two nights in a row and that there > >were no discounts. . . it was still $1, 000 a visit. Again the man took > >out > >the money, the two went up to the room, and an hour later, he left. > >When he showed up the third consecutive night, no one could believe it. > >Again he handed Natalie the money and up to the room they went. At the > end > >of the hour Natalie questioned the man: "No one has ever used my services > >three nights in a row. Where are you from? " > >The man replied, "I'm from Philadelphia. "Really? " replied Natalie. "I > >have family who lives there." > >"Yes, I know, " said the man. "Your father died, and I'm your sister's > >attorney. She asked me to give you your $3, 000 inheritance. " > > Moral: Some things in life are certain: > >Death; - Taxes; and - Being screwed by an attorney.