It appears that after his death, Albert Einstein found himself working as the doorkeeper at the Pearly Gates. One slow day, he found that he had time to chat with the new entrants.
To the first one he asked, “What’s your IQ?” The new arrival replied, “190”. They discussed Einstein’s theory of relativity for hours.
When the second new arrival came, Einstein once again inquired as to the newcomer’s IQ. The answer this time came “120”. To which Einstein replied, “Tell me, how did the Cubs do this year?” and they proceeded to talk for half an hour or so.
To the final arrival, Einstein once again posed the question, “What’s your IQ?”. Upon receiving the answer “70”, Einstein smiled and asked, “Got a minute to tell me about what Microsoft was thinking when they released the Zune?”
(Apologies to the Fortunes program which included this in it’s original form and to Prof. Einstein for bringing him down to the level of Microsoft.)
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Check also one article we had a few days earlier, the last is one of Those Who Left us Early.