A lawyer was getting fitted for a suit at his tailor's office. As he was standing there, he decided to have some fun with the simple man. "I guess our jobs are pretty similar," said the lawyer.

The tailor remained silent, so the lawyer continued, "What I mean is that we're both in the same business - making suits.  And both of our suits end up in a court of law."

The tailor said nothing, but continued measuring, so the lawyer added, "Of course, I went to college and then law school for seven years to learn how to make my suits."

"Yes," said the tailor, "but when I make a suit, it only costs you a hundred dollars."