For many years some folk have felt that physicians were able to solve just about whatever trials they may face. The doctors are often only too willing to comply.

Once the patient, a hearty fellow anxious for whatever advantages he could find, confronted his physician: "Doctor, what I need is something to stir me up; something to put me in a fighting mood. Did you put something like that in this prescription?"

"No need," replied the doctor. "You will find that in your bill ..."