(A beggar sits in front of a bank playing an accordian. There is a monkey sitting next to him as Inspector Clouseau walks up.) Clouseau: Do you have a license? Beggar: What? Clouseau: City ordinance 147-B prohibits the playing of any musical instrument in a public place for the purpose of commercial enterprize without a proper license. Beggar: I don't understand. Clouseau: It is against the leu (law) for you to play your musical instrument. Beggar: Leu? Clouseau: What? Beggar: You say, it's against the leu? Clouseau: Yes. Unless you have a proper license. Beggar: What kind of license? Clouseau: A license that permits the playing of any musical instrument in a public place for the purpose of commercial enterprize. Beggar: Commercial enterprize? Clouseau: Yes. You play that thing and people give you the muhnay. Beggar: People give the monkey the money. Clouseau: It is the same. Beggar: Oh, no. I am a musician and the monkey is a businessman. He doesn't tell me what to play, and I don't tel him what to do with his money. (Through the window of the bank, you can see that it is being robbed.) One day I came home and I found him sitting in my living room. I let him stay, but he pays for his own room and board. Clouseau: Then the minkey's (monkey's) breaking the leu. Beggar: But he doesn't play any musical instrument. Clouseau: City ordinance 132-R prohibits the begging. Beggar: How do you know so much about city ordinances? Clouseau: What sort of stupid question is that? Are you blind? Beggar: Yes.
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