Near the end of their racing careers, a Ferrari and a Lamborghini made a pact. The first one to reach racing heaven would let the other know if heaven even had car racing.
As luck would have it, the Lamborghini was demolished in a fiery wreck. A few days later, it revealed itself to the Ford in a vision. “I have some good news and some bad news,” the Lambo told the Ferrari. “The good news is that heaven is crazy about auto racing. They have everything here Formula 1, Drag Racing, NASCAR, you name it.”
“So what’s the bad news?” the Ferrari asked the deceased Lamborghini.
“The bad news is that you’re on pole position for next Sunday’s race.”
A motorist runs a red light and is photographed by an automated police surveillance camera. In the mail a short time later, he receives a photo of his car committing the traffic offence and a fine for Kshs. 3,000. Instead of paying the fine, the motorist mails the police department a photograph of three 1000 Kenya Shilling notes. Several days later, he gets a letter back from the police department. Inside is a photograph of a pair of handcuffs.
A banker is proudly driving his brand-new Jaguar sedan around Nairobi City. On reaching his destination, he parks the car at the curb and gets out on the traffic side. Just as he opens the door, a taxi slams into it, ripping the door right off its hinges. The cabby drives off as if nothing extraordinary has occurred.
A policeman who witnesses the whole thing walks up to the banker, who is now wailing loudly, “Oh my God! Look what that idiot did to my new Jaguar!”
The cop looks at the banker, shakes his head, and says, “You bankers are so damn materialistic! Here you are whining about your expensive car, and you don’t even realize the taxi tore off your arm!”
The banker looks down at where his arm used to be and begins to wail loudly, “Oh my God, my Rolex is gone!”