At the courthouse in Butte, there was a big trial going on, and three lawyers were in the men’s room.
The first does his business and when he washes his hands, he scrubs up to his elbows and dries off with a whole wad of paper towels.
“At Harvard Law, they teach us to be thorough.”
The second lawyer washes one hand, and uses just a single paper towel to dry himself.
“At Yale Law, they teach us to be precise.”
The third lawyer looks at them both as he leaves the restroom and says, “At Montana Law, they teach us not to piss on our hands.”