A man dies and goes to heaven. He is greeted by St. Peter, who offers to
give him a tour of heaven.

As the man walks around, he notices many clocks. Some go very fast,
while others move very slowly.

When the tour is done, the man asks St. Peter why some clocks move at
varied speeds. St. Peter replies, "Each clock represents a person. Every
time you lie, your clock speeds up. As you can see, people's clocks are
separated by career. Over here are teachers, and over there are doctors,
for example."

The man nods. "Where the politicians' clocks?" he asks.

St. Peter replies, "We're using them in the back as air conditioners."
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