The new Minister stood at the church door greeting parishioners as they departed after the close of services. The people were generous in complimenting the clergyman for his sermon, except one fellow who said to him, "Pretty dull sermon, Reverend." And in a minute or two the same man appeared again on line and said, "Pretty dull sermon, Reverend." Once again the man appeared, this time muttering, "You really didn't say anything at all, Reverend."
When he got the opportunity, the Minister pointed out the triple-threat pest to one of the Deacons and inquired about him.
"Oh, don't let that guy bother you," said the Deacon.
"He's a poor soul who goes around repeating whatever he hears other people saying."
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