- Created on Sunday, 09 April 2017 23:00
After an unusually severe windstorm, Dorsey, a farmer friend of mine, called his insurance company's claims adjuster to come to his farm to survey the damage. One major mishap was that the barn roof had been lifted off intact -- carried about fifty yards from the barn.
The adjuster had been there for ten minutes when he remarked, "Well, it looks like you lost your roof."
"Nope," Dorsey replied. "It's not lost. It just ain't where I want it. I want it back on top of the barn, where it useta be!"