A Rabbi, a Jesuit priest and a lawyer were on a long trip and could not find a hotel. They asked a farmer if he could put them up for the night. The farmer said he could, but there were just two spare beds in the house. He did offer to let one guy sleep on the hay in the barn loft. They agreed to do this, and the Rabbi said he would sleep in the barn. After all were settled for an hour, the Rabbi knocked on the farmer's door. He said "I cannot sleep in the barn above the pigs". The Jesuit priest offered to sleep in the barn, and Rabbi took his bed. An hour later, the priest knocked on the farmer's door, and said "I cannot sleep in the barn above the cows" So the lawyer offered to sleep in the barn, and the priest in his bed. Five minutes later, there again was a knock on the farmer's door. He opened it and there stood a pig and a cow.