An American, an Englishman and a Japanese fellow were discussing their respective countries over drink at a London pub one evening.
The English fellow mentioned how British medicine had progressed so far that doctors recently had taken a single liver, cut it into six pieces, then transplanted it into six separate men in need of a healthy liver.
This had resulted in six new workers in the job market.
At this, the Japanese guy said that in his country doctors had cut a lung into twelve pieces, transplanted these into 12 people in need of healthy lungs, thereby putting 12 new people in the job market.
Not to be outdone, the American said. “That’s nothing. In the US. we took one an-thole. made it President, and now there are 10 million people in the market looking for a job!”