Clown A: Stoops down and picks up a dollar bill. He feels pretty good about his find.
Clown B: taps Clown A on the shoulder, "How about the two dollars you owe me?"
Clown A: "All right, Here's a dollar on account"
Clown B: Pockets Bill.
Clown C: Taps Clown B on shoulder and asks: "How about the two dollars you owe me?"
Clown B: "O'Kay, here's a dollar on account"
Clown C - to Clown A: "Remember the two dollars I borrowed form you? Well, here's a dollar
Clown A has his dollar back.
Clown A to Clown B: "I still owe you a dollar, don't I? Well, here it is, and we're all fair and square."
Clown C to Clown B: "Now that you've got a dollar, you might as well pay me off"
(Bill is passed over) "And now we're all square."
Clown A to Clown C: "And you still owe me a dollar."
Clown B: "And I always pay my debts. Here you are."
Clowns walk off in single file.
Clown A, figuring aloud: "I found a dollar, paid a two-dollar debt, and still have a dollar.
Boy, That's high financing!"