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The world-renowned composer, Rudolph Friml, once
turned on the radio and was outraged to hear one of
his great compositions being used as background
music for a beer commercial. Immediately, he called
his manager and expressed his indignation over his
song being "vulgarized" in such a manner. "I demand
that you do something about this outrage at once,
" he bellowed. "But, maestro," the manager replied,
"I've been saving this as a surprise. I made a deal
with the beer company and you'll get at least fifty
thousand dollars for the rights." After a moment's
silence, the maestro offered, "Well, it does have a
nice ring to it!"


(The Staff and editors of Sunday Sermons Online)

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