Freemasonry: not what it used to be

Now I don't know about you, but I always thought of the Freemasons as a super-secret club of oil barons and U.S. Presidents.

Driving down La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles today, I passed a Masonic lodge. On the sign: "Want to become a Mason? Ask one." And below that, "Hall for rent."

Man, that is sad. I bet these days they'd let in a Las Vegas real estate speculator.

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