Making the Best of Death
Harvey Smith was, by far, the meanest, most petty supervisor the workers had ever dealt with.  There was little mourning when he died—but it was hard to forget him, because calls kept coming for him.  Each time, the answer was, “I’m sorry, he’s dead.”  But the calls kept coming, and the receptionist finally realized they were always from the same person.  He asked who she was and why she kept at it.  “I used to work for him, and I just love hearing you say it.”

—From Workplace Jokes: Only SOME of Them Will Get You Fired!