Saudia Arabia's ambassador to the United Nations has just finished his speech to the General Assembly and has left for the lobby. There he meets George W. Bush. They shake hands and engage in the usual small talk. As Bush turns to go the Saudi Arabian ambassador he says to Bush: "Mr President, I've got a question that has got something to do with something I've seen on American TV, to be more exact with the series Star Trek, a series my son is a great fan of. And it's for my son that I want to ask you this question." "Well, what's the problem, your eminency?" Bush replies. "Well, Mr President, the ambassador answers, "in this series, there are Americans, even African Americans, Russians and Asians, but no Arabs and my son is really upset about this." George W. Bush then smiles knowingly and whispers into the ambassador's ear: "That's because the series is set in the future ..."
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