A baker suspected that the farmer who was supplying his butter was having him short weight. He carefully checked the weight and his suspicions were confirmed. Highly indignant, he had the farmer arrested. At the trail, the judge was satisfied and the baker chagrined at the farmer’s explanation. He (the farmer) had no scales, so he used balances and for a weight he used a one-pound loaf of bread bought daily from the baker.

*From See you at the top by Zig Ziglar, pg. 129