The kid was incorrigible. He was so mischievious in school, that they finally had to kick him out.
So he went to private school for awhile, and that didn’t work so well, either, and soon he was out of there.
Then he went to a military academy, and didn’t last very long there either.
Finally, the parents enrolled him in Catholic school, and he became a model student, did his homework and didn’t get into any more mischief.
One day, hesitantly, his parents asked him how he liked the new school, pointing out that he seemed to take things seriously there.
“Well,” he said, “When I saw that one kid hanging from a cross, I knew they meant business.”