Worker's Compensation guy came to my house to audit my family's trucking business. Went through and gave him copies of the tax forms, etc, it all went smoothly. He's walking out, and notices my acoustic bass. "Oh, a bass guitar, acoustic too!" Turns out he plays bass for his church. On the way out, I told him, "Wait, I have something you might want to see." I bring out the case and he says, "Don't tell me it's a 1966 Fender Precision electric bass, with chrome guards and orange starburst finish." I asked him, "Why would you guess that?" "Oh, that's what I used to have. It was my first bass, by dad bought me new when I was 16. Sold it several years ago." I had to tell him, when I opened the case, that he was wrong. It was the 1967 Fender Precision electric bass, with chrome guards and orange starburst finish that my dad's dad bought new for him when he was young, and recently handed off to me. He sure did enjoy checking it out. What are the chances??