Mercy Hospital in Chicago is run by a group of nuns who came from Australia. Through the years the years they have gone out of their way to maintain ties with their native land -- putting up a large map of the country in the recpetion area, and serving Australian tea from tins decorated with koala bears.
One night a patient calls a nun into his room and tells her how
much he likes the hospital and the care. But he has one small complaint:
he found some leaves in his tea.
"Oh," the nun says, "the koala tea of Mercy is not strained."