Monday, September 23, 2013
A month of holidays is rapidly coming to an end with Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah on Thursday and Friday. OK, in Israel they're one day -- Thursday. After that, we're holiday-free until Chanukah and Thanksgiving collide on November 28.
But with all the holiday traditions, we haven't forgotten another weekly tradition -- Monday, the day that we start the week with a joke.
So it's back to the Catskills and Kutsher's for another episode of Jews at Kutsher's Telling Jokes. Today we're bringing back Sheldon Horowitz, the 80-year-old retired attorney and adjunct professor who started the Kutsher's series with us back in July.
Here's the setup: This Jewish couple goes to Seville, Spain to tour, and they decide they're going to go to the bullfights. So they go to the arena, and then...
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