Monday, November 11, 2013
It's Monday morning. Time to share another old joke from the archives of Old Jews Telling Jokes. Today's jokester is Fred Rubin, a 64-year-old television writer, producer, and visiting professor.
Here's the setup: Around the 1920's three Jewish brothers, Norman, Hyman, and Max Schwartzman, invent this miraculous machine that can instantly cool the air in a room.
They decide to take it to Henry Ford, the great industrialist. And then...
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