Monday, January 6, 2014
It's the first Monday of the new year and we're continuing our tradition of starting each week off with a joke.
We plan to record some of you telling your own jokes for our cameras when we lecture in Florida in February, in Israel in April, in Scranton in May, and in the Catskills this summer. But until then, we'll continue to thank Old Jews Telling Jokes for their repository of jokes on the Internet.
Tapping into this collection, today's joke teller is Roberta Platt, an entertainment and children's disability aide who doesn't remember when she was born.
Here's the setup: Murray's daughter Rachel is a senior in high school and she's getting ready to think about which college she wants to go to. So Murray says to her "So Rachel, sweetheart, you can go to Yeshiva." And then...
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