Monday, January 13, 2014
It's another Monday morning and time for a joke to start the week. Once again we dip into the vast reservoir of jokes from the Old Jews Telling Jokes collection.
Today's joke teller is Sheldon Lustigman, a 72-year-old attorney with a joke that you've likely heard before, but the old jokes are often the funniest.
Here's the setup: A very wealthy man decides that he wants to take his money with him when he dies and he's in very poor health. So goes to a rabbi, a priest, and a minister and then...
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