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Only in America…

Only in America… can a pizza get to your house faster

than an ambulance…

Only in America… are there handicap parking places

in front of a skating rink…

Only in America… do people order double cheese burgers,

large fries, and a diet coke…

Only in America… do banks leave both doors open and then

chain the pens to the counters…

Only in America… do we leave cars worth thousands of dollars

in the driveway and leave useless things and junk

in boxes in the garage…

Only in America… do we use answering machines to screen calls

and then have call waiting so we won’t miss a call from

someone we didn’t want to talkto in the first place…

Only in America… do we buy hot dogs in packages

of ten and buns in packages of eight…

Only in America… do we use the word “politics”

to describe the process so well:

“Poli” in latin meaning “many” and “tics”meaning “

blood-sucking creatures”…

Only in America..People park on Driveway and drive on Parkway!!!


Jewish Light Bulb Jokes.

In the light of the darkness in Gaza,

here is a collection of Jewish Light Bulb Jokes

Q: How many Orthodox Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: What is a light bulb?


Q: How many secular assimilated Jews does it take

to change a light bulb?
A: My grandmother, who lived in a Shtetl changed lightbulbs.

Today, we get a Goy to do it.

Q: How many Israelis does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: 26: 18 to surround the building,  6 to storm the room and

kill the terrorists,one to forcibly expel the old bulb, and

another one to screw the new one in and forever.

Q: How many progressive Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Vhy, we don’t need any! we’ll form Jewish Voices for Light Bulbs

(JVLB) and use it to keep the rest of humanity forever in the dark.

Q: How many Reform Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Change it? Who wants to change it? We just want to improve it!

Q: How many Lubabavitchers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, it never died.

Q: How many Marxist Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, after the revolution the proletariat will do it for us.

Q: What does it take for a Jewish mother to change a light bulb?
A: Never mind, I’ll sit in the dark.

 Q: What does it take for a Talmudic Jew to change a light bulb

A: First you’ll have to tell me why changing a light bulb is good for the Jews.

Q How many solidarity Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, they will plea  George Soros’ Open Society Institute  to pay

an Electronic Palestinian to denounce and boycott the old one and endorse the new one.

Q: How many Hasbara Jews does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Wrong question, the real question is why the Arabs want to throw us into the sea?

Q: How many Gazans does it take to change a light bulb?

A: Who needs a light bulb?

 Q: How many self hating Jews does it take to change a light bulb?

A: Forget about the light bulb, Every Self Hater, is himself/herself a light bulb




A magazine recently ran a “Dilbert quotes” contest.

They were looking forpeople to submit quotes from

their real life Dilbert-type managers.

Here are some of the submissions:

1. As of tomorrow, employees will only be able to access the building using individual security cards.

Pictures will be taken next Wednesday and employees will receive their cards in two weeks.

(This was the winning quote from Fred Dales at Microsoft Corp in Redmond, WA.)

2. What I need is a list of specific unknown problems we will encounter. (Lykes Lines Shipping)
3. E-mail is not to be used to pass on information or data. It should be used only for company business. (

Accounting manager, Electric Boat Company)

4. This project is so important, we can’t let things that are more important interfere with it.

(Advertising/Marketing manager, United Parcel Service)

5. Doing it right is no excuse for not meeting the schedule. No one will believe you

solved this problem in one day! We’ve been working on it for months.

Now, go act busy for a few weeks and I’ll let you know when it’s time to tell them.

(R&D supervisor, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing/3M Corp.)

6. My Boss spent the entire weekend retyping a 25-page proposal that only needed corrections.

She claims the disk I gave her was damaged and she couldn’t edit it.

The disk I gave her was write-protected. (CIO of Dell Computers)

7. Quote from the Boss: “Teamwork is a lot of people doing what I say.”

(Marketing executive, Citrix Corporation)

8. “How About Friday?” My sister passed away and her funeral was scheduled for Monday.

When I told my Boss, he said she died so that I would have to miss work on the busiest day of the year.

He then asked if we could change her burial to Friday. He said, “That would be better for me.”

(Shipping executive, FTD Florists)

9. “We know that communication is a problem, but the company is not going to discuss it

with the employees.” (Switching supervisor, AT&T Long Lines Division)

10. We recently received a memo from senior management saying:

“This is to inform you that a memo will be issued today regarding the subject mentioned above.”

(Microsoft, Legal Affairs Division)

11. One day my Boss asked me to submit a status report to him concerning a project I was working on.

I asked him if tomorrow would be soon enough. He said, “If I wanted it tomorrow,

I would have waited until tomorrow to ask for it!” (New business manager, Hallmark Greeting Cards.)

12. Speaking the Same Language: As director of communications, I was asked to prepare a memo

reviewing our company’s training programs and materials.

In the body of the memo one of the sentences mentioned the “pedagogical approach”

used by one of the training manuals. The day after I routed the memo to the executive committee,

I was called into the HR director’s office, and told that the executive vice president

wanted me out of the building by lunch. When I asked why, I was told that she wouldn’t stand for “perverts”

(pedophilia?) working in her company. Finally he showed me her copy of the memo,

with her demand that I be fired – and the word “pedagogical” circled in red.

The HR manager was fairly reasonable, and once he looked the word up in his dictionary,

and made a copy of the definition to send back to her, he told me not to worry.

He would take care of it. Two days later a memo to the entire staff came out directing us

that no words which could not be found in the local Sunday newspaper could be used in company memos.

A month later, I resigned. In accordance with company policy, I created my resignation memo

by pasting words together from the Sunday paper. (Taco Bell Corporation)

13. This gem is the closing paragraph of a nationally-circulated memo from a large communications company:

“(Company name) is endeavorily determined to promote constant attention on current procedures

of transacting business focusing emphasis on innovative ways to better, if not supersede,

the expectations of quality!” (Lucent Technologies)

From my nephew in Israel:

I pass along to you the following as received from my pal, which purport to be…


Worried about in-law meddling? I’m an orphan! Write. POB74.

Yeshiva bochur, Torah scholar, long beard, payos. Seeks same in woman. POB 71.

Desperately seeking shmoozing! Retired senior citizen desires female companion 70+

for kvetching, kvelling, and krechtzing. Under 30 is also OK. POB 64

Attractive Jewish woman, 35, college graduate, seeks successful Jewish Prince Charming

to get me out of my parents’ house. POB 46

Divorced Jewish man, seeks partner to attend shule with, light Shabbos candles,

celebrate holidays, build Sukkah together, attend brisses, bar mitzvahs.

Religion not important. PB 658

Nice Jewish guy, 38. No skeletons. No baggage. No personality. POB 78

Female graduate student, studying kaballah, Zohar, exorcism of dybbuks, seeks mensch.

No weirdos, please. POB 56

Staunch Jewish feminist, wears tzitzis, seeking male who will accept my independence,

although you probably will not. Oh, just forget it. POB 435

Jewish businessman, 49, manufactures Sabbath candles, Chanukah candles, havdalah candles,

Yahrzeit candles. Seeks non-smoker.POB 787

Israeli professor, 41, with 18 years of teaching in my behind. Looking for American-born woman

who speaks English very good. POB 555

80-year-old bubby, no assets, seeks handsome, virile Jewish male, under 35.

Object matrimony. I can dream, can’t I? POB 545

I am a sensitive Jewish prince whom you can open your heart to.

Share your innermost thoughts and deepest secrets. Confide in me.

I’ll understand your insecurities. No fatties, please. POB 86.

Jewish male, 34, very successful, smart, independent, self-made.

Looking for girl whose father will hire me. POB 53

Single Jewish woman, 29, into disco, mountain climbing,

skiing, track and field. Has slight limp. POB 76

Jewish Princess, 28, seeks successful businessman of any major Jewish denomination:

hundreds, fifties, twenties. POB 27

I was reform as an embryo, conservative as a fetus, orthodox from birth.

Seeking same. POB 46


From Cousin Berl

A man is walking along a street in New York and sees a little tailor’s shop named COHEN and O’REILLY.

He goes in and talks to the typical little Jewish tailor behind the counter, telling him how impressed he is

that for once the Irish and the Jews, often at one another’s throats, have come together like this…

The little Jewish man seems unmoved…

‘You sopprized by dis!?’ he asks….

‘Well, yes’ the man replies, still oozing enthusiasm…’I mean…COHEN and O’REILLY

working together in the same shop. I mean…It’s different! It’s heartwarming!’

‘Vell’, says the little Jewish tailor…’Here’s annuder soprize for you…I’m O’Reilly!’

(This next one is a little bad. Sorry.)

Two men were down on their luck and decided to paint houses to earn some extra money.

To start their business they asked the rabbi of a local synagogue if he would be interested in their service.

He agreed and the men went out to buy the paint. As they drove to the paint store they decided that they

would mix half paint and half water to try to increase their profits.

When they finished the job they called the rabbi outside to look at their work.

“It looks wonderful,” the rabbi said and as he started to hand them the check a small raincloud appeared.

All at once there was lightning and thunder and the temple area was drenched with rain.

As the rain hit the synagogue the paint started running. Suddenly, as the three of them stood there in disbelief,

a voice from heaven said … “Repaint and thin no more.”

The following material was stolen from Aish Hatorah‘s Purim Humor page.

Eternal Jewish Truths from “Bubbie’s Talmud”

The optimist sees the bagel, the pessimist sees the hole.

If you can’t say something nice, say it in Yiddish.

If it tastes good, it’s probably not kosher.

Never pay retail.

Always leave a little room for the Viennese table.

Always whisper the names of diseases.

One mitzvah can change the world; two will just make you tired.

If you don’t eat, it will kill me.

Where there’s smoke, there may be smoked salmon.

Never take a front-row seat at a Bris.

Next year in Jerusalem. This year, how about a nice cruise?

Spring ahead, fall back, winter in Miami Beach.

A bad matzoh ball makes a good paperweight.

No meal is complete without leftovers.

“Where did I go wrong?”

A man is having a problem with his son and goes to see his rabbi.

“I sent him to Hebrew School and gave him a very expensive Bar Mitzvah,” says the man,

“and now he tells me he’s decided to be a Christian! Rabbi, where did I go wrong?”

“Funny you should come to me,” said the Rabbi.

“I also brought my boy up in the faith and gave him a fancy Bar Mitzvah.

Then one day he, too, tells me he’s decided to become a Christian.”

“So what did you do?” asked the man.

“I turned to G-d for the answer” replied the Rabbi.

“And what did he say?” pressed the man. “

G-d said, ‘Funny you should come to me…’ “

“Oy Vey!”

Four Jewish ladies are playing a game of cards in Miami Beach.

The first lady sighs and says, “Oy…”

The second lady nods, sighs, and says, “Oy vey!”

The third lady says, “Oy veys meer!”

The fourth lady chimes in: “Enough talk about the children already.

Let’s get back to the game.”

G-d and the Golfer

The rabbi was an avid golfer and played at every opportunity.

He was so addicted to the game that if he didn’t play he would get withdrawal symptoms.

One Yom Kippur, the rabbi thought to himself, “What’s it going to hurt

if I go out during the recess and play a few rounds.

Nobody will be the wiser and I’ll be back in time for services.”

Sure enough, at the conclusion of the morning service,

the rabbi snuck out of the synagogue and headed straight for the golf course.

Looking down upon the scene were Moses and G-d.

Moses said, “Look how terrible – a Jew on Yom Kippur.And a rabbi besides!” G-d replied,

“Watch, I’m going toteach him a lesson.”

Out on the course, the rabbi stepped up to the first tee. When he hit the ball,

it careened of a tree, struck a rock, skipped across a pond and landed in the hole for a HOLE IN ONE!

Seeing all this, Moses protested: “G-d, this is how you’re going to teach him a lesson? He got a hole in one!”

“Sure”, said G-d, “but who’s he going to tell?”

“Rabbi! What a Surprise!”

A rabbi who’s been leading a congregation for many years is upset by the fact that

he’s never been able to eat pork. So he devises a plan whereby he flies to a remote tropical island

and checks into a hotel. He immediately gets himself a table at the finest restaurant and orders

the most expensive pork dish on the menu.

As he’s eagerly waiting for it to be served, he hears his name called from across the restaurant.

He looks up to see 10 of his loyal congregants approaching.

His luck, they’d chosen the same time to visit the same remote location!

Just at that moment, the waiter comes out with a huge silver tray carrying a whole roasted pig

with an apple in its mouth. The rabbi looks up sheepishly at his congregants and says,

“Wow – you order an apple in this place and look how it’s served!”

Jewish Personal Ads… we’d like to see.

Your place or mine? Divorced man with fleishig dishes only.

Seeking woman with nice milchig set. Object macaroni. POB 515.

Divorced Jewish woman with get, seeks man who’s got a get,

or can get a get. Get it? POB 88.

Desperately seeking shmoozing! Retired senior citizen desires female companion

70+ for kvetching, kvelling, krechtzing. Under 30 is also OK. POB 93.

Agnostic dyslexic insomniac, seeks similar to stay up all night

to contemplate the existence of DOG. POB 707.

Are you the girl I spoke with at the kiddush after shul last week?

You excused yourself to get more horseradish for your gefilte fish,

but you never returned. How can I contact you again?

(I was the one with the cholent stain on my tie). POB 766.

All my friends are doing it, and quite frankly, I feel left out.

Jewish woman, 37, never married. Seeks divorce. POB 655.


More from Cousin Berl


The Jewish Bear

A man is out in the woods when he comes across a bear.

Frightened for his life, he runs as fast as he can to escape the bear and hides in a cave.

He is horrified to find that the bear has run after him into the cave, and now the man is trapped.

He closes his eyes and begins to recite “Sh’ma Yisrael” in anticipation of his final moments.

When he is finished, he opens his eyes and is surprised to see the bear in front of him with his eyes closed

– also praying. The man thinks to himself

“how lucky am I to be cornered by what must be the only Jewish bear! We’re mishpocheh – I’m saved!”

He then listens more carefully to the bear’s prayer:

“…hamotzi lechem min haaretz.”

From Irv (Corney but clean)

Passover in Spain

The Jewish community in Spain goes into a panic before Passover.

Due to a beet crop failure there wont be any beets for chrain for the seders this year.

Upon learning of the plight of the Spanish Jews, the Israeli rabbinate arranges

for an emergency shipment of beets to be flown into Spain in time for the holiday.

All goes well and the plane lands in Madrid without incident.

However, a labor strike in Spain prevents the cargo handlers from unloading the cargo.

Passover finds the beets rotting on the runway in the cargo hold.

What do we learn from this?

Answer: The chrain in Spain stays mainly on the plane.

Again, from Irv

Bernie, a young Jewish boy, decided he wanted to be an aeronautical engineer and build airplanes.

Over the years he studied hard, went to the best schools, and finally got his degree.

It didn’t take long before he gained a reputation as the finest aeronautical engineer in all the land,

so he decided to start his own company to build jets.

His company was such a hit that the President of the United States called Bernie into his office.

“Bernie,” the president said, “the President of Israel wants to commission your company to build

an advanced jet fighter for his country. You have our approval–

go out and design him the best jet fighter ever made.”

Needless to say, Bernie was tremendously excited at this prospect.

The entire resources of his company went into building the most advanced jet fighter in history.

Everything looked terrific on paper, but when they held the first test flight of the new jet, disaster struck.

The wings couldn’t take the strain–they broke clean off of the fuselage!

(The test pilot parachuted to safety, thank G-d.) Bernie was devastated;

his company redesigned the jet fighter, but the same thing happened at the next test flight

–the wings broke off again.

Beside himself with worry, Bernie went to his Schul to pray…to ask G-d where he had gone wrong.

The rabbi saw Bernie’s sadness, and naturally asked him what the matter was.

Bernie decided to pour his heart out to the rabbi.

After hearing the problem with the jet fighter, the rabbi put his arm on Bernie’s shoulder and told him,

“Listen, I know how to solve your problem. All you have to do is drill a row of holes directly above

and below where the wing meets the fuselage. If you do this, I absolutely guarantee the wings won’t fall off.”

Bernie just smiled and thanked the rabbi for his advice…but the more he thought about it,

the more he realized he had nothing to lose. Maybe the rabbi had some holy insight.

So Bernie did exactly what the rabbi told him to do. On the next design of the jet fighter,

they drilled a row of holes directly above and below where the wings met the fuselage.

And…it worked!! The next test flight went perfectly!

Brimming with joy, Bernie went to the Schul to tell the rabbi that his advice had worked.

“Naturally,” said the rabbi, “I never doubted it would.”

“But Rabbi, how did you know that drilling the holes would prevent the wings from falling off?”

“Bernie,” the rabbi intoned, “I’m an old man. I’ve lived for many, many years and

I’ve celebrated Passover many, many times. And in all those years, not once

–NOT ONCE–has the matzoh broken on the perforation.

Again from Irv. This one is pretty bad.

Sid and Al were sitting in a Chinese restaurant. “Sid,” asked Al,

“Are there any Jews in China?” “I don’t know,” Sid replied. “Why don’t we ask the waiter?”

When the waiter came by, Al asked him, “Are there any Chinese Jews?” “I don’t know sir, let me ask,

” the waiter replied, and he went into the kitchen. He returned in a few minutes and said,

“No, sir. No Chinese Jews.”

“Are you sure?” Al asked.

“I will check again, sir.” the waiter replied and went back to the kitchen.

While he was still gone, Sid said, “I cannot believe there are no Jews in China.

Our people are scattered everywhere.” When the waiter returned he said, “Sir, no Chinese Jews.”

“Are you really sure?” Al asked again. “I cannot believe there are no Chinese Jews.”

“Sir, I ask everyone,” the waiter replied exasperated. “We have orange jews, prune jews,

tomato jews and grape jews, but no one ever hear of Chinese jews!”

Uh Oh. – I got this one from some place on the Internet where

I shouldn’t have been looking.

So here’s the difference:

At an Orthodox wedding, the mother of the bride may be pregnant.

At a Conservative wedding, the bride may be pregnant.

At a Reform wedding, the Rabbi may be pregnant.

At a Reconstructionist wedding, the groom may be pregnant.

There’s an old Yiddish expression: “Ah mentch tracht und G-t lacht” which translates to:

“A person thinks and G-d laughs.”

With our 20-20 hindsight we can now appreciate the following Wisdom Goofs

“Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.”

  • Popular Mechanics, forecasting the relentless march of science, 1949

“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.”

  • Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943

“I have traveled the length and breadth of this country and talked with the best people,

and I can assure you that data processing is a fad that won’t last out the year.”

  • The editor in charge of business books for Prentice Hall, 1957

“But what … is it good for?”

  • Engineer at the Advanced Computing Systems Division of IBM, 1968,

  • commenting on the microchip.

“There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.”

  • Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp.,1977

“This ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication.

The device is inherently of no value to us.”

  • Western Union internal memo, 1876.

“The wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value.

Who would pay for a message sent to nobody in particular?”

  • David Sarnoff’s associates in response to his urgings for investment in the radio in the 1920s.

“The concept is interesting and well-formed, but in order to earn better than a ‘C,’ the idea must be feasible.”

  • A Yale University management professor in response to Fred Smith’s paper

  • proposing reliable overnight delivery service. (Smith went on to found Federal Express Corp.)

“Who the _ell wants to hear actors talk?”

  • H.M. Warner, Warner Brothers, 1927.

“I’m just glad it’ll be Clark Gable who’s falling on his face and not Gary Cooper.”

  • Gary Cooper on his decision not to take the leading role in “Gone With The Wind.”

“A cookie store is a bad idea. Besides, the market research reports say America

likes crispy cookies, not soft and chewy cookies like you make.”

  • Response to Debbi Fields’ idea of starting Mrs. Fields’ Cookies.

“We don’t like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out.”

  • Decca Recording Co. rejecting the Beatles, 1962.

“Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible.”

  • Lord Kelvin, president, Royal Society, 1895.

“If I had thought about it, I wouldn’t have done the experiment.

The literature was full of examples that said you can’t do this.”

  • Spencer Silver on the work that led to the unique adhesives for 3-M “Post-It” Notepads.

“So we went to Atari and said, ‘Hey, we’ve got this amazing thing,

even built with some of your parts, and what do you think about funding us?

Or we’ll give it to you. We just want to do it. Pay our salary, we’ll come work for you.

‘ And they said, ‘No.’ So then we went to Hewlett-Packard, and they said, Hey,

we don’t need you. You haven’t got through college yet.'”

  • Apple Computer Inc. founder Steve Jobs on attempts to get Atari and HPinterested in his and Steve Wozniak’s personal computer.

  • “Professor Goddard does not know the relation between action and reaction

and the need to have something better than a vacuum against which to react.

He seems to lack the basic knowledge ladled out daily in high schools.”

  • 1921 New York Times editorial about Robert Goddard’s revolutionary rocket work.

“You want to have consistent and uniform muscle development across all of your muscles?

It can’t be done. It’s just a fact of life. You just have to accept inconsistent muscle development

as an unalterable condition of weight training.”

  • Response to Arthur Jones, who solved the “unsolvable” problem by inventing Nautilus.

“Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground to try and find oil? You’re crazy.”

  • Drillers who Edwin L. Drake tried to enlist to his project to drill for oil in 1859.

“Stocks have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau.”

  • Irving Fisher, Professor of Economics, Yale University, 1929.

“Airplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.”

  • Marechal Ferdinand Foch, Professor of Strategy, Ecole Superieure de Guerre.

“Everything that can be invented has been invented.”

  • Charles H. Duell, Commissioner, U.S. Office of Patents, 1899.

“Louis Pasteur’s theory of germs is ridiculous fiction.”

  • Pierre Pachet, Professor of Physiology at Toulouse, 1872

“The abdomen, the chest, and the brain will forever be shut from the intrusion of the wise and humane surgeon”.

  • Sir John Eric Ericksen, British surgeon, appointed Surgeon- Extraordinary to Queen Victoria 1873.

“640K ought to be enough for anybody.”

  • Bill Gates, 1981

“Before G-d we are all equally wise – and equally foolish.”

  • Albert Einstein

More from Irv – Ouch!

Moishe walks into a post office to send a package to his wife.

The postmaster says,”This package is to heavy, you’ll need another stamp.”

Moishe replies,”And that should make it lighter?”

Q: If a doctor carries a black bag and a plumber carries a tool box, what does a mohel carry?

A: A bris-kit…

From my sister

Our Passover Things:

Cleaning and cooking and so many dishes
Out with the hametz, no pasta, no knishes
Fish that’s gefilted, horseradish that stings
These are a few of our Passover things

Matzah and karpas and chopped up haroset
Shankbones and kiddish and yiddish neuroses
Tante who kvetches and uncle who sings
These are a few of our Passover things.

Motzi and maror and trouble with Pharoahs
Famines and locusts and slaves with wheelbarrows
Matzoh balls floating and eggshell that clings
These are a few of our Passover things.

When the plagues strike
When the lice bite
when we’re feeling sad
We simply remember our Passover things
And then we don’t feel so bad.




The Conversion

A Jewish man moves into a Catholic neighborhood. Every Friday the Catholics go crazy because,

while they’re morosely eating fish, the Jew is outside barbecuing steaks.

So the Catholics work on the Jew to convert him. Finally, by threats and pleading, the Catholics succeed.

They take the Jew to a priest who sprinkles holy water on the Jew and intones:

“Born a Jew …….Raised a Jew …….Now a Catholic.”

The Catholics are ecstatic. No more delicious, but maddening smells every Friday evening.

But the next Friday evening, the scent of barbecue wafts through the neighborhood.

The Catholics all rush to the Jew’s house to remind him of his new diet.

They see him standing over the cooking steak.

He is sprinkling water on the meat and saying:

“Born a cow …….Raised a cow …….Now a fish.”

Last night I went to the supermarket to buy matzoh and saw something new.

It was Bran Matzah..

On the box was written, “Let My People Go.”


1. Police in Wichita, Kansas, arrested a 22-year-old man at an airport hotel

after he tried to pass two (counterfeit) $16 bills.

2. A man in Johannesburg, South Africa, shot his 49-year-old friend in the face,

seriously wounding him, while the two practiced shooting beer cans off each other’s head.


3. A company, trying to continue its five-year perfect safety record,

showed its workers a film aimed at encouraging the use of safety goggles on the job.

According to Industrial Machinery News, the film’s depiction of gory industrial accidents

was so graphic that twenty-five workers suffered minor injuries in their rush to leave the screening room.

Thirteen others fainted, and one manrequired seven stitches after he cut his head falling off a chair while watching the film.


4. The Chico, California, City Council enacted a ban on nuclear weapons, setting a $500 fine

for anyone detonating one within city limits. ONLY $500.00???


5. A bus carrying five passengers was hit by a car in St. Louis, but by the time police arrived on the scene,

fourteen pedestrians had boarded the bus and had begun to complain of whiplash injuries and back pain.


6. Swedish business consultant Ulf af Trolle labored 13 years on a book about Swedish economic solutions.

He took the 250-page manuscript to be copied, only to have it reduced to 50,000 strips of paper in seconds

when a worker confused the copier with the shredder.


7. A convict broke out of jail in Washington DC, then a few days later accompanied his girlfriend to her trial for robbery.

At lunch, he went out for a sandwich. She needed to see him, and thus had him paged.

Police officers recognized his name and arrested him as he returned to the courthouse in a car he had stolen over the lunch hour.


8. Police in Radnor, Pennsylvania, interrogated a suspect by placing a metal colander on his head

and connecting it with wires to a photocopy machine. The message “He’s lying” was placed in the copier,

and police pressed the copy button each time they thought the suspect wasn’t telling the truth.

Believing the “lie detector” was working, the suspect confessed.


9. When two service station attendants in Ionia, Michigan, refused to hand over the cash to an intoxicated robber,

the man threatened to call the police. They still refused, so the robber called the police and was arrested.


10. A Los Angeles man who later said he was “tired of walking,” stole a steamroller and led police

on a 5 mph chase until an officer stepped aboard and brought the vehicle to a stop.

Jewish Food


  • A pancake-like structure not to be confused with anything the House of Pancakes would put out.
  • In a latka, the oil is in the pancake. It is made with potatoes, onions, eggs and matzo meal.
  • Latkas can be eaten with apple sauce but NEVER with maple syrup.
  • There is a rumor that in the time of the Maccabees they lit a latka by mistake and it burned for eight days.
  • What is certain is you will have heartburn for the same amount of time.


  • The Egyptians’ revenge for leaving slavery. It consists of a simple mix of flour and water
  • – no eggs or flavor at all. When made well, it could actually taste like cardboard.
  • Its redeeming value is that it does fill you up and stays with you for a long time.
  • However, it is recommended that you eat a few prunes soon after.

Kasha Varnishkes:

  • One of the little-known delicacies which is even more difficult to pronounce than to cook.
  • It has nothing to do with Varnish, but is basically a mixture of buckwheat and bow-tie macaroni (noodles).
  • Why a bow-tie? Many sages discussed this and agreed that some Jewish mother decided that
  • “You can’t come to the table without a tie” or, G-d forbid “An elbow on my table?”


  • Not to be confused with the German war machine. Can you imagine the N.J. Post 1939 headlines:
  • “Germans drop tons of cheese and blueberry blintzes over Poland – shortage of sour cream expected.”
  • Basically this is the Jewish answer to crepe suzette


  • You know from Haggis? Well, this ain’t it . In the old days they would take an intestine and stuff it .
  • Today we use parchment paper or plastic. And what do you stuff it with? Carrots, celery, onions, flour, and spices.
  • But the trick is not to cook it alone but to add it to the cholent (see below)
  • and let it cook for 24 hours until there is no chance whatsoever that there is any nutritional value left.


  • It sounds worse than it tastes. There is a Rabbinical debate on its origins:
  • One Rabbi claims it began when a fortune cookie fell into his chicken soup.
  • The other claims it started in an Italian restaurant.
  • Either way it can be soft, hard, or soggy and the amount of meat inside depends
  • on whether it is your mother or your mother-in-law who cooked it.


  • This combination of noxious gases had been the secret weapon of Jews for centuries.
  • The unique combination of beans, barley, potatoes, and bones or meat
  • is meant to stick to your ribs and anything else it comes into contact with.
  • At a fancy Mexican restaurant (kosher of course).
  • I once heard this comment from a youngster who had just had his first taste of Mexican fried beans:
  • “What! Do they serve leftover cholent here too?!” My wife once tried something unusual for guests:
  • She made cholent burgers for Sunday night supper. The guests never came back

Gefilte Fish:

  • A few years ago, I had problems with my filter in my fish pond and a few of them got rather stuck and mangled.
  • My son (5 years old) looked at them and commented “Is that why we call it ‘GeFiltered Fish’?”
  • Originally, it was a carp stuffed with a minced fish and vegetable mixture.
  • Today it usually comprises of small fish balls eaten with horse radish (“chrain”)
  • which is judged on its relative strength in bringing tears to your eyes at 100 paces.


  • How can we finish without the quintessential Jewish Food, the bagel?
  • Like most foods, there are legends surrounding the bagel although I don’t know any.
  • There have been persistent rumors that the inventors of the bagel were the
  • Norwegians who couldn’t get anyone to buy smoked lox. Think about it:
  • Can you picture yourself eating lox on white bread? Rye? A cracker?? Naaa.
  • They looked for something hard and almost indigestible which could take the spread of
  • cream cheese and which doesn’t take up too much room on the plate.
  • And why the hole? The truth is that many philosophers believe
  • the hole is the essence and the dough is only there for emphasis.

The Laws of Work

  • If you can’t get your work done in the first 24 hours, work nights.
  • A pat on the back is only a few centimeters from a kick in the butt.
  • Don’t be irreplaceable, if you can’t be replaced, you can’t be promoted.
  • It doesn’t matter what you do, it only matters what you say you’ve done and what you’re going to do.
  • After any salary raise, you will have less money at the end of the month than you did before.
  • The more garbage you put up with, the more garbage you are going to get.
  • You can go anywhere you want if you look serious and carry a clipboard.
  • Eat one live toad the first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.
  • When the bosses talk about improving productivity, they are never talking about themselves.
  • If at first you don’t succeed, try again. Then quit. No use being a  fool about it.
  • There will always be beer cans rolling on the floor of your car when the boss asks for a ride home from the office.
  • Keep your boss’s boss off your boss’s back.
  • Everything can be filed under “miscellaneous.”
  • Never delay the ending of a meeting or the beginning of a cocktail hour.
  • To err is human, to forgive is not our policy.
  • Anyone can do any amount of work provided it isn’t the work he/she is supposed to be doing.
  • Important letters that contain no errors will develop errors in the mail.
  • If you are good, you will be assigned all the work. If you are really good,  you will get out of it.
  • You are always doing something marginal when the boss drops by your desk.
  • People who go to conferences are the ones who shouldn’t.
  • If it wasn’t for the last minute, nothing would get done.
  • At work, the authority of a person is inversely proportional to the number of pens that person is carrying.
  • When you don’t know what to do, walk fast and look worried.
  • Following the rules will not get the job done.
  • Getting the job done is no excuse for not following the rules.
  • When confronted by a difficult problem you can solve it more easily by  reducing it to the question,
  • “How would the Lone Ranger handle this?”
  • No matter how much you do, you never do enough.
  • The last person that quit or was fired will be held responsible for everything that goes wrong.

Irv’s on the Passover warpath.

Morris calls his son in NY and says, “Benny, I have something to tell you. However,

I don’t want to discuss it. I’m merely telling you because you’re my oldest child,

and I thought you ought to know. I’ve made up my mind, I’m divorcing Mama.”

The son is shocked, and asks his father to tell him what happened.

“I don’t want to get into it. My mind is made up.”

“But Dad, you just can’t decide to divorce Mama just like that after 54 years together.

What happened?” “It’s too painful to talk about it. I only called because you’re my son,

and I thought you should know. I really don’t want to get into it anymore than this.

You can call your sister and tell her. It will spare me the pain.”

“But where’s Mama? Can I talk to her?”

“No, I don’t want you to say anything to her about it. I haven’t told her yet.

Believe me it hasn’t been easy. I’ve agonized over it for several days,and I’ve finally come to a decision.

I have an appointment with the lawyer the day after tomorrow.”

“Dad, don’t do anything rash. I’m going to take the first flight down.

Promise me that you won’t do anything until I get there.”

“Well, all right, I promise. Next week is Passover. I’ll hold off seeing the lawyer until after the Seder.

Call your sister in NJ and break the news toher. I just can’t bear to talk about it anymore.”

A half hour later, Morris receives a call from his daughter who tells him that she and her brother

were able to get tickets and that they and the children will be arriving in Florida the day after tomorrow.

“Benny told me that you don’t want to talk about it on the telephone,

but promise me that you won’t do anything until we both get there.”

Morris promises. After hanging up from his daughter, Morris turns to his wife and says,

“Well, it worked this time, but what are we going to do, to get them to come down next year?”

A blind man is sitting on a park bench. A rabbi sits down next to him.

The rabbi is chomping on a piece of matzoh. Taking pity on the blind man,

he breaks off a piece and gives it to the blind man. Several minutes later,

the blind man turns, taps the rabbi on the shoulder and asks, “Who wrote this?!!”

A Jewish doctor makes a great medical discovery for which the Queen has decided to grant him knighthood.

At the ceremony, as she touches his shoulders with the sword, he is supposed to recite an ancient Celtic blessing.

However, for all his medical genius, the doctor cannot seem to memorize the required Celtic words.

On the day of his investiture, the nervous doctor waits his turn as several others are being knighted before him.

As he listens to one after another correctly recite the Celtic blessing, he grows more and more nervous.

Finally, when he kneels before the Queen of England and she taps his shoulders with the sword,

the good doctor completely forgets the Celtic words, and substitutes the first foreign words that popinto his head:

“Ma Nishtahnah Ha Lailah Ha Zeh.”

The Queen, clearly confused, looked to the gathered crowd, and says,

“Why is this Knight different from all the other Knights?”


Ben and Jerry’s new Israeli ice cream flavors :

  • Wailing Walnut

  • Moishmallow

  • Mazel Toffee

  • Lehitra Oats

  • Rashi Road

  • Chazalnut

  • Olive Hashalom

  • Oy Ge-malt

  • Cherry Bim

  • Cherry Bum

  • Bubble G’mora

  • Mi Ka-mocha

  • Lemontashens

  • Soda & Gomorra

  • Manishta Nut

  • Balak Berry

  • Lubavicher Resberry

  • Abba Ebanana

  • Bernard Malamint

  • Cashew Le’Pesach

  • Chuppapaya

  • Butter Shkotz

  • O-lime Habah

  • Berry Pr’i Hagafen

  • Choc-Eilat Chip

All flavors come in a Cohen………


Incontinence Hotline…Can you hold, please?
Lysdexia: a peech inspediment we live to learn with…
Would the Standing Committee please sit down!
43.3% of statistics are meaningless!
Circular Definition: see Definition, Circular.
A.A.A.A.A. – an organization for drunks who drive.
For a REAL sponge cake, BORROW all the ingredients.
llllll//////__ __ __ __ = The domino effect at work.
Originality is the art of concealing your sources.
Paper clips are the larval stage of coat hangers.
Grow your own dope – Plant a Politician.
Contents may have settled out of court.
A day without sunshine is like night.


From Chaya:

Rosh Hashona was over and there was time until Yom Kippur, and Abie needed his tallis (prayer shawl) cleaned.

He called his friend Max to ask what dry cleaner to take it to.

Max said, “I always take my tallis to Moishe the dry cleaner on W 4th.

He only charges $4.00″

So Abie goes over to Moishe’s and finds that the ownership has changed.

He asks the new owner, Mr O’Brien, if he meets the old prices. Mr. O’Brien assures him that he does.

Three days later, Abie goes to get his tallis and is given a bill for $24.00.

He storms at Mr O’Brien. “I thought you met Moishe’s prices?”

“I did, ” said Mr O’Brien, “$4.00 for the prayer shawl
….and $20.00 to get all the knots out of the fringes!”


Three rabbis were talking over regular Sunday morning breakfast get-together.

Rabbi Ginsberg says, “Oy! We have such a problem with mice at our schul.

The shammos set out all kinds of baited traps but them keep coming back.

Do either of you learned men know how I can get rid of these vermin?”.

The second rabbi, Rabbi Cohen replied, “We have the same problem at our synagogue,

we’ve spent all kinds of gelt on exterminators but the problem still persists. Any suggestions?”.

The third rabbi, Rabbi Slosberg looked at Rabbi Ginsberg and Rabbi Cohen and told the following story.

“Rabbis’, we had the same problem with mice at our synagogue, we tried traps, exterminators, even prayers;

nothing worked.”

“Then one Shabbos after services were over a brilliant idea came into my mind.

The next shabbos I went to the synagogue about and hour before services started.

I brought big wheel of yellow cheese and placed in in the center of the bima.

Well, soon tens of mice appeared on the bima and headed for the cheese.

While they were feasting on the cheese I Bar-mitzvahed all of them.

I never saw them in Schul again!

A Jewish couple won twenty-million dollars in the lottery. They immediately went out to begin a life of luxury.

They bought a magnificent mansion estate in Southampton and surrounded themselves

with all the material wealth imaginable. They then decided to have a butler and, wanting the best,

they traveled to London to hire one.

They found the perfect butler through an agency and brought him back to the United States to their home.

The day after his arrival, they instructed him to set up the dining room table for four,

that they were inviting the Cohens to brunch. The couple then left the house to do some shopping.

When they returned, they found the table set for eight. They asked the butler why eight,

when they specifically instructed him to set the table for four. The butler replied,

“The Cohens telephoned and said they were bringing the Bagels and the Bialys.”

(Caution: This next joke is worse.)

A baal tshuvah (newly observant) house painter was meeting with his Rebbe during the Days of Awe,

and wondering how he could correct his previous misdeeds.

“Rebbe, I’ve done awful things as a painter. I’ve done sloppy jobs, used inferior quality paints and lied about it,

I cut my paints with turpentine, and cut corners. How can I make up for these evil deeds that

I’ve committed in a previous life?”

The Rebbe thought for a while, looked at the painter and then pronounced: “Repaint, Repaint, and thin no more.”

KarmelKorn – (Now he’s into shvigger (Mother-In-Law) jokes.)

A man is walking down the street, when he hears cries for help coming from inside a house.

He dashes inside, and finds a frantic man yelling.

“What’s the matter?”, he asked.

“Help! Help! My shvigger said she’s going to jump out of the window!”

“Nu, so what’s the problem?”

“Help me! It’s stuck!”

From Irv, again. Some are not bad. Some are very bad.

My mother once gave me two sweaters for Chanukkah. The next time we visited, I made sure to wear one.

As we entered her home, instead of the expected smile, she said, “What’s the matter?

You didn’t like the other one?”


A Jewish young man was seeing a psychiatrist for an eating and sleeping disorder.

“I am so obsessed with my mother… As soon as I go to sleep,

I start dreaming, and everyone in my dream turns into my mother.

I wake up in such a state, all I can do is go downstairs and eat a piece of toast.”

The psychiatrist replies: “What, just one piece of toast, for a big boy like you?”


Q. Why aren’t there any Jewish mothers on parole boards?

A. They’d never let anyone finish a sentence!


Q: What’s Jewish Alzheimer’s Disease?

A: It’s when you forget everything but the guilt.


Q: What do you call steaks ordered by 10 Jews?

A: Fillet minyan.


Q: What is the proper blessing to recite before logging on to the internet?

A: “Modem anachnu lach…”

Once, on a very windy day, a rabbi was on his way to the synagogue.

Suddenly a strong gust of wind blew away his fur hat off his head.

The rabbi ran after his hat but the wind was so strong it kept blowing his hat farther

and farther away to the point where he could not catch up with it.

A young man who was not Jewish, witnessing this event and being more fit than the rabbi,

ran after the hat, caught it and handed it over to the rabbi.

The rabbi was so happy and extremely grateful he gave the man five dollars

and put his hand on the man’s head and blessed him. The young man was very excited from the tip

and from the blessing and decided to go to the racetrack and spend his 5 unexpected dollars.

After the races the young man returns home and recounted his very exciting day at the races to his father.

“I arrived at the fifth race,” said the young man, “looked at the racing program and saw a horse by the name of

“Top Hat” running. The odds on the horse were 100 to 1 — the longest shot in the field.

Having received the rabbi’s blessing and the 5 dollars and thinking of the rabbi’s hat

and the horse’s name being Top Hat I thought this was a message from God,

so I bet the entire 5 dollars on this horse.

An amazing thing happened, the horse that was the longest shot in the field

and who did not have the slightest chance to even show came in 1st by 25 lengths.

“You must have made a fortune,” said the father. “I sure did, but wait, it gets better replied the son.

On the following race, I looked at the program. A horse by the name of Stetson was running.

The odds on the horse were 30 to 1. Stetson being some kind of hat

and again thinking of the rabbi’s blessing and his hat, I decided to bet all my winnings on this horse.

“What happened?” asked the excited father. “The horse Stetson won and I collected big money.”

“You mean you brought home all this money?” asked the excited father.

“No said the son, I lost it all on the following race. There was a horse in this race named ” Chateau”

so I bet all the money on it because the horse was the heavy favorite and the name also means hat in French

and it all started with the rabbi’s hat. The horse broke down and came in last.

“You are really stupid and ignorant said the father. Hat in French is “Chapeau” not “Chateau”.

You lost all this money because of your ignorance. Tell me who won the race any way?”

“A long shot Japanese horse named ‘Yamaka’.”



From Chaya:

Here is a list of more arcane Hekhsher abbreviations: (for those of you who don’t remember):

Hekhsher=Rabbinic seal of approval on foods;
Hashgachah=Rabbinic supervision of food)

  • Danny K: Supervision of the Va’ad HaComedians

  • K sera sera: Hashgachah given by the more liberal branches of Judaism

  • I’m OK, you’re OK: Under the supervision of the Orthodox Psychiatric Association

  • KKK: Atlanta, GA-based. Hooded milk and ice cream under this supervision

  • Yud K Vav K: Under Divine supervision. Manna and Levyatan have been given this      supervision .

  • KO: Hashgachah of the World Boxing Federation

  • KB: Hashgachah for certain toys

  • Mary K: Under strict supervision of Cosmetics Association

  • K Mart: Under dubious hashgachah — in order to create more business, these rabbis have discounted their normal fees.

  • KGB: Russian hashgachah — no longer reliable



The story is told of a rabbi, priest and minister who were discussing their problems.

The priest laments that he is unable to rid the belfry of its pigeons;

the minister expresses his distress at not being able to remove the mice from the pantry.

The rabbi confides that he had both problems, but found the solution.

They beg him to share it with them, so he says, “I don’t think it will help you,

but one Saturday I got together all of the pigeons and the mice and Bar Mitzvahed them

… and they never came back.”


There are many forms of Judaism: Cardiac Judaism — in my heart I am a Jew. Gastronomic Judaism

— we eat Jewish foods. Pocketbook Judaism — I give to Jewish causes. Drop-off Judaism

— drop the kids off at Sunday school and go out to breakfast. Two-Times a Year Judaism

— attend service Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.


RABBI Kalman Packouz, Aish Hatorah



And From Peter Singer


  1. Only in America can you buy (a) certified kosher ‘bacon bits’

  2. (actually processed soybean infused with the same hickory-smoke falvor…used on salads)

  3. and (b) kosher ‘crab’ (processed fin fish).

  4. A rule of business” ‘DBTY’ (Dress British, Think Yddish).

  5. A waiter goes to the table of several young and apprantly spoiled and wealthy young Jewish women

  6. from Long Island (for whom there’s a perforative term in NY) and says to them,

  7. ‘Excuse me ladies, but is anything OK?’


Live to 80


Hyman recently had a full medical check up. When he returned 3 weeks later after the exhaustive lab tests were complete, his doctor said he was doing “fairly well” for his age.
Hyman was obviously a little concerned about that comment and so asked his doctor “Do you think I’ll live to be 80, doctor?”
He replied, “Well, do you smoke or drink beer?”
“Oh no”, Hyman replied, “I’ve never done either.”
Then the doctor asked, “Do you eat grilled steaks or barbequed ribs?”
Hyman replied, “No, I’ve heard that red meat is very unhealthy.”
“Do you spend a lot of time in the sun, like playing golf?” asked the doctor.
“No I don’t,” Hyman replied.
Then the doctor asked, “Do you gamble, drive fast cars, or mess with women?”
“No,” said Hyman, “I’ve done none of those things.”
The doctor looked at Hyman and said, “Then why do you want to live to be 80?”



The Mezuzah



“You want a mezuzah for what?” the Rabbi asks.

“It’s a Lamborghini,”

“What’s a Lamborghini?” asks the Rabbi.

“A sports car.”

“What? That’s blasphemy!” the Rabbi shouts. “You want a mezuzah for a sports car? Go to the Conservatives!”

Well, the man is disappointed, but goes to the Conservative Rabbi and asks for a mezuzah.

“You want a mezuzah for what?” the Rabbi asks.

“For my Lamborghini”, the man replies.

“What’s a Lamborghini?” asks the Rabbi.

“A car, a sports car.”

“What kind of sports car?” asks the Rabbi.


“What? That is blasphemy!” the Rabbi shouts. “You want a mezuzah for a Goyishe car? Go to the Reform!”

Again, the man feels guilty and disappointed, but goes to the Reform Rabbi.

“Rabbi,” he asks, “I’d like a mezuzah for my Lamborghini.”

“You have a Lamborghini?” asks the Rabbi.

“You know what it is?” says the man.

“Of course! It’s a fantastic Italian sports car. What’s a mezuzah?”



Jewish stereotypes collection


Q: Have you seen the newest Jewish-American Princess horror movie ?
A: It’s called “Debbie Does Dishes”.

Q: Why do Jewish Mothers make great parole officers?
A: They never let anyone finish a sentence.

Q: What’s a Jewish American Princess’ favorite position?
A: Facing Bloomingdale’s

When the doctor called Mrs. Liebenbaum to tell her that her check came back, she replied, “So did my arthritis.”

A man calls his mother in Florida. “Mom, how are you?”
“Not too good,”says the mother. “I’ve been very weak.”
The son says, “Why are you so weak?”
She says, “Because I haven’t eaten in 38 days.”
The son says, “That’s terrible. Why haven’t you eaten in 38 days?
The mother answers, “Because I didn’t want my mouth filled with food in case you called.”

A Jewish boy comes home from school and tells his mother he’s been given a part in the school play.
“Wonderful. What part is it?”
The boy says,”I play the part of the Jewish husband.”
The mother scowls and says, “Go back and tell the teacher you want a speaking part.”

Q. Where does a Jewish husband hide money from his wife?
A. Under the vacuum cleaner.

Q. How many Jewish mothers does it take to change a light bulb?
A. (Sigh) Don’t bother, I’ll sit in the dark, I don’t want to be a nuisance to anybody.




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