Cleveland resident Sandy Rozelman, who recently released a political joke book
, will be signing books in Mayfield Heights this weekend. More details from a news release:
TIME: 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Half Price Books, 1607 Golden Gate Plaza, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
WHAT: Rozelman, a resident of Cleveland, OH, will be available to sign copies of her books, Politics Is a Joke, Who Said Jews Aren't Funny and, You're Gonna to Laugh.
Are you tired of the political mud-slinging, dinner-time phone calls, and never-ending ads on TV telling you why you should vote for candidate A and not for candidate B?
If you have the campaign-season blues, Sandy Rozelman has just the cure you’re looking for! Politics is a Joke is a compilation of political jokes sure to make you laugh away your blue (or red) state. Tackling hot-button issues of recent political campaigns, these jokes will have both sides of the aisle laughing all the way to the polling booth.
For more laughs, check out Sandy’s other joke books: You’re Gonna Laugh and Who Said Jews Aren’t Funny.
OY VEY!!!, My children think I'm Meshugana so before I leave this world I need to prove them wrong. For over 20 years I have collected humorous stories and jokes. My kids would probably just throw them all away after I'm gone.
But . . . if I put them in a book, they wouldn't think I was so Meshugana after all. Right?, So, here's my second book, Who Said Jews Aren't Funny?, a compilation of the best of the best of the best Jewish humor I have amassed. This book makes a great gift and belongs in every Jewish home.
A judge asks the prisoner, 'What are you charged with?'
'Doing my Christmas shopping early,' he replied.
'That‛s no offense. How early were you doing this shopping?'
'Before the store opened.'
People are more violently opposed to fur than they are to leather because it‛s safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.
The mother of three unruly young boys was asked whether or not she‛d have children if she could do it all over again.
'Sure,' she replied, 'just not the same ones.'
Prosecutor: 'Did you kill the victim?
'Defendant: 'No, I did not.'
Prosecutor: 'Do you know what the penalties are for perjury?'
Defendant: 'Yes, I do. And they‛re a lot better than the penalty for murder.'
A Polish immigrant went to the DMV to apply for a driver‛s license. First, of course, he had
to take an eyesight test.
The optician showed him a card with the letters: C Z W I X N O S TA C Z 'Can you read this?' the optician asked. 'Read it?' the Polish guy replied, 'I know the guy.'
Birthdays are good for you:
The more you have, the longer you live.
The author, Sandy Rozelman, is happy to share her love of humor with you.
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