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Larry Donsky, "Hospital"

Since his retirement a few years ago, Larry Donsky has lived in an active-adult community in New Jersey where he sits as Chairman of the Entertainment Committee.

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I AM ANXIOUS TO HEAR THESE JOKES.COME ON ALREADY!

One minor criticism: The theme music got old pretty quick when I watched several jokes in a row. I think the music is much louder than the jokes themselves; maybe if you tuned the volume down a bit, the music wouldn't be so arresting.

Great site! You made me smile; thank you.

i agree about the theme music. if it could be a bit quieter compared to the voices, it would be better. as it is, it startles me every time, even when i'm expecting it.

Remember your roots....Manhattan Beach,Lincoln,Irwin St.,me...how are you and how funny is this..my ma-cha-tenista e-mailed this to me and I thought this name is familiar...you have not changed except the salt and pepper. Larry this was fun...and I hope you DO remember...best rgards..Ronnie

Sam....KUDOS!!!! Your father's gang of cronies are exactly what I want to have when I grow up! This project has got to be the most fun to produce! Myself and my lawyer friend call each other every Tuesday..."didya see the newest one?"

As far as the intro music and the comments posted with regards to it...it's like hearing the ice cream truck rounding the corner...you know what's coming and you know it is going to be good! To the posters who said it was too loud...if you can't handle the klezmer...stay out of the kitsch. For Crimeny's Sake, people and their criticisms!!!

I wish you the best of luck with this fantastic project and should you need more fodder, I'd be happy to round up my Hebes and start filming here in San Francisco.

I haven't had this many laughs in a long time. A very long time! Way before the Drobkin Fart Incident!

Mazel,

RJ

Wonderful site, brilliant idea.
Thanks so much for the laughs.

How do you pick the joke tellers? I have a very funny 93 year old father-in-law who's tells great jokes, and I was wondering if he might qualify. Thanks.

This story was also told to me by Larry D.

An elderly man walks into a confessional. The

following conversation ensues: Man: 'I am 92 years old, have a wonderful wife of 70 years, many children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Yesterday , I picked up two college girls, hitchhiking. We went to a motel, where I had sex with each of them three times.'

Priest: 'Are you sorry for your sins?'

Man: 'What sins? '

Priest: 'What kind of a Catholic are you?'

Man: 'I'm Jewish.'

Priest: 'Why are you telling me all this?'

Man: 'I'm 92 years old ... I'm telling everybody.'

Oldie, but very funny.

An Oldie, But very funnie.

This site is terrific. In these difficult times it makes me laugh and try to think of which joke I would tell.

I love this one joke, told by a man that reminds me of my brother Rick. Rick and I were born and raised in Brooklyn, and lived in the neighborhoods populated by Jewish people. Therefore were learned to appreciate Jewish humor. Though we are Italian-American, we also learned how to phrase a good Jewish joke with emphasis by using the Yiddish vocabulary. Jewish humor is outstanding! Thank you for the postings!

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This site is sort of like pizza and sex. . .even when it's bad - it's still OK!

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