Day: April 19, 2011

This Passover, Jerry Seinfeld thanks his Jewish roots for being a comedian

"Well, there's no question that a lot of the, whatever gifts that I have, came through this strain of DNA. It can't just be a coincidence that I know how to do this; I didn't learn all this, you know what I mean? How to be a comedian, and how to think funny, or talk funny. Some of that was put in me from other Jews. So, you know, I'm grateful for that." — Jerry Seinfeld, interviewed for CBS Sunday Morning after hosting the opening of the National Museum of American Jewish History Related: The full CBS Sunday Morning...

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First joke previewing Gilbert Gottfried’s book, “Rubber Balls and Liquor,” is appropriately dirty and offensive

Gilbert Gottfried's career has not stalled in the wake of his AFLAC/Japan kerfuffle. In fact, Gottfried has a new book coming out later this month, "Rubber Balls and Liquor," which is part memoir, part excuse to publish more dirty and offensive jokes. Like this one. This one is titled "Joke 1." And yes, it's Not Safe For Work. Or the ears of the easily offended. Roll it!   Here is Gottfried explaining why he wrote the book. Sort of....

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