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More Old Jews Telling More Jokes

It’s back, with a snazzy new logo and an even snazzier sweater

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Old Jews Telling Jokes, your favorite repository of old Jews telling jokes, is back with a new season, filmed in Boca (seriously). The Internet video series, which in its younger and more vulnerable years was syndicated on this very blog and which has inspired a stage show, even has a new logo, which I’m told is designed by none other than Milton Glaser, the genius behind the “I ♥ New York” logo. (Glaser is also an old Jew who tells jokes, like here.)

Here’s the first gag of the new season. Mr. Seibel, we’d love to know where you buy your sweaters.

Old Jews Telling Jokes

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