Minister, a Priest, and a Rabbi

Minister, a Priest, and a Rabbi : A Joe King Book

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This clever joke book is uniquely shaped to represent the subject matter, and it contains the best of the best jokes on the classic topic: religion. Time-tested and often repeated, this category never goes out of date and is added to frequently. It's no wonder religion is the enduring centerpiece of so many movies, TV shows, and stand-up comedy skits. With universal appeal, these jokes are always great ice-breakers and sure to bring on fits of laughter. Filled with some old ones, some new ones, and even some blue ones, "A Minister, a Priest, and a Rabbi" . . . will have you laughing till you cry and flipping the pages for more.show more

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 154.94 x 246.38 x 22.86mm | 272.15g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • English
  • Original ed.
  • 0740705032
  • 9780740705038
  • 2,164,289

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Among other things, Peter Press has been a film publicist, a film studio manager, an art restorer, a record producer, an advertising account executive, a graphic designer and an actor-all of which provide fodder for this series of joke books. Both authors live in New York. Among other things, Peter Press has been a film publicist, a film studio manager, an art restorer, a record producer, an advertising account executive, a graphic designer and an actor-all of which provide fodder for this series of joke books. Both authors live in New York.show more

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