My Yiddish ‘Nonna’ With Knockers!

Definitely outdated humor…well past it’s time! And it may be oh so politically incorrect! As am I?

Did you know that on the 1930s/1940s Borscht Belt Comedy Circuit that Jewish women comedians were often referred to as Menstruating Minstrels?

Wait a minute!

Were there really Jewish women comedians during that ‘period!’

Wrong again Schmuck!

There was Milton Berle!


If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door! … Milton Berle

To which I add…

Or add knockers…

The Texaco Star Theater (1948-1956):

I do often remember that a house in my neighborhood had the first local TV, circa 1948. I would go there to watch ‘The Milton Berle Show.’

Yes! He was the highest paid celebrity on TV at the time. Mr. Berle’s salary was $1,500 a week in 1949. But by 1950-51, it had risen to $11,500, and on May 3, 1951, he signed an unusual “lifetime” contract ( actually 30 years) with NBC for $200,000 a year.

Milton Berle, TV’s first famous star, died March 27, 2002. He was 93 and had enjoyed a career spanning over 80 years on stage, film, radio and television.

It must have been the pretty dresses!

By Halbarbera

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      1. But evolution is now being replaced by Devolution. We have easy access to all kinds of information and answers at the tip of our fingers.

        But we do not necessary know or retain more of this so-called knowledge.

        As Albert Einstein said in various ways, ‘information is not knowledge, experience is knowledge!’

        “Why and why not?” are the questions that we need to seek, research and answer!

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    1. Rusty Warren just wanted to:

      Make Someone Happy

      Say Thank You

      Bouncing Her Boobies

      No … Big Knockers Up

      or Little Knockers

      knowing that

      When a Woman Wants It


      It In Car Doesn’t Count!

      Yes! Some say

      Rusty’s Back in Town


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    1. An early TV star … in the late 40s and 50 s … Berle, Sid Caesar, and Ernie Kovacs … Kovacs’s visually experimental and often spontaneous comedic style influenced numerous television comedy programs for years after his death.

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    1. He was known to millions of viewers as “Uncle Miltie” and “Mr. Television” during the first Golden Age of Television. He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in both radio and TV.

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