Attention people who, like my wife, tend to say that I’m not as funny as a I think I am: read this review in Jewish Journal. An example:
Ross is a writer comfortable with humor, much of it grounded in self-deprecation. Writing effective humor is a rare gift. Devout Jews might not appreciate the author’s light touch, as when he shares what he calls an “old joke, which goes “The history of Judaism can be summed up in nine words: They tried to kill us. We won. Let’s eat.”
Who’s funny now? Me!