Adam Sandler’s source?


“Plotz” is pretty funny–at least it is if you’re Jewish. Barbara Kligman Rushkoff’s semi-annual zine, which ran from 1995 to 2002, has a sweet and funny mix of corny Yiddish expressions and early rap and punk slang peppering its wry and often informative tidbits on life as Jew. The images, lifted straight from old magazines and text books photoshopped to include Stars of David and other Jewish symbols, reflect the tone of the whole enterprise. Issues are available for $1 or $2, and the poster’s only $15. Such a deal, you won’t believe.


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