During Joshua's trial for stealing an antique violin, Max, his defense counsel, asks him, "I'm astonished, Joshua, to see you here in court today. You're Jewish, aren't you?"
"Yes I am," replies Joshua, "and proud of it."
"That's why I'm so surprised," says Max. "I thought Jews very rarely get involved in criminal theft."
"That’s true," says Joshua.
"OK," says Max. "So coming back to the matter at hand, can you even play a violin Joshua?"
"No," replies Joshua, "Not even one note."
"So why did you take the violin from your next door neighbor?"
"Because," replies Joshua, "my neighbor has been driving me crazy with that violin -- he can't play a single note either!"