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Telling Jokes Isn't Always A Walk In Central Park

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Jason Schneider makes his living selling jokes for a $1 a pop in New York's Central Park, according to the New York Daily News. The 26 year old came to New York about four years ago, and couldn't find a permanent job. So earlier this year he started telling jokes in the park.
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