Three Jews were going to be executed. They were lined up in front of a firing squad and the sergeant in charge asked each Jew whether he wanted a blindfold or not.
“Do you want a blindfold?” he asked the first Jew.
“Yes,” said the Jew in a resigned tone.
“Do you want a blindfold?” he asked the second Jew.
“OK,” replied the second Jew.
“Do you want a blindfold?” he asked the third Jew.
“No,” the third Jew said emphatically.
At this point, the second Jew leaned over to the third one and said, “Take a blindfold. Don’t make trouble.”