I'd Just Like To Know What In Hell Is Happening
New Yorker April 4th, 1988
What Burns Me Up Is That The Answer Is Right Here
Robert J Day
Can I Bring You Something Else To Complain About?
The Phrase You're Groping For Is 'thank You.'
A Man Lies In Bed
A Man With A Handgun Is Talking And Aiming
It's Got To Come
Thou hast eyes to see
Let All That Anger Out
I Believe I've Earned The Right To Your Respect
I've Got An Idea For A Story: Gus And Ethel Live
New Yorker May 16th, 1925
Two Men At A Bar With Glasses In Front Of Them
The Public Is Tiring Of Unfair Attacks
Are You Still Mad? I Thought I Felt An
I Think What It ?nally Comes Down To Is That
Damn It, Gwendolyn, You Knew When You Married
Damn It, I Am Looking Pleasant!
A Middle-aged Man In His Robe Gazes
All Right. Time To Grow Up
Bruce Eric Kaplan
It's A Damned Outrage
Must You People Always Call At Dinnertime?
New Yorker September 16, 1944
Helene E Hokinson
Cancel the Press Briefings
Damn It, Conway, When I Say Cheer Up, Don't Give
She Persisted But It Was a Weekend
It Isn't Often That George Comes Out Of His Shell
They Say That If She Starts Playing
New Yorker February 23rd, 1987
I've Never Seen Mom This Angry Before
New Yorker June 16th, 1997
We May As Well Go Home. It's Obvious That This
It's Not Nuts
Pia Guerra and Ian Boothby
Is That What They Teach You At Caddy School
I feel like I have all of this anger inside
Republican And Democrat Anger Management Therapy
Employees running in anger
David M Galletly
He Picked Up Some Kind Of Anger In England
Customs At The L.a. Airport
New Yorker September 24 1932
Doesn't Anyone Ever Say 'please' Anymore?
I Still Don't See What Harm Could Come
Gentlemen, Please! I'm Sure We Can All Agree That
Who Am I To Question Our Government's Policies?
New Yorker November 2 1929
New Yorker November 25th, 1944
For God's Sake! Pick Up Your Own Damn Money!
You Made That Diagnosis Just To Be Mean
Yes, You'll Do It? Or Yes, You Wish I Were Dead?
Bruce Eric Kaplan
Watching People Argue About The World Situation
How Come Jasper's Mutual Fund Is Up Twelve Per
Damn It, Ethel, All I'm Asking You For Is One
Whilst The Others Played
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Look, I Didn't Come Down Here To Work
Not Even Channel 13?
A Man Is Sitting At A Desk Looking At A Computer
It's A Poor Craftsman
No, It Won't Keep Until Spring. We Have To Talk
New Yorker November 20th, 1995
Books By Men Are In The Basement
Your Offer's A Crumpled Little Ball In The Middle
Often, It's Sullen And Withdrawn, And Then